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Block Parties

Compost for Brooklyn Block Party

Sunday, June 3rd, 11 AM – 5 PM
East 8th Street between Webster and Newkirk Avenues

Activities will include e-waste recycling, composting, live music, raffle, workshops, baked treats, free trees, seeds and bicycle bells & more!

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Church Avenue Street Fair

The annual Church Avenue street fair is coming on Sunday, co-sponsored by the BID and the 70th Precinct Community Council.  We hope you will stop by the BID’s table between Stratford and E. 10th Street if you have questions or comments about how to improve Church Avenue.

Where:  Church Ave. from E. 10th St. to Argyle
When:  Sun. April 29 from 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
*Click below for more information including the schedule of events and more!*
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Street Activity Permit Process Update

Beginning in 2010, the Office of Citywide Event Coordination and Management System (CECM) has provided block party applicants another option for filing permit applications for street closures.

These new regulations will permit residents to file an application for a block party online.    However, CB14′s rules and regulations governing the procedure for applying for street activity permits will remain the same. CB14′s approval on all applications is still necessary, whether submitted on paper or online.  Therefore, residents should continue initiating the application process for a street closure with our office.  This will permit us to evaluate applications prior to fee payment and submission, and help sponsors avoid hassles and complications.

Additionally, a letter will be sent to those groups who applied for a permit last year informing them of this new option.

For further information, please feel free to call the CB14 District office.