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The WHEELS school received $500,000 via participatory budgeting to renovate the playground.

Washington Heights »

Residents can vote at several sites throughout the community until April 2.

Tompkinsville »

Residents can vote from March 25 to April 2 on how a $1 million participatory budget fund could be used.

Stapleton »

Councilwoman Debi Rose brought the participatory budget process to Staten Island for the first time.

Washington Heights »

This year's participatory budget funds will be allocated to several Uptown schools and parks.

Central Harlem »

Voting will run from March 26 until April 3, officials say. 

Corona »

Councilwoman Julissa Ferreres-Copeland's district will vote on projects throughout the district.

Corona »

Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras-Copeland is bringing Participatory Budgeting back to the district. 

Crown Heights »

Councilmember Laurie Cumbo is hosting public participatory budget forums in the next three weeks.

Washington Heights »

Ydanis Rodriguez dedicated about 40 percent of his discretionary funds to programs for youth.

Jamaica »

An outdoor performance center won $450,000 under participatory budgeting program.

Washington Heights »

An outdoor fitness center, a community food garden and playgrounds for two schools won the most votes.

Washington Heights »

Uptown residents can vote on which of 12 projects should get $1 million from City Councilman.

Washington Heights »

Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez will offer participatory budgeting for the first time this year.

Corona »

The Participatory Budget program comes to Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras' office in September.