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Bed-Stuy »

Residents can vote on projects they'd like to see funded through the participatory budgeting program.

Chelsea »

Get involved in the city budgeting process and improve your neighborhood.

Forest Hills »

Participatory budgeting is returning to Forest Hills, Rego Park, Kew Gardens and Richmond Hill.

Jamaica »

Participatory budgeting is returning to City Councilman Daneek Miller’s district. 

Long Island City »

Councilman Van Bramer will let constituents vote on how to spend more than $1 million in capital funds.

Red Hook »

This is the third year for participatory budgeting in District 38.

Crown Heights »

Councilmember Laurie Cumbo is hosting public participatory budget forums in the next three weeks.

Bed-Stuy »

Councilman Robert Cornegy brings participatory budgeting to District 36 in September.

Gowanus »

The Gowanus Canal Conservancy is building a permanent facility and expanding its composting program.

Astoria »

City Councilman Costa Constantinides is bringing participatory budgeting back to his Queens district.

Midtown »

What did your neighborhood choose to invest its tax dollars in?

Hamilton Heights »

Winning projects include a public greenhouse and repairs to local playgrounds and basketball courts.

Corona »

Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras participated in the program for the first time this year.

Red Hook »

Four school projects will be funded through District 38's participatory budgeting process.

Long Island City »

A plan to improve the road's biking network won the most participatory budgeting votes.