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Neighbors Council

 

Relaunched in February 2021, the High Line Neighbors Council is a group of committed stakeholders who live and work in Chelsea and the West Side of Manhattan. The council is composed of 15 engaged individuals, including local residents and business owners, High Line Teens staff and alumni, and representatives from community-based partners.

 

Relaunched in February 2021, the High Line Neighbors Council is a group of committed stakeholders who live and work in Chelsea and the West Side of Manhattan. The council is composed of 15 engaged individuals, including local residents and business owners, High Line Teens staff and alumni, and representatives from community-based partners.

The Neighbors Council provides an opportunity for the High Line to develop and maintain connections with community members, elicit member needs, insights, interests, concerns and ideas to inform High Line priorities, and collaborate on community based initiatives.

Neighbors Council members are provided with stipends to support their participation in monthly meetings. In addition, members participate in presentations led by High Line staff and have special access to programming at the High Line and in the surrounding community.

 

The Neighbors Council provides an opportunity for the High Line to develop and maintain connections with community members, elicit member needs, insights, interests, concerns and ideas to inform High Line priorities, and collaborate on community based initiatives.

Neighbors Council members are provided with stipends to support their participation in monthly meetings. In addition, members participate in presentations led by High Line staff and have special access to programming at the High Line and in the surrounding community.

 

Support

Major support for High Line Community Engagement Programs is provided by Sarah Min and Matt Pincus.