The State Liquor Authority has temporarily waived the certified mail requirement for Community Board notification. You can notify Community Board 11 of your intent to renew or apply for a license by emailing BK11@cb.nyc.gov. For further guidance, please click here.
Please see the following information on coronavirus.
Please be advised that Community Board 11’s office is open, however, we are not accepting walk-ins. You can can contact us at 718-266-8800, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pursuant to Chapter 46, of the NYC Charter, Voter Registration forms and assistance are available in Community Board No. 11’s district office.
Please be advised beginning Friday, August 5, 2016, and lasting for approximately one month, restrictions to curbside parking and driveway access will be in effect at Bay 38th Street from Harway Avenue to 86th Street,
- Limited “No Parking” restrictions during the construction will be in effect
- Access to driveways will be restricted in front of your residence
- Emergency vehicle and pedestrian access will be maintained at all times
- Certain operation may be noisy
- Water, gas, electric, telephone, and cable services will not be interrupted
- VEHICLES WILL BE TOWED AND/OR TICKETED
For more information, click here.
Subject: Safer streets begin with team work. Please join DOT at this interactive Vision Zero workshop and share your input about street safety in your community.
Date: Friday, March 11, 2016
Time: 10:00 a.m.
Location: Saint Finbar Confraternity Center – 138 Bay 20th Street, Brooklyn (entrance at Bath Avenue)
Contact: Claudette Workman at NYC DOT 646-892-1350 or email@example.com. Please provide advance notice for accessibility accommodations.
The New York State Comptroller’s Office is conducting a survey on noise in New York City neighborhoods and would like you to take the survey.
You can access the survey through the below links.
They want to learn about your experience of noise in your community and solicit your ideas for reducing noise.
Toward that end, we are asking all community residents take the survey by March 15, 2016.