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Reporting Storm Damage

Posted on: August 3, 2020

Please report flooding, downed branches and other storm-related concerns to 311 and to CB14 by calling or emailing your 311 service request number so that we can help track and follow up as needed. The clean-up from Tropical Storm Isaias will delay the collection of debris from previous storms but CB14 will do our best to work with the Parks Department to ensure that all reported locations are on their list. We have been very fortunate in CB14 that the Department of Sanitation-BK14 has pitched in with extra assistance to help collect storm debris throughout the district.  The City has assembled a Downed Tree Task Force with several agencies to assist in this effort.  Of course, should any emergency arise, call 911. Stay safe and well.

Topics: Latest News, Safety

CB14 Virtual Meeting: August 5th, 6 PM

Posted on: July 28, 2020

The community is invited to view Brooklyn Community Board 14’s meeting of the Committee of the Whole on Wednesday, August 5th at 6 PM via YouTube.  CB14 will be joined by Ryan Lynch, Chief of Staff, Office of Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams, to discuss questions submitted by the Board about the Borough President’s proposal to include input from Community Boards into the assignment of Commanding Officers of local police precincts. Read the rest of this entry »

Topics: Latest News, Meetings

NYC COVID-19 Information & Alerts

Posted on: July 16, 2020

New York City entered Phase Four of reopening on Monday, July 20th. CB14’s COVID-19 resource page is your source for news, alerts, resources and helpful information about New York City & State’s response to the novel coronavirus. New Yorkers are encouraged to stay home and to stay up to date with all latest announcements regarding COVID-19 by visiting www1.nyc.gov/site/coronavirus/index. New York City has also set up a text alert system.  Text COVID to 692-692 and notifications will be texted to you. Visit CB14’s Covid-19 resource page at https://cb14brooklyn.com/covid-19-resources/ for more information.

Topics: Health, Latest News

Affordable Housing Lottery: 1921 Cortelyou Road

Posted on: July 7, 2020

Courtelyou for Website-1.pngCommunity members are encouraged to apply for 29 affordable housing units available at the newly constructed building located at 1921 Cortelyou Road before the August 18th deadline. To apply or for more information about the available housing, visit www.mutualhousingny.org/courtelyou-lottery or continue reading below.

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Topics: Housing, Latest News

NYC Alternate Side Parking Rule Changes

Posted on: July 2, 2020

New citywide alternate side parking (street cleaning) regulations have been instituted. Residential streets will only be cleaned  once per week on each side. If an ASP sign lists multiple days, street cleaning regulations will be in effect only on the last day listed on the sign. There are no changes to streets that have just one day of ASP regulations on each side or commercial streets or metered areas. For more information on recent changes to ASP rules, go to http://on.nyc.gov/ASPReform.

Topics: Latest News, Transportation

Community Safety & Fireworks Complaints

Posted on: June 24, 2020

There have been an unprecedented number of reports of fireworks in our community over the past weeks.  Remember, fireworks are illegal and dangerous.  In addition, and in the words of one of our community residents, “They wake up babies, terrify dogs, trigger those with PTSD, and keep everyone in the neighborhood from being well-rested and healthy during this pandemic – including many essential workers who live here. They have also lit fires and put buildings and people in danger.” Please call 311, 911 or the FDNY Fireworks Enforcement Unit at 718-722-3600 to report fireworks in your neighborhood.

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Topics: Latest News, Safety

Census 2020 – Get Counted Brooklyn!

Posted on: April 18, 2020

Get counted today! In 2010, only 62% of New Yorkers filled out their Census forms. As a result, New York City has been losing out on funds for schools, roads, hospitals, and other essential services for the past decade. April 1st was Census Day, but as mid-July, only 50.2% of Brooklyn residents have responded to the 2020 Census! We need to get to 100%. Now, more than ever, it is so vital for every Brooklyn resident to be counted so that our Borough gets the federal support and resources we need to recover from Covid-19 and to thrive in the future! Visit my2020census.gov or call 844-330-2020 to get counted. Online responses can be submitted in English as well as 12 other languages. Let’s make sure everyone does their part to Make Brooklyn Count 100%!

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Topics: Community Events, Latest News

CB14 District Office Closed

Posted on: April 13, 2020

In compliance with the Governor’s order and New York City’s guidelines, the Community Board 14 office began providing services remotely beginning Wednesday, March 18th.  We have access to email and will periodically collect voicemail messages in order to continue to assist community members with issues related to city services. All board meetings will be held online until further notice. For service or to sign up for our monthly newsletter, please email info@cb14brooklyn.com or leave a voicemail at 718-859-6357. For additional information about how the City of New York is working to keep residents safe and healthy, please visit www1.nyc.gov/site/doh/health/health-topics/coronavirus

Topics: Latest News