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Community Board

Manhattan Community Board #3 59 East 4th Street
New York, NY 10003
Phone: 212-533-5300
Fax: 212-533-3659
Email: info@cb3manhattan.org
Web site: http://www.nyc.gov/manhattancb3
District Manager: Susan Stetzer

Elected Officials

Council District #2

Rosie Mendez (Democrat)
237 First Ave
Suite 504
New York, NY 10003
Phone: 212-677-1077
Fax: 212-677-1990
Email: rmendez@council.nyc.gov
Web site: http://council.nyc.gov/d2/html/members/home.shtml

Congressional District #12

Carolyn B. Maloney (Democrat)
1651 Third Avenue
Suite 311
New York, NY 10128
Phone: 212-860-0606
Fax: 212-860-0704
Web site: http://maloney.house.gov/

State Assembly District #66

Deborah J. Glick
853 Broadway
Suite 1518
New York, NY 10003
Phone: 212-674-5153
Email: GlickD@assembly.state.ny.us
Web site: http://assembly.state.ny.us/mem/?ad=066

State Senate District #27

Brad M. Hoylman (Democrat)
322 Eighth Avenue
Suite 1700
New York, NY 10001
Phone: 212-633-8052
Fax: 212-633-8096
Email: hoylman@nysenate.gov
Web site: http://www.nysenate.gov/senator/brad-hoylman

Local Information

http://www.nyc.gov/html/dc/html/maps/maps.shtml


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.

 

Fire

Engine 5
340 East 14th Street 10003

Ladder 3
108 East 13th Street 10003

Police

Ninth Precinct
321 East Fifth Street 10003
212-477-7811

Local Hospitals

Cabrini Medical Center - Stuyvesant Polyclinic
137 Second Avenue 10003
212-674-0220

New York Eye and Ear Infirmary
310 East 14th Street 10003
212-979-4000

Parks and Playgrounds

Cooper Park
East Sixth-Seventh Streets, Third-Fourth Avenues

PS 63 Playground
East Third-Fourth Streets, Avenue A

Tompkins Square Park
East Seventh-Tenth Streets, Avenues A to B

Joseph C. Sauer Playground
East 12th Street, Avenues A and B

St. Mark's Place
East Tenth Street, Second Avenue

Post Office

Cooper Station
93 Fourth Avenue 10003
212-254-1389

Tompkins Square Station
244 East Third Street 10009
212-673-6415

Schools: District 1

Neighborhood School
P.S. 19 Asher Levy School
P.S. 63 William McKinley School
High School for Health Professions and Human Services
Institute for Secondary Education
Manhattan Comprehensive Night and Day School
New Design High School

Other schools in District 1

Alternative Programs in Manhattan
Charter Schools in Manhattan
Special Education Programs in Manhattan

School and Zone Finder Mapping System

Private/Parochial

Grace Church School
St. George School
George Jackson Academy
Holy Child Middle School
La Salle Academy
St. George Academy

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

Colleges

Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
51 Astor Place
212-353-4120

New York University, Tisch School of the Arts
721 Broadway, 5th Floor 10003
212-998-1820

Touro College
145 Fourth Avenue (Union Square) 10003
212-780-4000

 

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

 


 


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