NEW CB5 Service Directory
Contact our distrcit office to find out how to obtain one!
Community Board 5 Meeting
Community Board 5 meetings are every 4th Wednesday of the month for 10 months of the year. We are a traveling board, so every meeting may take place in a different part of the district. We resume regular meetings in September.
Linden Park's Renovated Tennis Courts
Green Spaces In CB5
CB5 has no shortage of green spaces. We have currently 60 gardens/farms/green spaces in our beautiful district.
Cypress Hills LDC Youth Market
Spring Creek Library
Our libraries are a gateway to resources from every spectrum. Our district has 4 libraries all placed in transit accessible locations.
Brooklyn Public Library - The Arlington Branch
Welcome to CB5!
Brooklyn Community Board 5 covers all areas of East New York, including Cypress, Spring Creek, Starrett City, Gateway and Highland Park. Members of the Community Board are non-salaried members, who are appointed by the Borough President and City Council Members who represent areas within the district.
When we meet
Community Board 5 meets the 4th Wednesday of every month, except July & August. There are no meetings held during the months of July & August. Meeting dates can change because of weather and holidays, so be sure to check our meetings page regularly to find out about updates and meeting changes.
January General Board Meeting
Get in touch
Community Board No. 5 represents Jackie Robinson Parkway (Queens Border) to the south: Belt Parkway: from the east: Queens City line (border to the west: Van Sinderen and Louisiana Avenue.
Mail: 404 Pine Street, 3rd FL, Brooklyn, NY, 11208
Servicing the needs of more than 184,000 residents composed of a variety of ethnic and income group that reflect in a true sense the mosaic mirror of the City of Brooklyn. Its boundaries are from the north: Jackie Robinson Parkway (Queens Border) to the south: Belt Parkway: from the east: Queens City line (border to the west: Van Sinderen and Louisiana Avenue.
Helpful Articles / Information
The City of New York is divided into fifty-nine geographic community districts, served by a local rep. body known as a Community Board.
Check out the guides and articles below: