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National Tennis Center
Home to the US Open, the National Tennis Center is open to the public for most of the year.
Police Precincts in Queens North
Find out about police services, precinct locations, and crime statistics for Queens North.
Police Precincts in Queens South
Find out about police services, precinct locations, and crime statistics for Queens South.
Privately Owned Public Space (POPS)
Privately Owned Public Spaces are an amenity provided and maintained by a developer for public use, in exchange for additional floor area. POPS typically contain functional and visual amenities such as tables, chairs, and planting for the purpose of public use and enjoyment.
Queens Borough Public Library
The Queens Library provides an online catalog, activities for kids and teens, online research, and an events calendar in a variety of languages.
Queens Borough President's Office
Visit the Queens Borough President's Office website to learn about emergency services, constituent services, economic development, and more.
Queens Botanical Garden
Started as an exhibit in the 1939 World's Fair, the Queens Botanical Garden is 39 acres of gardens, including special activities for seniors, children, and bird lovers.
Queens Chamber of Commerce
Find networking opportunities, business advice, and exporting information on the Queens Chamber of Commerce site.
Queens District Attorney (DA)
Get press releases, publications, and other information from the Queens District Attorney.
Residential Streetscape Preservation Text Amendment
The text amendment will strengthen front yard planting regulations, create stricter rules for front yard parking in one and two family residence districts, introduce new curb cut regulations in residential districts where they are currently lacking, and clarify the intent of many other regulations relating to parking and curb cuts in residential districts – Adopted April 14, 2010
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