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Community Board

Bronx Community Board #6
1932 Arthur Avenue
Room 709
Bronx, NY 10457
Phone: 718-579-6990
Fax: 718-579-6875
Web site:
District Manager: Ivine Galarza

Elected Officials

Council District #15

Ritchie Torres (Democrat)
573 East Fordham Road (Entrance on Hoffman Street)
Bronx, NY 10458
Phone: 718-842-8100
Fax: 718-842-6280
Web site:

State Senate District #33

Gustavo Rivera (D, WF)
2432 Grand Concourse, Suite 506
Bronx, NY 10458
Phone: 718-933-2034
Web site:

Congressional District #15

José E. Serrano (Democrat)
1231 Lafayette Ave
4th Floor
Bronx, NY 10474
Phone: 718-620-0084
Fax: 718-620-0658
Web site:

State Assembly District #78

José Rivera
One Fordham Plaza
Suite 1008 10th Floor
Bronx, NY 10458
Phone: 718-933-2204
Web site:

Demographic Information

Bronx Community Board #6
Population Characteristics - 2000
Total Population 75,688 100
White 7,021 9.3
Black 19,694 26.0
Hispanic origin or descent 46,391 61.3
[Puerto Rican] [25,917] [34.2]
[Other Hispanic] [20,474] [27.1]
Asian & Pacific Islander 891 1.2
[Chinese] [123] [0.2]
[Asian Indian] [355] [0.5]
[Korean] [35] [0.0]
[Filipino] [248] [0.3]
American Indian 201 0.2
Other non-hispanic 1,490 2.0
Groups between brackets [ ] signify a subset of the main group above.
Income Statistics - 1990
Persons 25 Years of Age and Older - 1990
Median Family Income
Per Capita Income
Number of High School Graduates
Number of College Graduates
Language Spoken at Home - 1990

Speaks a Language Other Than English

Speaks Spanish

Speaks Asian or Pacific Islander




Local Information


The New York City Charter requires that every ten years, after each decennial census, an independent commission be appointed to redraw Councilmanic District lines to accurately reflect the City's demographics. Each of the 51 Council Districts across the City may increase or decrease in size to accommodate changes in population per the Census.

The Mayor and Council leaders appoint the members of the Districting Commission to take on this task.  The Commission works to redraw lines with the data, process, and criteria required by federal law, the 2010 US Census Bureau data, and the New York City Charter.

After the Commission is constituted, Commission Members and their staff will begin meeting to review all relevant laws, regulations, and the Census data.  After public hearings and meetings, the Commission will develop a final plan to submit to the City Council and ultimately to the United States Department of Justice in advance of the 2013 elections.




Engine 88 Ladder 38
2225 Belmont Avenue 10457


48th Precinct
450 Cross Bronx Expressway 10460

Local Hospitals

St. Barnabas Hospital
4422 Third Avenue (East 183rd Street ) 10457

Parks and Playgrounds

Ciccarone Park
Arthur Ave, E 188 St, Hughes Ave

Post Office

Mount Carmel Station
652 East 187th Street (Belmont Avenue) 10458

More neighborhood information available at

Schools: District 10 and 12

P.S. 3 Raul Julia Micro Society
P.S. 023 The New Children's School
P.S. 032 Belmont
P.S. 059 The Community School of Technology
P.S. 159 Luis Munoz Marin Biling
P.S. 205 Fiorello Laguardia
J.H.S. 045 Thomas C. Giordano
P.S. 057 Crescent
Frederick Douglass Academy V. Middle School
Grace Dodge Career and Technical Education High School

Other schools in District 10
Other schools in District 12

Alternative Programs in the Bronx
Charter Schools in the Bronx
Special Education Programs in the Bronx 

School and Zone Finder Mapping System


Our Lady of Mt Carmel Parish Elementary School
St. Martin of Tours Parish Elementary School
Aquinas High School (Girls)

Jewish Schools in the Bronx - The Lookstein Center
Parochial Schools in the Bronx - Archdiocese of New York
Private Schools in the Bronx - New York State Association of Independent Schools

Information about Environmental Remediation Projects in your Community

Brownfields are properties where redevelopment is complicated by actual or suspected environmental contamination from past land usage. Because of New York City's long industrial history, brownfields are found in areas throughout the five boroughs. The New York City Office of Environmental Remediation offers programs that encourage environmental investigation of lightly-to-moderately contaminated sites, and that oversee clean up appropriate to a site's new end use. Information about these projects is available below:

New York City Voluntary Cleanup Program
Brownfield Educational Video series –Cleaning Up NYC


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