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Sunset Park »

Schoolyard upgrades and A/C wiring for schools dominate District 38's participatory budgeting proposals.

Upper East Side »

Residents can vote on which projects will get $1 million of the city's money starting March 25.

Chelsea »

The Penn South Playground and the Hudson Park Library are two of the sites that could secure funding.

Bed-Stuy »

Possible projects include a school robotics lab and TV security at the Nostrand Avenue train station.

Forest Hills »

Locals can vote for their favorite neighborhood projects from March 25 to April 2.

Carroll Gardens »

District 39's participatory budgeting process is back for its sixth year.

Chelsea »

The participatory budgeting process for Councilman Corey Johnson's district will kick off at the event.

Forest Hills »

Councilwoman Karen Koslowitz is bringing participatory budgeting back to her district.  

Bed-Stuy »

Participants as young as 14 years old can give their input on how to improve Bed-Stuy and Crown Heights.

Park Slope »

A planned Knuffle Bunny statue still awaits approvals from two city panels.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Corey Johnson and Gale Brewer have allocated a total of $950,000 for the park renovations.

Chelsea »

Residents living in Councilman Corey Johnson's district voted on which of 15 sites would get funding.

Bed-Stuy »

Five projects won $1.58 million in public funds throughout Bedford-Stuyvesant and Crown Heights.

Washington Heights »

This year's participatory budget funds will be allocated to several Uptown schools and parks.