Thursday, June 19, 2014
This event will bring representatives from nearly forty city agencies, community organizations and utilities providers into what Borough Hall calls "one of New York City’s largest community fairs this year."
According to a release, residents will receive opportunities "to learn how to turn their communities into successful neighborhoods, block by block."
The community fair will be held in partnership with the Board of Elections, Citizens Committee for NYC, Center for New York City Neighborhoods, Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office, Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit, Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, MTA New York City Transit, Commission on Human Rights, Department for the Aging, Department of Buildings, Department of Environmental Protection, Department of Finance, Department of Housing Preservation and Development, Department of Parks and Recreation, Department of Sanitation, FDNY, NYC Human Resources Administration, NYS Homes & Community Renewal, NYPD, Office of Emergency Management, Office of the City Comptroller, Office of the State Comptroller, Patients for LICH, U.S. Veterans’ Affairs, American Red Cross, Bridge Street Development Corporation, NextDoor, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project, Neighborhood Housing Services of Bed-Stuy, Neighborhood Housing Services of East Flatbush, Cablevision, ConEd, National Grid, Verizon and Municipal Credit Union.
Go to McBrooklyn's HOME PAGE.