Construction fence on Dean Street finally coming down

Fence coming downAfter 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.

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Monday with the Borough President

FOR YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams will tour Prospect Heights

​On

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).

TEMPORARY BUS STOP CLOSURE

Please be advised that on/about Saturday, November 4, 2017 between 7:00 am and 6:00 pm and on Monday, November 6, 2017 between 7:00 am and 4:00 pm, (weather and field conditions permitting), the bus stop located on Seventh Avenue and Flatbush Avenue for NYC Transit Buses B67 and B69 towards Kensington Avenue will be temporarily closed. Please board at the next available location on Seventh Avenue and Sterling Place 1/2 block further west.

Dean Street Block Association General Meeting

Time:           Monday, October 2nd @ 7:00 pm
Place:          535 Dean Street (Newswalk), Apt. 706
Agenda:      
We will welcome a representative from the NYC Comptroller’s office and discuss the board   election process for the following month.  Updates for 516 Carlton Avenue and 587-597 Dean will also be discussed.  
 
Please keep in mind that DSBA Board elections will take place at our November meeting.  Please consider running.  How much do you love your block!  Take a more active role and let your voice be heard!  Experience is not necessary.
 
Board officers include President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer.  Our board also includes from one to three member-at-large positions.  We also welcome any other creative ideas.
All DSBA meetings are open to everyone and discussion is open.  Feel free to bring your kids.