CB6 Office, Other City Agencies Closed on Memorial Day
Memorial Day will be observed on Monday, May 28 this year. This also means there will be no garbage, recycling, organic collection, or street cleaning on that day. The CB6 office will resume normal hours on Tuesday, May 29.
MTA Releases Mitigation Plan for the 2019 L train Shutdown
The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) and Department of Transportation (DOT) jointly released their mitigation plan for the 2019 L train shutdown. You can find that plan here. Click here to view details on the CB6 website.
Find Anti-Overdose Naloxone in Community District Six
Naloxone is a medication that reverses overdoses from opioids such as heroin and prescription painkillers. New Yorkers can get this life-saving medication without prescription from community organizations and pharmacies. View more information and distribution locations from the Department of Health. Click here to learn more about preventing overdoses.
Designated Landmarks and Historic Districts in Manhattan Community Board Six: A Resource Guide
This is the first Manhattan Community Board Six (CB6) resource guide for designated landmarks within our district. Two key factors motivated us. We are very aware that proliferating development may threaten some of these sites and others not yet formally designated as landmarks. But we also believe it is important to better inform CB6 constituents about these historic treasures, so they can learn about and enjoy them while realizing that protecting them is an ongoing process. Click here to access this resource.
LinkNYC Wifi Kiosk Survey
Community Board 6 would like to know how you feel about the LinkNYC wifi kiosks that have been installed in our district. Click here to have your say. A discussion of these kiosks was on the agenda at the most recent CB6 Public Safety Committee meeting, and we expect to continue discussing them at future meetings. Consult our meeting calendar for more details.
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