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Community Board

Staten Island Community Board #3 655-218 Rossville Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10309
Phone: 718-356-7900
Fax: 718-966-9013
Web site:
District Manager: Charlene Wagner

Elected Officials

Council District #51

Vincent Ignizio (Republican)
3944 Richmond Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10312
Phone: 718-984-5151
Fax: 718-984-5737
Web site:

State Senate District #24

Andrew J. Lanza (Republican)
3845 Richmond Avenue
2nd Floor
Staten Island, NY 10312
Phone: 718-984-4073
Web site:

State Assembly District #62

Joseph Borelli
101 Tyrellan Avenue
Suite 200
Staten Island, NY 10308
Phone: 718-967-5194
Web site:

Congressional District #11

Michael Grimm (Democrat)
265 New Dorp Lane
Second Floor
Staten Island, NY 10306
Phone: 718-351-1062
Fax: 718-980-0768
Web site:

Local Information


Engine 165 Ladder 85
3067 Richmond Road 10306

Richmond Engine Company #1 (Volunteer)
3664 Richmond Road 10306


122nd Precinct
2320 Hylan Boulevard 10306

Parks and Playgrounds

Great Kills Park (Gateway National Recreation Area)
Hylan, Emmet Boulevards 10306

Ilyse Court Playground
Ilyse Dina Courts

PS 53 Playground
Durant Avenue, Redgrave Street

Historic Richmond Town
441 Clarke Avenue 10306

P.S. 50 Playground
Adelaide Avenue, Clawson Street

Post Office

Great Kills Station
15 Nelson Avenue 10308

New Dorp Station
2562 Hylan Boulevard 10306

Schools: District 31

P.S. 23 Richmondtown School
P.S. 50 Frank Hankinson School
P.S. 53 Bay Terrace School
P.S. 58 S.S. Columbia School


St. Patrick School (K-8)
3560 Richmond Road 10306

Yeshiva Merkaz Hatorah (Boys, Pre K-8)
3495 Richmond Road 10306

Monsignor Farrell High School (Boys)
2900 Amboy Road 10306


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

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.