New York State Senator Brad Hoylman visits our Bagels & Bulbs event. 

Resources for Jane Streeters 

Dispose of unwanted medication 24/7 at the nearby  Lenox Health Center. There's a secure "postbox" for pills in the lobby of the Emergency entrance on 7th Avenue at 12th Street.

New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson

visits our Jane Street Sale.

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NYC Police Department 6th Precinct  233 West 10th Street, 212-741-4811.

For local, non-emergency issues, contact our Neighborhood Community Officers — more on our local issues page. For emergencies, call 911.


For information about the care of street trees, to report a tree hazard or to request a new tree, contact NYC Parks.


Community Board No. 2  (CB2)

Many local issues, including Parks, Traffic, and Quality of Life, are addressed by the committees of CB2, our vital volunteer Community Board, which meets monthly. CB2 holds hearings about  liquor licenses, sidewalk restaurant seating, street traffic, and capital improvements to our Parks. Other hearings cover building work, which is reviewed for historical appropriateness, because Jane Street lies within the Greenwich Village Historic District. The meeting calendar is published online and sent to members of the mailing list.


The Abingdon Square Greenmarket, on 8th Avenue at 12th Street, operates Saturdays year-round from 8 AM to 2 PM and includes compost collection. For updates on Abingdon and other greenmarkets, go to GrowNYC.


NYC's Rat Information Portal (RIP) has resources for vermin control.


​Other City Agencies can be reached by via 311, which lists the four means of contact: the 311 website, the Apple and Android apps, texting 311-692 or phoning 311.



New York City's General Election is November 2, 2021​

Vote.nyc  has information about

voting in person

early voting (October 23-31)

applying for an absentee ballot (the deadline is  October 18)

Find your polling sites for in-person and early voting 

Use this same link to view a sample ballot

This is a big election year, with races for
- NYC Mayor
- NYC Comptroller
- NYC Public Advocate
- Manhattan Borough President
- Manhattan District Attorney
- The majority of City Council seats, including District 3, which represents our area

IN ADDITION, there are FIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS (also listed in the polling site link above).

Information about the amendments and general campaign info is provided by several organizations, including these two non-profit, non-partisan news sites: GOTHAMIST, sponsored by New York Public Radio, and  THE CITY
NB: For the Nov 2 General Election, there is no ranked-choice voting