What does the Community Board do?
The Community Board is the official municipal body whose primary mission is to advise elected officials and government agencies on matters affecting the social welfare of the district. Brooklyn Community Board Ten (“CB10”) meets on the third Monday of each month, except during January and February when, due to holidays on the third Monday, we meet on the fourth Monday of the month. The Board does not normally meet during July and August unless the need for a special Board Meeting arises. All meetings are open to the public. In an attempt to maximize accessibility, the general meetings are held at different locations within the district. We are your local non-partisan interface to the many offices and agencies of City government. Contact us if you would like to receive email notices of meetings.