Voting Links for Million Dollar Participatory Budget Week Cycle 6

Participatory Budget Time! 

It’s time to vote on how to spend your tax dollars!  Millions are up for grabs.

Participatory Budgeting (PB) is a voting process in which residents get to vote on how discretionary funds which are allocated to their Council member should be used.  Participatory Budgeting, Cycle 6, vote week is March 25th to April 2nd.  Council Districts 27 and 31, which are represented by Council Members Miller and Richards respectively, are the area districts open for participation.   

A number of initiatives are vying for your vote including security cameras for schools, audio/visual school auditorium upgrades, NYPD Safety Camera, area park upgrades and more.  Look for community representatives out and about reminding residents to vote. 

Click here for a full list of participatory budget initiatives, District 31

Click here for a full list of participatory budget initiatives, District 27.

Already know what you would like to support?  Click here to submit your vote.

Want to vote live? Below is a list of neighborhood sites where you can cast your vote. 

Where to Vote In Council District 27

Cambria Heights Library

Office of the Council Member

PS 36

South Hollis Library

Cambria Center for the Gifted Child

South Jamaica Library

St. Albans Library

Roy Wilkins Recreation Center

Where to Vote In Council District 31

Far Rockaway Library

PS 181

Laurelton Library

Queens Library for Teens

PS 42

145-00 Springfield Blvd

Springfield School Campus

PS 106

234-26A Merrick Blvd (Near Dunkin Donuts at Laurelton Pkwy)

1045 Nameoke Street

132-15 218 Street

Office of the Council Member

 Call or visit your council members office for additional information.