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Clinton and Chelsea

West Chelsea

Christine Berthet
Board Chair
Jesse Bodine
District Manager

Welcome to your Community Board! From more affordable housing to more schools, parks, hospitals, safe transportation, less noise, better business balance, and preserving the diversity of our neighborhood character, the 50 members of Community Board 4 volunteer to represent the district's residents, institutions, non profit and businesses' common interests to City agencies and bring solutions to our district. The City Charter ascribes to Community Boards an important advisory role in dealing with land use planning and zoning matters, the City budget and the delivery of City services in our district.

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When: Wednesday, September 2nd at 6:30pm
Where: Roosevelt Hospital, 1000 Tenth Avenue(58/59), 2nd Floor, Conference Room B.

The presentation will be done by the Mayor’s Office of Operations. The goal of OneNYC is to make New York a more equitable, sustainable, resilient city. The OneNYC plan was released in April and the city will begin the implementation phase shortly.

To read the OneNYC report CLICK HERE


Regarding CB4's Draft Statement of District Needs

When: Thursday, September 24th at 6:30pm.
Where: 353 W. 30th Street (8/9), Community Room

On Thursday September 24th at 6:30pm the CB4 Budget Task Force will hold a meeting to finalize the Statement of District Needs and Budget Priorities for Fiscal Year 2017. The Budget Task Force will be prioritizing the draft document that was approved at the July 22nd Full Board Meeting. Community participation is encouraged and welcomed.

To review the Draft document CLICK HERE



On June 3rd 2015 Manhattan Community Board 4 approved an affordable housing plan for Community District 4. The MCD4 Affordable Housing Plan proposes a system of strategies to increase the number of affordable apartments by proposing new sites, honoring prior commitments, monitoring pipeline developments, rezoning and revising the Inclusionary Housing and 421-a programs. Over 10,966 affordable apartments could be constructed or preserved if these strategies are implemented in our district.

To review the plan click here



Zoning for Quality and Affordability Proposal:

To view the Department of City Planning's presentation on the impact the City Wide text Amendment will have on Community District 4 CLICK HERE

To read CB4's response to the proposal's draft envirormental scoping hearing CLICK HERE   



To view the Department of Design and Construction's most recent presentation on the West 48 Street Trunk Water Main Project CLICK HERE





Clinton Housing Development Company - Rent Stabilized Shared Apartments Available. For more information click here

To view NYC DOT's new Vision Zero report for Manhattan click here

See the most recent Hudson Park & Boulevard
Block 4 Design!
To view, click here.



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