NEWS:

Welcome to our new website!

Next Meeting:

Thursday April 10th, 2014

GUEST SPEAKER:

Tatiana Orlov of Queens Action Council

We look forward to seeing you!

Welcome to Dutch Kills

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Location, Location, Location

The Dutch Kills community is bounded by 34th Avenue on the north, on the south by Bridge Plaza north, on the east by Northern Boulevard and on the west by 21st Street.

The Queens Plaza transportation "hub," located at the Dutch Kills doorstep, provides instant access to all MTA subway lines and the iconic Queensboro Bridge. Our community is located minutes from the Lincoln and Holland tunnels, the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge, the Grand Central Parkway, Brooklyn Queens Expressway and the Long Island Expressway.

LaGuardia Airport is located just north of the Dutch Kills community and JFK International Airport may be accessed by car via the Grand Central Parkway, or the MTA “Train To The Plane,” at the Queens Plaza transportation hub.

All Roads Lead To Dutch Kills ©

The Dutch Kills Civic Association of Long Island City, Inc., welcomes manufacturing and commercial interests to our neighborhood, in a unique partnership of a growing residential and business community working together for an even better Dutch Kills!

Come and explore the advantages of living and working in Dutch Kills… The Center of It All!

New to Dutch Kills? Looking for a great restaurant? Somewhere to stay? The local zoning laws?

Relax. You're here. You've come to the right place.

Explore these pages to find everything you need in and about Dutch Kills. Find our great restaurants, stores, banks and more in our Merchants section.

See our zoning map here.

Come join us or find out about local events

Most importantly, come share the excitement of this unique, historic, re-vitalized community!

The Dutch Kills Civic Association would like to thank Senator Onorato for his support.

And for their work on the website, we would also like to thank Liz Goff for copy and tagline, John Kellogg for research, Tina Maounis for the Dutch Kills logo, and Demetri Tashie for webdesign.