In order to invest in the care of our parks, we must regularly redesign and rebuild our city’s parks and facilities. We do this through designing, procuring, and building capital projects. Find out more information about capital projects taking place within this park by choosing a project below.
|McCarren Park Ballfield 3 Reconstruction||Lorimer Street, Driggs Avenue, North 12th Street and Bedford Avenue||Procurement|
|McCarren Park Pool Bathhouse Reconstruction||Lorimer Street between Bayard Street and Driggs Avenue||Procurement|
|Brooklyn General Site Work (BG-711M)||View Details|
|Citywide Energy Efficient Ballfield Lighting Retrofits (CNYG-2915M)||View Details|
|Citywide Pool Plumbing Systems Reconstruction (CNYG-714M)||View Details|
|Citywide Sandy-Related Recreational Lighting and Electrical Line Reconstruction||View Details|
|McCarren Park Pool & Bath House Reconstruction||View Details|
|McCarren Park Synthetic Turf Soccer Field Reconstruction||View Details|
How We Build Parks
Visit our How We Build Parks page to learn more about the three main phases of the city’s capital process and how a project becomes eligible for capital funding.
Directions to McCarren Park
Know Before You Go
McCarren Play Center
New York City’s recreation centers and indoor pools remain closed to the general public until further notice to provide COVID-19 related services as well as free childcare options for children who are scheduled for blended learning. To learn more or to apply for the childcare program, please visit the New York City Department of Education’s Learning Bridges program page.
Once we reopen, NYC Parks will extend all existing recreation center memberships to cover the length of time we are closed to the general public.
- NYC PARKS PREPARES KIDS FOR BACK TO SCHOOL SEASON WITH YOUTH TECH WORKSHOPS ALL WEEK
- NYC PARKS ADDS THREE NEW BARBECUE AREAS TO BUSY MCCARREN PARK IN BROOKLYN
- NEW YORKERS ACROSS THE FIVE BOROUGHS “TREE-CYCLE” AT 21st ANNUAL MULCHFEST