Fall Leaf Collection
What could your community group do with $3,000?
Raccoon Baiting in Brooklyn and Queens
DSNY Launches New Appointment Service to Schedule Large Bulk Pickups, Will Allow for More Timely Collections
NYC Ferry
Block Party Guidelines
Department of Sanitation Snow Removal Information
2018 Alternate Side Parking Rules Suspension Calendar
Notification from DSNY - Bulk Pick Up Changes in Community Board 10
Brooklyn Public Library Volunteer Opportunities
DSNY Reminder about placing garbage for pickup
DOT Bicycle Network within Community Board 10
Animal Care Centers of NYC
Immigration Advocacy Services
N Train Station Rehab Presentation


New York City Campaign Finance Board

Register To Vote or Update your name, address, party affiliation

Forms also available in Bengali, Chinese, Korean and Spanish

Please click on link to view  Register To Vote the flyer


DDC Planned Sidewalk Work - 10/15/18 - 10/19/18

Prior Notice Sidewalks Violations in Brooklyn and Queens PROJECT #: HWS16CW1
The following is an anticipated work schedule for the upcoming week. However, due to unforeseen field and weather conditions, it may become necessary to change some scheduled work locations, operations and dates. Please note “No Parking” restrictions are in effect within project area.


7:00 am–3:30 pm

Brooklyn Community Board #10 Various Locations See Below

Continuation of Curb and Sidewalk Restoration
Installation of Pedestrian Ramps  (No Curbside Parking)

435 100 STREET
124 95 STREET 
364 94 STREET 
360 94 STREET 
356 94 STREET
331 94 STREET 
325 94 STREET
243 92 STREET 
241 92 STREET 
239 92 STREET 
237 92 STREET 
235 92nd Street
233 92 STREET 
229 92 STREET 
227 92 STREET 
225 92 STREET 
219 92 STREET 
217 92 STREET 
171 85 STREET
457 85 STREET
451 85 STREET 
349 87 STREET 
233 87 STREET 
229 87 STREET 
626 92 STREET 
630 92 STREET 
1283 86 STREET 
1243 86 STREET 
1241 86 STREET
1237 86 STREET
1235 86 STREET 
1355 81 STREET 
1355 80 STREET
1220 80 STREET
1365 79 STREET
1335 74 STREET 
1366 73 STREET
1318 70 STREET 
1322 70 STREET
1328 70 STREET 
1354 70 STREET
1360 70 STREET 
7423 11 AVENUE 
1153 76 STREET 
572 76 STREET
170 81 STREET
172 81 STREET
1337 77 STREET

City Council District 40, 43, 

On Wednesday October 17 2018 a WEB for "Poetic Pies" is scheduled to film scenes at the following locations:

INT CEBU Restaurant
8801 3 AVENUE, Brooklyn (Interior)
Description: Interior scenes families eating pizza.
VTU Request: No
Request:  10/17/2018 06:00 AM
10/17/2018 01:00 PM 
3 AVENUE between 88 STREET and 89 STREET
Street Side: East
Street Control: Full Block
3 AVENUE between 89 STREET and 90 STREET
Street Side: East
Street Control: Full Block
Permit# 445482
If you have further questions you can contact their Locations Department at (917) 572-4264



Community Construction Liaison

NYC Department of Design and Construction

Owls Head Brooklyn Greenway Project: HWK1048G

Weekly Construction Bulletin

October 15, 2018 - October 19, 2018

Please view the flyer for NYCDDC weekly Construction Bulletin

Please view flyer for the Reconstruction Newsletter

705 39th St. Suite 10

Brooklyn, NY 11232

O: (347) 799-1573

F: (347) 799-1585


DDC Website:



Brooklyn South:  You can now request an electronics pick-up starting October 1, 2018 with NYC Department of Sanitation

Please view the flyer for details on how to request an electronics pick-up


Access-A-Ride Forum

Access-A-Ride Forum sponsored by Community Board 10, Bay Ridge Center, NNORC, Bay Ridge Age Friendly, Bay Ridge Community Council

MTA representatives will be on hand to answer questions from local passengers.

Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at 1:00 pm at Bay Ridge Center, 411 Ovington Avenue

Please view the Access-A-Ride Forum flyer for details


2019 Love Your Block Grant

For more information please View 2019 Love Your Block Grant Flyer


Neighborhood Grants

For more information please click on link View Neighborhood Grants Flyer

86th Street Elevator Construction at 4th Avenue:

The contractor for the 86th Street elevator project has submitted a request to perform sanitary line work at night on the west side of 4th Ave at 86th Street.  The work will last for one month starting Sept 24th.  

During the day, all noisy activities would take place:  Concrete sidewalk demolition with jackhammers (sawcutting has already been completed).  The work will take place within the sidewalk area.  In order to maintain pedestrian accessibility,  a barricaded walkway in the street will be in place in addition to maintaining a reduced width on the sidewalk.  The contractor will work with the business owners to maintain access to the street cellars. 

The following would be performed at night within noise code:

  • Excavation for manhole and trench locations. 
  • Installation of sheeting
  • Setting of pipe and manholes

Doing this work at night will also reduce the impact to pedestrians. Noise mitigation measures will be in place as set up and approved by NYC Department of Environmental Protection. 

DSNY Fall 2018 SAFE Disposal Events

DSNY holds two Safe Disposal events per borough each year.  Events are held, rain or shine, from 10 am to 4 pm. Our events are popular, be prepared for a line.

Staten Island - Saturday, October 20
Midland Beach Parking Lot
Father Capodanno Blvd & Hunter Ave
Cars approach from Slater Blvd

Queens - Saturday, October 27
Cunningham Park, Ball Field Parking Lot
Cars enter on Francis Lewis Blvd between Union Turnpike & Grand Central Pkwy

Who is Eligible:

Only New York City residential waste is accepted at SAFE Disposal Events. No commercial vehicles are allowed. Residents must provide proof of NYC residency, such as a NYS driver’s license or utility bill.

If you are a community group and are collecting electronic waste and/or harmful household products on behalf of your elderly or disabled community members, please email to reserve a drop-off time. Use the subject line: “SAFE Disposal Events – Community Drop-Off Request” and your organization name. We will do our best to accommodate you.

What to Bring:

Automotive products such as motor oil, transmission fluid, and batteries
Personal care items like unwanted medicines or cosmetics
Syringes (clearly labeled and packaged in a “sharps” container or other leak-proof, puncture-resistant container)
Household products such as pesticides, paint, hazardous cleaners, compact fluorescent light bulbs
Electronics – check the list of items that are considered electronics, here.

How To Package Items:

Look for items with DANGER, POISON, or CAUTION labels. Read labels carefully for safe handling.

Clearly label all products.
Tightly seal containers.
Don’t mix products or bring open containers.
If an item is leaking, pack in a larger container and use an absorbent material, such as kitty litter or newspaper, to soak up excess fluid.
Place containers upright in a sturdy box to transport them.
Package syringes and lancets in a “sharps” container or other clearly labeled leak-proof, puncture-resistant container.
Place TVs and computer monitors with broken glass in separate sealed bags or boxes.

What Happens to Collected Items:

Materials collected are either recycled, blended for fuel, or sent to licensed hazardous waste treatment facilities for safe disposal.

Electronics are responsibly recycled or refurbished for reuse through ERI.

Unwanted medications are managed by environmental police and incinerated to prevent unintentional poisonings or entry into the water supply.

National Grid Construction Notification:

National Grid is currently performing construction work in the following areas:

Narrows Avenue and 79th Street

79th Street, Colonial Road to Narrows Avenue

88th Street, Battery Avenue to Parrott Place


DOT Milling and Paving Within Community Board 10

DOT is currently working on milling and paving at the following locations:

68th Street from Shore Road to 7th Avenue



DOT announces increases in parking meter rates in Brooklyn starting September 4th.

The new rates are tiered and reflective of local neighborhood parking conditions including land use, density and parking demand. In Brooklyn increases will be between $.25 and $2.00/hour.

Details of the changes are posted on DOT's website:

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WNET will be live streaming the next Community B oard 10 meeting, which will take place on Monday, June 18, at the Fort Hamilton Senior Center at 7:00 pm.

Below is the link for the meeting and will be put on our website:

WNET will livestream the Community Board 10 General Board Meeting on Monday, May 21, 2018 at 7:00 pm at Norwegian

Christian Home, 1250 67th Street. Below is the link to watch the meeting live:

WNET will be live streaming the next Community Board 10 meeting, on Monday, April 16 at 7:00 pm, at the Fort Hamilton Senior Center, 9941 Ft. Hamilton Parkway. Below is the link for the meeting:

The next six General Board Meetings of Community Board 10 will be live streamed by WNET. Below is the link to our January 22, 2018 meeting:

Raccoon Baiting in Brooklyn and Queens

On September 7th the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Cornell University will install bait stations containing oral rabies vaccines in Brooklyn and Queens. The City has allowed the use of oral rabies vaccines on public properties. Bait stations will be installed in parks and other wooded areas. This will help vaccinate raccoons against rabies and does not pose a serious health risk for people or pets. The vaccine bait is a liquid contained in small packages that are the size of ketchup packets. People should not touch these bait packets. Touching the liquid vaccine could cause a rash. The bait is not harmful to pets and cannot cause rabies. If pets find it, do not try to take it away from them. For general questions about the Wildlife Oral Rabies Vaccination Program you can contact Cornell University at (607) 253-3060.

DSNY Launches New Appointment Service to Schedule Large Bulk Pickups, Will Allow for More Timely Collections

Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia today announced the official launch of a new and innovative appointment system designed to help DSNY more efficiently collect large non-recyclable bulky items such as sofas, mattresses, and large wooden furniture.< New Yorkers can now arrange for timely bulk pickup appointments online or by calling 311. “We’ve heard New Yorkers’ concerns regarding how to place out large bulky items for collection around the city,” said Commissioner Garcia. “Between July 2016 and June 2017, New Yorkers made nearly S90,000 calls to 311 to inquire about collection of large bulky items. Recognizing that we had implemented a hugely successful e-waste pickup program on Staten Island, we modeled our large bulky item collection service along the same principles,” she added. The new service is designed for items that are larger than four (4) feet by three (3) feet, such as sofas and bulky wooden furniture that can be lifted by two workers and be able to fit inside a Sanitation collection truck. “We always encourage New Yorkers to donate furniture and other items that they no longer want but that potentially can be reused by others,” said Commissioner Garcia. To find convenient donation centers and non-profit partners, visit the DonateNYC website. This service does not apply to items that require special handling, such as air conditioners, refrigerators, TVs, computers, and other electronics. To learn how to properly recycle or dispose of those items, visit the DSNY website or call 311. Also, metal, glass and rigid plastic items, including bedframes, patio furniture, and filing cabinets, should still be placed out for recycling collection after 4 p.m. the night before your scheduled recycling day. Some helpful tips:
  • Do not block foot traffic or place items in the street or in front of another property.
  • If you have more than six (6) large items for collection, schedule additional appointments.
  • Place your large items curbside after 4 pm the night before your appointment.
  • Mattresses/box springs should be placed in a plastic bag before setting out at curbside to prevent the spread of bed bugs and avoid a $100 fine.

NYC Ferry

Please see click on the attached link for NYC Ferry Fall Schedule

Block Party Guidelines

View the Block Party Guidelines

Department of Sanitation Snow Removal Information

Please read more information from the Department of Sanitation regarding snow removal FAQ

2018 Alternate Side Parking Rules Suspension Calendar

The schedule for Alternate Side Parking suspension dates for 2017 is now available at the Community Board 10 District Office, 8119 5th Avenue. You can view the Calendar at or stop by the office to pick one up.

Notification from DSNY - Bulk Pick Up Changes in Community Board 10

If you live in Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights or Fort Hamilton there are changes in Bulk Pick Up. The Department of Sanitation uses a dual-bin truck for trash and organics collection. Due to size limitations, bulk items larger than 4 feet by 3 feet cannot be collected using dual-bin trucks. If you are throwing out bulk items larger than 4 feet by 3 feet, such as mattresses, couches, or large pieces of furniture, etc., place them out after 4PM the evening before your last scheduled collection day of each week. These items will be collected by the end of day on Saturday.

Brooklyn Public Library Volunteer Opportunities

Please view the flyer for Volunteer opportunities available at the Brooklyn Public Libraries.

DSNY Reminder about placing garbage for pickup

Reminder - all garbage and recycling must be placed curbside after 5:00 pm on the night before your scheduled pickup day. There are times when the Sanitation Department must alter their schedule and will possibly pick up on the overnight shift or in the very early hours of your scheduled pick up day. (Posted: January 22, 2016)

DOT Bicycle Network within Community Board 10

View the updated DOT Bicycle Network within Community Board 10. (Posted: October 13, 2015)

Animal Care Centers of NYC

Please view information regarding Animal Care Centers of NYC (formerly Animal Care & Control of NYC). (Posted: September 21, 2015)

Immigration Advocacy Services

Please view the flyers below for information on Immigration Advocacy Services that are available. (Posted: September 17, 2015)

N Train Station Rehab Presentation

Please view attached MTA presentation for rehabilitation plan for stations along the N line beginning January 2016. This project is expected to last for 48 months.