Play Streets Program

Kids pushing an inflatable wheel with another kid inside

While awaiting the completion of New York City’s next batch of parks and playgrounds, the Departments of Health & Mental Hygiene, Transportation, and Parks have created Play Streets to help combat the childhood obesity epidemic in our cities. Play Streets allows communities to open up their streets to pedestrians for play on a recurrent basis. It is a quick and low-cost way to create active play space and is a health measure that directly targets our city’s most important at–risk population—children.

Related Links

Imagination Playground
Playground Associates
Youth Sports Programs

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