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City Planning/Zoning

CB14 Special Meeting

Brooklyn Community Board 14 will hold a special joint meeting of the Executive and Community Environment Committees and Interested Board Members on Monday, November 23, 2015, at 7:00 PM at the  Brooklyn Community Board 14 District Office (810 East 16th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11230.) The agenda will include the refinement and completion of Board comments on the City Planning Department’s (CPC) proposals for Mandatory Inclusionary Housing (MIH) & the Zoning for Quality & Affordability Text Amendment (ZQA.) For more information on MIH, please click here. For more information on ZQA, please click here.

ZQA-MIH Public Hearing

The public is invited to attend a Public Hearing on Monday, October 26, 2015 at 7 PM at the CB14 District Office (810 East 16 Street, Brooklyn). The Public Hearing will include a presentation by the New York City Department of City Planning on the proposed Zoning for Quality and Affordability Text Amendment (ZQA) & Mandatory Inclusionary Housing (MIH.) For more information on the proposed items, please visit the following links:
ZQA
(https://www.nyc.gov/html/dcp/pdf/zoning-qa/profiles/bk14.pdf)
MIH (https://www.nyc.gov/html/dcp/pdf/midwood/midwood_proposed.pdf)

Road Closure: Ocean Ave. Entrance to Prospect Park

The roadway entrance to Prospect Park at Ocean Avenue and Parkside Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic beginning Monday, June 18th.
Click here to view the DOT Parkside Project plans.

Citywide Statement of Needs for FY 2013 & 2014

The Citywide Statement of Needs, FY 2013 and 2014 are now available for review by the residents of Community Board 14. The Statement of Needs describes City facilities that are proposed for closing or expansion in the next two (2) years. Community Board 14 will be submitting comments on these documents no later than April 30, 2012.

Please click on the links below for more information.
Letter to Community Residents regarding Citywide Statement of Needs

Citywide Statement of Needs for Fiscal Years 2013 and 2014

Zone Green Text Amendment

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click here to find out more about the Zone Green Text Amendment.

Help Plan The City’s Waterfront!

The Department of City Planning (DCP)  is currently preparing Vision 2020: The NYC Comprehensive Waterfront Plan, and they want your help. This plan will establish the city’s long range vision for a 21st Century waterfront, identifying opportunities for improvement and the strategies needed to realize this new vision.

DCP is holding workshops in every borough to get input on the plan. Please come to the upcoming workshop in Brooklyn.

MAY 17, 2010
6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
BROOKLYN TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL
Address is 29 Fort Greene Place. Use Entrance at Dekalb Ave.
& S. Elliot Pl.* Event starts in Main Auditorium.

What is the Comprehensive Waterfront Plan?
The City’s Comprehensive Waterfront Plan is a framework for the citywide reclamation of the waterfront, guiding land use decisions along New York City’s shoreline. Recommendations for Vision 2020 are expected in the Fall, and a full report to be presented to the City Council and the public by end of 2010.

What is the purpose of these workshops?
We want to hear your suggestions for how to improve your waterfront. At the workshops, the Department will start with a short presentation of the findings of our assessment of resources of Brooklyn’s waterfront- what public access exists today, where there are industrial activities, the natural areas, etc. We’ll then break into small groups to discuss particular segments of the Borough’s waterfront, what we refer to as Reaches. In these small group discussions, we want to hear from you and hear your suggestions for how you envision improving the waterfront.

Visit our website for plan updates and to share your ideas and comments with us: www.nyc.gov/waterfront

Flatbush Rezoning Update

Community Board 14 has learned that the City Planning Commission voted in favor of the Flatbush rezoning plan as submitted.  The next and final step in the process is adoption by the New York City Council.  The Council’s hearing is scheduled for July 27, 2009.  More details will be posted as they become available.