As urban planning students at NYU Wagner, our class is doing a study of Red Hook to learn about the needs of the neighborhood and build a plan for the future. Please take the survey to help us better understand the local context and provide your input about your vision for Red Hook. You can find the link below in your preferred language and please select Group 11 in Question 1.
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When: Tue & Thu at 12:00 am, from April 16, 2019 until April 16, 2019
Where: 1117 Eastern Parkway
CAMBA HomeBase is hosting Tenant After hours this April for tenants who cannot come to our program during our normal business hours.
This event is intended for Current Clients & New Enrollments. If you know of anyone who has fallen behind with their rent and/or utilities our next sessions are:
Thursday, April 25th, 2019 5:30p-7p
Tuesday, April 30th, 2019 5:30p-7p
We will have case managers here to do intakes and provide resources for attendees.
Redemption Church will be hosting its 4th Annual Egg Hunt in Coffey Park. As always, we will have Great Music, Refreshments, Games, Giveaways, and of course THOUSANDS of Easter Eggs for the kiddos! Come out and enjoy an amazing day with Family, Friends, and Red Hook Community Members.
Please join the Gowanus Canal CAG’s Outreach Committee for our monthly meeting, in the Fifth Avenue Committee’s Conference Room A, on the 2nd floor, at 621 Degraw Street in Gowanus. The agenda is TBD. All Gowanus CAG meetings are open to the general public.
If you currently have a gas outage:
1. File a Ticket with NYCHA by calling 718-707-7771 (Save your ticket #)
2. File an HP Action at the Justice Center: 88 Visitation Place
3. Join a community meeting on the issue to connect to legal resources and
Heat, hot water, and gas outages in NYCHA
THURSDAY, APRIL 18TH 2019 at 6pm
Red Hook Initiative (767 Hicks St.)
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As part of a semester long project, our class at NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service is compiling feedback from Red Hook residents about the current status and future goals of the neighborhood. This information will be utilized to create a meaningful, and thoughtful neighborhood plan.
In order to reflect the wishes and desires of the Red Hook community, we are hoping members would be willing to answer a survey about the neighborhood. The survey can be found here (please put team '5' for the second question, Q39). We'd greatly appreciate your participation!
While our project is a class exercise, the insight gained may prove useful to residents. We are happy to share the results of our survey with the community.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Where: Red Hook Library 7 Wolcott St, Brooklyn, New York 11231
Are you looking to get your high school equivalency (HSE) diploma? Register to take a test of your readiness for the exam, and you will be placed in a prep class, enrolled in our online prep class, register for the TASC exam or National External Diploma Program (NEDP). Seating is limited. Walk-ins welcome, but to ensure a seat please register at the website below OR email us at HSE@bklynlibrary.org Assessment starts promptly at 1:30 pm. https://bplform.weebly.com/screening.html https://www.bklynlibrary.org/calendar/high-school-equivalency-red-hook-library-20190312
Where: Plymouth Church 75 Hicks St, Brooklyn, New York 11201
Hosted by Brooklyn Heights Association and A Better Way. Join us for a BQE Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, April 3rd at 7 PM at Plymouth Church, 57 Orange Street. Your presence at this informative meeting is vitally important to sending an unambiguous message to Mayor de Blasio, Commissioner Trottenberg and our elected officials that we will not accept DOT’s current plans to rebuild the BQE. Both of the DOT’s current plans are unacceptable. The plan for a “temporary” 6-lane highway on the Promenade for a minimum of six years has galvanized local communities with its panoply of environmental and economic threats: traffic congestion, air pollution, noise from nighttime construction, destabilization of nearby buildings, detriment to neighborhood businesses, and the closing of the Promenade for years. We are also rejecting the DOT’s “Traditional” lane by lane plan because we reject any plan that will flood our local streets with traffic. We demand that DOT develop a better, less destructive and more forward-thinking temporary solution that will give consideration to people and not just traffic. DOT must anticipate the region’s future transportation needs rather than restoring a 1950s version of highway planning. This Town Hall meeting is jointly sponsored by the Brooklyn Heights Association and A Better Way. We will be joined by Comptroller Scott Stringer and Council Member Stephen Levin, two critics of the DOT’s plans, other elected officials, and Marc Wouters, the architect behind our alternative Bypass Highway concept. Please tell your neighbors and friends about the Town Hall meeting and be there on April 3rd to send a resounding “No” to DOT’s current proposals and join us in helping to develop a more innovative solution. Click on "interested" or "going" so you will be notified when we post updates... and to help us spread the word!