Community Boards

Community Board 2
3 Washington Square Village, #1A
New York, NY 10012
Phone : 212-979-2272
Fax: 212-254-5102

Community Board 2 is one of the first community boards to be established in the early 1960’s. Its boundaries are the south side of 14th Street, the north side of Canal Street, the Hudson River and the west side of the Bowery/4th Avenue. We encompass the neighborhoods of Greenwich Village, Little Italy, SoHo, NoHo, Hudson Square, Chinatown, and the Gansevoort Market. The district is defined by its history of political activism, its unique architectural landscapes, active artistic community, and by the cultural and ethnic diversity of its populations.

Community Board 4
330 West 42nd Street, 26th Floor
New York, New York 10036
Phone: 212-736-4536
Fax: 212-947-9512

From more affordable housing to more schools, parks, hospitals, safe transportation, less noise, better business balance, and preserving the diversity of our neighborhood character, the 50 members of Community Board 4 volunteer to represent the district’s residents, institutions, non profit and businesses’ common interests to City agencies and bring solutions to our district.

Community Board 5
450 Seventh Avenue, Suite 2109
New York, NY 10123
Phone: 212.465.0907
Fax: 212-465-1628

Manhattan Community Board Five represents many diverse and interesting groups, neighborhoods, districts, industries and tourist destinations. From Bryant Park to Central Park, from the Garment District to the Theater District, from The Empire State Building to Grand Central Station, Community Board Five is home to countless world-class destinations, with more than 50 million visitors each year.

Community Board 7
250 West 87th Street
New York, NY 10024
Phone: 212-362-4008
Fax: 212-595-9317

The purpose of Manhattan Community Board 7 is to ensure that city services are accessible and responsive to residents, organizations, businesses, and institutions of Manhattan’s Upper West Side.  By hosting regular meetings open to the public, CB7 acts as a conduit for communicating events, addressing local concerns, and processing municipal applications of various sorts.  CB7 also plays an important advisory role in planning, land use, zoning, and the City budget.