Resident

Resident

Resident association, resident boards, and NYCHA tools and social media channels.

Queensbridge Tenant Association

One of the easiest and most effective ways to get involved in your community is to join your local resident association. Meet with other tenants to advocate for Queensbridge and find out what’s happening in your neighborhood. 

Queensbridge Tenant Office
10-44 41st Avenue
Long Island City, NY 11101
(347) 848-0951
Wheelchair Accessible

Resident Boards and Committees

NYCHA resident boards and committees give tenants the chance to make recommendations and vote on policies. Get information on how to join the NYCHA Resident Board, the Resident Advisory Board, the Citywide Council of Presidents, and the Public Safety Advisory Committee.
View NYCHA Board and Committee Information

Request Apartment Repairs

You can use MyNYCHA to create, schedule, and manage work tickets for apartment repairs online or on your smart phone, 24/7. MyNYCHA can also send you alerts when there is an outage and help you schedule or reschedule times for repairs.
Visit the MyNYCHA website
Download the MyNYCHA app

NYCHA YouTube Channel

Learn about NYCHA programs, developments, and residents across NYC with these short online videos.
Watch the NYCHA YouTube channel

NYCHA Twitter

Read about the latest updates and news from NYCHA.
Follow NYCHA on Twitter

NYCHA E-Newsletters

Get email newsletters from NYCHA to stay informed with the latest news.
Subscribe to e-newsletters

Interested in learning more about employment assistance, job training, adult education and business development opportunities? 
Sign up for the REES e-newsletter

Check Your Housing Status and Pay Rent Online

The NYCHA Self-Service Portal is a website that lets residents update and check on the status of their information, pay rent online, and more.
Visit the NYCHA Self Service Portal

Get Help Increasing Your Assets

REES, NYCHA’s Office of Resident Economic Empowerment & Sustainability (REES) supports residents to increase their income and assets through programs, policies, and collaborations in four key areas:
  • Employment and career advancement
  • Adult education and vocational training
  • Financial empowerment and
  • Resident business development
Learn more about REES
REES Hotline at 718.289.8100

Share Information About Your Neighborhood

The neighborhoods.nyc website lets residents organize online and share information about what’s happening in their neighborhood. Visit queensbridge.nyc to get information about local services, and to share information about your neighborhood.
Visit queensbridge.nyc

311

Make a complaint, check the status of a complaint, make a payment, and get information about a program or event in your neighborhood.
Visit 311 website
Download the free 311 app

Free Identification Card

IDNYC is the new, free identification card for all New York City residents. It can help you get City services, museum memberships, and much more.
Get an IDNYC