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2000 Community District Profiles - Archived


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Community District Profiles containing information from the 2000 Census with 2006 – 2008 three year population estimates from the American Community Survey.


Citywide Profile:

PDF Document New York City

 

Boroughwide Profiles:

PDF Document Bronx

PDF Document Brooklyn

PDF Document Manhattan

PDF Document Queens

PDF Document Staten Island

 

Bronx Community Districts

  1. PDF Document Melrose*, Mott Haven, Port Morris

  2. PDF Document Hunts Point, Longwood

  3. PDF Document Claremont, Crotona Park East, Melrose*, Morrisania

  4. PDF Document Concourse, Concourse Village, East Concourse, Highbridge, Mount Eden, West Concourse

  5. PDF Document Fordham*, Morris Heights, Mount Hope, University Heights*

  6. PDF Document Bathgate, Belmont, Bronx Park South, East Tremont, West Farms

  7. PDF Document Bedford Park, Fordham*, Kingsbridge Heights, Norwood, University Heights*

  8. PDF Document Fieldston, Kingsbridge, Marble Hill (MN), North Riverdale, Riverdale, Spuyten Duyvil

  9. PDF Document Bronx River, Castle Hill, Clason Point, Harding Park, Parkchester, Soundview, Soundview-Bruckner, Unionport

  10. PDF Document City Island, Co-op City, Country Club, Edgewater Park, Pelham Bay, Schuylerville, Throgs Neck, Village of Baychester, Westchester Square

  11. PDF Document Bronxdale, Indian Village, Laconia, Morris Park, Pelham Gardens, Pelham Parkway, Van Nest

  12. PDF Document Baychester, Eastchester, Edenwald, Olinville, Wakefield, Williamsbridge, Woodlawn



Brooklyn Community Districts

  1. PDF Document East Williamsburg, Greenpoint, Northside, Southside, Williamsburg

  2. PDF Document Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Heights, Clinton Hill, Downtown Brooklyn, DUMBO, Farragut Houses, Fort Greene, Fulton Ferry, Brooklyn Navy Yard, Vinegar Hill

  3. PDF Document Bedford-Stuyvesant, Stuyvesant Heights, Tompkins Park North

  4. PDF Document Bushwick

  5. PDF Document Broadway Junction*, City Line, Cypress Hills, East New York, Highland Park, New Lots, Spring Creek, Starrett City

  6. PDF Document Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Gowanus, Park Slope, Red Hook

  7. PDF Document Industry City, Sunset Park, Windsor Terrace

  8. PDF Document Crown Heights, Prospect Heights, Weeksville

  9. PDF Document Crown Heights South, Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Wingate

  10. PDF Document Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights, Fort Hamilton

  11. PDF Document Bath Beach, Bensonhurst, Gravesend*, Mapleton

  12. PDF Document Borough Park, Kensington, Ocean Parkway*

  13. PDF Document Brighton Beach, Coney Island, Gravesend*, Homecrest*, Sea Gate, West Brighton

  14. PDF Document Ditmas Park, Flatbush*, Manhattan Terrace, Midwood, Ocean Parkway*, Prospect Park South

  15. PDF Document Gerritsen Beach, Gravesend*, Homecrest*, Kings Highway, Manhattan Beach, Plumb Beach, Sheepshead Bay

  16. PDF Document Broadway Junction*, Brownsville, Ocean Hill

  17. PDF Document East Flatbush, Farragut, Flatbush*, Northeast Flatbush, Remsen Village, Rugby

  18. PDF Document Bergen Beach, Canarsie, Flatlands, Georgetown, Marine Park, Mill Basin, Mill Island, Paerdegat Basin



Manhattan Community Districts

  1. PDF Document Battery Park City, Civic Center, Ellis Island, Financial District, Governors Island, Liberty Island, South Street Seaport, Tribeca, Wall Street

  2. PDF Document Greenwich Village, Hudson Square, Little Italy, NoHo*, SoHo, South Village, West Village

  3. PDF Document Chinatown, East Village, Lower East Side, Two Bridges, NoHo*

  4. PDF Document Chelsea, Clinton, Hudson Yards

  5. PDF Document Flatiron, Gramercy Park*, Midtown, Midtown South, Murray Hill*, Times Square, Union Square, Herald Square

  6. PDF Document Beekman Place, Gramercy Park*, Murray Hill*, Peter Cooper Village, Stuyvesant Town, Sutton Place, Tudor City, Turtle Bay

  7. PDF Document Lincoln Square, Manhattan Valley, Upper West Side

  8. PDF Document Carnegie Hill, Lenox Hill, Roosevelt Island, Upper East Side, Yorkville

  9. PDF Document Hamilton Heights, Manhattanville, Morningside Heights, West Harlem

  10. PDF Document Central Harlem

  11. PDF Document East Harlem, Randalls Island, Wards Island

  12. PDF Document Inwood, Washington Heights



Queens Community Districts

  1. PDF Document Astoria, Astoria Heights, Dutch Kills, Long Island City*, Ravenswood, Rikers Island (BX), Steinway

  2. PDF Document Blissville, Hunters Point, Long Island City*, Sunnyside, Sunnyside Gardens, Woodside

  3. PDF Document East Elmhurst, Jackson Heights, North Corona

  4. PDF Document Corona, Corona Heights, Elmhurst, Lefrak City, South Corona

  5. PDF Document Glendale, Maspeth, Middle Village, Ridgewood

  6. PDF Document Forest Hills, Forest Hills Gardens, Rego Park

  7. PDF Document Auburndale*, Bay Terrace, Beechhurst, Clearview, College Point, Downtown Flushing, Flushing, Kissena Park, Malba, Murray Hill, Queensboro Hill, Waldheim, Whitestone

  8. PDF Document Briarwood, Fresh Meadows, Hillcrest, Holliswood, Jamaica*, Jamaica Estates, Jamaica Hill, Kew Gardens Hills, Pomonok, Utopia

  9. PDF Document Kew Gardens, Ozone Park*, Richmond Hill, Woodhaven

  10. PDF Document Howard Beach, Lindenwood, Old Howard Beach, Ozone Park*, South Ozone Park

  11. PDF Document Auburndale*, Bayside, Douglaston, Hollis Hills, Little Neck, Oakland Gardens

  12. PDF Document Hollis, Jamaica*, Jamaica Center, Rochdale, St. Albans, South Jamaica, North Springfield Gardens

  13. PDF Document Bellaire, Bellerose, Brookville, Cambria Heights, Floral Park, Glen Oaks, Laurelton, New Hyde Park, Queens Village, Rosedale, Springfield Gardens

  14. PDF Document Arverne, Bayswater, Belle Harbor, Breezy Point, Broad Channel, Edgemere, Far Rockaway, Hammels, Mott Creek, Neponsit, Rockaway Park, Roxbury, Seaside, Somerville, The Rockaways



Staten Island Community Districts

  1. PDF Document Arlington, Castleton Corners, Clifton, Elm Park, Fox Hills, Graniteville, Grymes Hill, Howland Hook, Livingston, Mariner's Harbor, New Brighton, Old Place, Park Hill, Port Ivory, Port Richmond, Randall Manor, Rosebank, Shore Acres, Silver Lake, Stapleton, St. George, Sunnyside, Tompkinsville, Ward Hill, West Brighton, West New Brighton, Westerleigh, Willowbrook*

  2. PDF Document Arrochar, Bloomfield, Bulls Head, Chelsea, Concord, Dongan Hills, Egbertville, Emerson Hill, Grant City, Grasmere, Heartland Village, Lighthouse Hill, Manor Heights, Midland Beach, New Dorp, New Dorp Beach, New Springville, Old Town, South Beach, Travis, Todt Hill, Willowbrook*

  3. PDF Document Annadale, Arden Heights, Bay Terrace, Butler Manor, Charleston, Eltingville, Great Kills, Greenridge, Huguenot, Oakwood, Oakwood Beach, Pleasant Plains, Prince's Bay, Richmond Town, Richmond Valley, Rossville, Sandy Ground, Tottenville, Woodrow

* in more than one community district

 

SOURCES & DISCLAIMER:


SOURCES:

  • Population: US Census Bureau, 2000 Census

  • Vital Statistics: Resident births and deaths prepared by NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, 2008

  • Income Support: NYC Human Resources Administration, Medicaid Eligibility File, 2010

  • Land Area: Total land area from the Department of City Planning's LION street and District base map files. (The numbers presented for land area may differ from those shown in previous years. This does not reflect an actual change in the land area of community districts or boroughs; it results from a standardization of the calculation of area from the DCP District files.)

  • Land Use Tables: NYC Department of Finance's Real Property File, 2010 adjusted by the Department of City Planning for condominiums and parks. Condominiums, which have separate tax lots for each unit, are aggregated to a single tax lot per block in determining counts in the appropriate residential, commercial and mixed residential/commercial categories.

  • Housing Characteristics: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Census; New York City Department of Buildings

  • Employment Characteristics (Occupation for the Employed Civilian Population, Industry of Total Workers by Place of Work): US Census Bureau, 2000 Census. For a full explanation of these characteristics, read the PDF Document Technical Notes.

  • Educational Resources (Schools and Community School Districts): New York State Department of Education based on addresses and enrollments as of October 2006

  • Day Care and Senior Centers, Libraries, Cultural Institutions: from Selected Facilities & Program Sites in New York City (Release 2008.1) based on information from Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, FY 2007; Department for the Aging, 2007; Brooklyn Public Library, FY 2006; New York Public Library, FY 2006; Queens Borough Public Library, 2006; Department of Cultural Affairs, 2006.

  • Selected Facilities: NYS Education Department, 2010-11 school year; Brooklyn Public Library, FY 2010; New York Public Library, FY 2010; Queens Borough Public Library, 2010; NYC Department of Parks and Recreation, 2008; NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, 2011; NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, 2010; National Park Service, 2010; NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, FY 2009; NYC Fire Department, 2010; NYC Police Department, 2010; NYC Department of Correction, 2010; NYC Department of Juvenile Justice, 2010; NYS Office of Children and Family Services, 2010; NYS Department of Correctional Services, 2011; NYC Office of the Criminal Justice Coordinator, 2010; NYS Department of Health, 2010; NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, 2010; NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, FY 2010; NYS Office of Mental Health, 2010; NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities, 2010; NYC Administration for Children's Services, 2011; NYC Department for the Aging, 2010; NYC Department of Homeless Services, 2011; Food Bank for New York City, 2011.

  • Selected Characteristics from the American Community Survey: 2006-2008 American Community Survey 3-year population estimates and other selected characteristics.  The American Community Survey (ACS) is a Census Bureau Survey that provides estimates for all geographic areas of the nation, including New York City, the five boroughs, and the 55 Public Use Microdata Areas (PUMAS) that approximate New York City’s 59 community districts.  Data are based on a sample and are subject to sampling variability.  To learn more about the American Community Survey in NYC see http://www.census.gov/acs/www/index.html. For important information about ACS and using multi-year estimates go to: http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcp/html/census/popacs.shtml.

  • Parklands and Selected Publicly Accessible Open Spaces: New York City Department of City Planning Selected Facilities and Program Sites in New York City, Release 2009.1; Publicly Accessible Waterfront Spaces Database; Privately Owned Public Spaces Database (POPS).

DISCLAIMER:
The information on this NYC Department of City Planning web site has been compiled from a variety of sources, and is subject to change without notice. The Department and the City make no representation as to the accuracy of the information or its suitability for any purpose. The Department and the City disclaim any liability for errors that may be contained herein and shall not be responsible for any damages consequential or actual, arising out of or in connection with the use of this information.

 

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