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The East River Promenade, partially closed to the public for more than a decade, has reopened, creating a vital link along the...

On January 28, 2012, Parks Photographer Daniel Avila joined the Urban Park Rangers to take part in a Wilderness Survival...

Wheelchair Basketball practice is Monday nights from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Roy Wilkins Recreation Center in Queens and Tuesday...

 

Lyons Pool is one of the 11 pools built in New York City during the Works Progress Administration era of the 1930s. Completed...

Willowbrook Park is a key link in Staten Island's Greenbelt. The park is home to hundreds of acres of wilderness and active...

Greenbelt Native Plant Center, a 13-acre greenhouse, nursery and seed-bank complex, supports the restoration and management of...

 

Elmhurst Park, once an eyesore and traffic landmark, opened to the public ion May 24, 2011 as a magnificent community...

As the weather gets warmer, Parks cut the ribbon on renovations to J.J. Byrne Playground. The new park maximizes play while...

Flowers bloom in Sunset Park and park goers enjoy the new display of colors seen in the spring season.

 

Spring has arrived in Central Park! Colors come alive again and parks are filled with many people enjoying the change of the...

The first blossoms of spring herald a new year, filled with colorful flowers and the return of green to our trees. Parks...

See what the cold winter season brings to Brooklyn Bridge Park.

 

It's time for some fun in the snow! Many people enjoy sledding in parks during these winter months, some choose to go belly...

On Thursday, September 16, New York was hit by one of the worst storms in recent times; two tornados and a macroburst crossing...

 

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