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Kew Gardens »

The program is expanding to Long Island City, Far Rockaway and Kew Gardens, among other areas. 

Upper East Side »

The cans, which cost $525 apiece, will be distributed in the neighborhood over the next several days.

St. George »

The "Own the 18" campaign will ask residents to clean 18 inches in front of their sidewalk.

Midtown »

City officials warned New Yorkers to take public transit rather than driving during the storm.

SoHo »

The sanitation department will start to salt roads and sidewalks ahead of the storm. 

New Dorp »

The city will pick up e-waste curbside starting Oct. 17.

Upper East Side »

The new bins are meant to keep garbage from spilling on to sidewalks and streets, officials say.

Upper East Side »

The Department of Sanitation has agreed to increase garbage pickup at the busy corridor.

TriBeCa »

CleanNYC will focus on scrubbing sidewalks, clearing litter and painting over graffiti.

Jackson Heights »

Mayor de Blasio vowed that Queens streets would be cleaner Tuesday morning.

Woodside »

The mayor said hundreds of pieces of equipment were on their way to Queens on Sunday.

West Village »

New York is bracing for up to a foot of snow Saturday into Sunday.

Castleton Corners »

The boxes, made at Staten Island's Pratt Industries, promote recycling in the borough.

Midtown »

The proposal is part of an effort to reduce city waste to landfills to zero by 2030,

Port Richmond »

Borough President James Oddo urged businesses to help the Sanitation Department do its job.