Photo by Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation via Flickr
Many New Yorkers complain about issues within their neighborhoods, like trash, new development projects, bike lanes, transportation, and the list goes on.
This is your chance to participate in local democracy and decision making by becoming a Community Board Member in your neighborhood. Community Boards impact every aspect of life in New York City, from parks, sanitation, education, land use, health, housing, and a lot more.
Community Board members must live, work, or have an otherwise significant interest in the neighborhoods served by the community district, and be a New York City resident.
If you are looking to become involved in your community in a way that can be impactful then you are encouraged to join your local Community Board. Below are links that will take you to the page where you can apply. We will post the links to Community Boards in the Bronx, Queens and Staten Island when those applications becomes available.
- Brooklyn Community Board Application (DEADLINE FEB .14, 2023)
- Manhattan Community Board Application (DEADLINE MARCH 17, 2023)
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