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Yorkville »

The construction will begin in the summer of 2017, parks department officials say.

NoHo »

A Parks Department official updated Community Board 2 on the various projects in the Village and SoHo.

Fort Greene »

The incident, the second in a month, is being investigated as a hate crime, police said.

Financial District »

The cloven-hoofed statue was knocked to the ground as people surrounded it to take photos.

Hudson Square »

The sites are currently controlled by the Department of Environmental Protection.

SoHo »

Isca Greenfield-Sanders' "Playground Parachutes" will be on display at Vesuvio Playground in SoHo.

Upper East Side »

Community Board 8 members will vote on whether to name the pool after Henry J. Stern this month.

New Dorp »

A survey found 266 less than 2014, but Parks officials said it doesn't mean the population decreased.

Upper East Side »

The 81st Street pedestrian bridge was under construction until last month, resident say.

Dongan Hills »

The sports field at Gen. Douglas MacArthur Park will get revamped in a $9.3 million project.

Gramercy »

The Parks Department is keeping Olympic and intermediate-sized pools open for an extra hour Thursday.

Charleston »

Fairview Park will feature a soccer field, bocce ball courts and areas for softball and tennis.

Red Hook »

Contaminated soil containing lead has been found at multiple sports fields in Red Hook.

Astoria »

Astoria Health Playground and Playground Thirty Five will get upgrades under Community Parks Initiative.

Park Slope »

The small park is getting an outdoor educational programming area as well as new fencing and seating.