Best Links for Queens
A community site.
Bayside Historical Society
Archives, exhibits, events, and publications of the 35-year-old society.
Colden Center for the Performing Arts
Information regarding upcoming show and events.
Community School District 25
School contact information, school board members, and emergency weather information.
Concerned Citizens of Laurelton
This community group works to "maintain the beauty and quality of life for all Laureltonites." Includes a community calendar of events hosted by the group.
The Greater Astoria Historical Society
A non-profit cultural/community organization dedicated to preserving the past and promoting Long Island City's future.
Holliswood Gardens Homeowners Association
Information and history about Holliswood and Holliswood Gardens Queens. With poetry!
Classifieds, original commentary, neighborhood events, and photo gallery.
Jackson Heights Beautification Group
The history and culture of Historic Jackson Heights, an official New York City landmark neighborhood.
Kissena Park Civic Association
La Guardia and Wagner Archives
The LaGuardia and Wagner Archives was established in 1982 to collect, preserve, and make available primary materials documenting the social and political history of New York City.
Laurelton Local Development Corp
A non-profit organization working to develop a business improvement district on Merrick Blvd in Laurelton.
Little Neck / Douglaston
LIRR schedules, area history, and information on community groups in this suburban-style Queens neighborhood. Home of John McEnroe!
Long Island City Homepage
All about Long Island City.
New York Hall of Science
An impressive site with many interactive features and exhibits.
Northeast Queens Jewish Community Council
Northeast Queens Jewish Community Council represents 22 synagogues and other community groups in Bayside, Bellerose, Douglaston, Floral Park, Glen Oaks, Holliswood, Jamaica Estates, Little Neck, New Hyde Park and Queens Village.
Queens Botanical Garden
Contains calendar of events, photographs, and educational links.
Queens Borough President
For news on the Queensbridge area and NYC HA news.
Queens Chamber of Commerce
Everything you need to know about Queens. Contains excellent links.
Eight different Queens-wide editions of the weekly newspaper.
Queens Civic Congress Online
Queens Civic Congress represents 100 civic, community, condo, co-op and tenant groups in the borough.
Queens Council on the Arts
The homepage of the non-profit arts organization founded in 1966 to support, promote, and develop the arts in Queens County.
Another weekly Queens newspaper.
Queens Democratic Organization
This unimaginative page lists elected representatives of Queens County, and contains an almanac.
Queens History Collection
Photographs,documents, and oral history about Queens, with the emphasis on Astoria and Long Island City.
Queens Historical Society
Information about the society, with some insight into Queens history.
Queens Lesbian and Gay Pride Committee
Mission, meetings, and upcoming events.
Queens Museum of Art
Previews exhibitions and features a gift shop.
Links to Queens restaurants, nightclubs, schools, parks, and local weather.
Queens Public Television
Links to other Queens organizations, a newsletter, and, of course, TV listings.
Queens Theatre in the Park
A fantastic site for a unique experience.
Local paper covering all of Queens. Great listings, in-depth coverage of news affecting the biggest borough.
Richmond Hill Historical Society
An in-depth look at Queens and Richmond Hill history, as well as maps and links to other relevant sites.
A comprehensive look at the home of the New York Mets. Contains stadium history and trivia.
Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce
Times Ledger Newspapers
A group of 14 community newspapers in Queens, including the Bayside Times, Flushing Times,Fresh Meadows Times, Glen Oaks Ledger, Little Neck Ledger, Whitestone Times, Jamaica Times, Laurelton Times, Queens Village Times, Richmond Hill Times, Astoria Times, Forest Hills Ledger, Howard Beach Times, Ridgewood Ledger. Click on the general Times Ledger web site to get to any individual newspaper.
USTA National Tennis Center
More than just the home of the US Open, the Tennis Center is open to the public 11 months a year.
The Wave of Long Island
A newspaper of the Rockaways founded in 1893.
West Flushing Civic Association
Neighborhood Information, a Local Calendar, Community Pages, and links to Queens organizations and Queens-related news items.
1964 Worlds Fair - Info on '64Ü'65 World's Fair in Queens. Great map of the fairgrounds listing.