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Concourse »

Still, the number of complaints about dog poop has dropped citywide, RentHop found.

Fort Greene »

Bike and park access, trees, and sidewalk cafes make your 'hood more summer friendly. Dog poop does not.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

A W. 54th Street business manager told police a resident "constantly" leaves dog droppings in the pits.

Greenpoint »

"IS THIS YOU??" the note reads, along with images of the dog owner leaving behind poop.

Fort Greene »

Check where your neighborhood stacks up on the list of pooper-scooper offenders.

Fort Greene »

A block association is encouraging locals to videotape or photograph dog owners who don't scoop poop.

Long Island City »

Ray Normandeau will use the winning image for a poster encouraging neighbors to curb their pets.

Bushwick »

Dog poop has been ruining the neighborhood's attempt at beautification, locals say.

Financial District »

Fed up with dogs "pooping and peeing" on the greenery, locals want pooches banned at DeLury Square Park.

Sunnyside »

Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer is hoping to tackle the neighborhood's dog poo problem.

Astoria »

The Dog Poop Project is a way to encourage residents to pick up after their pooches, its founder says.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

NYU student Melody Kelemu applied for a grant to convert dog poop into fuel in Washington Square Park.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Inwood and Washington Heights residents say their streets are minefields of doggie doo.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Report claims Washington Heights has more pooper scooper violations than other Manhattan neighborhoods.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Landmarks Preservation Commission found three dog curbing signs illegal.