The Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation, known as Brooklyn Bridge Park (BBP), is the non‐proﬁt organization that plans, builds, maintains, and operates Brooklyn Bridge Park, an 85‐acre sustainable waterfront park stretching 1.3 miles along Brooklyn’s East River shoreline.
To provide an exceptional public space that connects people, nature, and the waterfront through inclusive, innovative, and sustainable management and design.
To be a world-class park for all, recognized as a leader in sustainable financial and ecological practices contributing to a healthier and more livable city.
The Members of Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation are the Mayor of the City of New York, the First Deputy Mayor of the City of New York, and the Deputy Mayor for Operations. Meetings of the Members of the Corporation are open to the public.
The Brooklyn Bridge Park Board of Directors comprises 17 Directors appointed by the Members of the Corporation on the nomination of the Mayor of the City of New York, the Governor of New York State, and local elected officials. Meetings of the Brooklyn Bridge Park Board of Directors are open to the public.
The Brooklyn Bridge Park Community Advisory Council (CAC) is the primary forum through which the community can provide feedback and comments to the Corporation on its major initiatives and policies. Membership for the CAC was chosen in consultation with local elected officials representing the park. The CAC is governed by its own set of by-laws that pertain to, among other things, selection of officers, voting, formation of committees and the scheduling of meetings.