Concerned about what’s been going down in our neighborhood?
Speak your mind on issues including:
— Public Safety
— Housing & Neighborhoods
— Youth Development & Education
— Economy & Workforce
— Health & Wellbeing
— Arts & Culture
— Racial Equity
— Gender Justice
— Climate & Infrastructure
— Civic Engagement.
Responses from the survey will guide the new Adams administration, as well as set priorities for the upcoming city budget. The window to respond closes this Friday, January 28.
The survey’s available in English, Spanish, Chinese, French, Haitian Creole, Arabic, Bengali, Urdu, Polish & Korean. It’s online at https://nycspeaks.org, or text the words NYC SPEAKS to 212-457-1254 and a member of the outreach team from Uptown Grand Central will give you a call to complete the survey by phone.