There are 9 City Councils in Kings County, New York, serving a population of 2,635,121 people in an area of 70 square miles. There is 1 City Council per 292,791 people, and 1 City Council per 7 square miles.
In New York, Kings County is ranked 9th of 62 counties in City Councils per capita, and 2nd of 62 counties in City Councils per square mile.
Find Kings County, New York city councils.
Bath Beach Bensonhurst Brooklyn Community Board 2214 Bath Avenue Gravesend, NY
Bedford-Stuyvesant Ocean Hill Brooklyn Community Board 1360 Fulton Street Bedford-Stuyvesant, NY
Boro Park Midwood Brooklyn Community Board 5910 13th Avenue Borough Park, NY
Brownsville Ocean Hill Brooklyn Community Board 16 444 Thomas S Boyland Street Brownsville, NY
Canarsie Mill Island Brooklyn Community Board 18 1097 Bergen Avenue Bergen Beach, NY
Coney Island Seagate Brooklyn Community Board 1201 Surf Avenue Coney Island, NY
Flushing Avenue Southside Brooklyn Community Board 435 Graham Avenue Williamsburg, NY
Red Hook Cobble Hill Brooklyn Community Board 6 250 Baltic Street Cobble Hill, NY
Sheepshead Bay Plum Beach Brooklyn Community Board 2001 Oriental Boulevard Manhattan Beach, NY
The Kings County City Council is the legislative body for a city government in Kings County, NY. The City Council governs and sets policy for city government. Cities derive their authority from New York State, and the City Council is responsible for exercising that authority. Powers and duties of City Councils include adopting and operating capital budgets, setting Kings County tax rates, authorizing borrowing, adopting ordinances and resolutions, and approving contracts. City Councils in Kings County have substantial authority over regulating land use, business activity, and public health and safety, in addition to exercising eminent domain. The City Council also oversees city staff and operations in Kings County.You may contact the City Council for questions about: