The Prospect Park Community Committee (ComCom) was specifically created to involve the local community in Prospect Park’s management and operations. The ComCom consists of representatives of more than 50 local organizations, as well as all of the elected officials (federal, state, and city) and community boards that represent the Park and the surrounding districts. The ComCom takes on an active advisory and advocacy role, representing the interests of Park users and the community while making recommendations for the function and future of Prospect Park. The ComCom meets monthly (with the exception of December, July, and August) to discuss relevant issues of Prospect Park management (e.g., dog rules, garbage and recycling policies, park drive regulations), review all capital plans and programs, and have regular discussions with city agencies.
To find out how your organization can become a member of the Community Committee, call (718) 965-8951.