Register for the Coney Island Creek Workshop at:


COMMUNITY ALERT!

Monday, May 6, 2019, 7 pm – 8:30 pm

protecting and preserving the coney island creek estuary

Coney Island YMCA, 2980 W. 29th Street at Surf ave., Coney Island

LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE EXHIBIT BEFORE IT CLOSES ! SUNDAY, APRIL 14 AND 21, 2019 1-7 PM

Coney Island Creek Park Chosen for Ferry Landing

Coney Island Creek is an important ecosystem right here in our community. This is your chance to be a scientist for the day! Come help us explore the wildlife and ecology of the creek, to improve our understanding of the creek and to help guide its restoration to a healthy, vibrant, and safe ecosystem, volunteers will have the opportunity to assist in data collection alongside the New York Aquarium's field research team and other local experts from around New York City.

Join us as we survey species from plankton to mammals and everything in between. Come visit this space soon for more information.


Volunteers on Coney Island Creek!

3059 WEST 12TH STREET, CONEY ISLAND WWW.CONEYISLANDHISTORY.ORG

Coney Island Creek

Sand dunes at  proposed site for Coney Island Ferry 

Information Session and Community Workshop for the coney island ferry route



For History Tours of Coney Island Creek please contact info@coneyislandhistory.org

WHAT: "A Day in the Life" of Coney Island Creek- Citizen Science Event


WHERE: Kaiser Park, Brooklyn 
WHEN: saturday, October 12, 11:30 a.m. -3:30 p.m.


on the Coney Island ferry and other Coney Island Creek-related news
DATE: Tuesday, May 24, 2022 TIME: 6:00pm
PLACE: PS 329 The Surfside School 2929 West 30th Street (between Mermaid/Surf Avenues) Brooklyn, NY 11224

RESIDENTS OF CONEY ISLAND AND SEA GATE PLEASE BE AWARE!
Assemblymember Mathylde Frontus, and others, will provide important updates on the Coney Island ferry project and other creek-related news. Find out what the City hasn’t told you!
After the City’s contractor was caught violating numerous permit safety requirements, work on the proposed Coney Island ferry landing at the fishing pier in Kaiser Park was stopped in late 2021 by New York State who fined the City $70,000. Construction of the ferry landing is not finished and ferry service hasn’t even begun yet! The City is set to resume work after June 2022. What should be done to protect and help our community moving forward?
Bring a neighbor. Bring a friend. All are welcome.
FIND OUT WHAT’S GOING ON!