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Kids at P.S. 166 have recess just twice a week, parents said.

Greenwich Village »

Other parks projects in the neighborhood include sidewalk repair at Washington Square Park.

Long Island City »

Parents at the elementary school have been pushing to get an outdoor recess space for years.

Upper East Side »

Elements from the playground's original design from the 1930s will return.

Long Island City »

Miguel Cavanzos is collecting signatures to get a park opened in the area.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The new playground has a turf field, a track and outdoor ping-pong tables.

Astoria »

The change is planned as part of a $3 million overhaul of the Astoria Heights Playground.  

Upper West Side »

Locals have spent "hundreds, if not thousands, of hours thinking about" the P.S. 166 playground.

Washington Heights »

The playground with fountains will be open this summer, after it was previously slated to be closed.

Greenpoint »

Five projects were selected to receive more than $1.5 million of the city's money in District 33.

Astoria »

New design plans for the Astoria park include volleyball courts and all-weather ping pong tables.

Astoria »

Residents have revived a defunded plan to create a park on 21st Street.

Kips Bay »

A new park with an artificial turf field, exercise track and adult fitness equipment will be built.

Long Island City »

Half of the play equipment at Andrews Grove in Hunters Point has been closed off since the storm.

Astoria »

Parents are trying to secure funding and attention for Astoria Heights Playground.