Community Resources

Boys Club of New York: Addresses evolving social, emotional, health, creative, educational, and vocational needs of boy development. http://www.bcny.org/

Community Board 3, 59 E 4th St, NYC 10003, 212 53333 5300,www.nyc.gov/manhattancb3

Community Board 3: “After Sandy: Lessons Learned”, CB3’s report of events that transpired within CB3 during Superstorm Sandy and recommendations for improved emergency preparedness.http://www.nyc.gov/html/mancb3/downloads/sandy/After%20Sandy.pdf

Cooper Square Committee: Works towards affordable and environmentally healthy housing and diverse community cultural spaces http://coopersquare.org/

Department of City Planning CB3 District Profile: Includes handy demographics, parks, schools and area community based organizations. http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcp/pdf/lucds/mn3profile.pdf

East Village Community Coalition,143 Simplex Avenue B, New York, NY 10009
(212) 979-2344, www.evccnyc.org/

FAB (Fourth Arts Block): Designated cultural block/district building lasting homes for the arts fabnyc.org/

GOLES (Good Old Lower East Side): Housing, employment and senior services/advocacy http://www.goles.org/

Housing Works: Healing community of people affected by HIV/AIDS through relentless advocacy and provider of life saving services. http://www.housingworks.org/

LES Ready: The Lower East Side Long Term Recovery Group is a coalition of community groups and institutions that cooperatively coordinate our response, resources, preparedness planning and training in response to Hurricane Sandy and in the event of future disasters. Our focus is on Manhattan’s Community Board 3 area and the immediately adjacent neighborhoods that our groups may serve. http://LESReady.org

Lower East Side Girls Club: Girls and young women 8-23 develop confidence in themselves and their ability to make a difference in the world and receive tools to build their futures. http://www.girlsclub.org/

LUNGS (Loisiada United Neighborhood Gardens): Coalition of neighborhood community gardens http://www.lungsnyc.org/

Police – 9th Precinct
Deputy Inspector John G. Cappelmann
321 East 5 Street, New York, NY, 10003-8802
(212) 477-7811

The 9th Precinct encompasses the area from East Houston Street to East 14 Street from Broadway to the East River in Manhattan.

Contact Information

  • Precinct: (212) 477-7811
  • Community Affairs: (212) 477-7805
  • Crime Prevention: (212) 477-7835
  • Domestic Violence: (212) 477-7839
  • Youth Officer: (212) 477-2417
  • Auxiliary Coordinator: (212) 477-2681
  • Detective Squad: (212) 477-7817

9th Precinct Community Council

  • President: Jerry Shea
  • Meetings: The Precinct Community Council meets on the third Tuesday of the month at 7:00 P.M. at the 9th Precinct located at 321 East 5th Street

Public Schools in Community School District 1, Daniella Phillips, Superintendent, 166 Essex St, NYC 10002, 212 353 2948

Elementary - http://schools.nyc.gov/NR/rdonlyres/A5BC0FB7-9EA4-475C-BC69-06528B867308/0/201314D1Directory.pdf

Middle Schools -http://schools.nyc.gov/NR/rdonlyres/A45137EF-D6E7-40C7-874D-FCF0E3EABF6D/0/201213D1MSD.pdf

High Schools – Citywide Directory of High Schools, Specialized High Schools, Addendum of Options Not Found in the Directory, High Schools at a Glance and Additional Was to Graduate:Get a Diploma or GED http://schools.nyc.gov/ChoicesEnrollment/High/Publications/default.htm

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