Find out who represents you - this mapsite 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.
New York City Council Member Dan Garodnick 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.
New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn represents District 3, which includes West 53rd Street between Fifth and Seventh Avenues. The website includes in-depth information about Speaker Quinn's legislative initiatives and issues that she is working to resolve on behalf of her constituents.
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.
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 Midtown West's population, according to age, income, race and gender distribution.