Department of Parks and Recreation
It cost $750,000 to install two water fountains in Isham Park in Inwood, and now the fountains don’t even work.
It has been nine years since the city swapped parkland for parking lots so the Yankees could build a new stadium, and a CBS2 investigation that started a year ago has uncovered a big problem with that deal.
People in Astoria, Queens said an elm tree on one block of 34th Street was a historic landmark, and said they should have been notified before it got chopped up.
City Comptroller Scott Stringer said park injury claims have cost tax payers $20 million.
Pedestrians say they were just walking through after dark when they got slapped with summons.
Beachgoers claim they are being harassed and threatened by a New York City Department of Parks and Recreation security officer, and new exclusive video shows a heated confrontation right on the shore.
Scientists have launched a study into plant and animal life in the Bronx River, in the interest of improving the river ecosystem and eventually making the river into an attraction.
As a foreign correspondent for Newsweek, Richard Chesnoff survived wars and riots. Yet he said it was a brush with a New York City sidewalk that left him wounded — 23 stitches in the ankle and a bruise on his leg.
An enormous hornet nest was found in a tree surrounding a Washington Heights playground Wednesday, prompting a response from the NYPD.
Lifeguards have been lighting up while working at a city beach, and they haven’t been smoking cigarettes.
Hot dog vendors will likely soon be forced out of the iconic Washington Square Park, and the owners believe it is all because of a group of wealthy neighbors.
With Staten Island deer sightings on the rise, officials plan to start keeping track of animals from the sky.
Neighbors and the local city councilman have called on the city to step up its efforts, as a park in Woodside, Queens remains overrun with rats.
Construction crews are working around the clock to get the Rockaway boardwalk reconstructed in time for the start of summer.
Organizers held a rally Tuesday morning on West 25th Street ahead of a public hearing regarding proposed rules for community gardens.