Mayor Adams Kicks Off “Summer of Possibility”

Mayor Adams Kicks Off “Summer of Possibility”

By Idy Perl

Mayor Adams is kicking off a “Summer of Possibility” to celebrate New York City this summer. 

Mayor Adams and the DOT announced the city’s largest-ever car-free Summer Streets program, which will include 20 miles of Summer Streets that will be open for extended hours, from 7AM-3PM, a 33% expansion from previous years. 

The “Summer of Possibility” also includes new cooling centers, investments in pools across the city, and doing everything possible to ensure that everyone can enjoy the summer in the city. 

In Brooklyn, the Summer Streets will run along Eastern Parkway, from Grand Army Plaza to Buffalo Avenue. It will connect Prospect Heights and Brownsville along the same route as the Labor Day Caribbean Day Parade — one of the city’s most popular annual events.

“New York City is back — and with our Summer of Possibility — there has never been a better time to enjoy the five boroughs,” Mayor Adams said. “Whether you want to find a new job, enjoy our largest-ever summer streets program, or take part in so much more our city has to offer, our administration is working every day to ensure our city is working to give you the summer you want and deserve. This city is full of possibilities!”

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