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Jamaica »

The park, in downtown Jamaica, recently underwent a $2.2 million upgrade. 

South Beach »

A pilot program will put 100 dispensers with SPF 30 sunscreen at beaches across the city.

Stuy Town »

The historic cast-iron fence this month will be fully restored, according to the Parks Department.

Washington Heights »

"The budget is not infinite. There are limits and you have to live within those limits,” officials said.

East Village »

Parents believe the lower fences planned for the park could endanger their children.

East Village »

The plan is opposed by Councilwoman Rosie Mendez, Community Board 3, and the Ninth Precinct.

Ditmars »

A public meeting on Nov. 16 will discuss how to spend the funding under the city's Anchor Parks program.

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.