The Dean Street Block Association (DSBA), between 6th and Vanderbilt Avenues, is an association of residents, businesses and institutions dedicated to the improvement of our community in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.
Check this site (or subscribe to its newsfeed) and join our Yahoo! Group, Dean6thtoVanderbilt, for upcoming events and information about our neighborhood as well as to share opinions and information with your neighbors.
Have a suggestion, comment or correction? Please contact us.
Join us for our monthly block association meeting on Monday the 12th at 7pm.
Agenda will include:
- Updates on 535 Carlton & 516 Carlton
- HPD Parking Lot
- Help with park usage
- Block expansion
- June Block Party Planning Update
- Community Concerns
Location: 497 Dean Street, Buzzer 27.
Beer and snacks will be provided!
After three and a half years, the 16 foot construction fence on Dean Street between Carlton and Vanderbilt Avenues is finally coming down. The Dean Street block association will now work to see that parking regulations are restored to the block.
Please come to our first 2018 block association meeting on Monday the 22nd at 7pm.
Agenda will include:
- Status update on 516 Carlton
- Status update on 535 Carlton
- Changing DSBA By Laws
- Beginning stages of planning the 2018 block party
Location: 638 Dean Street (we’ll have beer!)
Quality of Life Meeting 2018 Schedule
- January: 23rd
- March: 6th
- May: 8th
- July: 17th
- September: 25th
- November: 13th
Location: Shirley A. Chisholm State Office Building 55 Hanson Place
1st Floor Conference Room Brooklyn, NY 11217
Time: 6:00 – 8:00 PM
If you have any questions please contact the Atlantic Yards Team at 212-803-3736 or AtlanticYards@esd.ny.gov.
*All meetings dates are subject to change with advance notice.
2018 Quality of Life Meeting Schedule
See this news clip on our meeting with BP Adams.
FOR YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams will tour Prospect Heights
Monday, December 18th at 3pm. We will meet in front of 535 Dean St.
Between 6th and Carlton Avenues.
This tour is to provide a view of the RODENT PROBLEM we have been dealing with in our neighborhood.
Please join us and demonstrate your concerns!!!
Monday with BP Adams (PDF).