In Focus

Potential Closure of Clark St Station

May 9

BHA Enlists the Help of Elected Officials Regarding the Potential Closing of the Clark Street Subway Station

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Latest News

BHA Begins Search for New Executive Director

Mar 22

The Brooklyn Heights Association announces, with much regret, that it has begun a search for a new Executive Director to replace Peter Bray, who will be leaving his post at the end of June to attend to a serious health issue within his family.Read More…

BHA statement on the BQE Reconstruction plan by DOT

Oct 2

BHA and Community Oppose “Innovative” Approach

The BHA was extremely heartened by the strong attendance at the Department of Transportation’s September 27 presentation of their proposed approaches to the necessary reconstruction of the BQE. Of the two options, first, a lane-by-lane reconstruction (“Traditional Approach”), and second, a temporary 6-lane highway on the Promenade to expedite reconstruction of the roadway below (“Innovative Approach”), DOT gave clear preference for the second, “Innovative,” option.Read More…

Book Collection

Jun 29

The BHA is collecting books to support the NYPD’s initiative to set up a children’s library in each precinct. To promote reading by children, the books will be provided to any child to read or keep.Read More…

Corner of Columbia Heights and Orange St Renamed Emily Warren Roebling Way

Jun 6

With the support of the BHA, the City Council approved renaming the corner of Columbia Heights and Orange Street for Emily Warren Roebling, who took over the completion of the Brooklyn Bridge after her husband was disabled by caisson disease in January 1879. This location is close to the home where she and Washington Roebling resided at 110 Columbia Heights, now no longer standing. Read More…


Upcoming Events

Electronic Recycling in Brooklyn Heights

Don’t miss this electronic recycling event on May 19, from 10am-4pm, to be held at the First Unitarian Church Chapel on Pierrepont Street between Monroe Place and Clinton St. Accepting residential waste only.  Read More...


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