102,800 New Yorkers voted for their favorite projects across 31 Council Districts, allocating over $40 million in Capital funds for PBNYC Cycle 6 (2016-2017). Cycle 6 saw a 45 percent increase in the number of voters (up from 67,691 voters in Cycle 5). While the number of paper ballots stayed consistent, our new off-site digital voting accounted for this growth in participation.

PB Cycle 6 voters per District

Types of projects funded

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Winning Projects


EducationFunded
P.S. 111 Air Conditioning for the Library

Project would provide air conditioning for the library, which is used as a summer school site for hundreds of students.

440 West 53rd Street

$150,000

HousingFunded
Grounds Renovation at NYCHA Elliott-Chelsea Houses

New playground fending, renovate walkways and revitalize garden areas designed with Elliott-Chelsea Houses residents.

Elliott-Chelsea Houses

$500,000

Parks and RecreationFunded
New Park in Hell’s Kitchen

Funds will go towards transforming an empty lot into a new public park for the people of Hell’s Kitchen.

10th Avenue between 48th and 49th Streets

$200,000

TransitFunded
Real Time Rider Information at Bus Stops

Electronic boards to display real time bus arrival information at five key bus stops throughout Council District 3.

District Wide

$125,000

EducationFunded
P.S. 183 Green Science and STEM Lab Classroom

Hydroponic laboratory for a classroom to improve STEM curriculum and enhance green initiatives for the community.

419 East 66th Street

$600,000

EducationFunded
P.S. 198/77 Playground Renovation

Provide resurfacing and equipment for play area servicing to public elementary schools and remove diseased tree.

1700 Third Avenue

$500,000

EducationFunded
Technology Ugrades at Frank McCourt High School

Technology upgrades including 11 new SmartBoards and a 30 computer laptop cart for use at Frank McCourt High School.

Frank McCourt High School, 145 West 84th Street

$125,000

EducationFunded
Library Upgrade for P.S. 166

Upgrades to the library at P.S. 166, including work to enlarge the library and creation of a new reading space.

P.S. 166, 132 West 89th Street

$295,000

EducationFunded
Air Conditioning for P.S. 9 and Center School Gym

Installation of a split system air conditioning system in the gymnasium shared by P.S. 9 and the Center School.

P.S. 9 and Center School, 100 West 84th Street

$400,000

EducationFunded
Schoolyard Renovation at P.S. 84

Renovation of the playground, converting the asphalt to synthetic turf at P.S. 84 Schoolyard, the Sol Bloom Playground.

Sol Bloom Playground, P.S. 84, 32 West 92nd Street

$450,000

Parks & RecreationFunded
P.S. 125 Courtyard/Playground Upgrade

Install turf play surface on the eastern portion of the playground. Repair fencing and replace existing water fountain.

425 West 123rd Street

$500,000

HousingFunded
Douglass Housing Exterior Lighting and Grounds Work

Provide brighter lighting of pathways and public ground areas. Renovation of the basketball courts and recreation areas.

Amsterdam avenue between 100th and 104th Streets

$500,000

EducationFunded
Essential Restoration of Four School Restrooms

Restrooms service more than 1,440 people in 4 schools at the Terrence Tolbert Educational Building Complex.

625 West 133rd Street

$300,000

HousingFunded
Improve Exterior Lighting at Mill Brook Houses

Placement of exterior lighting throughout Mill Brook Houses to increase visibility and safety.

Mill Brook Houses (Bronx)

$500,000

HousingFunded
Inclusion of ADA Playground at Washington Houses

Creation of ADA playground at Washington Houses.

Washington Houses

$500,000

EducationFunded
Water Fountain Upgrades for East Harlem Schools

Drinking fountain and bottle filling stations for Manhattan Center High School, Harlem Village Academy, P.S. 57 and J.H.S. 45.

East Harlem Schools

$200,000

EducationFunded
Air Conditioning for M.S. 223

Air conditioning for students and faculty at M.S. 223 to make the space more usable throughout the year.

350 East 145th Street (Bronx-Mott Haven)

$500,000

EducationFunded
Technology Upgrades for Three East Harlem Schools

Technology upgrades for Manhattan Center High School, Renaissance School of the Arts and Tag Young Scholars.

East Harlem Schools

$350,000

TransitFunded
Real Time Passenger Information

Bus countdown clocks with live timing of bus arrivals district-wide. Allows for better time-management for everyone.

Department of Transportation determines

$200,000

Parks & RecreationFunded
Street Trees and Tree Guards in the Heights and Inwood

Add trees to corridors where they’re most lacking; protect new and young trees with tree guards throughout the community.

Streets with too few trees or tree guards

$280,000

EducationFunded
Air Conditioner for Castle Bridge and P.S. 128

These schools lack essential AC as summer heat can make learning difficult. This grant would provide AC in some spaces.

560 West 169th Street

$300,000

EducationFunded
Science Carts for P.S. 178

Tools and technology will enrich STEM education for the students of this Title-1 K-5 school, many with disabilities.

P.S. 178, 12 Ellwood Street

$125,000

EducationFunded
Laptops for Low Income Students

Laptops for 600 low-income middle school and high school students because a good education matters.

P.S. M293 at West 196th Street Salome Urena Campus

$200,000

Public SafetyFunded
Cameras for the Police Precincts

Security cameras for the 47th, 50th and 52nd Police Precincts; $100,00 each.

District 11

$300,000

EducationFunded
HVAC System and Wiring for P.S. 81

New HVAC system and wiring for P.S. 81 in the cafeteria.

P.S. 81, 5550 Riverdale Avenue

$400,000

EducationFunded
$35,000 Tech Grants for 8 Schools in the District

Laptop carts and Smart Boards for: Discovery High School, Ampark 344, P.S. 16, P.S. 20, P.S. 94, P.S./M.S. 95, M.S. 280 and P.S. 340.

District 11

$280,000

& CommunityArtsCultureFunded
Accessible Bathrooms for Disabled Patrons

Library’s bathrooms would be renovated to make them accessible to patrons with disabilities.

Riverdale Library- 5540 Mosholu Avenue

$500,000

Public SafetyFunded
NYPD Cameras

Install 8 NYPD Cameras in City Council District 15. The cameras provide video feeds directly to local police precincts.

Throughout City Council District 15

$280,000

Parks & RecreationFunded
Tree Guards

Install 30 metal guards to protect trees that have been recently installed by the Department of Parks.

Throughout City Council District 15

$36,000

EducationFunded
P.S. 54 Jungle Gym

Install a jungle gym in the yard of P.S. 54.

2703 Webster Avenue

$250,000

EducationFunded
Laptops in Schools

Provide a laptop cart with 30 laptops for local schools: Fordham High School for Arts, M.S. 45, P.S. 32, P.S. 163, P.S. 52, FDA V and TAPCO

Local Schools

$245,000

EducationFunded
Smartboards in Schools

Install Smartboards in local schools: Fordham High School for the Arts,M.S. 45, P.S. 59, P.S. 32, P.S. 163, P.S. 57, FDA V and TAPCO.

Local Schools

$168,000

ArtsCulture and Community FacilitiesFunded
Bronx River Art Center Theater Equipment

Purchase theater equipment for BRAC, including: computers, audio equipment, visual equipment and software.

1087 East Tremont Avenue

$35,000

HousingFunded
Lighting at NYCHA Highbridge Gardens Houses

Adding lighting to this NYCHA development will brighten the walk paths and serve as a deterrent to criminal activity.

1065, 1075, 1095, 1125, 1145 University Avenue

$500,000

EducationFunded
Laptop Carts for 5 Local Schools in District 16

2 laptops carts for P.S. 311, P.S. 294, P.S. 11, I.S. 219 and Family Life Academy Charter School will enhance students’ education.

P.S. 311, P.S. 294, P.S. 11, I.S. 219, FLACS

$350,000

EducationFunded
Smartboards for 3 Local Schools in District 16

8 Smartboards for P.S. 294, P.S. 126 and Bronx School for Law, Government and Justice will enhance the students’ education.

P.S. 294, P.S. 126 and BX School for LGJ

$120,000

Public SafetyFunded
Security Cameras (ARGUS)

Install four overhead ARGUS cameras that will help to monitor and prevent criminal activity.

168th Street and Union Avenue, Longwood

$141,000

EducationFunded
Smart Classrooms for 5 Schools in the South Bronx

This funding would include the purchasing of smart boards, desktops, laptops and printers.

P.S. 75, P.S. 93, P.S. 130, P.S. 217 and P.S. 352

$175, 000

EducationFunded
Playground Improvements for M.S. 302

Funding will be utilized to provide for a complete playground renovation and reconstruction at M.S. 302 in Longwood.

681 Kelly Street

$500,000

EducationFunded
Bathroom Updates

Bathrooms renovations for two facilities in the school building.

730 Bryant Avenue, Hunts Point

$150,00

Public SafetyFunded
NYPD Security Cameras

Fund and install four NYPD security cameras in District 19. These security cameras would enhance crime prevention.

District Wide (At NYPD discretion)

$141,000

EducationFunded
Bayside High School 3,200 Student Locker Project

Installation of 3,200 new student lockers in the cafeteria and basement corridor, providing each student their own locker.

32-24 Corporal Kennedy Street (Bayside)

$650,000

EducationFunded
P.S. 41 Centennial Electrical Upgrade for School

Our 100 year old school requires an electrical upgrade to meet safety standards and support 21st century technologies.

214-43 35th Avenue (Bayside)

$500,000

ArtsCulture & CommunityFunded
Whitestone Library Technology Upgrade

Project would outfit the Whitestone Library meeting room with high-tech smart boards and ADA computers for public use.

151-10 14th Road (Whitestone)

$100,000

Public SafetyFunded
Security Cameras in High-Crime Areas

Installation of 4 NYPD security cameras in needed locations throughout the area to deter crime and make the public feel safer.

Roosevelt Avenue, 37th Avenue and District Wide

$141,000

Parks & RecreationFunded
Workout Station at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park

Adult fitness station to keep out residents healthy and fit!

FMC Park near 111th Street and Baseball Fields

$200,000

EducationFunded
Connect, Learn and Thrive for K-12 Students

24 Promethean interactive boards installed at I.S. 61, P.S. 16 and P.S. 19, Arts and Business high School and PCs and tech for CASA 311.

At 5 Public Schools in School District 24

$225,000

EducationFunded
A SMARTer Future for P.S. 28, 14, 127, 143 and 330

Install 30 newest Promethean interactive boards at 5 Public Schools to aid in a dynamic learning environment.

Corona and East Elmhurst Public Schools

$225,000

ArtsCulture & CommunityFunded
New Family Center and Tech Upgrades at Corona Library

New center would include 10 desktop computers, tables and chairs, 1 projector and white screen and softened floors.

Corona Library- 38-23 104th Street

$200,000

TransitFunded
Bus Countdown Clocks

Clocks will provide real-time travel info making MTA bus transit more efficient. Each clock costs $25,000.

Location TBD in the District

$250,000

Parks & RecreationFunded
New Tree Plantings

Plant new trees and install guards along District 22 streets. Final locations to be determined by the Parks Department.

District Wide

$36,000

EducationFunded
STEM Lab at The Young Women’s Leadership School

Update the current STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Lab ot include more laptops and 3D printers.

23-15 Newtown Avenue

$60,000

ArtsCulture & CommunityFunded
Technology Upgrades for District 22 Libraries

Most of the computer technology is out of date. An update would be very helpful for library staff and patrons.

14-01 Astoria Boulevard and 21-45 31st Street

$125,000

ArtsCulture & CommunityFunded
Solar Panels for Queens Library at Steinway

Aside from the positive impact on the environment, photo-voltaic (PV) solar panels lower electricity costs by up to 60%.

21-45 31st Street

$300,000

ArtsCulture & CommunityFunded
Accessible Entrance for Queens Library at Astoria

Add automatic sliding doors, fix driveway and, if needed, remove steps to benefit seniors and people with disabilities.

14-01 Astoria Boulevard

$250,000

EducationFunded
Courtroom for Benjamin N. Cardozo High School

To begin construction of a fully functioning courtroom in Benjamin N. Cardozo High School.

57-00 223rd Street, Oakland Gardens

$500,000

EducationFunded
Laptop Carts for Local Schools

P.S. 46Q- 2 laptop carts

P.S. 224Q- 1 laptop cart

B-Tech High School- 2 laptop carts

Queens High School of Teaching- 3 laptop carts

P.S. 135Q- 1 laptop cart

P.S. 208Q- 3 laptop carts

P.S. 188Q- 2 laptop carts

Local Schools in Council District 23

$490,000

EducationFunded
Smartboards for Local Schools

P.S. 135Q= 5, P.S./I.S. 208Q= 5, Martin Van Burn High School= 20, P.S. 46Q= 10, P.S. 224Q= 8, Queens High School of Teaching=8 and B-Tech High School=5.

Local Schools in Council District 23

$488,000

TransitFunded
Bus Time Countdown Clocks

This addresses the need to provide groups that cannot rely on our utilize the subway system with in-time bus information.

Throughout District 26

$200,000

EducationFunded
Bathroom Repairs and Upgrades for Schools

Essential repairs, upgrades and efficiency enhancements of 2 restroom facilities needed per school.

P.S. 112- Long Island City, P.S. 12- Woodside, P.S. 199- Sunnyside

$450,000

EducationFunded
Mobile Laptops and Carts for Schools

Project will give mobile laptops and carts to Academy of American Studies, Aviation High School, P.S. 12, P.S. 111, P.S. 112, P.S. 76 and P.S. 166.

Throughout District 26

$700,000

EducationFunded
Water Fountain Installation at P.S. 112

Students do not have regular access to fresh drinking water. The school is in need of 8 water fountains.

P.S. 112- Dutch Kills

$80,000

ArtsCulture & CommunityFunded
Expansion of Teen Space and Technology Upgrade at the Woodside Library

Expanding the meeting room in the teen space at the Woodside Library,and outfitting the room with technology.

54-22 Skillman Avenue, Woodside

$150,000

YouthFunded
Laptops for Classroom Learning (4 Schools)

This bundled project would provide $50,000 to each school to purchase laptops to enhance students’ opportunities: P.S. 118, P.S. 134, P.S. 37 and The Emerson School.

Four Schools in the District

$200,000

Public SafetyFunded
NYPD Safety Cameras

The project will place NYPD security cameras at locations where residents have reported safety concerns.

St. Albans and Jamaica

$150,000

TransitFunded
Bus Countdown Clocks/Real Time Information

This will help seniors and those without access to smart phones to anticipate the arrival of their bus at 10 bus stops.

Q2, Q3, Q4, Q27 and Q110 Routes

$270,000

EducationFunded
Laptops for Classroom Learning (5 Schools)

This bundled project would provide $50,000 to each school to purchase laptops to enhance students’ opportunities: Ben Franklin High School, P.S./I.S. 268, P.S. 176, P.S.  140 and P.S. 95.

Five Schools in the District

$250,000

EducationFunded
Security Cameras for School Safety

Cameras are needed around the perimeter of the building.

P.S. 36, 187-01 Foch Boulevard

$400,000

Funded
Bathroom Renovations

Fully renovate select bathrooms at each of these schools.

PS 139, 220, 99, 206,174, 144

$450,000

EducationFunded
Technology Upgrade

Technology upgrades for the following schools P.S. 139, P.S. 220, P.S. 175, P.S. 196, P.S. 206, P.S. 99, J.H.S. 157, J.H.S. 190 and Forest Hills High School.

$315,000

ArtsCulture & CommunityFunded
Technology Upgrades for Libraries

Updating the technology at the four libraries: Rego Park, Forest Hills, North Forest Hills, Richmond Hill.

District 29 Libraries

$200,000

Parks & RecreationFunded
Exercise Equipment for Juniper Valley Park

Renovate old and outdated exercise equipment in Juniper Valley Park with new equipment that is long-lasting and modern.

Juniper valley Park- Middle Village

$300,000

EducationFunded
Bathroom Renovations for P.S. 71

Renovation to provide safe, working hygienic bathrooms for P.S. 71.

P.S. 71 Forest, 62-85 Forest Avenue, Ridgewood

$190,000

EducationFunded
Tech Improvement for District 30 Schools

Six area schools will receive $80,000 each for technology such as, interactive boards and/or laptop carts.

P.S. 153, P.S. 229, P.S. 88, P.S. 91, P.S. 71 and P.S. 113

$480,000

ArtsCulture & CommunityFunded
Glendale Library Computer and Furniture Upgrades

This project will provide modern computers with versatile computer furniture for the Glendale Library.

Glendale Library, 78-60 73rd Place, Glendale

$40,000

EducationFunded
P.S. 42 Engineering Computer Lab Upgrade

300 3D Licenses, 35 computer stations, 4 screens, 35 headsets, sound stage, green screen and lights, 6 Motion Capture Suites and 6 video recorders.

488 Beach 66th Street, Arverne

$550,000

EducationFunded
Village Academy Tech Upgrade

Tech upgrade for the school’s Career & College Readiness Technology Center. New computers and other tech equipment.

1045 Nameoke Street, Far Rockaway

$250,000

EducationFunded
Village Academy Greenhouse Project

A greenhouse that will use renewable energy and Eco methods to cultivate vegetables, flowers and bedding plants.

1045 Nameoke Street, Far Rockaway

$500,000

EducationFunded
P.S. 132 New Kitchen

Requesting a full kitchen, complete with a stove, fridge, sink and counter space.

132-15 218th Street, Laurelton

$1,000,000

 

TransitFunded
Real Time Bus Clocks

Electronic signs that provide live, up-to-date arrival times at 12 stops along the B62/B32 bus routes.

District Wide

$300,000

HousingFunded
Repair Toddler Playground at Independence Towers

Install new safety surface and replace broken equipment for needed toddler playground.

130 Clymer Street, Independence Towers, Williamsburg

$500,000

EducationFunded
STEM Lab for John Wayne Elementary School

Construction of a STEM lab will allow over 800 students access to new technology. This will prepare them for success.

P.S. 380, 370 Marcy Avenue, Williamsburg

$250,000

EducationFunded
STEAM Lab for Samuel Dupont Elementary School

Pre-K -5th classrooms will be outfitted with new STEAM Labs for teaching and learning. Prepare students for the future.

P.S. 31, 75 Meserole Avenue, Greenpoint

$218,000

EducationFunded
New Electrical AC, Monitor School

Provide upgraded wiring in classrooms for AC units purchased by the school. Cooler classrooms help students learn.

P.S. 110, 124 Monitor Street, Greenpoint

$175,000

EducationFunded
Technology Upgrade for Two Special Needs Schools

Help 165 students on the Autism Spectrum who rely on technology get new laptops to improve their learning experience.

P.S. 231 and P.S. 369, Bed Stuy and Downtown

$250,000

EducationFunded
New Lockers for 13 Classrooms, Robert Fulton School

M.S. 8 has no lockers for students. New lockers would give students a place to put their textbooks and belongings.

M.S. 8, 105 Johnson Street, Downtown Brooklyn

$115,000

HousingFunded
Modernize our Gym at Hope Gardens Community Center

We would like to upgrade the gym by installing hardwood floors and new basketball hoops to support various programming.

422 Central Avenue

$500,000

EducationFunded
Auditorium Facelift at P.S. 147/TYWLS

This project calls for an upgrade to the auditorium that P.S. 147 and The Young Women’s Leadership School share.

325 Bushwick Avenue

$400,000

EducationFunded
Tech. Upgrades at P.S. 319 and EBC High School

Our technology upgrades include new laptops to aid students from Pre-K to the 12th grade in both schools.

360 Keap Street and 1155 Dekalb Avenue

$350,000

EducationFunded
Auditorium Upgrade at P.S. 257

We want to install new chairs, wheelchair access to the stage, a screen and modern light and sounds installations.

60 Cook Street

$250,000

EducationFunded
Mini STEAM Lab at P.S. 239

We are asking for laptops and a STEM cart so that students can learn through the arts, technology and science.

17-15 Weirfield Street

$170,000

StreetsFunded
Safe Routes to School, P.S. 221

Safe Routes helps the streets surrounding schools become safer and reduces pedestrian accidents.

Empire Boulevard Intersection

$300,000

EducationFunded
Science Room and technology Upgrade P.S. 705

The science room upgrade includes a built-in teacher’s station, mobile STEM labs and 3D printer.

443 St. marks Avenue

$350,000

EducationFunded
Running Water for P.S. 241 Science Lab

Create a water line for the science lab in P.S. 241 by installing one non-reactive sink, faucet and taps.

976 President Street

$350,000

StreetsFunded
Smooth Streets for Bed-Stuy and Crown Heights

Resurface streets with major cracks, potholes in parts of Community Boards 8 and 3.

Varies within the district

$250,000

HousingFunded
Sumner Houses Basketball Court Reconstruction

Full reconstruction and resurfacing of basketball court including hoops, netting and bleachers.

Marcus Garvey between Myrtle and Park Avenue

$500,000

EducationFunded
Fitness Initiative #Fitsmart

Basketball court renovations for 2 gyms at M.S. 35, update fitness room, spin bikes, elliptical trainers and aerobics mats.

M.S. 35, 272 Macdonough Street

$77,035

EducationFunded
Technology Expansion #Smarttechkidsz #Techsmart

Smart boards, smart tables, computer tables, computers, laptop carts, laptop bundles and printers for technology upgrade.

P.S. 256, P.S. 289, P.S. 305

$225,000

EducationFunded
STEM Initiative #STEMsmart

STEM robotics lab at Brighter Choice Community School and science cart for P.S. 308.

Brighter Choice Community School and P.S. 308

$275,640

EducationFunded
Carpentry Lab #Buildsmart

Carpentry lab to facilitate high school and technical school carpentry curriculum.

Boys and Girls High School, 1700 Fulton Street

$92,529

Parks and RecreationFunded
Handball Court Renovations

All courts need to be resurfaced. This will provide a safe and playable environment for hundreds of handball players.

Sunset Park, 44th Street and 6th Avenue

$500,000

EducationFunded
Schoolyard Improvement

Repair the track and add a ramp for families to use, making it easier to access the school yard.

P.S. 503/P.S. 506- 330 59th Street

$700,000

EducationFunded
Security Cameras for Children Safety

Installing surveillance cameras outside and within the school will ensure the safety of our children.

P.S. 1- 309 47th Street

$400,000

EducationFunded
Smart Tech for Summit Academy

Teacher resource stations, computers and much needed equipment to improve learning for our diverse children.

Summit academy- 27 Huntington Street

$120,000

EducationFunded
Electrical Upgrade and A.C. Wiring for School’s Gym

Students and community members will be able to enjoy activities and community event with an improved cooling system.

M.S. 821/M.S. 136- 4004 4th Avenue

$400,000

TransitFunded
Realtime Bus Arrival Info near Subway Stops

Install 8 countdown clocks at bus stops near subway exits, to enable informed decisions on transportation choices.

Near F, G, R stops

$200,000

Parks & RecreationFunded
Bring Water to Thomas Cuite Park (“Froggy Park”)

Restore service to only water fountain in playground loved by locals and used heavily by 500 preschoolers from P.S. K280.

11th Avenue and 19th Street, Windsor Terrace

$250,000

EnvironmentFunded
More Street Trees Throughout the District

Add 35 trees with guards to provide shade and beautify the neighborhoods, especially where few or no trees exist.

Streets in Kensington, Gowanus, Borough Park

$70,000

EducationFunded
Repavement of P.S. 130 Schoolyard

Yard in dire need of new pavement/drainage. Floods and ice are big safety issues. The yard is school’s only gym space.

P.S. 130 Lower School, 70 Ocean Parkway, Kensington

$500,000

EducationFunded
A/C for Sweltering P.S. 230 Cafeteria

large school seeks to make 3,400 sq-ft cafeteria bearable to enable year-round use as educational and community space.

P.S. 230, 1 Albemarle Road, Kensington

$300,000

EducationFunded
FabLab for M.S. 442 Project-Based STEM Learning

Wiring upgrade to support innovative FabLab with 3D printer, laser cutter and other equipment to develop tech savvy kids.

M.S. 442, 500 19th Street, Windsor Terrace

$200,000

ArtsCulture & CommunityFunded
CHiPS Mobile Showers for Homeless Neighbors

The CHiPS soup kitchen will purchase a two-stall shower trailer that provides our neediest neighbors access to hygiene.

In front of CHiPS building, 200 4th Avenue

$59,560

Parks & RecreationFunded
New Play Yard for Ditmas Park

Renovate the cracked and often flooded asphalt lot, to create a safer and more engaging public space for families.

P.S. 139, 330 Rugby at Cortelyou

$500,000

EnvironmentFunded
Trees for Rogers Avenue

These 4 blocks have only 7 trees! More trees help clean the air on this bus route and keep street cooler in summer heat.

Rogers Avenue, Midwood to Winthrop

$39,900

EducationFunded
Technology Upgrades

Teacher resource station, computer and much needed equipment to improve learning for diverse, often immigrant, children.

P.S. 217, 1100 Newkirk Avenue at Coney Island Avenue

$250,000

EducationFunded
A.C. for High Needs Schools

Install air conditioning in 46 rooms at these two Title I schools, so students and teachers can focus on learning.

P.S. 92, 601 Parkside and P.S. 139, 330 Rugby

$250,000

YouthFunded
STEM Lab for Brooklyn School of Inquiry

Build a STEM Lab with greenhouse on the public school’s grounds.

50 Avenue P

$500,000

TransitFunded
Street Resurfacing

Street resurfacing for the worst streets in our community.

District-wide

$250,000

TransitFunded
Safe Streets for Seniors

Installation of sidewalk extensions and a way-finding station.

Intersection of New Utrecht, 50 Street and 12th Avenue

$251,200

EducationFunded
STEM Lab at Brooklyn College Academy

New computer stations, mobile workstations, separate areas for lectures and a storage for students to store jackets.

2900 Bedford Avenue, James Hall #1311

$100,000

EducationFunded
Technology Upgrade at P.S. 109

A newly renovated and modernized computer lab with new computers, new computer stations to enhance students’ learning.

P.S. 109, 1001 East 45th Street

$150,000

EducationFunded
P.S. 152/315 and Midwood High School Schoolyard Upgrade

maximize recreational space for schoolchildren and community, including new playground, renovated yard and garden upgrade.

Bedford Avenue between Glenwood Road and Campus Road

$500,000

StreetsFunded
Bus Countdown Clocks

Install 5 bus countdown clocks at bus stops in District 47.

Various locations

$100,000

Public SafetyFunded
Security Cameras

NYPD security cameras will be installed in various locations in District 47.

Various locations

$140,000

EducationFunded
P.S. 212 Accessibility

Construct a handicap accessible ramp at P.S. 212.

87 Bay 49th Street

$500,000

EducationFunded
Technology in Schools

Technology funding for public schools.

P.S. 216, I.S. 288, P.S. 101

$100,000

ArtsCulture and Community FacilitiesFunded
Gravesend Library Meeting Room

Upgrades to the public meeting room in Gravesend Library.

303 Avenue X

$300,000

Parks and RecreationFunded
Clove Lakes Park Adult Exercise Equipment

The installation of 5-6 pieces of adult exercise equipment including concrete pads, safety surfacing and signage.

Clove Lakes Park East End

$500,000

EducationFunded
Advanced School Learning Upgrades

Will fund 240 laptops, 12 carts and printers and 1 digital blackboard for 6 schools to provide community tech literacy.

P.S. 16, P.S. 18, P.S. 19, P.S. 31, P.S. 44 and P.S. 78

$415,000