From statistics to maps to contact information, here’s where you’ll find a list of the people and organizations serving you and our neighborhood.
Find Out Who Represents You: NYCCityMap generated by NYC provides up-to-date information on who your federal, state and local elected officials are, as well as their contact information and websites.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is the 109th Mayor of New York. From his early days as a young City Hall staffer, to serving on his local school board, to his most recent position as Public Advocate for the City of New York, Bill de Blasio has spent his life fighting to ensure that every New Yorker – in every neighborhood throughout our five boroughs – gets a fair shot.
Manhattan Community Board Five (CB5) represents our neighborhood. The website includes helpful information about the issues that CB5 addresses, calendar of hearings and links to other neighborhood organizations.
Dan Garodnick New York City Council Member represents District 4, which includes West 54-57 Streets between Fifth and Seventh Avenues. The website includes comprehensive information on how and when to contact the elected federal, state and city officials representing our residents.
Gale Brewer is the 27th Manhattan Borough President. Ms. Brewer previously served on the City Council for 12 years.
Melissa Mark- Viverito New York City Council Speaker represents District 8 covering El Barrio, East Harlem, & South Bronx.
Brad HoylmanState Senator represents District 27
Liz KruegerState Senator represents District 28.
Richard Gottfried State Assembly Representative represents the 75th Assembly District, covering Chelsea, Hell’s Kitchen, Murray Hill, Midtown and part of the Lincoln Center area in Manhattan.
Charles Schumer New York Senator: Over the past three decades in public service, U.S. Senator Charles Schumer has built a reputation as a leader in finding common-sense solutions to national issues and a tireless fighter for New York.
Kristen Gillibrand New York Senator was first sworn in as United States Senator from New York in January 2009. In November 2012, Gillibrand was elected to her first six-year Senate term with 72 percent of the vote, winning 60 of New York’s 62 counties.
Prior to her service in the Senate, Gillibrand served in the U.S. House of Representatives, representing New York’s 20th Congressional District, which spanned 10 counties in upstate New York.
The Municipal Art Society of New York (MAS), founded in 1893, is a non-profit 501(c)(3) membership organization that fights for a more livable New York and advocates for intelligent urban planning, design and preservation.
The Community Information Technology Initiative (CITI) is a project of the Municipal Art Society. The goal of CITI is to provide community-based organizations with maps, data and technical assistance to support local planning efforts.
City-data.com compiles comprehensive statistics about west Midtown’s population, according to age, income, race and gender distribution.