Government and City Resources and Services for Queens, NY
Voting Guide for Queens, New York
How, When, and Where to Register and Vote on Election Day in Queens.
Elected Officials for Queens, NY
Residents of Queens have elected representatives in Washington D.C., Albany, and New York City. To identify your representatives, check the lists and resources in this article.
Who Is the Queens Borough President?
Who is the borough president of Queens, New York?
DMV Offices in Queens
Find the closest DMV office in Flushing, Jamaica, or anywhere in Queens, NY.
Trash Pick-up in Queens
What Days Are Garbage and Recycling Collected in Queens, NY? When will my garbage be removed? Learn how to determine the days for trash and recycling pickup in your neighborhood of Queens, New York.
Annual NYS Vehicle Inspections in Queens
New York States mandates annual safety and emissions inspections for all cars registered in the Empire State. Check here for info on inspections and also for authorized inspectors in Queens.
Guide to New York's 2008 Presidential Primary
Learn all about the 2008 Presidential Primary in New York State.
NYS Division of Employment Services Information in Queens
The NYS Department of Labor provides career assistance and other services for employers and job seekers. Check here for services and offices in Queens.
Queens Borough Public Library
You can check the catalog of the Queens Borough Public Library for books, videos, and music by visiting their website. Also find information on local branches and library events. The site is available in Spanish.
New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)
Find DMV forms and all manner of info on driver licenses and vehicle registration for New York State.
New York City Government
Get the latest news and events in New York City from the city's portal site. Also look into NYC employment and other resources.
Queens County District Attorney's Office
Press releases, division information, and contacts for the Queens District Attorney.