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We scoured the city's parks to find the best places for kids to cool off under a sprinkler in the heat.
Public sprinklers are a great way to beat the heat and escape the busy neighborhood.
Parks in Gramercy, Flatiron, Kips Bay and Union Square have started their sprinklers for the season.
From toddlers to teens, DNAinfo found the best sprinklers for every child.
Dozens of city park sites have sprinklers open this summer.
The pool is one of 10 in Queens.
Residents across the city have devised ways of keeping cool.
The East River Ferry will double as an art gallery during the summer months.
A city project to help clean up the Gowanus Canal will wrap up by the end of the year.
The fountain at Pier 84 needed a new filter to get rid of a potential parasite outbreak.
The city had bankrolled an expansive monitoring network run by the U.S. Geological Survey.
Locals loaded up on water, canned goods and other necessities in anticipation of "Nemo."
A boil-water order in Breezy Point has been lifted for most of the area.
The Lower East Side Ecology Center would include a wetland area to shelter birds and produce clean water.
The truck had temporary plates from a dealership in Texas.
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