Carolyn B. Maloney (D) Representative in Congress - 12th Congressional District
You can email Carolyn Maloney through her official website:
Manhattan District Office
1651 3rd Avenue, Suite 311
New York, NY 10128-3679
Monday – Friday 9am – 6pm
Dan Quart - New York State Assembly Member - 73rd Assembly District
New York State Assembly Member represents the 73rd Assembly District in Albany.
353 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10016
17th Precinct Community Affairs
167 East 51st Street, New York, NY, 10022-6010
The NYPD 17th Precinct is located in midtown Manhattan and comprised of the following communities: Sutton Area, Beekman Place, Kips Bay, Turtle Bay, Murray Hill, Manhattan East and the Rose Hill Community. The Precinct serves three main constituents - residential, business and diplomatic communities.
Contact Information Precinct: 212-826-3211
Community Affairs: 212-826-3228
Community Policing: 212-826-3212
Crime Prevention: 212-826-3224
Domestic Violence: 212-826-3210
Youth Officer: 212-826-3207
Auxiliary Coordinator: 212-826-3216
Detective Squad: 212-826-3206
The Precinct Council meeting is held on the last Tuesday of every Month at 6 P.M. at the Sutton Place Synagogue, 225 East 51st Street.
Crime statistics page www1.nyc.gov/assets/nypd/downloads/pdf/crime_statistics/cs-en-us-017pct.pdf.
What am I eligible for?
There are over 30 programs you or your family may be eligible for regardless of immigration status and even if you’re already receiving benefits or have a job.
Am I eligible?
Apply now for benefits.
Apply directly for SNAP, Cash Assistance and Medicaid renewal. Apply for all 3 at the same time through the Cash Assistance application. Log into your HRA account.
Adopt-a-Basket Program - Volunteer to help keep NYC clean!The NYC Department of Sanitation (DSNY) is seeking participants for a program that will keep our streets clean. By volunteering for the Adopt-a-Basket program, you will be ensuring that a trash receptacle near you is properly maintained and will not overflow.
Here’s how it works: DSNY provides a supply of plastic liners, a collection schedule, and a direct DSNY contact at its local office. To help, monitor your litter baskets; when they are three-quarters full, remove the used plastic liners, tie them, leave them next to the basket and insert a new liner.
It’s easy to register - just visit nyc.gov/adoptabasket and sign up to help us keep New York City healthy, safe and clean.
Air quality forecast
Data taken from the Department of Environmental Conservation website dec.ny.gov/cfmx/extapps/aqi/aqi_forecast.cfm.
Assemblymember Harvey Epstein, Assembly District 74
State Assemblymember Harvey Epstein represents the East Side of Manhattan, including the neighborhoods of the Lower East Side, East Village, Alphabet City, Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village, Murray Hill, Tudor City and the United Nations.
New York, NY 10007
Albany, NY 12248
Bellevue-Educare Childcare Center (MAUH)462 First Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Bicycle safety tips
Download the NYC Department of Transportation's official Bike Smart guide to cycling in NYC www1.nyc.gov/html/dot/downloads/pdf/dot_bikesmart_brochure.pdf.
Bike map www1.nyc.gov/html/dot/html/bicyclists/bikemaps.shtml.
Read more about bicycle safety at www1.nyc.gov/html/dot/html/bicyclists/biketips.shtml.
Blog: A Brief Guide to Building Research in NYC
By Philip Sutton, Milstein Division of U.S. History, Local History & Genealogy, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building of the New York Public Library, October 14, 2011.
The New York Public Library's Milstein Division is home to one of the largest free United States history, local history, and genealogy collections in the country, and many of the library's patrons are writing their family histories. Many reference questions pertain to building histories, especially in the light of genealogy. Afterall, those ancesters lived somewhere, and it's natural to wonder what it was like where they lived.
Sometimes patrons are curious about the buildings they live in, when the buildings were built, and by whom. They might wonder, "Who lived in my apartment building?," "What were they like?," and "What were their lives like?" The library gets these type of questions so often, they put together a brief guide to the kinds of materials that you might use to research a New York City building's history.