Welcome to CB6!

Community Board Six has an important New York City Charter mandated advisory role in dealing with land use and zoning matters, city budget, municipal service delivery and many other items relating to the welfare of those who live, work and visit our district. We represent the area on the east side of Manhattan from 14th to 59th Streets, from the East River to Lexington Avenue, and extending west to Madison Avenue between 34th and 40th Streets. This is one of the most diverse community districts in the city with the United Nations complex, major academic & medical institutions and Stuyvesant Town, Tudor City, Turtle Bay, Peter Cooper Village, Murray Hill, Gramercy Park, Kips Bay, East Midtown Plaza and Sutton Place within our boundaries. Please contact us with your community concerns.

Sandro Sherrod, Chair Dan Miner, District Manager

311 Service Request Maps

311 Heat Map

Board Meeting Video Recordings

Board Video Recording


Restaurant Packed at CB6 Business to Business Networking Night

On March 2, scores of local business people packed the second floor of Amali Restaurant, enjoying free wine and snacks and getting acquainted. Check our website and newsletter for more B2B events planned this spring, and invite small business owners near you.

Marketing Your Business on a Shoestring, Wed. March 18

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Free workshop co-sponsored by CB6 and US SBA. Learn how to market and grow your business using no-cost and low cost marketing tactics, techniques and tools. The speakers are Diane Drey, Chairperson & Business Mentor, SCORE NYC Chapter and Martha Soffer, Economic Development Specialist, U.S. Small Business Administration. 9 – 11 AM.  Science, Industry and Business Library, 188 Madison Avenue at 34th St.  RSVP to office@cbsix.org or 212.319.3750. For other SCORE workshops held at S.I.B.L. or to contact SCORE for free one-on-one mentoring, click here.

Latest upgrades to Baruch E. 25th St. Public Plaza design plans

Design changes after a recent public workshop include a more inviting paving design, ADA stair features, and more trees to be planted.  See the presentation here.  

East Midtown Waterfront Esplanade update

The continuous mile-long greenway to run from East 38th – 60th Street along the East River is a complex project that involves Robert Moses Playground, Asser Levy Park, and the planned UN consolidation building.  The Waterside pier from 38th to 41st Streets, formerly used by Con Ed, is to be open by end of 2015.  Click here for the Feb. 2015 EGAP presentation

Veterans Administration floodwall

The VA gave a presentation to the CB6 Transportation Committee about their plans for a flood wall adjacent to Asser Levy Park.  See the presentation here.

NYCEDC / Dept. of Sanitation proposal for Brookdale site

See the presentation given at the CB6 Land Use committee meeting about the Sanitation garage facility proposed for E. 25th Street.

CB6 reviews planning report offering alternatives to Department of Sanitation garage

The Land Use Committee has reviewed a planning report that presents alternatives to the NYC Department of Sanitation’s proposal for a sanitation garage on the Brookdale campus site located on East 25th Street.   Review the BFJ report and related materials.

CB6 events in autumn 2014

Last fall CB6 held its first Business to Business Networking Night at the Japan Society, a workshop for owners and managers of bars and restaurants on commercial noise regulations and best practices, a senior forum and a rat forum.

Street tree resources 

Here’s a page of street tree resources: how to request free street trees, and tips on how to take care of street trees near you.  Interactive maps show newly planted trees that need stewardship.  CB6 is expanding its inventory of tree bed locations and asking community groups to help out.

CB6 2016 District Needs Statement

The District Needs Statement is the culmination of countless committee meetings, public hearings, agency reports and discussions with our many community-based organizations.  It highlights many of the issues our neighborhoods face, and serves as a road map by which various city and state agencies and non-governmental organizations may better prioritize their work to meet the specific needs of Community District Six.

CB6 Resources and Flyers

What are legally permitted locations for mobile food vendors?
Join the CB6 list of east midtown building contacts – for coop boards and tenant associations
Frequently asked questions about NYC Dept. of Sanitation regulations
Introductory flyer  about Community Boards and CB6
Frequently asked questions about CB6 and Community Boards
Flyer about contacting 311 for quality of life complaints (can be customized on request)
Eviction Prevention Resource Guide
Better bike parking? Request a free bicycle rack  from NYC Dept. of Transportation