Manhattan Community Board Six (CB6) is a government agency of the City of New York. CB6 serves an advisory role in reviewing land use and zoning matters, the city budget, municipal service delivery, liquor licenses, and other matters in Manhattan Community District 6 (CD6), an 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.
CB6 also works closely with city agencies, elected officials, businesses, and community groups to provide constituent services to all who live, work, and visit Manhattan Community District 6.
Our board welcomes you to our district, and we look forward to seeing you at our next meeting. Upcoming meetings can be found on our calendar.
Recent Work Notices
Everyday in Community District 6 there are active work sites, road closures, and public works projects that impact pedestrian and vehicular traffic. Click the button below to view a database of active work notices.
NYC Playgrounds Reopened
As part of the City’s entry into Phase 3 of the State’s “NY Forward” rubric, NYC Parks began re-opening additional facilitates for the public effective today, Monday, July 6.
- City playgrounds, most golf courses and driving ranges, skate parks, grilling areas, city beaches, dog runs and, basketball, handball, tennis, bocce, and volleyball courts have reopened.
- 15 of New York City’s public pools will re-open for swimming on July 24 and August 1.
CB6 has compiled a range of resources and information on the 2020 Census. #GetCountedNYC
Update on Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The CB6 office is closed. We will be working remotely. If you need to reach us, the best way to do so is by emailing either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. If you leave us a voicemail, we will get back to you shortly.
Community Board 6 represents Community District Six which consists of 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.
Contact us if you need help with a pothole in the street, broken street lamp, a rowdy bar, or any other issues affecting you and the community. Please remember to file a complaint with 311 first, as that helps us coordinate with City agencies.
Visit our resources page to view more information on large projects in our community like coastal resiliency efforts, community issues like homeless services, how to apply for various licenses, information on tenants’ rights, and more.