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East Midtown Public Realm Improvement Fund Governing Group

The East Midtown Public Realm Improvement Fund Governing Group is holding its annual meeting. The agenda will include election of officers, election of the directors and alternate directors, appointment of committee members, votes on annual reports, status updates for funded public realm improvement projects, and updates to the East Midtown Public Realm Improvement Concept Plan. Learn more about the Public Realm Improvement Fund on the Governing Group page, and find more information about the rezoning on the Greater East Midtown page.

 

PDF DocumentFriday, December 13, 2019

PDF Document 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

PDF DocumentCity Planning public meeting room, 120 Broadway (Concourse level), New York, NY, 10271

Waterfront Listening Sessions

Water Quality and Natural Resources

November 21, 2019, 6pm–8pm
Cornell University College of Architecture, Art, and
Planning 26 Broadway, New York, New York

Ferries, Cruises and Transportation of Humans

November 25, 2019, 8:30am–10:30am
New York Cruise Lines, Pier 81
41st Street and 12th Avenue, New York, New York

Working Waterfront and Transportation of Goods

December 3, 2019, 6pm–8pm
Cornell University College of Architecture, Art, and
Planning 26 Broadway, New York, New York

Cyclist Survey

The Department of City Planning wants to hear from cyclists about your ideas and experiences on the road. Take our quick online survey to help us better understand why New Yorkers choose to bike or not in different situations.

Vision 2030 - Request for Vision

Request for a Vision

New York City has 520 miles of waterfront—that’s longer than Miami, Boston, Los Angeles, and San Francisco combined. Every 10 years, the Department of City Planning leads the update of the Comprehensive Waterfront Plan, which aims to make NYC’s waterfront more accessible, active, and resilient.

The Department of City Planning is seeking advice from the world’s leading experts on the City’s waterfront: you! Tell us your creative and inspiring ideas for the future of NYC’s waterfront; one that is resilient, promotes equitable access and supports healthy ecosystems and economies.

This Request for Visions intends to spark conversations, tackle tough challenges and inspire all of us to create the waterfront we envision, so please share it with your friends, family and neighbors!