Welcome to the Briarwood Action Network!

What We're All About

The Briarwood Action Network (BAN!) is a neighborhood civic group dedicated to improving
the quality of life in Briarwood, Queens.

The Briarwood Action Network is a Briarwood community organization committed to
providing a forum for the diverse members of the community to inform and express
themselves on the full range of issues affecting Briarwood. We host informational
meetings on a variety of topics, we rally our neighbors together for beautification and
improvement of the community, we bring community needs to officials and representatives
and we bring officials and representatives to the community. We love Briarwood and work
tirelessly to build a stronger community.

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Next BAN Event:

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6 - 7:00pm
Community Meeting on Reducing Housing Costs for Senior Citizens
hosted by the Briarwood Action Network

Held at Samaritan Village, 138-02 Queens Blvd, 2nd Floor

Whether you rent or own, housing costs can be a large portion of a senior citizens’
budget. If you or a loved one is a senior citizen looking for information on reducing your
housing costs, we welcome you to come and meet representatives from NYC
Department of Finance. They will discuss:
•        Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption (SCRIE)
•        Disability Rent Increase Exemption (DRIE)
•        Senior Citizen Homeowners' Exemption (SCHE)
•        And more…
There have been important recent changes to some of the above programs. We hope
you’ll join us

Click here to download a flyer about this event
*** Feel free to spread the word by printing and displaying the flyer in
appropriate areas of your building ***
Please do not place flyers on any trees, utility/light poles, or car
windshields
Click here to see the New York State DOT press release describing a Traffic
Pattern Change on I-678 (Van Wyck Expressway)
related to the KGIP
which will go into effect after midnight on Friday, July 25 and will remain in place for
approximately four weeks.