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Bedford Stuyvesant Beautiful/Central Brooklyn Civic Association
Bedford Stuyvesant Beautiful works to educate and support the community in improving aesthetics and cleanliness in public spaces and more broadly at collecting and disseminating literature on the cultural heritage of the neighborhood.
Website: Phone: 718.789.9177
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Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation
Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation (Restoration), the nation's first community development organization, partners with area residents and businesses to improve the quality of life in long-blighted areas of Central Brooklyn. Our goals are to attract investment, improve the business climate, foster the economic self-sufficiency of families, enhance family stability, and promote the arts and culture. Through these activities, we seek to spur resident's economic stability and transform Central Brooklyn into a safe, vibrant place to live, work and visit.
Website: www.restorationplaza.org Phone: 718-636-6900
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Bedford, Barrow, Commerce Block Association, Inc.
The Bedford Barrow Commerce Block Association (BBC) is the oldest and largest block association in Manhattan.
Website: https://bbcblockassociation.com/ Phone: 212-741-9662
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Bensonhurst West End Community Council
The Bensonhurst West End Community Council acts as a guardian of the community, to protect and better the quality of life for residents, merchants, and children.
Website: Phone: 718-946-0234
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Boerum Hill Association
The Boerum Hill Association, a volunteer organization of residents of Boerum Hill, seeks to preserve and enhance the unique qualities of our neighborhood through advocacy, education and community building.
Website: boerumhillassociation.org/ Phone: 718-625-4073
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Bowery Alliance of Neighbors
The Bowery Alliance of Neighbors is a nonprofit grassroots organization working to protect residents, small businesses, the neighborhood and the historic character of the Bowery.
Website: boweryalliance.org/ Phone: 631-901-5435
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Breaking Ground
Breaking Ground’s mission is to strengthen individuals, families and communities by developing and sustaining exceptional supportive and affordable housing as well as programs for homeless and other vulnerable New Yorkers.
Website: http://www.breakingground.org/ Phone: 212-389-9300
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BRIC
BRIC presents programs in contemporary art, performing arts, and video that reflect the creativity and diversity of Brooklyn. BRIC also advances and nurtures emerging voices and works-in-progress by local artists and media makers. BRIC supports open access to arts and media by making programs available without charge or at very low cost, through education and public programs, and by enabling and amplifying individual and community voices.
Website: https://www.bricartsmedia.org/ Phone: 718-683-5600
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Brighton Neighborhood Association
Brighton Neighborhood Association seeks to maintain the quality of life of Brighton Beach by preserving its unique characteristics as well as assisting it in becoming a viable community for the 21st century. BNA recognizes that the need for preservation and rehabilitation of the old world housing stock is essential for the stability of our community, and that those of us residing in the community should have a decent place to reside. Secondly, there is a need for a neighborhood free of crime. Thirdly, a healthy social environment where our diversity can be celebrated is essential for the well-being of Brighton Beach residents and visitors.
Website: www.brightonbeach.com Phone: 718.891.0800
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Broad Channel Civic Association
Our mission is to document and preserve the history of Broad Channel, often referred to as the “Venice” of New York.
Website: broadchannelcivic.org/ Phone: 718-474-1127
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Broadway-Flushing Homeowners' Association, Inc.
An organization of homeowners that was founded to maintain the superb residential character of the Broadway-Flushing neighborhood. BFHA was established in 1964, mainly to protect our R1-2 zoning and maintain the area. Their focuses include zoning, maintenance, protection, membership, beautification, and hospitality.
Website: http://broadwayflushing.org/ Phone:
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Bronx Community Board 1
Bronx Community Board 1 seeks to act as the voice and advocate for the residents of the district and to ensure the proper delivery of government services to the constituents in the areas we serve of Mott Haven, Melrose and Port Morris.
Website: www.nyc.gov/html/bxcb1/html/contact_bronx_cb1/contact.shtml Phone: 718.585.7117
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Bronx Community Board 10
Bronx Community Board #10 is one of the largest Board service areas in the Borough of the Bronx. Community Board #10 has seven standing committees focusing on economic development, health and human services, housing and zoning, municipal services, parks and recreation, planning and budget, and youth services.
Website: www.nyc.gov/html/bxcb10/html/home/home.shtml Phone: 718.829.1161
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Bronx Community Board 11
The Board plays an important advisory role in land use and rezoning matters, on-premise consumption liquor licenses and street activity permits. It is also responsible for identifying community needs as a part of the City's budget process.
Website: www.nyc.gov/html/bxcb11/html/home/home.shtml Phone: 718.892.6262
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Bronx Community Board 12
Bronx Community Board 12 is responsible for implementing procedures to improve the delivery of City services.
Website: www.nyc.gov/html/bxcb12/html/home/home.shtml Phone: 718.881.4455
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Bronx Community Board 2
Our community board proudly serves Hunts Point, Longwood and portions of the Morrisania neighborhoods. We are devoted to the public safety, health and wellness of the entire community district.
Website: http://bxcb2.org/ Phone: 718.328.9125
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Bronx Community Board 3
The Bronx Community Board 3 serves the communities of Crotona Park, Claremont Village, Concourse Village, Morrisania, and Woodstock.
Website: www.bronxmall.com/commboards/cd3.html Phone: 718.378.8054
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Bronx Community Board 4
Community Board 4, the Capital District, is made up of the following Bronx neighborhoods: Mt. Eden, Highbridge, West Concourse, East Concourse, and Concourse Village.
Website: www.nyc.gov/html/bxcb4/html/home/home.shtml Phone: 718.299.0800
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Bronx Community Board 5
Bronx Community Board 5 serves the communities of Fordham, University Heights, Morris Heights and Mount Hope.
Website: www.nyc.gov/html/bxcb5/html/home/home.shtml Phone: 718.364.2030
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Bronx Community Board 6
Bronx Community Board 6 serves the communities of Belmont, Bathgate, West Farms Square and East Tremont.
Website: http://bronxcb6.org/ Phone: 718.579.6990
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Bronx Community Board 7
Bronx Community Board #7 serves the communities of Bedford Park, Fordham, Jerome Park, Kingsbridge Heights, Mosholu Parkway, Norwood and University Heights.
Website: www.BronxCB7.info Phone: 718-933-5650
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Bronx Community Board 8
Bronx Community Board 8 serves the communities of Fieldston, Kingsbridge, Kingsbridge Heights, Marble Hill, Riverdale, Spuyten Duyvil and Van Cortlandt Village.
Website: www.nyc.gov/html/bxcb8/html/home/home.shtml Phone: 718.884.3959
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Bronx Community Board 9
Bronx Community Board 9 serves the communities of Bronx River, Castle Hill, Clason Point, Harding Park, Parkchester, Park Stratton, Soundview-Bruckner, Soundview and Unionport.
Website: www.nyc.gov/html/bxcb9/html/home/home.shtml Phone: 718.823.3034
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Bronx County Historical Society
The Bronx County Historical Society, founded in 1955, is a private, non-profit, educational and cultural institution chartered by the New York State Board of Regents. The common theme in all of these activities is the restoration of pride in The Bronx through an awareness of the borough’s true place in the history and development of the region and the nation.
Website: www.bronxhistoricalsociety.org Phone: 718.881.8900
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Bronx Green-Up
The Mission of Bronx Green-Up, the community gardening outreach program of The New York Botanical Garden, provides horticulture education, training and technical assistance to Bronx residents, community gardeners, urban farmers, local schools, and community organizations. The program is the visible presence of the Botanical Garden beyond the Garden’s gates, inspiring NYC residents to get involved in improving their communities through greening projects.
Website: www.nybg.org/gardens/bronx-green-up/ Phone: 718.817.8026
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