New York City Parks Department

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Forest Hills »

The Parks Department removed two of three trees along Austin Street, but has not replaced them yet.

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene Park is debuting its newly restored tree trail this Saturday with Arbor Day tours.

Tottenville »

The free runs will kick off on April 3, Borough President James Oddo announced.

Fort Greene »

The Willoughby Avenue Entrance to Fort Greene Park is now open.

Crown Heights »

Turn it in to become mulch or chip it yourself in five locations in the area.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The incident happened in the Nethermead meadow on Nov. 18, a local bird expert told DNAinfo New York.

Randall's Island »

The New York Riding Academy at Randall's Island may have to make room for a playground.

Bed-Stuy »

Von King Cultural Arts Center has been shuttered, effective immediately, due to the alarm issue.

Gowanus »

Officials are asking what locals want to see at Ennis Playground at 11th Street and Second Avenue.

Park Slope »

Residents are invited to make suggestions on the new Park Slope building at two public meetings.

Park Slope »

Parents say the Parks Department went too far when it welded spinning playground equipment into place.

East Harlem »

Residents would like to see better lighting and updated play equipment in the neglected park.

Red Hook »

Councilman Carlos Menchaca said the money will remain allocated to a capital project in Red Hook.

Pleasant Plains »

A survey found 793 deer living on Staten Island, compared to just 24 in 2008.

Williamsburg »

The Grammy Award-winning singer helped out at La Casita Verde, a vacant lot once plagued by rats.