Located at 132 Canal Street in Stapleton, the Stapleton branch of the New York Public Library has been a center of community life since its opening in 1907. Located near the center of Stapleton Village and adjacent to Tappen Park and the Old Village Hall, the iconic Stapleton Library serves its neighborhood by offering programs for all ages, providing access to computer technology, providing educational programs, and of course, lending books, magazines and other forms of media. The renovated building was reopened in 2013 with much fanfare and excitement from the neighborhoo
North Shore Neighborhoods
Located at 445 Forest Avenue in the West Brighton section of Staten Island, Barking Palace for Paws & Claws is a full service pet grooming facility that services both canines and felines.
Bounded by Heberton, Vreeland, Bennett and Park Streets, Veteran’s Park is Staten Island’s oldest park. It was laid out in 1836 as a village green or common area when Port Richmond’s village streets were mapped.
McDonald Playground, which is maintained by the New York City Parks Department, is located along Forest Avenue in the West Brighton section of Staten Island. Specifically, you can find it between Broadway and North Burgher Avenue, with another way to access the park along Myrtle Avenue.
Located at 75 Bennett Street in Port Richmond, just two blocks from Port Richmond Avenue and opposite Veterans Park, the Port Richmond Branch of the New York Public Library is one of the oldest libraries on Staten Island, opening its doors in 1905.
Located along Victory Boulevard, Louis Street and Howard Avenue in the Grymes Hill neighborhood of Staten Island, Hero Park honors the 144 Staten Island soldiers who died in World War 1. In the center of the park rests a large boulder nicknamed Sugar Loaf Rock, the plaque is engraved with the names of the deceased Staten Island servicemen.
Tucked away in the Randall Manor section of Staten Island’s North Shore is Allison Pond Park, named after George William Allison, an engineer and the borough’s public works commissioner in the 1930’s.
Located at 63 Lafayette Ave. on the border of Randall Manor and New Brighton, Adobe Blues Restaurant is a cozy refuge from the industrial landscape of this part of Staten Island’s North Shore.
Walker Park: This 5.28 acre park is located on Delafield Place, between Davis and Bard Avenues in the Randall Manor section of Staten Island’s North Shore.
Located conveniently around the corner from the Stapleton train station at 354 Front Street is New York City’s only (and Staten Island’s first) indoor skatepark.
Address: 400 Victory Boulevard, Suite C
Staten Island, NY 10301
Phone: (718) 702-6848
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