The Center for Community Health (CCH) at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital has opened its doors! At CCH, the Cancer Center provides the community with the convenience of a full range of screening, diagnostic, and ambulatory treatment services in one location. Additional services will come online later this winter, including ambulatory surgery, cardiology, gastroenterology and endoscopy, […]read more >>
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Candidate Forum Success!
Glorious weather and a tremendous crowd of nearly 400 people turned out on Sunday, May 23, 2021 at 5pm for a Park Slope Civic Council Forum for candidates running to succeed Brad Lander as the City Council Member for the 39th District.read more >>
Civic Pride Blooms!
Members of the Park Slope Civic Council recently planted annuals around the tree bed in front of the Community BookStore. Earlier this year, thanks to an anonymous donor, the Civic Council had tree guards installed on both sides of the street on Seventh Avenue between Union and Fifth Streets. The Civic Council is grateful to […]read more >>
City Council District 39 Primary Candidate Forum
Join the Park Slope Civic Council and community co-sponsors for a Candidates’ Forum for the 39th District primary on the New York City Council on Sunday, May 23, 2021 at 5:00 PM. RSVP here. The 39th Council District covers all of what is thought of as Park Slope, as well as adjacent neighborhoods to the […]read more >>
Civic Council Awards 2021 Community Grants
Each year the Civic Council award community service grants to local organizations. Grants award the work of local community groups and on profits for their work and commitment to improve the health, vitality and diversity of our community. Awards are given for projects in the arts, education, youth programs and civic improvement.read more >>
A Message from The Park Slope Civic Council
PSCC is excited and optimistic about the prospect of new beginnings in 2021. The Spring season offers hope that the progress we have made in confronting the challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic will continue in the months ahead. Concomitantly, we are keen to recognize that racial and social inequities have been exposed during this pandemic and must be confronted with truth, charity and love of our neighbors.read more >>