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 Upper West 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.
Mark Diller, ChairPenny 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.
Budget Priorities Agency responses to CB7’s capital and expense budget priorities for FY2014. Learn more95th Street Shelters Commissioner Seth Diamond, Dept. of Homeless Services, letter to the Mayor on the 95th Street shelters. Read
CB7 and Elected Officials Letter to Seth Diamond, Commissioner, Department of Homeless Services requesting that he schedule another public hearing and re-open the public comment period on the West 95th Street shelters. ReadColumbia Grammar School
Proposed Addition: Part 1Part 2 Environmental Assessment Statement
Columbia Grammar shadow study: Click through the pages in each file below to see the gradual changing of the shadows throughout the day. The dark red shadows show the impact of the new addition, the brown shadows exist today. June 21 Shadows & December 21 Shadows
Changes for Pedestrians & Cyclists on the Central Park Drives. Learn more.
Riverside Park South Phase 5 From 62nd Street to 70th Street
Thomas Balsley Associates
Parks Capital Design Learn more (in PDF)
Recycle Your Clothes and Other Textiles in Your Own Building UWS Recycling will organize your textile drive. Portable clothing bin is provided in your building if there are over 100 apartments and racks for smaller buildings. Learn more
How much affordable housing is in our district? CB7 with the assistance of Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer's office made a comprehensive study of existing affordable housing in our area. Read the Summary