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Other winning projects include bus countdown clocks and security cameras for P.S. 36.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The planned green space secured $200,000 in funding through this year's participatory budgeting process.

Upper East Side »

P.S. 183 and P.S. 198/77 won big in this year's participatory budgeting vote. 

Upper West Side »

The four projects to win a share of the $1M were all upgrades to neighborhood grade schools.

Ditmars »

Other winning projects include solar panels for the Steinway Library and a STEM lab for a local school.

Forest Hills »

More than 3,000 residents from District 29 voted how to spend $1 million.

Washington Heights »

Residents can vote for their top 5 projects until April 2. 

Washington Heights »

Residents can vote at several sites throughout the community until April 2.

Park Slope »

District 39 residents can vote until April 2 on how to spend more than $1.5 million on local projects.

Greenpoint »

Help decide how $1 million will be spent in your city council district.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The participatory budgeting process runs through April 2 in District 33.

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.