Neighborhood Clean-up Survey

Clean streets help make our neighborhoods healthier and more livable. Clean streets also make our business corridors more attractive and improve economic activity.

For the second straight year, funding I’m allocating through the NYC Cleanup Initiative will address some of the streets in District 7 that are in most need of better maintenance. To determine how best to deploy resources for this effort, I’m asking local residents to tell me where street clean-up is most needed.

Where do you want additional street cleaning and sweeping?

EXAMPLE: Amsterdam Avenue between 155 Street and 156 Street

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  • Ellen Howard-cooper
    answered 2017-01-30 15:14:22 -0500
    Q: Where do you want additional street cleaning and sweeping?
    A: West 65 Street between Amsterdam Ave and West End Ave
  • Andrea Gural
    answered 2015-11-16 11:01:28 -0500
    Q: Where do you want additional snow removal?
    A: None
  • Andrea Gural
    answered 2015-11-16 11:01:14 -0500
    Q: Where do you want additional street garbage bin pick-up?
    A: Broadway between 100th and 113th – lots of garbage and the bins are often overflowing.
  • Andrea Gural
    answered 2015-11-16 11:00:35 -0500
    Q: Where do you want additional street cleaning and sweeping?
    A: Broadway between 108th and 113th – sidewalks are often dirty with lots of papers and food containers which then flows into the streets
  • Fredrick Sherman
    answered 2015-11-13 16:55:19 -0500
    Q: Where do you want additional snow removal?
    A: Claremont between 122nd and Teimann
  • Fredrick Sherman
    answered 2015-11-13 16:54:14 -0500
    Q: Where do you want additional street cleaning and sweeping?
    A: Claremont avenue between 120th and LaSalle. Removal of cellophane tape from “No Parking” poles, street light poles, and LL 11bridges left by film and TV crews
  • Princess Lyles
    answered 2015-10-23 14:04:30 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional street cleaning and sweeping?
    A: 146th Street between Convent & Amsterdam Avenues; Street Cleaning Needed
  • Shauna Stoltz-Laurie
    answered 2015-10-21 17:14:07 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional snow removal?
    A: 100th Street between Amsterdam and CPW and Manhattan Avenue
  • Shauna Stoltz-Laurie
    answered 2015-10-21 17:13:35 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional street garbage bin pick-up?
    A: Southeast corner of 100th Street and Columbus in front of Starbucks and the Mandel School
  • Shauna Stoltz-Laurie
    answered 2015-10-21 17:12:37 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional street cleaning and sweeping?
    A: South side of West 100th Street between Columbus and Amsterdam
  • sarah eson
    answered 2015-10-20 11:20:05 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional street garbage bin pick-up?
    A: intersection of 125th street and broadway
  • Mark Hines
    answered 2015-10-20 10:22:06 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional street cleaning and sweeping?
    A: Broadway @ 157th St leading to 156th and 158th on all sides, especially around the subway entrances
  • Cita Anderson
    answered 2015-10-14 10:01:59 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional snow removal?
    A: All along 1st avenue, and second avenue from 86 to 125 street -there is a lot of traffic due to the 2nd avenue subway construction.
  • Cita Anderson
    answered 2015-10-14 10:00:34 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional street cleaning and sweeping?
    A: We need bins all on corners!
    Especially near the FDR drive on 102nd Street where a lot of people travel back and forth to Randall’s island for events, and sports activities.
  • Laura Drawbaugh
    answered 2015-10-09 17:24:57 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional street garbage bin pick-up?
    A: 144th and Broadway.
  • Laura Drawbaugh
    answered 2015-10-09 17:24:15 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional street cleaning and sweeping?
    A: 144th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam
    Residents litter prodigiously. Little understanding of recycling.
  • amalalane
    @amalalane tweeted link to this page. 2015-10-09 15:56:07 -0400
    Take the survey: Neighborhood Clean-up Survey http://www.marklevine.nyc/neighborhood_cleanup?recruiter_id=63551
  • Alfonso Brookes
    answered 2015-10-09 15:24:01 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional snow removal?
    A: Broadway 137th Street and 145th Street
  • Alfonso Brookes
    answered 2015-10-09 15:22:54 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional street garbage bin pick-up?
    A: Broadway between 137th Street and 145th Street
  • Alfonso Brookes
    answered 2015-10-09 15:21:18 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional street cleaning and sweeping?
    A: 138th street between Broadway and Riverside Drive
  • Maximo Javier
    @MaximoMJavier tweeted link to this page. 2015-10-09 10:11:05 -0400
    Take the survey: Neighborhood Clean-up Survey http://www.marklevine.nyc/neighborhood_cleanup?recruiter_id=41654
  • Maximo Javier
    answered 2015-10-09 10:09:40 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional snow removal?
    A: Broadway between 155 Street and 178 Street
  • Maximo Javier
    answered 2015-10-09 10:08:03 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional street garbage bin pick-up?
    A: Broadway between 155 Street and 178 Street. Edward M. Morgan Pl and 157th Street
  • Maximo Javier
    answered 2015-10-09 10:02:47 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional street cleaning and sweeping?
    A: Broadway between 155 Street and 178 Street
  • Gretchen Knudsen
    @ tweeted link to this page. 2015-10-09 09:35:10 -0400
    Take the survey: Neighborhood Clean-up Survey http://www.marklevine.nyc/neighborhood_cleanup?recruiter_id=63529
  • Elizabeth Tritsch
    answered 2015-10-09 09:13:33 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional snow removal?
    A: St Nicholas Ave between W 147th and W 155th St. also, Edgecombe Ave between W 155th and W 170th St. and St Nicholas Ave heading towards Edgecombe Ave between W 155th and W 177th.
  • Elizabeth Tritsch
    answered 2015-10-09 09:08:11 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional street garbage bin pick-up?
    A: St Nicholas Ave heading towards Edgecombe Ave between W 155th and W 177th St behind the subway and in front of the triangle park.
  • Elizabeth Tritsch
    answered 2015-10-09 09:06:19 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional street cleaning and sweeping?
    A: Edgecombe Ave in front of the apt buildings between W 155th and W 170th St. Also, dog poop on both sides of the sidewalk on Edgecombe Ave.
    There aren’t any garbage cans and there are piles of garbage on the sidewalk between two apartment buildings and on the corner of the street every morning while I walk my child to school.
  • Christina Callicutt
    answered 2015-10-09 08:05:03 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional street garbage bin pick-up?
    A: White Plains Rd 233 St Bronx New York 10466
  • Christina Callicutt
    answered 2015-10-09 08:05:00 -0400
    Q: Where do you want additional street garbage bin pick-up?
    A: White Plains Rd 233 St Bronx New York 10466
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