Winning Projects


& CommunityArtsCultureFunded
Renovations for Jefferson Market Library

Jefferson Market Library is one of the busiest libraries in Manhattan with up to 1,000 peopel visiting each year. Funding would go towards renovating the lobby bathroom to make it ADA-compliant.

425 Avenue of the Americas (West Village)

$500,000

Votes: 648

EducationFunded
Bathroom Renovations at Lab School

Students avoid current bathroom issues by waiting until after school and utilizing local restaurants. Project would renovate 2 student bathrooms on each floor and bathrooms adjacent to the cafeteria.

333 West 17th Street (Chelsea)

$560,000

Votes: 594

EducationFunded
P.S. 3 Library Renovations

The library has not been renovated in over a decade. With the technological advances of the last decade, modernizing the library is important in meeting the educational needs of today’s students.

490 Hudson Street (West Village)

$35,000

Votes: 533

Parks and RecreationFunded
New Park for the Community

Transform the vacant lot on West 20th Street into a new public park for the community. Project would go towards demolishing the former Department of Sanitation building and environmental clean up.

136 West 20th Street (Chelsea)

$200,000

Votes: 1,342

Parks and RecreationFunded
Revitalization of Chelsea Waterside Park

Chelsea has very limited green park space. The project would bring residents into this underused park by creating an interactive garden for local children, focusing on ethnobotany and native plants.

11th Avenue between West 22nd Street and West 24th Street (Chelsea)

$85,000

Votes: 758

StreetsFunded
Pedestrian Safety: Raised Crosswalks

Help prevent further crashes, death and injuries for pedestrians by installing a speed table at a notoriously dangerous crosswalk at West 45th Street and 9th Avenue.

West 45th Street and 9th Avenue (Hell’s Kitchen)

$250,000

Votes: 532

StreetsFunded
Sidewalk Repair/Replacement

The sidewalk on West 26th Street between 9th and 10th Avenues is in desperate need of repair. It has become difficult to walk, push carriages and wheelchairs on the sidewalk.

Chelsea-Elliot Houses (Chelsea)

$50,000

Votes: 578

EducationFunded
Rooftop Recreation for P.S. 151

Create a necessary outdoor play space on the roof with the opportunity to add a greenhouse and Edible School Yard for P.S. 151.

421 East 88th Street (Upper East Side)

$500,000

Votes: 754

EducationFunded
Green Roof for P.S./I.S. 217

Build a green roof for environmental education at P.S./I.S. 217.

645 Main Street (Roosevelt Island)

$500,000

Votes: 845

artCulture and Community FacilitiesFunded
Mobile Food Pantry for WSCAH

Purchasing a specialized van to serve as a food pantry to provide food and social services to those in need. The van will be operated and maintained by the West Side Campaign Against Hunger.

263 West 86th Street (WSCAH HQ) (district Wide)

$250,000

Votes: 1,163

EducationFunded
Turf Athletic Field at MLK High School

Initial design for the construction of an 11,000 square foot illuminated, artificial turf athletic field. It will serve as practice space for multiple school sports teams and for community sport programs.

Martin Luther King Jr. Campus- 122 Amsterdam Avenue on 65th Street

$300,000

Votes: 781

Parks & RecreationFunded
Hudson Greenway Bike Safety Improvements

Implementation of safety measures to separate the path on the popular Hudson River Greenway into cyclist and pedestrian routes in order to decrease congestion and promote safety.

Greenway from 72nd Street to 84th Street (Riverside Park)

$200,000

Votes: 873

StreetsFunded
Countdown Clocks at Crosstown Bus Stops

Installing Real Time Passenger Information Clocks at east-bound crosstown at the 96th, 86th, 79th and 66th Street bus stop stations to improve public transportation experience.

96th, 86th, 79th and 66th Streets (District Wide)

$240,000

Votes: 840

Parks & RecreationFunded
Basketball Court Repair at Playground

Make crucial surface repairs to basketball courts and playground area. This playground is used by neighborhood children and students from P.S. 125, Columbia Secondary School and Kipp Starr.

Morningside Avenue and West 123rd Street (Morningside Heights)

$500,000

Votes: 823

Parks & RecreationFunded
Public Greenhouse in Hamilton Heights

This project will fund a greenhouse in Frank White Memorial Garden that will incorporate innovative garden projects like composting systems, hydroponics and sustainable activities.

506 West 143rd Street (Hamilton Heights)

$50,000

Votes: 679

Parks & RecreationFunded
Planting Sidewalk Trees

Planting new street trees and installing tree guards. 50 new trees and guards around grant Houses and 50 new trees and guards between Riverside Drive and Broadway from 130th Street to 139th Street.

Grant Houses and 130th Streets (Harlem and Morningside Heights)

$300,000

Votes: 723

HousingFunded
Grant Houses Playground Repair

Major playground renovations and repairs to beautify and allow for better use of a play area utilized by the 4,500 residents who rely on the space for play and exercise.

125th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue (Morningside Heights)

$450,000

Votes: 695

EducationFunded
School Technology Upgrades

Technology upgrades for the Academy of Applied Math and Technology, South Bronx Preparatory School, P.S. 161 and International Community High School.

Bronx- Mott Haven and Longwood

$400,000

Votes: 998

EducationFunded
Air Conditioning at Bronx Schools

Installation of 1 air conditioning system at 345 Brooke Avenue for schools X343, X224 and X334. Installation of 1 air conditioning system for P.S. 161X.

628 Tinton Avenue, 345 Brook Avenue (Bronx- Mott Haven and Longwood)

$500,000

Votes: 786

ArtsCulture and Community FacilitiesFunded
Boys & Girls Harbor: Renovate Playground

Revitalize entire playground; install new basketball courts with standard basketball equipment, softer surfacing and small seating and eating area.

1 East 104th Street (El Barrio/East Harlem)

$275,000

Votes: 844

ArtsCulture and Community FacilitiesFunded
125 Street Library: ADA Ramp

Replace current detachable ramp with a permanent, concrete and ADA-compliant ramp.

224 East 125th Street (El Barrio/East Harlem)

$500,000

Votes: 963

HousingFunded
Wilson Houses: Renovate Basketball Court

Renovation to basketball court.

405 East 105th Street (El Barrio/East Harlem)

$375,000

Votes: 1,095

Parks & RecreationFunded
Highbridge Community Garden

A Community food garden! People working together growing crops from seed to harvest results in neighborhood pride, ownership, education, benefits of physical activity and we get fresh healthy food.

Highbridge Park- South of Pool

$200,000

Votes: 531

Parks & RecreationFunded
Outdoor Fitness Center

Free exercise equipment provide community health: pull-up bars, rings, jump boxes, chest press, leg extensions & more! Get out in the sun, get moving and take in the inspiring view of the GW Bridge!

Dyckman Fields, Hudson River

$100,000

Votes: 585

EducationFunded
WHEELS Playground Installation

WHEELS Elementary has recess in a fenced concrete yard which will be transformed by this proposal to a playground with a safe surface, structure and hoops. Support our children and neighborhood school.

511 West 182nd Street

$500,000

Votes: 537

 

EducationFunded
Dos Puentes/ P.S. 132 Playground

This is a co-located school without a playground, giving no safe area to hold recess. New fencing and a play structure will help to provide for two safe areas for kids to play!

185 Wadsworth Avenue

$400,000

Votes: 483

EducationFunded
P.S. 8 Auditorium Renovation

Replace outdated seating in auditorium, which is almost 60 years old. Performances and community meetings are held in the auditorium throughout the year.

3010 Briggs Avenue (Bedford Park)

$450,000

Votes: 366

EducationFunded
M.S./H.S. 141 Auditorium Renovation

Upgrade 55 year old auditorium used by 1,400 students and several other community organizations. Installation of new stage drapes and replacements of wooden seats in disrepair.

660 West 237th Street (Riverdale)

$375,000

Votes: 659

EducationFunded
P.S. 24 Technology Expansion

Purchase of two computer carts consisting of 36 laptop units each. Computer technology is necessary to address current curriculum and prepare students for future subject matter and college readiness.

600 West 236th Street (Riverdale)

$70,000

Votes: 501

EducationFunded
Spuyen Duyvil Playground Renovation

Reconstruct existing wading pool as an accessible spray shower and install new pavement, fencing, seating, planting and utilities.

Douglas Avenue and West 235th Street (Riverdale)

$400,000

Votes: 412

TransitFunded
Bus Countdown Clocks

Commuters wait for long lengths of time without knowing when the next bus will arrive. Bus countdown clocks will alert riders as to how many stops away the next bus is.

Bx1, Bx10, Bx16, Bx26, Bx34 (Throughout District 11)

$120,000

Votes: 591

& CommunityArtsCultureFunded
Van Cortlandt Library Roof Replacement

The current roof is outdated and causes leaks in the library. A new roof will prevent additional water damage to the facility.

3874 Sedgwick Avenue (Van Cortlandt Village)

$300,000

Votes: 404

& CommunityArtsCultureFunded
Mosholu Library Window Replacement

New windows and frames for the library will help insulate the facility during the summer and winter months and protect from potential water damage.

285 East 205th Street (Norwood)

$300,000

Votes: 389

EducationFunded
Air Conditioning for Public Schools

Install air conditioning units at several public schools in District 15 including: P.S. 28, P.S. 32 and P.S. 9. These units would keep classrooms cool in the warmer months.

$145,000

Votes: 1,236

EducationFunded
Security Cameras for Public Schools

Install security camera systems on the exteriors of KAPPA III and M.S. 391. This would allow staff to monitor the exterior of each school.

$80,000

Votes: 1,352

Public SafetyFunded
NYPD Security Cameras

Place 9 New York City Police Department security cameras throughout District 15. Security cameras provide video feeds directly to local police precincts.

Throughout District 15

$315,000

Votes: 1,288

Parks & RecreationFunded
Bronx Park Improvements

Renovations and enhancements throughout Bronx Park, north of Pelham Parkway.

Bronx Park East

$450,000

Votes: 1,323

TransitFunded
Bus Countdown Clocks

Install displays at 4 bus stops, which will provide a countdown clock for the arrival of MTA buses.

Transportation Hubs

$80,000

Votes: 935

EducationFunded
Bayside High School Music Studio

Project will create a state-of-the-art music studio for Bayside High School, which currently has 350 students in the “Career and Technical Education” music production and performance program.

32-24 Corporal Kennedy Street (Bayside)

$400,000

Votes: 1,430

EducationFunded
P.S. 169 Auditorium Upgrade

Project would replace lighting, curtains, sound system and seating in the P.S. 169 auditorium, which is shared with Bell Academy. Uses include after school, summer and community programs.

18-25 212th Street (Bay Terrace)

$400,000

Votes: 1,041

EducationFunded
P.S. 159 Technology Upgrade

Project would allow P.S. 159 to acquire smart boards for classrooms and laptops for school community use. This upgrade will help enhance instruction and allow students greater learning opportunities.

205-01 33rd Avenue (Bayside)

$90,000

Votes: 934

Public SafetyFunded
Three NYPD Security Cameras

Project would fund NYPD security cameras in District 19. These security cameras would enhance crime prevention, provide a sense of security in public areas and establish surveillance in remote areas.

District 19 (At NYPD discretion)

$105,000

Votes: 880

EducationFunded
P.S. 307Q Pioneer Academy Smart Boards

This project is a request to purchase 31 new smart boards for P.S. 307Q. Many of the school’s existing smart boards are broken.

40-20 100th Street (Corona)

$186,000

Votes: 855

Public SafetyFunded
Community Police Cameras

Community police cameras will help provide a sense of safety while helping to monitor the community and any potential crimes.

50-04 102nd Street (Corona)

$200,000

Votes: 363

Parks & RecreationFunded
More Trees & Green Areas in LeFrak City

This project will add more trees and greenery for residents to enjoy, and be able to learn and appreciate nature. The area is located on 57th Street between Junction Boulevard and 99th Street.

59-17 Junction Boulevard (LeFrak City)

$150,000

Votes: 312

Parks & RecreationFunded
New Lighting at East Elmhurst Playground

This community playground will receive updated lighting, allowing for a safer playing experience for children.

98-18 25th Avenue (East Elmhurst)

$200,000

Votes: 309

Parks & RecreationFunded
Better Lighting at Junction Playground

Increased lighting at Junction Playground will make this playground a safer place for children to play and enjoy. This upgrade would decrease dark areas plagued by poor lighting.

Corona Avenue and 34th Avenue (Corona)

$200,000

Votes: 362

EducationFunded
I.S. 126 Playground

Transformation of I.S. 26’s parking lot into a recreational playground for the school and the entire community.

31-51 21 Street (Astoria)

$500,000

Votes: 715

EducationFunded
Public School District Wide Tech Upgrade

Technology upgrades of $35,000 each for the following schools: P.S. 84, P.S. 122, P.S. 234, I.S. 235, P.S. 17, P.S. 2 and I.S. 41.

District Wide (Astoria)

$245,000

Votes: 825

Parks & RecreationFunded
Dog Run in Astoria

Turn Triborough Lot C under the RFK Bridge in Astoria into a dog run.

Hoyt Avenue between 23rd Street and 24th Street (Astoria)

$500,000

Votes: 774

Parks & RecreationFunded
Fitness Equipment at Alley Pond Park

Fitness stations with new exercise equipment at two locations within the park: Winchester Boulevard and Union Turnpike, Bellerose; and Springfield Boulevard and 73rd avenue, Oakland Gardens

$450,000

Votes: 1,065

EducationFunded
Gym Renovations at Two High Schools

Benjamin N. Cardozo High School, 57-00 223rd Street- new rubberized floor and equipment for the weight training room.

Martin Van Buren High School, 230-17 Hillside Avenue- new bleachers and basketball hoops for the gym.

$300,000

Votes: 973

EducationFunded
Technology Upgrades at Nine School Sites

A combination of desktops, laptops and printers for P.S. 18Q, P.S. 26Q, P.S. 115Q, P.S. 188Q, P4 at P.S. 179Q and P.S. 213Q, Queens High School of Teaching, P.S. 811Q at QHST and Main Building, Marathon Parkway

$455,000

Votes: 1,146

Arts Culture & Community FacilitiesFunded
Woodside Library Accessibility

ADA-compliant push buttons for the Woodside Library. Currently, physically handicapped community members cannot enter the Woodside Library without the assistance of the staff.

54-22 Skillman Avenue (Woodside)

$50,000

Votes: 189

Arts Culture & Community FacilitiesFunded
Sunnyside Library Accessibility

ADA-compliant push button for Sunnyside Library. Currently, physically handicapped community members cannot enter the Sunnyside Library without the assistance of the staff.

43-06 Greenpoint Avenue (Sunnyside)

$50,000

Votes: 214

Arts Culture & Community FacilitiesFunded
Senior Van- Jacob Riis Settlement House

Ten-person van for the Jacob Riis Settlement House for seniors. The seniors at Jacob Riis need this van for transportation to and from senior programs.

Jacob Riis Settlement House (Queensbridge)

$55,000

Votes: 324

EducationFunded
Technology Upgrades for P.S./I.S. 78

Purchase the following updated technological equipment for P.S./I.S. 78: 3 smart boards (for Pre-K), 2 laptop carts (60 laptops).

48-09 Center Boulevard, Long Island City

$75,000

Votes: 157

HousingFunded
Playground Upgrade at Queensbridge

Replacement of rubber matting on playground in five jungle gym areas within the development.

Queensbridge Houses

$500,000

Votes: 249

TransitFunded
Long Island City Bikeway

Elements of a bike path exist already, an improved safe and reliable bike way system would increase the level of bike sue, reduce cars using path for parking and enhance the neighborhood.

Long Island City

$500,000

Votes: 330

TransitFunded
Real Time Passenger Information

Bus time countdown clocks in locations around the 26th District.

City Council District 26

$100,000

Votes: 180

Parks & RecreationFunded
Woodside Reforestry

Variety of NYC Parks Department- approved trees planted in tree pits on both sides of Broadway in Woodside.

49th Street- 69th Street, Woodside

$200,000

Votes: 186

Arts Culture and Community FacilitiesFunded
Roy Wilkins Park Enhancement

Enhancement of existing outdoor performance space at Roy Wilkins Park for programming such as readings or small concerts.

177-01 Baisley Boulevard

$450,000

Votes: 1,108

 

Arts Culture and Community FacilitiesFunded
Upgrade Jamaica Performing Arts Center

Equipment purchases and repairs to upgrade the sound and lighting systems in the theater.

153-10 Jamaica Avenue

$120,000

Votes: 995

StreetsFunded
Road Resurfacing

Several major thoroughfares in the district are in need of immediate repairs in order to protect vehicles and pedestrians.

TBD by Community Boards 12 & 13

$400,000

Votes: 840

EducationFunded
York Early College Academy

Purchase 13 smart boards with an overhead projector and one laptop cart.

108-35 167th Street

Votes: 579

EducationFunded
Technology Upgrades at I.S. 59

Funds will purchase 10 smart boards and an overhead projector.

132-55 Ridgedale Street

$60,000

Votes: 619

TransportationFunded
On the Go! Real-Time Subway Information

Receive a real-time subway status information, a countdown for the nest scheduled train, station service advisories and much more.

71st Avenue/Kew gardens/63rd Drive, District Wide

$91,000

Votes: 676

Public SafetyFunded
Security Cameras

Install 10 new ARGUS cameras to monitor crimes, making the neighborhood a safer place.

District Wide

$350,000

Votes: 698

EducationFunded
Staying Cool in School

The funds for this project will be allocated towards electrical upgrades so that air condition systems an be placed in common spaces (such as cafeterias and libraries) in our schools.

P.S. 139, P.S. 175, P.S. 99

$675,000

Votes: 591

EducationFunded
Sound and Projection System

The students and members of the community will be able to have shows and workshops in the auditorium, which will have new lighting, curtains, sound system and projector.

143-10 Springfield Boulevard, Springfield Education Complex

$525,000

Votes: 1,614

YouthFunded
Music Studio

I.S. 231 has a high population of low income families and students, which means they need added inspiration and motivation. Adding a music studio to their school will boost morale.

145-00 Springfield Gardens, Springfield Gardens

$300,000

Votes: 1,031

Parks and RecreationFunded
Installation of Reading and Chess Area

Brookville Park and Springfield Gardens Park are requesting reading gardens to facilitate the opportunities for visitors and residents of the local communities to sit, read and enjoy rounds of chess.

Springfield Gardens- Brookville, Springfield Gardens

$400,000

Votes: 945

EducationFunded
Technology Upgrades at Local Schools

Technology upgrades at: P.S. 90 Horace Mann, P.S. 97 Forest Park, P.S. 66 Jacqueline Kennedy ONassis, P.S. 306 NYC Academy for Discovery.

$300,000

Votes: 465

EducationFunded
Auditorium Upgrade

Full renovation of the auditorium at P.S. 64.

82-01 101st Avenue, Ozone Park

$300,000

Votes:273

Memorial and Public SpaceFunded
9/11 Memorial- Forest Park

Refurbishment of the 9/11 Memorial in Forest Park.

$250,000

Votes: 239

Public SafetyFunded
Emergency Call Boxes in Forest Park

Installation of Emergency Call Boxes throughout Forest Park to improve safety.

$140,000

Votes: 312

Arts Culture and Community FacilitiesFunded
Library Upgrades

Money to go towards full interior renovations at Richmond Hill Library and for technology and security upgrades at Ozone Park Library.

$200,000

Votes: 326

StreetsFunded
Safer Pedestrian Crossings on Meeker Avenue

This high-speed corridor has seen 3 fatalities and 104 serious injuries in the last 3 years. Sidewalk extensions will be installed at 3 intersections to decrease crossing distances and increase safety.

Lorimer, Manhattan and Graham Avenues; Greenpoint and Williamsburg

$300,000

Votes: 700

HousingFunded
NYCHA Playground/Active Space Renovation

Independence Towers and Wyckoff Gardens: The ball courts and playgrounds at these neighborhood play areas have damaged equipment and falling apart fences. Help give these neighborhood spaces a lift!

114 Taylor Street and 185 Nevins Street, South Williamsburg and Gowanus

$500,000

Votes: 856

EducationFunded
Community Tech Library and Media Center

This proposal calls for a state of the art computer lab shared with the library. It includes premier technology for media and offers workshops, classes and special events for the community.

207 Bushwick Avenue

$300,000

Votes: 1,086

EducationFunded
Environmental Upgrade to P.S. 19

Additions to playground: lights, benches and a green wall to absorb pollution from the BQE; a fence to separate the children’s playground, a rain water garden and outdoor classroom facilities.

325 South 3rd Street

$400,000

Votes: 1,103

HousingFunded
Playground Renovation

This playground is in serious need of a renovation. This project would include replacing old sprinklers with water efficient sprinklers, new basketball rims, blacktops for the courts and new benches.

Williamsburg Houses

$300,000

Votes: 684

EducationFunded
Technology for Schools

Improving access to technology for nine neighborhood schools that serve diverse communities: P.S. 1, M.S. 88, P.S. 676, P.S. 105, P.S. 310, P.S. 69 and New Voices Middle School.

All across the district

$965,000

Votes: 3,299

EducationFunded
P.S. 503/P.S. 506 Playground Lighting

Install proper lighting to illuminate the school yards on weekdays and weekends.

330 59th Street, Sunset Park

$400,000

Votes: 3,123

EducationFunded
Expansion of Exit Doors at P.S. 169

The door expansion of the 44th Street and 7th Avenue entrance will improve safety as students enter and leave the school and improve efficiency in a school with over 1,600 students.

44th Street and 7th Avenue, Sunset Park

$75,000

Votes: 3,031

EducationFunded
Bathroom Renovations

The full renovation of the early childhood bathrooms at P.S. 15 and full renovations of all student and staff bathrooms at P.S. 94 to maintain hygiene of the schools.

71 Sullivan Street and 5010 6th Avenue, Red Hook and Sunset Park

$400,000

Votes: 2,860

Parks & RecreationFunded
Outdoor Fitness Equipment

Install fitness equipment outside of the Sunset Recreational Center to promote fitness and appeal to people of all fitness levels.

Sunset Park

$500,000

Votes: 2,776

ArtsCulture & CommunityFunded
Technology for Local Arts Non-Profits

New computers, projectors and storage servers for three well-established, local non-profits- Groundswell, Reelworks and Rooftop Films- to benefit the arts education of undeserved youth.

Gowanus

$90,000

Votes: 1,027

 

EducationFunded
A/C for P.S. 124 Cafeteria (Title 1 School)

The below-ground cafeteria is plagued by heat from open kitchen and poor circulation. The space is unbearably hot spring thru fall. The school hosts summer programs and the space is used year round.

515 4th Avenue (13th- 14th Streets), Park Slope

$200,000

Votes: 1,442

EducationFunded
P.S.146/M.S. 448 Innovative Gym Renovation

BNS/BCS serves 1,400 children. 50% qualify for free lunch. 30% have disabilities. Overcrowding is an issue. Renovation of a room (currently not usable) allows for physical fitness, yoga, dance, etc.

610 Henry Street (3rd Place- 4th Place), Carroll Gardens

$225,000

Votes: 1,200

EducationFunded
P.S 179 Auditorium Renovation

A Title 1 school with 1,000 students; 45% are English Language Learners. The renovation would make a decrepit auditorium functional with a wireless sound system, new curtains and a refurbished stage.

202 Avenue C (East 2nd Street- East 3rd Street), Kensington

$230,000

Votes: 1,196

EnvironmentFunded
Make Union Street & 9th Street Greener

A green corridor taking shape along Union Street will be extended between Bond and 4th Avenue. Bioswales will capture storm water and create habitat. Pending geotechnical study, 9th Street will also be greened this way.

Union Street and 9th Street, Bond- 4th Avenue, Gowanus

$150,000

Votes: 1,100

Parks & RecreationFunded
New Drainage along Path in Prospect Park

Fix flooding along path near Dongan oak Monument by excavating the area, reconstructing catch basins and installing new drainage. This is a popular area for runners and pedestrians along East Drive.

Between Battle Pass and the Zoo, Prospect Park

$200,000

Votes: 997

StreetsFunded
Four Safer Intersection on Hicks Street

Augment an existing project to make painted curb extensions permanent with concrete, at four high-crash intersections: Kane, Sackett, Union and Summit Streets. Improve pedestrian and traffic safely.

Hicks Street between Kane and Summit Streets, Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens

$300,000

Votes: 1,077

StreetsFunded
Street Repair and Resurfacing

Potholes, street caves and ridges can cause major damage to both cars and pedestrians. These funds will go towards fixing the worst streets.

To be Determined by the DOT, District Wide

$200,000

Votes: 1,555

StreetsFunded
Beautify Boro Park

Planting 100 new tree throughout Boro Park to beautify the neighborhood.

To Be Determined by the DOT, Borough Park

$170,000

Votes: 1,110

TransitFunded
B11 Bus Time Signs

Electronic signs will be installed along the B11 and B6 lines to inform passengers of the next bus’ arrival. The Department of Transportation will install 10 signs along the B11 route.

To Be Determined by the DOT, District Wide

$200,000

Votes: 1,395

Arts Culture and Community FacilitiesFunded
New OHEL Headquarters

Funding for the new OHEL headquarters to be located on Avenue M. This will serve as the main campus for the well-respected charity and allow for expanded community services to families and residents.

East 14th Street and Avenue M, Midwood

$500,000

Votes: 1,040

Arts Culture and Community FacilitiesFunded
Technology & Media Space- Rugby Library

Technology space to be incorporated into the schematic of the youth section of the branch renovation plan. Includes computers, printer/3D printer and wiring for technology.

1000 Utica Avenue, District Wide

$35,000

Votes: 453

StreetsFunded
Safe Neighborhood Streets

There is a safety concern on East 59th Street and Glenwood Road in the form of a damaged sidewalk. Help us to protect the humans and animals who travel down that street.

59th Street near Glenwood Road, Street near Glenwood Housing

$40,000

Votes: 457

EducationFunded
Smart Boards for Smart Children

Install smart boards to the Kurt Hahn School in Tilden High School Campus to decrease the digital divide for 338 students and increase their chances for success.

5800 Tilden Avenue

$100,000

Votes: 321

EducationFunded
A Room With a View

Improve experience for 534 youth and adults. Replace 50 year old seats, which are in poor condition, add seating for disabled and people in wheelchairs and replace curtain on the stage and windows.

4801 Avenue D

$342,000

Votes: 654

EducationFunded
Improve Our Restrooms

Repair 4 adult and 4 youth bathrooms. Repair these 8 spaces and move the radiators in the 4 youth bathrooms to make them less accessible to children. This will increase the safety of 468 children.

4801 Avenue D

$150,000

Votes: 648

EducationFunded
Tech Upgrade- I.S. 285

Installing computers will address the lack of access to innovative learning resources at I.S. 285. Computers will be accessible to all students and benefit their learning experience.

5909 Beverly Road

$35,000

Votes: 362

EducationFunded
Computers for Job Readiness and Placement

This job readiness and job placement program will help reduce unemployment and underemployment in the 45th District for 20 neighbors at a time via these desktop computers.

1401 Flatbush Avenue, Suite 203

$36,025

Votes: 481

EducationFunded
Technology in Schools

Funds will be used for technology upgrades in P.S. 128, P.S. 101 and P.S./I,S, 228.

District Wide

$225,000

Votes: 383

StreetsFunded
Coney island Street Repairs

Money will be allocated to resurface streets in the Coney Island area.

$400,000

Votes: 549

StreetsFunded
Coney Island Hospital Bus Stop Improvements

Funds will be used to reconfigure the bus stop at Coney Island Hospital to improve safety.

Ocean Parkway and Avenue Z, Gravesend

$500,000

Votes: 396