Billy Amato, Chair-Person - The West 80th Street Block Association
P R I V A C Y P O L I C Y N O T I C E
The West 80th Street Block Association is privately owned and operated not-for-profit private associaition. It does not accept any kind of donations public or private and it is a strictly owned by a botherhood menbers-only non-public private association.
The West 80th Street Block Associaition is privately funded by other private souces that can not be revealed what-so-ever.
Billy Amato Chairperson of the West 80th Street Block Association
AMNH at West 79th Street/Columbus Avenue
RICHARD GILDER CENTER
...FOR SCIENCE, EDUCATION AND INNOVATION
The Gilder Center will expand access to a broader range of the Museum's resources for students, teachers and families in the new way of learning opportunities and inviting all visitors to share in the excitement of our new world of discovery.
Richard Gilder Center for Science
Richard Gilder Center for Science
Monaco Cafe - Amsterdam Avenue at West 80th Street
READ ALL ABOUT IT IN
THE NEW YORK TIMES
READ ABOUT BILLY AMATO WHO STARTED THE WEST 80TH STREET BLOCK ASSOCIATION AND THE GOOD NEIGBOR SINGLE HANDED WHO SAVED WEST 80TH STREET FROM DEMOLITION (LANDMARKS PIONEER) AND TOOK ON THE DRUG GANGS AT 165 WEST 80TH STREET
51 years ago in 1968
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THE WEST 80TH STREET NEIGHBOURHOOD BULLETIN BOARD
***It's the LAW***
No Smoking in the City’s Parks and Beaches! On February 22, 2011, Mayor Bloomberg signed Local Law 11 of 2011, The West 80th Street Block Assoc. support this legislation because second hand smoke is a health problem for all New Yorkers but especially for families who have children with chronic asthma. Other cities have passed similar ordinances and CUNY just banned smoking on its campuses citywide. It is common sense legislation and in the long run will help New Yorkers become healthier, while reducing the amount of trash in parks and beaches. In addition to parks and beaches, the law specifically prohibits smoking in the following areas: pools, recreation centers and all other property, equipment, buildings and facilities under the jurisdiction of the Parks Department. The bill also prohibits smoking in pedestrian plazas, which are areas designated by the Department of Transportation for use as a plaza and are located within the bed of a roadway and may contain benches, tables or other facilities for a pedestrian to use. The ban does not include: the sidewalks immediately adjoining parks, squares and public places; any pedestrian route through any park strip, median or mall that is adjacent to vehicular traffic; parking lots; and actors in theatrical performances. The Parks Department is authorized to enforce this law, which is effective May 23, 2011, and may issue fines of $50 per violation or more.
Helicopters over the UWS
WE DID IT !!!
NO MORE HELICOPTER !!!
This was the story..............
Starting in February 2011 any tour helicopter flying over the city, not following the dedicated tour routes, or flying too low will be fined by the Economic Development Corporation (EDC). Fines will start at $100 and will be raised to $1000 by May. If you witness helicopters flying over the city or flying too low please call 311 and make a service complaint. As always make sure you give a description of the helicopters. The West 80th Block Assoc. is working with EDC to create literature to help residents identify the different tour helicopter companies. If you have any problems filing a complaint with 311, please contact Penny Ryan, at CB7 call 212-873-0282.
The West 80th Street 2019 Alternate Side Parking (Street Cleaning) Rules !!!
In many neighborhoods on the Upper West Side, people double park their cars for the duration of street cleaning, on the side of the street that is not being cleaned that day. This practice has always been technically illegal ("Double parking of passenger vehicles is illegal at all times, including street cleaning days, regardless of location, purpose or duration"--DOT). On West 80th Street the hours are now 11:AM - 12:30PM, however, double parking for the duration of street cleaning is openly tolerated by the authorities and CB7. If you double park your car or SUV/Van/Truck on West 80th Street for an extended period of time, it's very important that you leave some contact information displayed in your car, such as a piece of paper with your telephone number and address on the left side dashboard. This way any cars that youhave blocked-in can call you so you can let them out.
2019 Holiday Alternate Side Parking Suspensions Calendar
Tuesday, January 1
New Year's Day*
Monday, January 21
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday
Tuesday, February 5
Asian Lunar New Year
Tuesday, February 12
Monday, February 18
Washington's Birthday (Pres. Day)
Wednesday, March 6
Thursday, March 21
Thursday, April 18
Friday, April 19
Saturday-Sunday, April 20-21
Passover (1st/2nd Days)
Thursday, April 25
Holy Thursday (Orthodox)
Friday, April 26
Good Friday (Orthodox)
Friday-Saturday, April 26-27
Passover (7th/8th Days)
Monday, May 27
Thursday, May 30
Solemnity of Ascension
Tuesday-Thursday, June 4-6
Sunday-Monday, June 9-10
Shavuot (2 Days)
Thursday, July 4
Sunday-Tuesday, August 11-13
Thursday, August 15
Feast of the Assumption
Monday, September 2
Monday-Tuesday, September 30-October 1
Wednesday, October 9
Monday, October 14
Monday-Tuesday, October 14-15
Succoth (2 Days)
Monday, October 21
Tuesday, October 22
Sunday, October 27
Friday, November 1
All Saints Day
Tuesday, November 5
Monday, November 11
Thursday, November 28
Sunday, December 8
Wednesday, December 25
* MAJOR LEGAL HOLIDAY
* On major legal holidays, stopping, standing, and parking are permitted, except in areas where stopping, standing, and parking rules are in effect seven days a week (for example, “No Standing Anytime”). Parking meters are not in effect on major legal holidays.
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Manhattan Information Hot Line: 311
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