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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 Parks 1h
Leaves of 3, let them be! Find out how to spot poison ivy, courtesy of our Urban Park Rangers, and visit at for safety tips.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio 3h
Join me at City Hall for an update.
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City of New York 21h
COVID-19 testing is now free and available to all New Yorkers! Go to to find a location near you.
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NYC Immigrant Affairs 22h
Vote by mail in the upcoming election on June 23! Protect your health and the health of our democracy. Request your mail-in ballot by June 16 and !
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Mitchell Silver 23h
As a Black man/head of an agency w/many Black Women/Men on staff, Mon., 6/1, I shared directly my personal anguish and support of our community & all who condemn racism, discrimination, injustice, violence & dehumanization. And, now I’m ready to share w/ you...enough is enough!
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NYC Design 23h
“I am an invisible man…I am invisible, understand, simply because people refuse to see me.” / “Invisible Man” (2003) by Elizabeth Catlett, 150th St. and Riverside Drive, Manhattan. Photographs by Natalie Conn.
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NYC Parks Jun 4
Join us live at the Lower East Side's 9th St. Community Garden for 's !
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Jun 4
Join us at City Hall with the latest updates.
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Prospect Park Jun 3
If you see a turtle in a grassy or wooded area during this time of year, please do not touch or move it! It’s likely a pregnant turtle traveling to her inland egg-laying spot. Thank you to Instagram user paparazzipratt the excellent turtle photo!
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UN Environment Programme New York Jun 3
Two days to go until ! And there are plenty of ways to celebrate from home! Check out Virtual tour of the 9th Street Community Garden tomorrow at 12:00pm 📹☘️ Watch it live on Twitter and Facebook on
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NYC Parks Jun 3
Join us live as we release stingless wasps in Willowbrook Park to help protect NYC’s ash trees!
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Jun 3
I’m at City Hall with an update.
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GreenThumb Jun 3
There's still time to sign up for today's webinar, "NYC EcoFlora Project and Community Gardens" at noon! Part of our partnership with to celebrate , we will discuss ways gardeners can be citizen scientists. To RSVP visit: .
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City of New York Jun 2
New York City will have a curfew in effect citywide through the morning of Monday, June 8. It will be from 8pm to 5am every night. Essential workers will still be allowed to travel to and from work during the curfew.
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NYC Parks Jun 2
Replying to @ydomuschieva @nyc311
Thank you for sharing. We're looping in to help if you have any immediate concerns. You can also reach out to our commissioner at to share your thoughts about the park's general condition.
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NYC Parks Jun 2
Replying to @Joannahalp
Hi Joanna - We're sorry to hear you had a negative experience. If you would like to make a complaint, please share details at: .
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Jun 2
Join me at City Hall.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Jun 1
New Yorkers: I’ve spoken with and for everyone’s safety we have decided to implement a citywide curfew in New York City tonight. It will take effect at 11pm and be lifted at 5am tomorrow morning.
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NYC Parks Jun 1
Get a little workout in today. Try these exercises from our fitness pro! First, a lunge with a little twist, then grab two bottles of water to use as weights in this HIIT Circuit.
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NYC Parks Jun 1
Today, we honor Christo who passed away on Sunday. With his late wife Jeanne-Claude, he created The Gates, a temporary artwork that attracted millions of people to Central Park in 2005. Thank you for this unforgettable experience!  Relive the memories at
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