District 3's City Councilman Corey Johnson (now Speaker of the NYC Council) at 2016's Jane Street Sale. Corey is pictured with JSBA officers (from left) Kate Bostock, Marianne Nebel, and Cynthia Penney

NEW! It's easy to safely dispose of unwanted medication at the nearby  Lenox Health Center, open 24/7.  There's a permanent, secure "postbox"  for pills in the lobby of the Emergency entrance on 7th Avenue at 12th Street. 

Resources for Jane Streeters 


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

For local 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 Calendar

Many local issues, including Parks, Traffic, and Quality of Life, are addressed by the committees of CB2, our 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, all of which is reviewed for historical appropriateness, because Jane Street lies within the Greenwich Village Historic District.


Compost collection & textile recycling at the Abingdon Square Park GrowNYC Greenmarket Saturdays year-round from 8 AM to 1 PM.


Other City Agencies can be reached by calling 311 or visiting the 311 website.  ​​​​

NYC's Rat Information Portal (RIP) for resources for help

​Friends of Jane Street



Local Politics


Jane Street has two polling sites,

at Westbeth and the LGTB Community Center. Find yours by entering your address here


    (27th District)


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