We are proud to announce the 2017 PB Funded Projects! Thank you to everyone who voted this year. We had 3789 votes cast which broke our previous record by over a 1000.

 

Technology Upgrade for Two Special Needs Schools, PS231 and PS 369
Status: 2017 funded project
Cost: $250,000
Location: Downtown and Bushwick

STEAM Lab for Samuel Dupont Elementary School, PS 31
Status: 2017 funded project
Cost: $218,000
Location: Greenpoint

New Electrical for AC, PS 110 Monitor School
Status: 2017 funded project
Cost: $175,000
Location: Greenpoint

New Lockers for 13 Classrooms, Robert Fulton School, MS 8
Status: 2017 funded project
Cost: $115,000
Location: Downtown

Real Time Bus Clocks
Status: 2017 funded project
Cost: $300,000
Location: 12 clocks through-out the district

Repair Toddler Playground at Independence Towers
Status: 2017 funded project
Cost: $500,000
Location: Williamsburg

 

If you have a project idea to submit for next year please email Benjamin Solotaire, D33 PB Director, at bsolotaire@council.nyc.gov

 

Check out our past PB Projects

HERE ALL THE PROJECTS THAT WERE ON THE BALLOT FOR DISTRICT 33 PARTICIPATORY BUDGETING THIS YEAR

New Exterior Sign, Williamsburg Library
A new stainless steel sign with update-able hours of service and messages to promote library initiatives.

Williamsburg Library, 240 Division Ave, W’burg
$70,000

New Seating in School Auditorium, Juan Morel Campos
Replace over 600 47-yr old seats in auditorium used by 4 public schools and neighborhood groups.

I.S.71, 215 Heyward St, Williamsburg
$450,000

New Lockers for 13 Classrooms, Robert Fulton Sch.
M.S. 8 has no lockers for students. New lockers would give students a place to put their textbooks and belongings.

M.S. 8, 105 Johnson St, Downtown Brooklyn
$115,000

Technology Upgrade for Two Special Needs Schools
Help 165 students on the Autism Spectrum who rely on technology get new laptops to improve their learning experience.

P.S. 231 & P.S. 369, Bed Stuy & Downtown
$250,000

Upgrade Electrical for AC, Monitor School
Provide upgraded wiring in classrooms for AC units purchased by the school. Cooler classrooms helps students learn.

P.S. 110, 124 Monitor St, Greenpoint
$175,000

STEAM Lab for Samuel Dupont Elementary School
Pre-K - 5th classrooms will be outfitted with new STEAM Labs for teaching and learning. Prepare students for the future.

P.S. 31, 75 Meserole Ave, Greenpoint
$218,000

STEM Lab for John Wayne Elementary School
Construction of a STEM lab will allow over 800 students access to new technology. This will prepare them for success.

P.S. 380, 370 Marcy Ave, Williamsburg
$250,000

Repair Toddler Playground at Independence Towers
Install new safety surface and replace broken equipment for needed toddler playground.

130 Clymer, Independence Towers, Williamsburg
$500,000

Water Source and Paving at McGolrick Park
Install water sources for irrigation of plants and grasses and complete the repaving of the sidewalks and paths.

McGolrick Park, Greenpoint
$500,000

Safety Lighting at Middleton Playground
For the benefit and security of the neighborhood, increased lighting is needed for this popular playground.

Middleton Playground, South Williamsburg
$500,000

Picnic Grove in McCarren Park
Provide a tranquil, comfortable outdoor setting for neighborhood residents to enjoy.

McCarren Park, Greenpoint
$400,000

Traffic Calming Measures at Atlantic & 3rd Avenues
Implement traffic calming measures to protect pedestrian and cyclist safety in support of an existing “Slow Zone."

Atlantic Avenue and 3rd Avenue, Boerum Hill
$524,000

Pedestrian Safety, Williamsburg
Continue to improve safety at Meeker & Metropolitan Aves. that will shorten crossing times and encourage lower speeds.

Meeker & Metropolitan Avenues, North Williamsburg
$250,000

Repair Broken Sidewalks at Independence Towers
Repair broken sidewalks outside of Independence Towers Community Center. Make walking home safe for all.

Taylor St, between Bedford & Wythe Streets
$350,000

Real Time Bus Clocks
Electronic signs that provide live, up-to-date arrival times at 12 stops along the B62/B32 bus routes.

District-Wide
$300,000