(New York, NY)- Senator Serrano participated in the annual New York City Pride Parade. The annual parade takes place along Fifth Avenue in Manhattan and is part of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month. LGBT Pride Month honors the 1969 Stonewall riots in Manhattan, which was a tipping point in the LGBT rights movement.
(Bronx, NY)- Senator Serrano participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony for New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito's brand new South Bronx district office. Her new office is located on 214 St. Ann's Avenue (between 137th and 138th street).
(East Harlem, NY)- Senator Serrano hosted a great turnout of friends, family, neighbors, constituents and fellow elected officials in his brand new district office space for an open house celebration. An enthusiastic crowd packed the new district office on 1916 Park Avenue for an evening of conversation, art and light refreshments.
(Roosevelt, Island, NY)- Senator Serrano joined the Roosevelt Island community in celebration of "Roosevelt Island Day." Roosevelt Island Day occurs annually and is an action packed day of activities for the entire community.
(Albany, NY) - The New York State Senate passed Senator José M. Serrano's bill S5048, whichallows New York City to set its own dog licensing fee in order to better protect the animals that call this city home.
Senator Serrano's District Office recently moved to a new location in East Harlem. To help familiarize his constituents with our new space, he is hosting an open house for the community. Our open house will be a great opportunity to visit our new office and meet with Senator Serrano and his staff, while learning more about issues he is working on! All are invited, but please RSVP if you plan on attending.
(Albany, NY)- Senator Serrano met with advocates from Compassionate Care NY, who traveled to Albany in support of the passage of medical marijuana. Compassionate Care NY is a group of patients, providers and organizations advocating in support of legalizing medical marijuana in New York State for the thousands of people suffering from serious illnesses.