A new Executive Board for MCB7 took office on November 1, 2019. Congratulations to First Vice Chair Andrew Rigie, Second Vice Chair Doug Kleiman, and co-secretaries Sara Lind and Julian Giordano. As the newly elected Chair of the Board, I am lucky to have such a strong team, and am confident that we, along with our colleagues on the Board, will continue to ensure that the community’s voice is heard on matters before City government.
Please consider joining our email list for updates on matters of interest to our Upper West Side community and issues to be addressed at upcoming CB7 meetings. You can sign up for our email list by clicking here. Other than in emergencies, we aim to send no more than one email message per week, so we will endeavor not to flood your inbox.
You can also learn more about upcoming events involving CB7 by using the “Calendar of Events” button under the “Meetings” tab on the CB7 home page, which will direct you to the schedule of Committee and full Board meetings and hearings each month, with links to the respective agendas.
Please feel welcome to contact us with questions or concerns relating to our work.
The purpose of Manhattan Community Board 7 is to ensure that city services are accessible and responsive to residents, organizations, businesses, and institutions of Manhattan's Upper West Side. By hosting regular meetings open to the public, CB7 acts as a conduit for communicating events, addressing local concerns, and processing municipal applications of various sorts. CB7 also plays an important advisory role in planning, land use, zoning, and the City budget. Our boundaries are from West 59th Street to 110th Street, and from Central Park to the Hudson River, with points of interests such as the American Museum of Natural History and Rose Center, Lincoln Center, Bloomingdale Historic District, Mahattan Valley, Columbus Circle, and Central Park