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Housing New York - A Five-Borough, Ten-Year Plan
Mayor de Blasio's Housing plan for New York City.
Bronx Community Board 8 Announces Opening of Kingsbridge Heights Community Center Play Street & Teen Green Market and Marble Hill Youthmarket!
BXCB8 announces the openings of a Play Street & Youthmarkets in the board area.
Bronx Community Board 8 Office is Volunteers of America-Greater New York Operation Backpack 2014 Drop Site!
Join Bronx Community Board No. 8 and Volunteers of America-Greater New York in launching OPERATION BACKPACK 2014, to support homeless children. Bronx Community Board 8 Office is backpack drop site from July 14th to July 31st.
Broadway Bridge Over the Harlem River One Lane Closure During Week of July 21st
NBC Highlights Marble Hill
Watch NBC interview Nicole Stent, District Manager about Marble Hill. Is it in the Bronx or Manhattan?
Adopted 197-a Plan by Bronx Community Board 8 in 2003 called:
CD 8 2000: A River to Reservoir Preservation Strategy
In 2003 City Planning Commission and the City Council approved the comprehensive plan submitted by Bronx Community Board 8 pursuant to Section 197a of the City Charter. The plan covers the entire community district, including the neighborhoods of Fieldston, Kingsbridge, Kingsbridge Heights, Marble Hill, Riverdale, Spuyten Duyvil and Van Cortlandt Village. It also includes one of the city's four Special Natural Area Districts, designated in the Zoning Resolution to guide development in areas of outstanding natural beauty.
See the plan (in PDF)
Review the City Planning site (in PDF)
See City Council Resolution (in PDF)