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Community Boards for Brooklyn
Get contact information for various neighborhood community boards and find links to their websites.
Community Data Portal
City Planning’s new user-friendly community data portal provides public access to useful data and resources on a community district level.
Community District Profiles
The Department of City Planning provides land use maps and population information in profiles of NYC's 59 community districts.
Community Facilities Zoning
The City Council has approved an application filed by the Dept. of City Planning and the City Council Land Use Committee to amend the Zoning Resolution with regard to community facilities. The amendments will affect zoning regulations on a Citywide basis, and will result in changes to the use, bulk, and parking regulations for community facilities.
Coney Island
Find out about the history of Coney Island, the Mermaid Parade, Sideshow School, the Coney Island Freak Show, and more.
Downtown Brooklyn Transportation Blueprint
The Downtown Brooklyn Transportation Blueprint is a new transportation planning effort that will reflect the broad multi-modal transportation needs for the downtown area during the next 20 years.
(E)designations Text Amendment
The City Council has approved a Citywide text amendment to Section 11-15 and related sections of the Zoning Resolution, proposed by the Department of City planning, to update the regulations governing Environmental “(E)” designations. This text amendment is being closely coordinated with the New York City Office of Environmental Remediation (OER) and will result in a more streamlined and transparent (E) Program – the City’s process for establishing environmental requirements related to hazardous materials, air quality, and noise on potential development sites identified during City Environmental Quality Review (CEQR) for proposed rezonings. (Adopted March 28, 2012)
FRESH Food Stores
The Food Retail Expansion to Support Health, or FRESH, program will provide zoning incentives for neighborhood grocery stores to locate in some of the most underserved neighborhoods in the City – Adopted December 9, 2009.
Green-Wood Cemetery
Some of New York's most famous former residents are among those buried at Green-Wood Cemetery. Get directions and find out about guided tours.
Health of Brooklyn
The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene provides a variety of health statistics for Brooklyn neighborhoods.
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