Welcome to Community Board 17
||East Flatbush, Northeast East Flatbush, Rugby, Farragut/Hyde Park, Remsen Village, Ditmas Village and Erasmus.
The District is delimited by East 32nd Street, Glenwood Avenue, Nostrand Avenue, Foster Avenue and Bedford Avenue on the west, Clarkson Avenue, Utica Avenue and East New York Avenue on the north, East 98th Street on the east, as well as by the Long Island Rail Road on the south.
|Office:||4112 Farragut Road
Brooklyn NY, 11210
Chair: Mr. Barrington Barrett
District Manager: Ms. Sherif Fraser
Deputy Inspector Elliot Colon
|Precinct Phone:||(718) 287-3211|
Community Board 17 (CB17) like all the community boards within NYC, plays a very important advisory role in dealing with land use and zoning matters, the City budget, municipal service delivery and many other matters relating to the communities’ welfare. Read More >>
Saturday, June 9th, the Block Association Committee will be hosting a community health fair from 10AM – 3PM in The Board’s office. Receive free Baseball tickets when you donate. For more information, contact the Board’s office at 718-434-3072. Barrington Barrett, Chairperson • Sherif Fraser, District Manager • Joyce Gilman, Chairperson, Block Association.
This Saturday, June 2nd the CB17 Transportation will be hosting it’s annual Transportation forum and expo from 10am – 4pm in The Board’s office 4112 Farragut Road, Brooklyn, New York 11210.
East Flatbush Village, Inc. (EFV) is having it’s 8th Annual Not In My Hood Anti-Violence March on Saturday, June 2, 2018 gathering at 1 pm, Meyer Levin JHS, Ralph Avenue between Tilden Ave and Beverley Road.
Now Is Your Chance To Learn About And Participate In The Rezoning Efforts Happening In Your Community. Community Board 17’s Land Use Committee, has begun to engage in a rezoning campaign to save our homes, our diverse cultures, our way of life and our future. To that end, our second in a series of targeted […]
Now Is Your Chance To Learn About And Participate In The Rezoning Efforts Happening In Your Community. Community Board 17’s Land Use Committee, has begun to engage in a rezoning campaign to save our homes, our diverse cultures, our way of life and our future. We need your input! Our second of three initial community […]