The Office of the Brooklyn Borough President is Undertaking a Comprehensive Planning Effort for the Borough Focused on Improving Public Health Outcomes for Brooklynites.
Brooklyn Borough President Antonio Reynoso’s Comprehensive Plan is rooted in data and public engagement.
Learn more about Comprehensive Planning.
Download the existing conditions report.
Learn about Brooklyn’s Comprehensive Planning
Planning for Public Health in Brooklyn:
Existing Conditions Report [PDF]
A Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP) is a City Charter-mandated procedure where an application requesting a change in zoning is publicly reviewed with mandated timeframes. The ULURP process involves the Department of City Planning (DCP), Community Boards, the Borough Presidents and Borough Boards, the City Planning Commission (CPC), the City Council and the Mayor.
For more information, visit the Department of City Planning’s ULURP website.
Pursuant to Section 201 of the New York City Charter, the Brooklyn Borough President will hold a remote ULURP public hearing, on the matters listed for each hearing, on the respective dates.
Please note that remote hearings will be recorded for public transparency.
For information on accessibility or to make a request for accommodations, such as sign language interpretation services, please contact Stephanie Guzman at [email protected] at least five (5) business days in advance to ensure availability.
The hearings will be conducted through the Webex video conferencing system, unless noted otherwise.
Members of the public may join and testify using the information provided for each hearing.
To testify, members of the public joining through the Webex video conferencing system must write their name in that system’s chat box and note the item on which they wish to testify. For members of the public joining by telephone, when prompted by the Facilitator, please state your name and agenda item on which you wish to testify. Testimony is limited to 2 minutes, unless extended by the Chair.
Written public testimony is welcome and encouraged. Comments will be considered after the public hearing on each of the items listed for the hearing. Written comments or statements must be submitted to the Brooklyn Borough President at the email address [email protected] no later than 5 PM of the designated date for the hearing and items.