Civic News

WELCOME Joanna Tallantire! Leading Post-Covid Recovery on 5th  

WELCOME Joanna Tallantire! Leading Post-Covid Recovery on 5th   Joanna Tallantire, named executive director of the Park Slope Fifth Avenue Business Improvement District (BID) in February, says that she loves her job, just as she loved the eight years she spent as second-in-command to the BID’s founding director, Mark Caserta. “That’s not to say that it’s easy and that there aren’t constant challenges,” she […] read more >>
  • Oct 17, 2022 by Judy Antell

For a Cleaner, Greener Park Slope 

For a Cleaner, Greener Park Slope  Three active committees lead the Civic Council’s sustainability initiatives. The newly formed Trees Committee plans to work with the Parks Department and local organizations and officials to increase the number of neighborhood trees and maintain them in better health. The Livable Streets Committee focuses on street and sidewalk safety and on addressing excessive congestion. The […] read more >>
  • Oct 17, 2022 by Judy Antell

New Supermarket Developer Says Promises Will Be Kept

New Supermarket Developer Says Promises Will Be Kept The developers of the former Key Food site on 5th Avenue and Sterling Place (pictured here) announced a deal with Lidl, a German supermarket chain, to open an almost 25,000 square foot grocery to replace the Key Food that served the Park Slope, Gowanus and Boerum Hill neighborhoods for nearly 40 years. Lidl is a […] read more >>
  • Oct 13, 2022 by Judy Antell

Shahana Hanif Town Hall June 12

Shahana Hanif Town Hall June 12 Join us for a Town Hall with our new 39th District City Council Member Shahana Hanif If you would like to submit questions in advance, please fill out this form. RSVP here for the Town Hall. read more >>
  • May 25, 2022 by Judy Antell

A Message from The Park Slope Civic Council

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 >>
  • Mar 24, 2021 by Park Slope Civic Council