Welcome to CB7 Manhattan

    Covering the Upper West Side 

The purpose of Manhattan Community Board 7 is to ensure that city services are accessible and responsive to residents, organizations, businesses, and institutions of Manhattan's UpperWest Side.  By hosting regular meetings open to the public, CB7 acts as a conduit for communicating events, addressing local concerns, and processing municipal applications of various sorts.  CB7 also plays an important advisory role in planning, land use, zoning, and the City budget.

Roberta Semer, Chair           Penny Ryan, District Manager



Call Our Office With Your Complaints & Requests for Municipal Services, 212-362-4008 . 
We can also follow up on your 311 complaints if you call or email us with your tracking number.

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NEW >> American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) Expansion 

The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation (NYC Parks), as lead agency, has issued a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation project proposed by the American Museum of Natural History.  A public hearing on the DEIS will be held on June 15, 2017 at 6:00 PM, at the American Museum of Natural History, LeFrak Theater, enter at Weston Pavilion entrance, Columbus Avenue and West 79th Street, New York, New York 10024.

Electronic copies of the Combined Notice of Completion and Notice of Public Hearing, the DEIS, and other CEQR documents for this project can be obtained on-line at http://nyc.gov/parks/amnh-gilder and hard copies are available for public inspection at St. Agnes Library, 444 Amsterdam Avenue, or at the MCB7 office, 250 West 87th Street.

Oral and written comments on the DEIS can be submitted at the public hearing. Written comments will also be accepted by Owen Wells, NYC Parks, until 5:00 PM on June 26, 2017.

AMNH Expansion documents HERE


NEW >> West 108th Street WSFSSH Development Project

A public scoping meeting has been scheduled for Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 4:00 PM at the Edward A. Reynolds West Side High School, 140 W. 102nd Street, New York, NY. Written comments on the Draft Scope of Work will be accepted by HPD until the close of business on July 3, 2017.

Full electronic copies of the Positive Declaration, Environmental Assessment Statement (EAS), Notice of Public Scoping, Draft Scope of Work, and Scoping Meeting Protocol are available for download under the “Environmental Impact Statements” section of HPD’s environmental review website: http://www1.nyc.gov/site/hpd/developers/environmental-review.page.


Request a Bike Rack from DOT
  • Download DOT bike rack applications Here.
CitiBike Share 
  • View the map of DOT’s final bike station locations on the UWS Here.

  
Riverside Park Master Plans
  • This plan will guide the next phase of the long-term effort to restore and maintain Riverside Park’s scenic landmark landscapes, and to adapt the park to meet the needs of every neighborhood and age group. Read the full Master Plan Here.
  • Construction of the final two phases of Riverside Park South, the inland portions known as Phase 5 and Phase 6
  • Overall Circulation Plan 






Look at how community design helps create safer streets for pedestrian egress and traffic flow. You can read some of the studies and recommendations.

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Street Smarts NYC

Free Meals in Manhattan.

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Organics Collection
The Sanitation Department is implementing an organics collection program. Find out how the program works and how your building can enroll in the FAQs fliers below, after the jump.
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