Public Realm Bill of Rights
The New Yorkers for Parks Public Realm Bill of Rights is our election year campaign platform that represents what we believe to be the baseline of investment, care, and access to open space in New York City. NY4P believes great parks make a great city, and we need your help! The following survey lays out the five articles of the Public Realm Bill of Rights and asks you to come up with policy recommendations for each article. Feel free to write as many policy recommendations as you would like! NY4P will take your policy recommendations and bring them to candidates running for office this year in NYC. Thank you for your participation in this important process!
The Preamble
Article 1: Access
What should the Mayor, City Council, the Parks Department, and everyday New Yorkers do to improve ACCESS? Write your policy recommendations below. Here's an example: "The city should ensure that housing developers create a new public open space when buildings are constructed to improve access."
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Article II: Infrastructure
What should the Mayor, City Council, the Parks Department, and everyday New Yorkers do to improve INFRASTRUCTURE? Write your policy recommendations below. Here's an example: "The city should provide discretionary capital funding to the Parks Department to be used for projects citywide to improve infrastructure."
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Article III: Health
What should the Mayor, City Council, the Parks Department, and everyday New Yorkers do to improve HEALTH? Write your policy recommendations below. Here's an example: "The Parks Department should work with communities to ensure that park features that encourage active recreation reflect the needs and wants of local park users to improve health."
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Article IV: Environment
What should the Mayor, City Council, the Parks Department, and everyday New Yorkers do to improve the ENVIRONMENT? Write your policy recommendations below. Here's an example: "The Parks Department should be the most ecologically sensitive agency with fuel-efficient vehicles and more recycling and compost centers to improve the environment."
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Article V: Funding
What should the Mayor, City Council, the Parks Department, and everyday New Yorkers do to improve FUNDING? Write your policy recommendations below. Here's an example: "New Yorkers should join the Participatory Budgeting process and advocate for park improvement projects in their City Council district in order to improve funding."
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