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Brooklynites It Time Again To Choose Which Community Projects To Fund In Your Neighborhood Thru The NYC Council Participatory Budgeting NYC Progam 2018
Voting Deadline April 7th – April 15th, 2018
Brooklynites – Have an idea of how to improve your neighborhood – Is the a park, vacant lot or street that need improvement, is there a public safety issue that needs addressing – Vote to fund an improvement project in your Brooklyn Neighborhood .
Brooklyn civic organizations, block associations, business owners, non-profits and participating council district residents. It time again to let your local city official know which community project you would like them to fund by casting your vote during the annual Participatory Budgeting Voting Week schedule for April 7th – April 15th, 2018. To vote, residents must be at least 11 years old and able to provide proof of residency in their City Council District. For those new to the neighborhood who would like to know more about this program visit NYC Council Participatory Budgeting Program . To see the proposed projects for your district visit Neighborhood Projects. For locations call your council member office.
To Learn More about the New York City Council and to locate your district visit :
What is my New York City Council District number and who represents me.
What Type Of Brooklyn Neighborhood Projects Are Proposed
Park & Recreation
Cultural and Community Facilities
Street and Sidewalks
School and Education
Voting is open to residents of participating NYC Council Districts aged 11 years and older who live or conduct business in the district.
Learn More at NYC Participatory Budgeting Program