There are 10 City Councils in Queens County, New York, serving a population of 2,339,280 people in an area of 109 square miles. There is 1 City Council per 233,928 people, and 1 City Council per 10 square miles.
In New York, Queens County is ranked 8th of 62 counties in City Councils per capita, and 3rd of 62 counties in City Councils per square mile.
Find Queens County, New York city councils.
Astoria Woodside Queens Community Board 1 4502 Ditmars Boulevard Astoria, NY
Bayside Hollis Hills Queens Community Board 4621 Little Neck Parkway Flushing, NY
Briarwood Utopia Queens Community Board 19715 Hillside Avenue Hollis, NY
Corona Newton Queens Community Board 4 46-11 104th Street Corona, NY
Flushing Willets Point Queens Community Board 7 13332 41st Road Flushing, NY
Forest Hills Rego Pak Queens Community Board 6 10401 Metropolitan Avenue Flushing, NY
Jackson Heights La Guardia Airport Queens Community Board 8211 37th Avenue Flushing, NY
Jamaica Rochdale Village Queens Community Board 9028 161st Street Jamaica, NY
Long Island City Sunnyside Queens Community Board 2 43-22 50th Street Woodside, NY
South Ozone Park Community Board, #10 11501 Lefferts Boulevard South Ozone Park, NY
The Queens County City Council is the legislative body for a city government in Queens 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 Queens County tax rates, authorizing borrowing, adopting ordinances and resolutions, and approving contracts. City Councils in Queens 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 Queens County.You may contact the City Council for questions about: