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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

We are hiring a Communications & Data Manager!

We are hiring a Communications & Data Manager! The Civic Council has plans to emerge from the COVID pandemic with renewed energy, visibility and positive impact on the Park Slope neighborhood.  In order to enable important new initiatives, we are creating a new position, the Communications and Data Manager, that will provide staff support in a wide variety of ways for members, trustees […] read more >>
  • Feb 26, 2021 by Park Slope Civic Council

See our new tree guards!

See our new tree guards! The PSCC, prompted by a generous donation from an anonymous donor, has over the last several months had tree guards installed along Seventh Avenue. read more >>
  • Jan 27, 2021 by Park Slope Civic Council

View the Replays of our Virtual House Tours!

View the Replays of our Virtual House Tours! For more than 60 years, the Park Slope Civic Council has sponsored an annual House Tour that showcases wonderful homes in the neighborhood. In 2020, our unbroken streak was interrupted by the pandemic, but we were able to create an online tour due to a marvelous award from the Historic Districts Council. read more >>
  • Jan 15, 2021 by Park Slope Civic Council

Tour Park Slope with Francis Morrone!

Tour Park Slope with Francis Morrone! Notable architectural historian – and Park Slope resident – Francis Morrone, will conduct three virtual tours of Park Slope on behalf of the Park Slope Civic Council this winter. read more >>
  • Nov 30, 2020 by Park Slope Civic Council

Ghosts of Halloween Past!

Ghosts of Halloween Past! The Park Slope Civic Council would like to provide you with a video/photographic retrospective of GHOSTS OF HALLOWEEN PAST! read more >>
  • Nov 12, 2020 by Park Slope Civic Council

2020 Yarn Bomb Installation

2020 Yarn Bomb Installation Did you take a stroll down 4th Ave to enjoy the annual Yarn Bomb installation? Created by local knitters and crocheters, the Yarn Bomb is a public art project that brings a burst of color to Park Slope. The collection was installed on the 4th Ave fence at The Old Stone House from Saturday, October 3, […] read more >>
  • Nov 9, 2020 by Park Slope Civic Council