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Agnes Chung from NY1 joined us this morning to film some of our PB outreach and the placing of out first PEEBIE box at Rockaway Bagels at 114-08 Beach Channel Drive......thanks to our dedicated PB volunteers for giving up a Saturday morning to help out....
Participatory Budgeting Events
If you live in a participating district, you can take part in deciding how to spend public money by attending one of the events below. You can also support PB in New York City by volunteering, spreading the word, or participating in the process.
Danise on Participatory Budgeting in CD 11!
We hope to see you on Monday, November 10th for Bedford Park's Participatory Budgeting Neighborhood Assembly at Lehman College's Lovinger Theatre. Doors open at 7pm!
Please join CDP and PBNYC's Research Board online webinar release of “A People’s Budget: A Research and Evaluation Report on Cycle 3 of Participatory Budgeting in New York City.”!
"This report is the culmination of nearly 9,000 surveys, more than 100 in depth-interviews, and more than 50 meeting observations designed to explore the NYC PB process"
WHEN: October 30th 12:00pm
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McGolrick Park Neighborhood Alliance thanks elected officials for $1.3M gift for playground |...
McGolrick Park Neighborhood Alliance thanks elected officials for $1.3M gift for playground
TONIGHT!! Join Council Member Stephen Levin at the Greenpoint Public Library from 6-8pm Meet your neighbors, brainstorm on how to improve your community and learn more about the Participatory Budgeting Project in NYC! and check this out! http://ideas.pbnyc.org/13/40.70290/-73.98399
Participate! | Participatory Budgeting in New York City
New York City is experiencing a new kind of democracy. Through Participatory Budgeting, residents of twenty-three Council Districts across the City are directly deciding how to spend $25 million of taxpayer money. From September 2014 to April 2015, community members are exchanging ideas, working tog…
How Would You Spend One Million Dollars?
Through Participatory Budgeting, New Yorkers like YOU are deciding how their tax dollars are spent. Come out to a meeting in your neighborhood this fall to propose…
Participatory Budgeting: Involvement is Easy and Important
BY COREY JOHNSON COUNCIL MEMBER, DISTRICT 3 | How would you spend $1 million dollars in your community? Would you build a new playground? Would you invest in new technology equipment for your local library or school? Maybe there’s a notoriously bad intersection in the neighborhood and you have a g…
You Can Help Decide How to Spend $1M in Budget Funds in Forest Hills - Forest Hills -...
Locals are invited to participate in a series of upcoming “neighborhood assemblies.”
LOCAL MATTERS: This is what Democracy Should Look Like
Come and learn how the campaigns currently underway on these issues are working to bring a real and more inclusive democracy to New York.