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Community Board

Staten Island Community Board #1 One Edgewater Plaza
Room 217
Staten Island, NY 10305
Phone: 718-981-6900
Fax: 718-720-1342
Web site:
District Manager: Joseph Carroll

Elected Officials

Council District #49

Deborah Rose
130 Stuyvesant Place
6th Floor
Staten Island, NY 10301
Phone: 718-556-7370
Fax: 718-556-7389
Web site:

State Assembly District #61

Matthew Titone
853 Forest Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10310
Phone: 718-442-9932
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:

State Senate District #23

Diane J. Savino (Democrat)
36 Richmond Terrace
1st Floor
Staten Island, NY 10301
Phone: 718-727-9406
Fax: 718-727-9426
Web site:

Local Information


Engine 153, Ladder 77
74 Broad Street (Wright Street) 10304


120th Precinct
78 Richmond Terrace 10301

Local Hospitals

Bayley Seton Hospital
75 Vanderbilt Avenue 10304

Parks and Playgrounds

Alice Austen House
2 Hylan Boulevard

Luis R. Lopez Park
Targee Street and Palma Drive 10304

Cromwell Recreation Center
Pier 6 and Murray Hulbert Avenue 10301

P.S. 14/Stapleton Houses Playground
Tompkins Avenue and Hill Street 10304

Post Office

Rosebank Station
567 Tompkins Avenue 10305

Stapleton Station
160 Tompkins Avenue 10304

Schools: District 31

P.S. 13 Margaret L. Lindenmeyer School
P.S. 14 Cornelius Vanderbilt School
P.S. 35 Clove Valley School
P.S. 57 Hubert H. Humphrey School
I.S. 49 Bertha A. Dreyfus School
Concord High School


Immaculate Conception School (Pre K-8)
104 Gordon Street 10304

St. Joseph School (Pre K-8)
139 St. Mary's Avenue 10305

St. Mary School (Pre K-8)
1124 Bay Street 10305

Seton Foundation for Learning (K-8)
104 Gordon Street 10304

Trinity Lutheran School (Pre K-8)
309 St. Paul's Avenue 10304


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