We Are Hiring a New Executive Director!

March 10, 2022

Hello Friends and Neighbors, North Brooklyn Neighbors is looking for an Executive Director to direct and manage the day to day activities of our grassroots organization…

Composting Under Threat… Again

March 16, 2022

Once again, organics recycling and composting initiatives in the city are at risk. The Mayor’s proposed budget would greatly reduce the budget for community composting…

Recap: NuHart Community Meeting

March 16, 2022

On March 7, North Brooklyn Neighbors cohosted a community meeting with Assembly Member Emily Gallagher, Council Member Lincoln Restler, the New York State Department of Environmental…

Note from the Co-Chairs

January 19, 2022

Hello Friends and Neighbors, We wanted to take a moment in today’s newsletter to give a heartfelt thank you to outgoing North Brooklyn Neighbors Executive Director…

Message from the Executive Director

January 19, 2022

Dear Neighbors, I am writing today to announce that I am transitioning from my position as executive director of North Brooklyn Neighbors, to embark on…

Announcements

Council Candidates Respond to Open Space Questions Prior to Forum

April 28, 2021

City Council candidates running for open seats in district 33 and 34, which cover parts of North Brooklyn, offered their opinions and policy positions on…

Wanted: Policy Fellow

March 30, 2021

NBN, in partnership with North Brooklyn Parks Alliance, El Puente, and Newtown Creek Alliance are the North Brooklyn Open Space Alliance and we’re looking for…

Statement of Solidarity

June 8, 2020

The killing of George Floyd at the hands of four Minneapolis police officers on Memorial Day ignited a wave of protest that has grown into…

Lead in Soils Explainer Video

August 13, 2019

Over the past few years, North Brooklyn Neighbors has worked to raise awareness and equip residents with tools to combat lead in soils. We’ve hosted…