Using Data To Support Your NYC Park From Harlem To Hollis

February 13, 2019

What kind of tree is in front of your apartment? When was the last time the Harlem Meer or Marcus Garvey Park or Morningside Park, etc., has planted flowers and mulched? Did you know New York City makes information about your neighborhood available through the Open Data initiative? That’s right, Open Data empowers New Yorkers to better understand how our city works and what is being done in their community.

Join the Partnerships Academy workshop on Wednesday, March 6, 2019, to learn how you can access and utilize data to support your local park in Harlem and beyond. Hear from NYC Parks’ data experts on how you can dive into details about park inspections, capital renovations, programming, and more.

Register Here To Get Your Park On

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