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February 26, 2015

Fort Totten Tunnel Tour With The Urban Park Rangers

Join the Urban Park Rangers this Saturday, February 28, for a historic walking tour back to the...

October 29, 2010

This Weekend In Parks: Halloween Edition

Check out all of the Halloween events taking place in our parks this weekend.

September 27, 2010

Parks & USDA Cut Ribbon On First-Ever Urban Field Station in NYC Parks

The facility is a unique scientific collaboration between Parks and the USDA Forest Service’s...

March 26, 2008

History Comes Alive At Fort Totten Park

During the Civil War, Fort Totten served as a United States Army base and its historic building...

July 16, 2007

Set Your DVRs For "It’s My Park!"

Mark Tuesday nights at 11:00 p.m. and Saturday afternoons at 5:00 p.m. on your calendars....

June 22, 2007

This Weekend In Parks

Queens Join us this Saturday at Fort Totten for "Denizens of Darkness," as we...

February 10, 2006

Love Blooms In New York City’s Parks

Though New York City is filled with extraordinary dining and extravagant gifts, our natural...

December 6, 2005


Parks celebrates opening of historic battery

April 12, 2004


In anticipation of the City’s aquisition of Fort Totten, Parks & Recreation has begun making...

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The parking lot at Little Bay Park - in front of the Fort Totten entrance is under construction. The project will include the construction of a new comfort station and expansion of the parking lot at Little Bay Park to serve users of both Little Bay Park and Fort Totten Park. The existing parking lot will be reconstructed and new planted islands (swales) will be added to improve air quality and reduce storm water run-off. The Brooklyn-Queens Greenway, which currently runs along the southern end of the park, will be relocated along the waterfront and extended into Fort Totten Park. New landscaped meadows and tree plantings will be added between the parking lot and the Cross Island service road, and a new comfort station will be added to Little Bay Park. This project will improve public access to Little Bay and Fort Totten Parks and will improve the utility and public enjoyment of the Greenway.

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2015

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