NYC Parks Asks Brooklynites to help reimagine five parks in the Borough. Community members can register and participate virtually through registration starting today. Along the way, check out images of Parks improvements already completed.
Next up ~ Reimagine Playgrounds at Kinsborough Houses in Brooklyn on Thursday, October 22 at 3:00pm. This is a virtual meeting ~ NYC Parks, in conjunction with the NYC Housing Authority (NYCHA), join with community members to participate in a visioning and planning meeting to discuss the reconstruction of two playgrounds in the Kingsborough Houses complex. This is a virtual meeting. Register Here.
NYC Parks will join community members virtually to participate in visioning and planning meetings to discuss four reconstruction projects in the borough: Linden Park Multi-purpose Play Area and Linden Park Playground in Brownsville and John J. Carty Park, Vinland Playground, and Owl’s Head Park Playground in Bay Ridge. These projects represent a more than $20 million investment in Brooklyn parks.
By launching virtual community input meetings, NYC Parks is re-imagining community outreach in response to the need for social distancing during the current COVID-19 pandemic. These meetings are open to the public and will provide an opportunity for New Yorkers to voice their ideas on design enhancements in their neighborhoods.
Linden Park Playground and Asphalt Multi-Purpose Area – Virtual Meeting
Wednesday, October 7, 2020, 6 – 7:30 p.m.
- Linden Park Playground:
Total Funding: $4.1M, Funded by: City Council Member Barron
- Linden Park Multi-Purpose Play Area
Total Funding: $3.36M, Funded by: City Council Member Barron
Vinland Playground (Shore Road Park) – Virtual Meeting
Thursday, October 8, 2020, 5 – 6 p.m.
Total Funding: $3.4M, Funded by: Mayor Bill de Blasio
JJ Carty Park Playground – Virtual Meeting
Thursday, October 8, 2020, 6 – 7 p.m.
Total Funding: $5.4M, Funded by City Council Member Justin Brannan
Owl’s Head Park Playground – Virtual Meeting
Thursday, October 8, 2020, 7 – 8 p.m.
Total Funding: $4M, Funded by: City Council Member Justin Brannan
Take a look at the Capital Project Tracker to check the status and timeline of any of the NYC Parks capital projects.
In other projects and programs, take a look at CityParks free online STEM programs for this Fall, New Monuments, Movies, Sculpture on Literary Walk, and Hunters Point South Park, and finally, celebrate Fall with live streaming events and beautiful fall digital backgrounds #FallForNYC.