Wed, May 5: Urgent Town Hall Meeting

An Multi-Community Town Hall is scheduled for 6:00 pm on Wednesday, May 5th.  This urgent meeting with City Leaders is focused on the escalating safety issues around ATVs, dirt bikes, slingshots and modified motorcycles of all sizes.  They speed down residential and commercial streets, pedestrian sidewalks, ride against traffic, disregard stop signs and lights, and hold up traffic to congregate or perform stunts. What once was a summer occurrence has now developed into year-round behavior.

The goal is a funded and sustainable plan of action from City Leaders.  City leaders have the power to change how the police and other city agencies manage this issue.  Residents need a combined platform to demonstrate the regular experience of this aggressive and dangerous safety issue.  This Multi-Community Town Hall, sponsored by Queen Village Neighbors Association, will be live streamed on its Facebook page.

Confirmed City Leaders include:

  • Tumar Alexander, City Managing Director
  • Joel Dales, Police Deputy Commissioner
  • Rich Montanez, Streets Deputy Commissioner
  • Chance Lee, Assistant District Attorney
  • Mike Lee, Assistant District Attorney
  • Councilman Mark Squilla, 1st District
  • Councilman Allan Domb, At-Large
  • Councilman Derek Green, At-Large

Saturday, April 17th: Recycle Electronics & Shred Documents

In honor of Earth Day, QVNA is hosting an electronic recycling and document shredding event on Saturday, April 17th from 10am to 1pm at Weccacoe Playground, 400 Catharine Street.

Residents and businesses are urged to bring old or obsolete electronics, peripherals, cords, small appliances, audio equipment, cameras, phones, scanners, printers, CDs, VCR tapes, microwaves, window air conditioners and TVs for free eco-friendly recycling.

In addition, in an effort to help everyone protect their identities printed on old documents, on-site paper shredding will be available.

This event has been made possible through the generosity of State Rep. Mary Isaacson.  To discover why it is vital to e-Cycle and shred documents, read the article appearing in the Spring issue of the Queen Village Quarterly Crier here.

ALCOHOL-LICENSED Business Complaint Form

When neighbors hear, see or experience nuisance behavior inside or immediately outside an alcohol-licensed business, please report it here. The link is always available from QVNA’s homepage: QVNA.org. It is NOT a substitute for calling 911. Each submitted report notifies law enforcement and government officials immediately and simultaneously.

What is reportable NUISANCE behavior by an alcohol-licensed business?
  • Alcohol from the business being brought outside
  • Minors consuming alcohol
  • Drug use
  • Crowd control issues
  • Loud noise or music
  • Loud and boisterous crowds
  • Fights
  • Trash & debris

Anonymous complaints are NOT accepted on this website. They are accepted by the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement at 1-800-932-0602 or here.