The SPaCE (Seward Park around Canal East) Block Association is the advocate for the neighborhood in matters of:
- Liquor licenses
- Transportation Issues
- Intercity Buses
- Ferry service
- Land Use Issues
- William H. Seward Park
- Landmarks Issues
- Child Safety
- Community Emergency Response
- East River Waterfront / Resiliency
The Block Association meets quarterly the first Wednesday of September, December, March, and June.
Join our mailing list to receive meeting notifications.
Due to the Coronavirus shutdown, we have no scheduled meetings. If you have concerns, please contact us.
SPaCE meets at the Manny Cantor Center, 197 East Broadway, 6th Floor. We would like to thank the Manny Cantor Center for generously making this room available to us.
Important: Bring Photo ID for admission to the Manny Cantor Center
SEWARD PARK WITHOUT BORDERS / STRAUS SQUARE
The Parks Without Borders project has completed with a new plaza in front of Seward Park Library, a new, larger garden, and improvements along Essex Street.
The statue of Togo has been relocated to his very own circle in the new garden.
The park has been locked during the Coronavirus time, but it is scheduled to reopen 6/22/2020.