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Battery Park City, Civic Center, Ellis Island, Governors Island, Liberty Island, South Street Seaport, Tribeca, Wall Street, World Trade Center

 

Catherine McVay Hughes
Chairperson

 

Noah Pfefferblit
District Manager


CB1 is one of New York City's 59 community boards, covering most of the southernmost part of Lower Manhattan below Canal Street (view a map of the Community Board).

Community Board members are volunteers appointed by the Borough President that make recommendations to government agencies about significant matters affecting the district.  CB1 is concerned with quality of life and the delivery of services to the district and advocate on behalf of those who live or work in the district.  Community boards have a role in many key New York City government processes as defined by Chapter 70 in the New York City Charter, including land use and zoning, the budget, service delivery, and many other areas.

Community Board staff are available to assist with local issues and provide information to the public.  Please feel free to contact the Community Board.

If you are experiencing adverse impacts to your quality of life or have any complaints please click here for helpful information.

49-51 Chambers Street, Suite 715
New York, NY 10007
Tel. (212) 442-5050
Fax. (212) 442-5055
man01@cb.nyc.gov

                                

Department of Health and Mental Hygine Regulations of Mobile Food Vendors
South Street Seaport - Presentation
South Street Seaport - Working Group Guidelines
State of NY Division of Housing and Community Renewal Rent Overcharge Application
Report an Issue
Apply for the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation Small Business Assistance Program

Upcoming Meetings & Events

  
Please notify CB1 two days in advance if wheelchair access is required.

 

 

Register to Vote! Government services are not conditioned on being registered to vote. Voter registration forms are available on NYC.gov or by calling 311 or (212) NEW–YORK if outside of NYC. 

 

Check Updates Regarding the Department of Transportation's Brooklyn Bridge Construction Project




Submit Pictures and Video to the City
The City of New York has launched a pilot program that allows the public to submit still images and/or audio/video files about select conditions that occur in the City, by calling 311 or by visiting NYC.gov.

Learn more and submit

Staff

Noah Pfefferblit, District Manager
Diana Switaj, Director of Planning and Land Use
Lucy Acevedo, Community Coordinator
Tamar Hovsepian, Community Liaison
Michael Levine, Planning Consultant


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