03/31 & 04/08 Event: Free Tax Preparation


Mayor de Blasio and NYC Sanitation Seek Snow Laborers



Laborers Paid $13.50/Hour for First 40 Hours Each Week, $20.25/Hour After That; Registration Available at Sanitation Depots Around City


NEW YORK—As cleanup from this weekend’s winter storm continues, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia put out a call today for additional emergency snow laborers to remove snow and ice from bus stops, crosswalks, fire hydrants, step streets, and other locations throughout the city.

Interested individuals can register at local Sanitation garages today and every day this week from 7am until 3pm. The list of garage locations can be found below and online here. Snow laborers will be paid $13.50 per hour, and $20.25 per hour after 40 hours are worked in a week, an increase from the previous year.

“This was one of the worst storms to ever hit New York City, and we need all hands on deck to dig us out,” said Mayor Bill de Blasio. “As Sanitation’s uniformed workers continue to focus their herculean efforts on clearing our city’s streets, snow laborers will be critical in shoveling out other key locations, like crosswalks, hydrants, bus stops, and more.”


“While the uniformed men and women of the Department of Sanitation concentrate their efforts on city streets, Emergency Snow Laborers will be vital to keeping the city moving after this massive snowfall,” said Commissioner Kathryn Garcia. “Their help, in targeting the city’s thousands of crosswalks, fire hydrants and bus stops, will allow for the quicker removal of snow in the areas pedestrians frequent.”


Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, be eligible to work in the United States, and capable of performing heavy physical labor.


All applicants must bring:

  • – Two small photos (1 1Ž2 square)
  • – Original and copy of two forms of identification
  • – Social Security card or Tax ID Number


Bronx 1
680 East 132nd St.
Willow Ave. & Bruckner Expressway
Bronx 2
650 Casanova St.
Randall & Spofford Ave.
Bronx 3
680 East 132nd St.
Willow Ave. & Bruckner Expressway
Bronx 4
720 East 132nd St.
Willow Ave. & Bruckner Expressway
Bronx 5
1331 Cromwell Ave.
West 168th & West 169th St.
Bronx 6
800 East 176th St.
Prospect & Marmion Ave.
Bronx 7
423 West 215th St.
9th & 10th Ave.
Bronx 8
423 West 215th St.
9th & 10th Ave.
Bronx 9
850 Zerega Ave.
Hermany & Lafayette Ave.
Bronx 10
850 Zerega Ave.
Hermany & Lafayette Ave.
Bronx 11
800 Zerega Ave.
Hermany & Lafayette Ave.
Bronx 12
1635 East 233rd St.
Provost Ave. & East 233rd St.

Brooklyn North

Brooklyn 1
161 Varick Ave.
Scholes and Stagg St.
Brooklyn 2
465 Hamilton Ave.
2nd Ave. & 14th St.
Brooklyn 3
525 Johnson Ave.
Varick Ave. & Stewart Ave.
Brooklyn 4
161 Varick Ave.
Scholes and Stagg St.
Brooklyn 5
606 Milford St.
Cozine & Flatlands Ave.
Brooklyn 8
1755 Atlantic Ave.
Atlantic & Schenectady Ave.
Brooklyn 9
690 New York Ave.
Winthrop St. & Parkside Ave.
Brooklyn 16
922 Georgia Ave.
Wortman & Cozine Ave.
Brooklyn 17
105-02 Ave. D
105th & Bank St.

Brooklyn South

Brooklyn 6
127 2nd Ave.
11th & 12th St.
Brooklyn 7
5100 1st Ave.
51st & 52nd St.
Brooklyn 10
5100 1st Ave.
51st & 52nd St.
Brooklyn 11
1824 Shore Pkwy.
Bay 41st St. & 26th Ave.
Brooklyn 12
5602 19th Ave.
55th & 58th St.
Brooklyn 13
2012 Neptune Ave.
West 20th & 21st St.
Brooklyn 14
1397 Ralph Ave.
Chase Ct. & Ditmas Ave.
Brooklyn 15
2501 Knapp Street
Ave. Z & Voorhies Ave
Brooklyn 15—49th Street
1750 East 49th Street
Ave. N & East 49th Street
Brooklyn 18
105-01 Foster Ave.
Ave. D & Foster Ave.


Manhattan 1
South St. Pier 36
Montgomery & Jefferson St.
Manhattan 2
353 Spring Street
at West Street
Manhattan 3
South St. Pier 36
Montgomery & Jefferson St.
Manhattan 4
650 West 57th St.
11th & 12th Ave.
Manhattan 5
2 Bloomfield St.
West St. & Hudson River
Manhattan 6
606 West 30th St.
11th & 12th Ave.
Manhattan 7
650 West 57th Street
11th & 12th Ave.
Manhattan 8
4036 9th Ave.
9th Ave & 216th St.
Manhattan 9
125 East 149th St.
Bronx Gerard Ave. & Walton Ave.
Manhattan 10
110 East 131st St.
Lexington & Park Ave.
Manhattan 11
343 East 99th St.
1st & 2nd Ave.
Manhattan 12
301 West 215th St.
9th Ave. & Harlem River

Queens West

Queens 1
34-28 21st St.
34th & 35th Ave.
Queens 2
52-35 58th St.
53rd Ave. East of 58th St.
Queens 3
52-35 58th St.
53rd Ave. East of 58th St.
Queens 4
52-35 58th St.
53rd Ave. East of 58th St.
Queens 5
48-01 58th Rd.
Maspeth Ave. & 47th St.
Queens 6
58-73 53rd Ave.
53rd Ave. East of 58th St.
Queens 9
132-05 Atlantic Ave.
Van Wyck Expy. & 132nd St.

Queens East

Queens 7
120-15 31st Ave.
College Point Blvd. & 122nd St.
Queens 8
130-23 150th Ave.
130th & 131st St.
Queens 10
130-23 150th Ave.
130th & 131st St.
Queens 11
75-5 Winchester Blvd.
Grand Central Pkwy. & Union Turnpike
Queens 12
130-23 150th Ave.
130th & 131st St.
Queens 13
153-67 146th Ave.
153rd La. & 153rd Ct.
Queens 14
51-10 Almeda Avenue
Almeda & Barbadoes Dr.

Staten Island

Staten Island 1
539 Jersey St.
Victory Blvd. & Brook St.
Staten Island 2
2500 Richmond Ave.
Opposite from SI Mall
Staten Island 3
1000 West Service Rd.
Arthur Kill Rd. / West Shore Expy. (Route 440)


Meet Urban Pathways

Since 1975, Urban Pathways (UP) has worked to engage the most vulnerable New Yorkers – homeless and at-risk adults – and provide them with “a way home.” From outreach to a drop in-center, to safe havens to permanent supportive housing, Urban Pathways’ programs are designed to provide assistance to all homeless adults, especially those who have previously tried and failed to remain in shelter or housing.

For more information about their mission and vision, visit here.

For more information about their services, visit here.

To contact Urban Pathways, visit their office at

575 8th Avenue, 16th Floor
New York, NY 10018


OFFICE PHONE 212.736.7385
FAX 212.736.1388
EMAIL development@urbanpathways.org

Events for the Weekend of October 17-18, 2015


NFBID Fall Fest v2


womans health

church of st luke

teens take the met

Grab your friends and take over the Met for the night. Drop in for teen-only activities across the Museum including art making, performances, gallery activities for teens by teens, music, dancing, and more. Discover what you can also do at over forty NYC cultural and community organizations this year.

Doors will open at 5:00 p.m. Teens Take the Met! is free and open to all teens 13-18 with a middle or high school ID. No RSVP—just show up!

For full details, click here: http://met.org/1Q4CSbS

This event will be photographed, filmed, and/or recorded. By your presence at the event, you consent to the photography, filming and use of your image and/or voice.

halloween flyer

Hanson Place Fall Concert Series



2015 Borough High School Fairs


10/8 Event: A Small Business Innovation Research Grants Workshop

grants workshop

9/21 Health Department Will Spray Pesticides in Queens and Brooklyn

To reduce mosquito activity and the risk of West Nile virus, the Health Department will spray pesticide from trucks in parts of Queens and Brooklyn on Monday, September 21, 2015 between the hours of 8:30 p.m. and 6 a.m. the following morning, weather permitting. In case of bad weather, application will be delayed until Monday, September 28, 2015 during the same hours. The neighborhoods listed below are being treated due to rising West Nile virus activity and have high mosquito populations. (Click here to read the full Community Notice).