BNA is located inside 1002 Brighton Beach Ave.  

We are in desperate need of donations. All donations help to underwrite operational costs and various community programs to raise the quality of life for the residents of our seaside communtiy. Please help, all donations are tax deductable.

Check or Money Orders made out to BNA.
Mail to: 1002 Brighton Beach Ave - Brooklyn, NY 11235. Please
Contact us
for more information.



Office Hours: Monday–Friday
9:30 a.m – 5:00 p.m.


Please visit our Updates and Events to find out what public events or programs we may have to offer.


Stop by today, our neighborhood association is here to listen.

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Welcome to Our Website

Our neighborhood association provides a range of social services to the residents of Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, NY. Established in 1977, Brighton Neighborhood Association (BNA) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 Charitable organization that helps residents with quality-of-life issues, including advocacy, housing, senior care, youth services, immigrant outreach and more. BNA is your Family.

Serving the diverse Brighton Beach community for more than 40 years, we've been cited by all levels of the government for our dedication to social services.

Our Mission

Is to maintain the quality of life of Brighton Beach by preserving its unique characteristics as well as assisting it in becoming a viable community for the 21st century. BNA recognizes that the need for preservation and rehabilitation of the old world housing stock is essential for the stability of our community, and that those of us residing in the community should have a decent place to reside. Secondly, there is a need for a neighborhood free of crime. Thirdly, a healthy social environment where our diversity can be celebrated is essential for the well-being of Brighton Beach residents and visitors.


Brighton Beaches are CLOSED for Swimming.

The Annual Brighton Jubilee Festival

Stretching along Brighton Beach Avenue and turning down Coney Island Avenue toward the Atlantic Ocean and Famous Riegelman Boardwalk, the Jubilee Festival is the event of the year. With hundreds of diverse merchandise including local crafts, international food, kiddie rides, and multiple stages of entertainment, the Jubilee Festival is when thousands of diverse people come together to celebrate the Brighton Beach neighborhood.

The 44th Annual Brighton Jubilee has been Canceled for 2020.

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Heat Law for Buildings in New York City

By law, building owners must provide all tenants with the following levels of heat:

Heat (During the heating season, October 1 through May 31)

  • Between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m., heat must register at least 68 degrees Fahrenheit when the outside temperature falls below 55 degrees.
  • Between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., heat must register at least 62 degrees Fahrenheit.

If you are not receiving heat and/or hot water, Please call 311 immediately to register a complaint, and
give us a call at 718-891-0800.

BNA's Pat Singer appeared on "Gabe Pressman Explores Brighton Beach" on NBCNewYork which aired June 4, 2016.