Thank you for your interest in Brooklyn Community Boards.
Please have your identification, resume and/or biography, and a utility bill or other official mail ready to upload with your application. If you have documents-related questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Should you experience issues uploading your files please check if there are issues with other fields, then try re-uploading your files.
The Office of the Brooklyn Borough President solely collects and uses information provided by the applicant in furtherance of its duties and/or obligations pursuant to the law. All personally identifiable information (i.e., name, address, phone number, email, other information that identifies an applicant as a person), is stored in a secure environment. Moreover, the Office of the Brooklyn Borough President does not rent or sell personally identifiable information, nor would the Office of the Brooklyn Borough President exchange or trade such information with third-parties without the applicant's explicit permission.
Note that the Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) may allow for public review of this application upon request.
You must be a New York City resident to serve on a community board. To qualify for a particular board, you must live, work in, or have a professional or other significant interest within that board's district. The Office of Brooklyn Borough President considers a professional or other significant interest with that board’s district as:
(1) Being an employee of a City agency or organization located in the district and serving district residents;
(2) Being a member of the board of directors of an organization based in the district, and
(3) Being a student attending a school located in the district.
If you are seeking a council member’s nomination, we suggest you reach out to that council member after you have submitted your application.