Implementation of the new protected bike lanes and other safety improvements along 38th Street and 39th Street will begin soon. Click here to view three different flyers below explaining the new street configurations, to help understand where to park once the new design is installed. Read More
Comptroller Scott Stringer's Office is launching a new fellowship program for recent CUNY graduates this fall. The fellowship is a six-month paid opportunity for recent grads to work on select projects throughout the office while also taking part in ongoing education/enrichment programming.
The application is open on the CUNY jobs portal until Aug 30, and we are targeting CUNY alumni who graduated between Dec. 2019 and Aug. 2020. Check out the flyer here! Read More
We are very excited to share that the Monumental Women statue commemorating Women’s Rights pioneers Sojourner Truth, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony is set to be unveiled next Wednesday, August 26th on the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment. Due to COVID, the event will take place virtually for the public, and will feature live speeches from guests such as Gale Brewer, pre-recorded interviews and a mini-documentary on the project.
Follow this link for more info! Read More
Which community board has the most charming outdoor dining? (CB5, of course!) Borough President Gale Brewer is launching a friendly competition looking for beautiful or innovative set-ups! Submit your top contender by 9/1! Read More
NYC's Test and Trace team is organizing a city-wide outreach day to Get Tested and #FIGHTCOVIDNYC. They're calling it "Get Tested Tuesday!"
On this day, New Yorkers are encouraged to get a test at nearby locations, where the Mayor's Office will explain the free resources provided by the city if they or their loved ones test positive and share best practices for how to Stop the Spread of COVID-19. Find more details at this link!