|Throggs Neck Local Elected Officials|
The following elected officials represent Throggs Neck. If you have any concerns, please feel free to contact them by clicking on their contact link below.
Senator Allessandra Biaggi – 718-822-2049 https://www.nysenate.gov/senators/alessandra-biaggi
Assemblyman Michael Benedetto – 718-892-2235 https://nyassembly.gov/mem/Michael-Benedetto
Council Mark Gjonaj – 718-931-1721 https://council.nyc.gov/mark-gjonaj
Congress Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez – 718-931-2620 https://ocasio-cortez.house.gov/
Dept of Health & Mental Hygiene (DOMH) www.nyc.gov/health
Dept of Finance (DOF) www.nyc.gov/finance
Dept of Consumer Affairs (DCA) www.nyc.gov/dca
Police Dept (NYPD) www.nyc.gov/nypd
Fire Dept (FDNY) www.nyc.gov/fdny
Dept of Sanitation (DSNY) www.nycc.gov/dsny
Dept of Environmental Protection (DEP) www.nyc.gov/dep
Dept of Parks www.nyc.gov/parks
Dept of Transportation (DOT) www.nyc.gov/dot
NYC Business Express https://www1.nyc.gov/nycbusiness/
NYC Business Express is a 1-stop online tool for the License, Permit, Tax, Incentive Information, and Applications you may need, for any business in NYC. This Tool can also provide a customized list of City, State, and Federal Incentives for which your business can qualify.
NYC Small Business Services (SBS) https://www1.nyc.gov/site/sbs/businesses/businesses.page
This is a one-on-one service that helps businesses start, grow and grow by helping minority and women-owned businesses (M/WBEs) get City-certified and compete for contracts; Connecting entrepreneurs to free resources ranging from business courses to legal services, explaining government rules and regulations.
The following organizations provide the Community with a wide variety of religious, educational, recreational and health-related outreach information.
*ADAPP (Archdiocesan Drug & Alcohol Prevention Program) www.adapp.org
Founded in 1972, ADAPP serves the schools within the N Y Archdiocese. During its 48 year history, ADAPP has been recognized on the State and National level for its service and programs.
*TNCAP (Throggs Neck Community Action Partnership) www.tncap.org
TNCAP has been in existence in the community for over 20 years, with its main objective/mission to prevent under-age drinking through education/outreach/workshops to parents and children.
*Bronx Community Board #10 https://www1.nyc.gov/site/bronxcb10/index.page
Bronx Community Board #10 is a small agency of the City of New York tasked with issuing advisory opinions on matters such as traffic, land use, street permits, liquor licenses and sidewalk cafes. The Community Board fields and resolves municipal complaints and/or concerns from members of the public regarding City, State and Government Agencies, Businesses, Private Entities.
Educational Institutions – Local Schools
Bronx Arts & Science Charter https://thebronxcharter.org/
Msg Scanlan H S https://www.scanlanhs.edu/
Preston H S http://www.prestonhs.org/
St Benedict’s https://stbenedictschoolbx.org/
St Joseph’s School for the Deaf https://www.sjsdny.org/
Villa Maria Academy https://www.vma-ny.org/
Bronx Delta https://bronxdelta.org/
M S 101 http://ms101bronx.org/
P S 14 http://ps14.org/
The Official New York City Website www.nyc.gov
The Official New York State Website www.ny.gov
The Official United States Website www.usa.gov
Legal Services NYC – Assisting low-income Bronx Residents with Evictions, Foreclosures, Family Law. https://www.legalservicesnyc.org/
Legal Aid Society – Built on the Belief that no New Yorker should be denied the right to Equal Justice. https://www.legalservicesnyc.org/
Mobilization for Justice – Dedicated to people who are low-income, disenfranchised or have disabilities. http://mobilizationforjustice.org/
City Bar Justice Center – Free Legal Hotline offers legal information, advice, referrals, and in some instances, brief services, to low-income New Yorker https://www.citybarjusticecenter.org/