In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, food and water will be critical to Puerto Rico’s recovery ahead and City Harvest is collaborating with Feeding America, our sister food bank Banco de…

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NYC Public Art Map and Guide New York City’s parks are host to the country’s greatest outdoor public art museum. With hundreds of permanent works in collection and more than…

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IMPACT Melanoma and Bright Guard Donate 1,000 Liters of Sunscreen and 100 Dispensers to Promote Sun Safety Summertime is upon us and along with promoting water safety, NYC Parks is…

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May is Bike Month, and Transportation Alternatives is issuing the call for teams and riders to go head-to-head in the Bike to Work Challenge, May 1 through May 31. You…

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Join the Counter Culture! This year, NYC Parks is counting and mapping all the beautiful street trees that grace our city, and we need your help! Sign up to become…

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Plowing and spreading of salt to treat icy road conditions will be undertaken in order of strategic priority as follows: Primary – Any street that is: A main traffic artery, main…

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No Garbage, Recycling Collection or Street Cleaning on Christmas Day, December 25th The New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) announced today that in observance of Christmas Day, there will…

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Effective 2015, certain electronic equipment such as computers and televisions will be banned from disposal. via NYCWasteLess: Recycling of Electronics & Peripherals.

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Beaches in every borough saw an influx of visitors  MORE THAN 18 MILLION SAFELY VISITED CITY BEACHES THIS YEAR, AS CITYWIDE BEACH ATTENDANCE GROWS BY MORE THAN 22%.  CITY POOL…

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