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The bathrooms, which have been shuttered since 2015, will be fully renovated under the plan. 

Rockaway Beach »

Nearly five years after Hurricane Sandy, the long-awaited boardwalk rebuild is complete. 

Middle Village »

The signs were found in Juniper Valley Park Wednesday morning, the NYPD said. 

Ditmars »

With new funding allotted for Astoria Park, the city should consider waterfront access, a group says.

Woodside »

The park on Broadway and 65th Street will get its first renovation in 20 years, officials said Monday. 

College Point »

College Point Field, a 90-foot diamond, got a makeover with the help of the Mets and Scotts.

Ditmars »

The $1.7 million overhaul of Paul Raimonda Playground started in August of 2015.

Long Island City »

McQueen worked for years to advocate for the park and was head of its "Friends of" group.

Rockaway Beach »

The new concrete boardwalk opened between Beach 86th and Beach 73rd streets.

Astoria »

Pipes from the pool and neighboring Charybdis Playground weren't hooked up to the city's sewer system.

Astoria »

The project will take over a basketball court under the Triborough Bridge.

Woodhaven »

City officials broke ground on nearly $1.5 million renovations to Mary Whalen Playground. 

Rockaway Beach »

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Rockaway Park »

Crews will install new seating, water fountains and an electrical scoreboard, officials said.

Rockaway Beach »

The Parks Department's plan to rebuild a playground may require tearing down a piece of art.