Everything you need to know about posting a review/recommendation on the Park Slope Parents website. Please read through the information below. You'll be directed to a form to send us a review once you've skimmed the info. NOTE: Only active members of Park Slope Parents can submit a review.
To view the complete list of Park Slope Parents' posting policies, requirements and guidelines, please visit our dedicated policy page HERE.
Park Slope Parents no longer accepts posts for FRIENDS who are ISO a nanny, babysitter or caregiver. The PSP community management team
strives for transparency, trust and community. Because of the sensitive nature of caregiver posts, this important component is lost when deferred to affiliation.
While we’d love to help everyone we also want to be respectful of our members’ time by keeping the number of posts manageable and preserving the close-knit feel of the group. PSP asks that when possible friends (like the one you posted for) should become members themselves and experience first-hand the camaraderie and community that makes PSP a go to resource for 7,000+ families throughout Brooklyn.
Got a tween, teen, or college student looking for work? Here's how to use the Park Slope Parents Classifieds to help them find a gig!
You must be a member of Park Slope Parents to post to the Classifieds. If you're a parent in Brooklyn who's not yet a member, join HERE!
Here are FAQs about posting for a local public school or religious organization. Are you a non-profit? Information about how to post for a non-profit can be found here.
Want to post a real estate message to sell or rent property on the Park Slope Parents Classifieds Group? Great! Here are the requirements for real estate posts, plus some guidelines for getting the best response.
NOTE: Real estate posts are screened by special moderators, so there may be a 24–36 hour delay in posting.
Did you see something that you didn't like at the playground, on the street, in the Park or elsewhere around the 'hood? Before contacting the list or the anonymous moderators with what you saw, please review what PSP has to say about these kind of posts first.
Park Slope Parents (PSP) is committed to building a community in which members offer neighborly support, treating one another with respect, kindness, and compassion. To join PSP you must read and agree to comply with the following guidelines for membership that help keep the PSP community strong.