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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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NYC DOT Oct 18
Fort Washington Pedestrian Bridge, or “Amtrak Bridge”, at W180th St Update: Repairs are underway. Contractors are transitioning from night to daytime work. For detour & further info on this project, please visit website:
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It may be fall, but you can still spot monarch butterflies fluttering around in our gardens for a food/rest stop on their long journey south for winter.
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Fall Field Day is this year! 🏈⚽️ Join at Bronx Park on Saturday, Nov. 17 for a day of fun sports & games, including giant soccer, pillow polo, tug-o-war, football, potato sack race, and an obstacle course!
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Prospect Park Oct 19
Look at those colors pop! Thank you to instagram user for sharing this gorgeous of Brooklyn’s Backyard. Discover Prospect Park Alliance’s tips on how you can enjoy fall in the park today:
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NYC Parks Oct 19
Pretty flowers aren't just for spring. NYC is in bloom for fall!
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NYC Parks Oct 19
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NYC Mayor's Office Oct 19
Things are on the up and up: today will be mostly sunny with a high of 63 and a low of 53! And it looks like it’ll be mostly sunny for the week ahead too!
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NYC Parks Oct 18
Hiking in NYC is one of the best ways to see the changing of the leaves. 🍃🍂Our park rangers are leading an eight-mile hike through Van Cortlandt Park's woodlands on Sat. 10/27, and you're invited! Sign up here:
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NYC Parks Oct 18
Ice skating returns to on Saturday, October 27! ⛸️
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NYC Parks Oct 18
Good morning from John Paul Jones Park !
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NYC Mayor's Office Oct 18
And it’s a high of 52 with a low of 42 today! That’s chilly!
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NYC Parks Oct 17
Is NYC's south pole haunted? So they say. 👀 Find out for yourself on a nighttime hike through Conference House Park with our park rangers. Register today:
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Central Park Oct 17
On this day in 1858, the first tree was planted in Central Park. Now, 20,000+ trees thrive here!
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NYC Parks Oct 17
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Learn more about coexisting with coyotes in NYC at .
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NYC Parks Oct 17
With fall in full swing, young coyotes are beginning to venture away from their dens and explore their surroundings. If you spot one—a rare occurrence in NYC—be sure to admire it from a distance (at least 150 feet or more) and do not offer it food.
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NYC Parks Oct 17
Work on the bridge started on October 1 and is expected to be completed within 30 days of the start date, weather depending. For more information, please visit our Fort Washington Park Page: . (2/2)
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NYC Parks Oct 17
Hi Ellen. The bridge is temporarily closed for repairs. Working with , we've found that immediate repairs need to be made to ensure the bridge is safe for public use. (1/2)
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NYC Parks Oct 17
Join us from the Foodway on the Bronx River, where you're invited to pick and eat plants from the soil!
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NYC Parks Oct 17
Good morning from the Hallett Nature Sanctuary in !
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NYC Mayor's Office Oct 17
Today's high in New York City will be a comfortable 63 degrees and sunny. Enjoy it while you can: tomorrow should drop to a high of 50! Yikes!
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