Numbers of Opioid Commuters

The map below shows not only which zip codes are the home zip codes of men and women who commute into Harlem and East Harlem for opioid treatment, but the numbers of them. The darker the green, the more residents of that zip code commute into our community (typically daily) for their treatment.

Hover over the map, and you’ll get the zip code totals.

Mayoral Forum – Focused on Parks

A New Vision for Parks & Open SpaceSponsored by New Yorkers for Parks and the Play Fair CoalitionNY4PPlay Fair Coalition     Presented by New York Law School New York Law SchoolMonday, April 19
6:30 – 8:00pm EST

Join New Yorkers for Parks and the Play Fair Coalition – and its 300+ parks advocates across the city – for a conversation with New York City mayoral candidates on the future of NYC’s parks and open spaces and the policies we need to create a 21st century, equitable system.
It’s been a year of highs and lows. Though New Yorkers turned out in unprecedented numbers for their parks during the pandemic, citywide conditions reached a low point as the Parks Department struggled to weather an $80 million budget cut.
Now is the time for New York to prioritize parks as critical infrastructure. We need a bold, new vision from our next Mayor – to realize a new era in which all New Yorkers enjoy equitable access to safe and clean parks in their communities.
Invited CandidatesEric AdamsArt ChangKathryn GarciaRay McGuireDianne MoralesScott StringerMaya WileyAndrew Yang
Moderated byJuan Manuel Benítez
Political anchor and reporter
NY1 News / NY1 Noticias

Forum Co-SponsorsThe event is co-sponsored by the Play Fair Coalition, including more than 300 advocacy groups across the city – from all the city park conservancies to scores of smaller grass roots organizations and friends-of groups.

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