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OPEN HOUSE

In June, the Department of City Planning and sister agencies with sponsorship by Bronx Community Boards 2 and 3, and State Assemblymember Marcos Crespo hosted an open house at Children’s Aid College Prep Charter School. Attendees interacted with materials about the study process and background, area history, demographics and more. Different topic-based stations about health, housing, open space & connectivity, land use and urban design, youth, retail and local business, and the environment provided opportunities for city agencies to discuss their current work in the area and the tools that they can bring to the study process. Also, to build on initial community engagement, community members were able to offer feedback and input on what we’ve heard through our outreach efforts that was summarized in the Community Input Snapshot. We heard more about what people love, existing issues and needs, and their big ideas for the area, as well as community responses to a variety of different questions posed by City agencies themselves.

Weren't able to make it to the Open House?

Take a look at what participants had to say and learn about the study and work of other City agencies by visiting

or



You can still provide your input and feedback by using our interactive mapping tool or by taking a quick poll



Scroll down to the News Feed to see where we have been since the Open House & visit the study's website to view event materials and notes.


OPEN HOUSE

In June, the Department of City Planning and sister agencies with sponsorship by Bronx Community Boards 2 and 3, and State Assemblymember Marcos Crespo hosted an open house at Children’s Aid College Prep Charter School. Attendees interacted with materials about the study process and background, area history, demographics and more. Different topic-based stations about health, housing, open space & connectivity, land use and urban design, youth, retail and local business, and the environment provided opportunities for city agencies to discuss their current work in the area and the tools that they can bring to the study process. Also, to build on initial community engagement, community members were able to offer feedback and input on what we’ve heard through our outreach efforts that was summarized in the Community Input Snapshot. We heard more about what people love, existing issues and needs, and their big ideas for the area, as well as community responses to a variety of different questions posed by City agencies themselves.

Weren't able to make it to the Open House?

Take a look at what participants had to say and learn about the study and work of other City agencies by visiting

or



You can still provide your input and feedback by using our interactive mapping tool or by taking a quick poll



Scroll down to the News Feed to see where we have been since the Open House & visit the study's website to view event materials and notes.