About Manhattan Community Board 4
|Jesse R. Bodine
Welcome to your Community Board! From more affordable housing to more schools, parks, hospitals, safe transportation, less noise, better business balance, and preserving the diversity of our neighborhood character, the 50 members of Manhattan Community Board 4 volunteer to represent the district’s residents, institutions, non-profit and businesses’ common interests to City agencies and bring solutions to our district. The City Charter ascribes to Community Boards an important advisory role in dealing with land use planning and zoning matters, the City budget and the delivery of City services in our district.
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PANYNJ Bus Terminal Redevelopment
Draft Environmental Impact Statement Public Hearings:
The public comment period for the Draft Environmental Impact Statement will be February 2 – March 18. Comments will be accepted via the Project website, email, voicemail, or U.S Mail. Four public hearings will be conducted with required registration for the virtual session:
Tuesday, February 20, 8:30am-10:30am at the Bus Terminal Replacement Center – 9th Ave entrance at 40th Street (in-person only)
Wednesday, February 21, 2pm-4pm AND 6pm-8pm (Virtual via Zoom)
Thursday, February 22, 6pm-8pm (Virtual via Zoom)
To learn more about the project and see all of MCB4’s letters on the topic CLICK HERE.
Chelsea NYCHA Proposal
New York City, through the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) released the Notice of Intent and Scope of Work for the proposed Fulton and Elliott-Chelsea Houses (FEC) Redevelopment Project. The deadline to comment is Friday, March 8th, 2024. The public is encouraged to send comments to [email protected]
To see NYCHA’s presentations and MCB4’s work on this project click HERE
NYS Liquor Authority 30-Day Notices:
Effective November 23, 2022, all 30-Day Notices should be mailed to our office. Our address is Manhattan Community Board 4 – 424 W. 33rd Street, Suite 580, New York, NY 10001 Attn: Nelly Gonzalez, Assistant District Manager. We will no longer accept notices via email. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Nelly Gonzalez, Assistant District Manager at [email protected].
Manhattan Community Board 4 Hybrid Meeting Policy
Starting September 2022 – July 2024
On June 1, 2022, MCB4, after holding a public hearing, voted, with a vote of 44 in favor, 0 opposed, 2 abstaining, and 0 present but not eligible, to approve a hybrid meeting policy. The complete policy can be obtained HERE. Below are the key aspects of the policy.
MCB4 Hybrid Meeting Policy for Board Members
MCB4, at its discretion, will use videoconferencing to conduct public meetings provided that a number, sufficient to fulfill quorum (50% +1), of current members are physically present in the same location. And those locations are accessible to the public.
If videoconferencing is utilized, MCB4 will provide the opportunity for members of the public to view and participate in the proceedings via videoconference and in-person. Further, MCB4 will ensure that the public attending through videoconferencing will have the same quality of participation as the in-person participants do.
Currently, Community Boards have limited authority to require its board members or members of the public to be vaccinated or masked. However, MCB4 will send a “Good Neighbor” letter to board members and the public outlining guidance from CDC and state and local Departments of Health. In addition, MCB4 will follow Federal, State, and City Health Guidance regarding maximum distancing when holding indoor meetings with population whose vaccination status is unknown.
You must make an appointment to visit the MCB4 office.
In an effort to follow public health best practices and the building’s security protocols, you must make an appointment to visit the district office. To make an appointment, please contact us.
Cannabis Working Group
In response to the passage of the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act (“MRTA”), Manhattan Community Board 4 formed the Cannabis Working Group. Learn More Here
Hell’s Kitchen Key Parks
Clinton Housing Development Company manages several small parks and gardens throughout Hell’s Kitchen. MCB4 is selling keys on a restricted schedule. Please visit https://pdf.ac/JOrnB to fill out an application. You will be sent a confirmation email and information on scheduling a time to pick up a key. To ensure we receive your application, please include your name and email when prompted. Keys are now $4, you must bring exact change when picking up your key(s).
Community Board Map
Manhattan Community Board 4 comprises the area between 14th and 59th Streets – to the west of Eighth Avenue north of 26th Street, and to the west of Sixth Avenue south of 26th Street, commonly referred to as the Chelsea and Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen neighborhoods.