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North/West Battery Park City Resiliency Project: Post 30% Design Update Community Meeting

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The North/West Battery Park City Resiliency (NWBPCR) Project is designing protective measures along the northern and western portions of Battery Park City to reduce the risks associated with storm surge and sea level rise.

At our last public meeting in June (view the presentation & video), the NWBPCR project team collected public input on the project’s 30% design milestone. Since then, the project team has continued to develop the design and is ready to share a Post 30% Design Update.

Join us online or in-person at Stuyvesant High School for our next community meeting on Thursday, November 30 beginning at 4:30PM.

– 4:30 PM: Registration opens at Stuyvesant High School. During this period, we encourage our in-person participants to view display boards, talk with project staff, and share feedback. Virtual participants will also be sent a link to the materials during the meeting.
– 6:00 PM: Presentation and Q&A begin in-person and on the livestream for virtual attendees.
– 6:45 PM: Topic Tables, booths centered on three themes related to the Resiliency Project, open in-person. Online, participants will be able to ask questions related to the three Topic Table themes. The themes include: Tree/Landscape Considerations within the Project; Risk and Adaptability; and Project in Context.
– 8:00 PM: Meeting closes

Read more and register here.

Read more about NWBPCR here.

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