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New York City Department of Parks & Recreation is the agency responsible for NYC's public parks and recreational spaces. User policy:
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City of New York Dec 14
TODAY! Join to paint on a canvas at the Al Oerter Recreation Center in Flushing Meadows Corona Park. Learn more:
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City of New York Dec 14
City Hall in Your Borough is about bringing government directly to the people it serves. Join us next week as we hit the streets with BP .
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NYC Parks Dec 14
Take a special trip around with our park rangers on Dec. 22 for a chance to see owls living in NYC's biggest park! 🦉Register here:
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Prospect Park Dec 12
Skate with Santa! Tuesday, Dec 18, join + Prospect Park Alliance for a free community skate with Santa ! Plus, the first 100 attendees can pick up a voucher for a free hot chocolate! Please note: skate rental fees still apply
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NYC Parks Dec 14
Good morning from McKinley Park !
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NYC Mayor's Office Dec 14
There is some black ice this morning and some rain this afternoon, but take it slow and we know you won’t give up. New York, you rise above the rain, you do it all the time. Pack your umbrella and happy Friday! The high is 51 degrees, and the low is 47.
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NYC Parks Dec 13
We manage more than 30,000 acres of NYC parkland. 🌳 How big is that really?
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NYC Mayor's Office Dec 13
Join us next week for a City Hall in Your Borough Resource Fair ! This is a great opportunity to learn about resources available to you and get important questions answered from City agency leaders. RSVP at
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NYC Parks Dec 13
Hi Ingrid! Check out our current job openings at
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NYC Parks Dec 13
We're looking for volunteers to join us this Saturday to help care for the forest in Seton Falls Park aka the "Grand Canyon of the Bronx!" Sign up here:
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NYC Parks Dec 13
Stay safe, NYC. Please do not attempt to walk on any lakes or ponds that appear frozen. If you witness someone falling through ice, never attempt to make a rescue by yourself: call 911.
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NYC Mayor's Office Dec 13
Please be cautious today as we expect continued precipitation (both snow and rain) throughout the day. Use public transportation whenever possible. We will continue to monitor in case of any changes. Follow for any updates.
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NYC Parks Dec 13
Good morning from ! ❄️
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NYC Mayor's Office Dec 13
Today will be cold, reaching a high of 41 degrees. We will also see a lot of precipitation: possible snow in the AM, turning to rain in the PM. Be sure to dress warm and dry. It is advised to take public transportation as much as possible today!
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NYC Parks Dec 12
The Henry Hudson Bridge first opened on this day in 1936! Muscota Marsh at Inwood Hill Park features one of the best views of the 82-year-old bridge.
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NYC Mayor's Office Dec 12
We are expecting light snow tomorrow starting at 8 am. Forecasts predict half an inch of accumulation before rain starts around noon and continues through the evening. We're monitoring the situation, but plan to exercise caution on your commute and follow .
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NYC Parks Dec 12
During ' Winter Recess, our park rangers are hosting FREE nature programs for kids and their families! Join our Rangers for fun hiking adventures, survival skills workshops, birding events, campfire activities, and more:
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NYC Parks Dec 12
Yes! They are on sale at the holiday market in !
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NYC Parks Dec 12
Traveling with your family over the holidays? So are deer. Drive with caution this season, especially at dawn and dusk. Seeing one animal could mean others will follow.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Dec 11
City Hall in Your Borough is about bringing government directly to the people it serves — join us all next week as we hit the streets with Borough President .
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