Ozone Park

Asia Society in Queens: Free Programs This Fall in Flushing

Our Asia Society in Queens series continues on Wednesday, December 2 at 6:30 p.m. with journalist Eric Fish, who will discuss his first book, "China’s Millennials: The Want Generation," which profiles Chinese youth coming of age in different parts of their country and how they are navigating the education ...

The 7th Annual Langston Hughes Literary Arts Festival

The Langston Hughes Literary Arts Festival returns on Saturday, December 5. This year's festival is based on sharing stories and creating connections. Join us in celebrating writers and be inspired by the power of literature. 

Learn more about this year's great lineup of writers and register ...

A Saturday Afternoon with Route 9 Ensemble: Standards and Holiday Highlights

Route 9 Ensemble's core string quartet will delight music lovers of all ages with an exciting program featuring standard chamber music repertoire and holiday favorites. The quartet will perform *Schubert's Quartet No. 14 in D minor*, also known as *Death and the Maiden*, and Joan Tower's *Night Fields*, as well as selections ...

Nominate Your Library for the NYC Neighborhood Library Awards!

How does your library make your community a better place? Here's your chance to share your story and tell us how your neighborhood library has made a difference in your life!

The 3rd Annual NYC Neighborhood Library Awards are accepting nominations now through December 18. Nominate your ...

Join Us for our Giving Week Celebrations

#GivingTuesday is a global day dedicated to giving back. On Tuesday, December 1, 2015, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give. 

Queens Library is celebrating ...

Make an Impact! Make an Year End Donation!

Invest in Our Library, Our Neighborhood, and Our Future!

Make an Year End Donation to Queens Library through the Buy A Book program.  For every $25 donation Queens Library can purchase a book and did you know that books at Queens Library are read by an average of 40 children. 

So ...

Donate A Coat at Queens Library!

This December, Queens Library is participating in the New York Cares Coat Drive!

Queens residents can visit 47 community libraries to donate new and gently used winter coats that will be distributed to men, women, and children in need. Each year, more than 100,000 coats are collected across the five ...




Magic Show

Location: Ozone Park
Registration: Not required

Jeremy the Magician will amaze you with his magic, then teach you how to perform simple tricks.

Free computer access is available at all the libraries.

The Ozone Park Community Library has:

  • 3 Adult public access computers
  • 2 Juvenile public access computers
  • 1 dedicated catalog computer workstation
  • Public access computers are available for half-hour time slots. Please register at the reference desks for the next available slot.
  • Free Internet access
  • Microsoft Office software
  • Limited free printing


Queens Library Public Internet Use Policy.









International Language Collections at the Ozone Park Community Library include:

  • Spanish
  • Chinese
  • Bengali
  • Hindi
  • Polish


Child Care / Preschools
Community Board
Community Organizations & Services
Fire Department
Local Hospitals
Local Newspapers
Parks and Playgrounds
Police Department
Post Office
Private / Parochial Schools
Public Elementary Schools
Public High Schools
Public Intermediate / Junior High Schools
Elected Officials
Special Services

Child Care / Preschools
A to Z Learning Center
123-17 Jamaica Avenue
Ozone Park NY , 11418
phone: (718) 805-0544
Community Learning Center
85-15 101st Avenue
Ozone Park NY , 11416
phone: (718) 843-4312
Heart Share Services of New York Preschool
115-15 101st Avenue
Ozone Park NY , 11419
phone: (718) 441-4153
Heartshare Human Services of New York #3
118-01 101st Avenue
Ozone Park NY , 11419
phone: (718) 805-0571
My Precious Angels
81-05 101st Avenue
Ozone Park NY , 11416
phone: (718) 843-4302
Once Upon a Time Inc.
87-61 111th Street
Ozone Park NY , 11418
phone: (718) 846-4691
Playmates Nursery Inc.
131-13 Liberty Av
Ozone Park NY , 11419
phone: (718) 845-4549
Up the Ladder
80-11 101st Avenue
Ozone Park NY , 11416
phone: (718) 843-4349
Very Important Day Care Corp.
95-06 101st Avenue
Ozone Park NY , 11416
phone: (718) 641-4123
Very Important People II
132-45 Crossbay Boulevard
Ozone Park NY , 11416
phone: (718) 843-4349

Community Board
Queens Community Board District # 9
120-55 Queens Boulevard Room 310-A
Kew Gardens NY , 11424
phone: (718) 286-2686
fax: (718) 286-2685

Community Organizations & Services
US Railroad Retirement Board
Catholic Charities
94-17 84th Street
Ozone Park NY , 11416
phone: (718) 296-1172
Safe Space NYC (Children and Family Services)
157-02 Crossbay Boulevard
Jamaica NY , 11416
phone: (718) 641-3528
First Step Early Childhood Center
115-15 101st Avenue
Jamaica NY , 11419
phone: (718) 441-5333
BFFY Ozone Park Senior Center
103-12 101 Avenue
Ozone Park NY , 11420
phone: (718) 847-2100
New York Families for Autistic Children
95-16 Pitkin Avenue
Ozone Park NY , 11417
phone: (718) 641-3441
fax: (718) 641-4452
Hope for the Disabled Kids
103-59 100th Street
Ozone Park NY , 11417
phone: (718) 843-9363
fax: (718) 845-3755
Armstrong Residence (branch of Association for Help of Retarded Children)
9520 95th St.
Ozone Park NY , 11416
phone: (718) 835-5911

Fire Department
West Hamilton Beach Fire Station
102-33 Davenport Ct.
Jamaica NY , 11414
phone: (718) 843-1716
Engine 285 Ladder 142
103-19 98th Street
Ozone Park NY , 11417

Local Hospitals
Jamaica Hospital Medical Center
8900 Van Wyck Boulevard
Jamaica NY , 11418
phone: (718) 206-8000

Local Newspapers
Queens Tribune
174-15 Horace Harding Expressway
Fresh Meadows NY , 11365
phone: (718)357-7400
Forum South
132-43 87th Street
Ozone Park NY , 11417
phone: (718) 845-3221
fax: (718) 738-7645
Queens Chronicle
62-33 Woodland Boulevard
Rego Park NY , 11374-7769
phone: (718) 205-8000
fax: (718) 205-0150
Neighborhood News
PO Box 366
Island Park NY , 11558-0366
phone: (718) 889-9007
fax: (516) 431-5990
Queens Pennysaver Inc.
108-14 Crossbay Boulevard
Ozone Park NY , 11417
phone: (718) 843-5878
Forum Courier
137-05 Crossbay Boulevard
Ozone Park NY , 11417

Parks and Playgrounds
Centerville Playground
96th and Centerville Streets
Ozone Park NY ,
Ampere Playground
101st Av and 82nd Street
Ozone Park NY ,
John Adams Playground
133 Ave. 101 to 103 Streets
Ozone Park NY ,
London Planetree Playground
88th Street and Liberty Ave
Police Officer Demutis Playground
102nd Street and Liberty Avenue

Police Department
106th Precinct
103-51 101st Street
Ozone Park NY , 11417
phone: (718)845-2211

Post Office
Ozone Park Finance
9111 Liberty Avenue
Ozone Park NY , 11417-9993

Private / Parochial Schools
St. Mary Gate of Heaven School
101-20 101st Avenue
Ozone Park NY , 11416
phone: (718) 846-0689
fax: (718) 846-1059
St. Mary Gate of Heaven Children's School
101-17 103rd Street
Ozone Park NY , 11416
phone: (718) 846-3773
Saint Elizabeth School
94-01 85th Street
Ozone Park NY , 11416
phone: (718) 641-6990
Second Opportunity School
82-01 Rockaway Boulevard
Ozone Park NY ,
Nativity-Blessed Virgin Mary
101-60 92nd Street
Ozone Park NY , 11416
phone: (718) 845-3074
Little Dolphin School
107-01 Crossbay Boulevard
Ozone Park NY , 11417
phone: (718) 641-7754
St. Stanislaus Blessed Martyr School
90-01 101st Avenue
Ozone Park NY , 11416
phone: (718) 845-3188

Public Elementary Schools
PS 65
103-22 99th Street
Ozone Park NY , 11417
phone: (718) 323-1685
Old South PS 63
90-15 Sutter Avenue
Ozone Park NY , 11417
phone: (718) 845-7560
Joseph P. Addabo PS 64
82-01 101 Avenue
Ozone Park NY , 11416
phone: (718) 845-2890
PS 108 School
108-10 109th Avenue
Ozone Park NY , 11420
phone: (718) 641-4956

Public High Schools
John Adams High School
101-01 Rockaway Blvd.
Ozone Park NY , 11417
phone: (718) 332-0500

Public Intermediate / Junior High Schools
Elizabeth Blackwell School (IS 210)
93-11 101st Ave
Ozone Park NY , 11416
phone: (718) 845-5942
America's School of Heroes
109-15 98th Street
Ozone Park NY , 11417
phone: (718) 659-0471

Elected Officials
NYC Council
Hon. Eric Ulrich
District Office Address 93-06 101st Avenue
Ozone Park NY, 11416
phone: (718) 738-1083
fax: (718) 738-1918
Legislative Office Address 250 Broadway, Suite 1555
New York NY, 10007
phone: (212) 788-7069
NYS Assembly
Hon. Phillip Goldfeder
District Office 95-16 Rockaway Beach Boulevard
Rockaway Beach NY, 11693
phone: (718) 945-9550
fax: (718) 945-9549
Albany Office LOB, Room 542
Albany NY, 12248
phone: (518) 455-4292
fax: (518) 455-4723
NYS Senate
Hon. Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr.
District Office 159-53 102nd Street
Howard Beach NY, 11414
phone: (718) 738-1111
fax: (718) 322-5760
Albany Office Room 613, Legislative Office Building
Albany NY, 12247
phone: (518) 455-2322
fax: (518) 426-6875
US Congress
Hon. Hakeem Jeffries
District Office 55 Hanson Place, Suite 603
Brooklyn NY, 11217
phone: (718) 237-2211
fax: (718) 237-2273
Legislative Office 1339 Longworth House Office Building
Washington DC, 20515
phone: (202) 225-5936
fax: (202) 225-1018
Boro President
Hon. Melinda Katz
Hon. Bill de Blasio


Developed from farmland south of Woodhaven in 1882, Ozone Park was the brainchild of two land developers, Benjamin Hitchcock and Charles C. Denton. It was named for the “ozone,” the clean, fresh air of the ocean and bay. Purchasers of tracts of land sold by Hitchcock and Denton enjoyed the new area along the New York, Woodhaven and Rockaway Railroad leading to Howard Beach and Rockaway Beach. Ozone Park earned its own railroad stop on this train route, south of 101st Avenue. Early residents were the first to experience the thrill of riding the elevated train over the water to spend the day at the beach. Hitchcock and Denton then expanded the area of Ozone Park south, east and north till Ozone Park was double its original size. In 1889, Ozone Park was given its own post office with Enos H. McArthur as the first postmaster. 1896 brought the development of Ozone Park Heights as far south as Rockaway Blvd. The area was popular for housing development because of the easy and inexpensive train commute into Manhattan.

Ozone Park’s claim to fame is the largest thoroughbred racing track in the United States, Aqueduct Racetrack. This developed out of the Centerville Race Track and the Union Race Track of the 1880’s. Man o’War and the Seabiscuit of the book and movie were among the famous horses that raced in Aqueduct.

Seyfried, Vincent F. The Story of Woodhaven and Ozone Park,

Queens Community Series, Woodhaven, NY 1985, pp. 61-63

Newsday.com Long Island Our Story http://newsday.com/community/guide/lihistor

The first library service in Ozone Park began as the Ozone Park Free Circulating Library. It was founded in 1896 by the Women’s Club of Ozone Park and one year later was funded and supported by annual membership dues from a new library association. On January 1, 1901 the library united with the new Queens Borough Public Library. Its first recorded circulation was 7023 books and 385 borrowers. The library’s location was moved many times over these first few years but every location remained close to 101st Avenue near the present Woodhaven Blvd.

In 1929 the library took over the auditorium of the hall owned by the Woodhaven Exempt Volunteer Fireman’s Association on 101st Avenue. Firemen’s trophies adorned the building and added to the excitement. In 1953 this building was sold to the Catholic Church and the library moved to a former supermarket. Its current location was erected in 1975 and established as a branch library in 1976.

SOURCE: “Survey of Ozone Park, December 1962,” Ozone Park, Region IV. Unpublished data retained by branch.