Events


September 28, 2016

ESCR Public Meeting: East 10th Street Access – Pedestrian Bridge

Riis Tenant Association Room

Join the City of New York in planning the East Side Coastal Resiliency (ESCR) Project – the HUD-funded component of the BIG U.

Using feedback from community members and City agencies, the team is refining the design concept as a key step in advancing the project. The team is also developing the project’s Draft Environmental Impact Statement, and putting together a package for public review that is required by New York City’s Uniform Land Use Review Procedure. As part of this process, the team is hosting several public meetings in September and October throughout the project area. Learn more>>

September 29, 2016

Living Breakwaters Community Advisory Meeting

PS 6

The Living Breakwaters Rebuild by Design project is approaching a major milestone: 30% design. The SCAPE Team and the Governor’s Office for Storm Recovery are excited to present the latest designs for both the Living Breakwaters and the Tottenville Shoreline Protection Project. CAC meetings are open to the public, all are welcomed and encouraged to attend.

Updates will be provided on the NY Rising Tottenville Shoreline Protection Project (formerly the Tottenville Dune Project), Rebuild by Design Living Breakwaters and the Billion Oyster Project/Harbor School work. To learn more about this project, click here.

September 29, 2016

ESCR Public Meeting: Delancey Street Access – Pedestrian Bridge

East River Housing Community Room

Join the City of New York in planning the East Side Coastal Resiliency (ESCR) Project – the HUD-funded component of the BIG U.

Using feedback from community members and City agencies, the team is refining the design concept as a key step in advancing the project. The team is also developing the project’s Draft Environmental Impact Statement, and putting together a package for public review that is required by New York City’s Uniform Land Use Review Procedure. As part of this process, the team is hosting several public meetings in September and October throughout the project area. Learn more>>

*Main entrance is on the north side of Grand Street

October 4, 2016

ESCR Public Meeting: Community Board 6

NYU School of Dentistry, Nursing & Architecture Room 220

Join the City of New York in planning the East Side Coastal Resiliency (ESCR) Project – the HUD-funded component of the BIG U.

Using feedback from community members and City agencies, the team is refining the design concept as a key step in advancing the project. The team is also developing the project’s Draft Environmental Impact Statement, and putting together a package for public review that is required by New York City’s Uniform Land Use Review Procedure. As part of this process, the team is hosting several public meetings in September and October throughout the project area. Learn more>>

October 5, 2016

LMCR Public Meeting: Two Bridges

Chinatown YMCA Cornerstone at the Two Bridges Community Center

In case you missed them, the City of New York will be hosting a repeat of the two July kickoff meetings to encourage broad participation and ensure that the project serves the needs and priorities of the Two Bridges, Financial District, and Battery Park City communities. This meeting will focus on the waterfront from Montgomery Street to the Brooklyn Bridge.

Childcare, translation (Cantonese, Mandarin, Spanish), and a light meal will be provided at both meetings. Both venues are wheelchair accessible. To request other accommodations, please contact Rachel Finkelstein at RFinkelstein@cityhall.nyc.gov or 212-676-3150 at least 72 hours in advance. Learn more>>

October 6, 2016

LMCR Public Meeting: Financial District and Battery Park City

Community Center at 6 River Terrace

In case you missed them, the City of New York will be hosting a repeat of the two July kickoff meetings to encourage broad participation and ensure that the project serves the needs and priorities of the Two Bridges, Financial District, and Battery Park City communities. This meeting will focus on the waterfront from the Brooklyn Bridge to the North end of Battery Park City.

Childcare, translation (Cantonese, Mandarin, Spanish), and a light meal will be provided at both meetings. Both venues are wheelchair accessible. To request other accommodations, please contact Rachel Finkelstein at RFinkelstein@cityhall.nyc.gov or 212-676-3150 at least 72 hours in advance. Learn more>>

*Event will take place across from the Irish Hunger Memorial

October 7, 2016 - October 8, 2016

Rebuild by Design University- Bay Area

Resilience by Design University will bring its unique program of urban resilience education to the West Coast on October 7 and 8 in San Francisco and Oakland. Practitioners, researchers, and students will come together to learn more about resilience theory and practice from panels on history, sociology, and aesthetics of resilience, hosted and moderated by leaders in this field.

On the second day, in coordination with 100 Resilient Cities, we will workshop challenges that cities are facing. If you are a practitioner or professor who would like to participate, please contact us. This event will be co-hosted by NYU’s Institute for Public Knowledge, PennDesign, San Jose State University, and more. Learn more>>

 

 

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October 9, 2016 - October 12, 2016

Joint Rebuild/100RC Exhibit at SXSW Eco

Austin Convention Center 6A

Join us at South by Southwest Eco in Austin as we take our joint exhibit with 100 Resilient Cities, Catalyzing an Urban Resilience Movement, on the road. Learn more>>

October 13, 2016

ESCR Public Meeting: Community Board 3

BRC Senior Services Center

Join the City of New York in planning the East Side Coastal Resiliency (ESCR) Project – the HUD-funded component of the BIG U.

Using feedback from community members and City agencies, the team is refining the design concept as a key step in advancing the project. The team is also developing the project’s Draft Environmental Impact Statement, and putting together a package for public review that is required by New York City’s Uniform Land Use Review Procedure. As part of this process, the team is hosting several public meetings in September and October throughout the project area. Learn more>>

*Between Chrystie & Forsyth Sts.

Past Events

September 20, 2016

Resilient Bridgeport Public Workshop

Project Alternatives Workshop

Come provide your input on the proposed project alternatives for Bridgeport’s South End. At the meeting there will be a short design team presentation followed by a small group discussion and review of project alternatives and project selection criteria. Forward this invitation on to your colleagues, friends, family, and neighbors. Your input on the project alternatives is important! You can now follow Resilient Bridgeport on Facebook or Twitter to get more information. Dinner will be provided.

September 13, 2016

Jersey City Community Update

NJCU School of Business – Skyline Room

A public meeting for the Jersey City community regarding the Hudson River: Resist, Store, Delay, Discharge project. More information>>