Harlem residents got a chance to weigh in on upcoming renovations to Jackie Robinson Park on Monday night.

The city held a public input meeting to discuss how it will use its "Parks Without Borders" concept.

The program is meant to improve access by focusing on entrances and spaces surrounding parks.

Planners and designers shared their designs with participants, who then gave feedback and suggestions based on their concerns.

"On 145th Street coming down the stairs from Edgecombe Avenue I'd like to have them stairs fixed," said one.

"Number two is the stairs coming down from 150th Street into 148th Street, have them done," said another.

 "The poor lighting on the steps at 155th Street," said a third. "It's dark and when you get to the bottom there's an open area where you can go into the brush, vagrants are there, people can — have been robbed."

Officials say the project will focus on the Edgecombe Avenue and 145th Street edges of the park.