RSVP to February's Community Forum: Meet the Public Advocate Candidates!

Our February community forum promises to be at max capacity, as we’re co-hosting the Public Advocate candidates to speak at our scheduled community meeting. As such, we’re requiring RSVPs to this event, and you can submit a question prior to the event as well.


We will strive to post a Facebook Live on the Hunters Point Civic Association Facebook Group for those who cannot make it in person.

How Would Sunnyside Yards Affect Hunters Point?

There is a proposal to develop Sunnyside Yards, one of the largest undeveloped pieces of land in NYC (roughly 170 acres). With its close proximity to Hunters Point, its development would have a huge impact on our neighborhood, infrastructure and resources.

Eleni Bourinaris, Queens Borough Director, Government and Community Relations New York City Economic Development Corporation will be joining us for a special briefing to discuss their findings on the feasibility study for developing the Sunnyside Yards.

We're hoping our members and neighbors can join us to discuss the impact and proposed development, so that we can advocate for responsible growth. 

Event details here.


Hello! Meet HPCA's new look!

Each year, our membership attendance, event attendance, and charity work has been growing -- and we're proud to announce other areas we've grown: a new site & logo!

Julie Epstein, a local designer, generously donated her talent to developing our new logo which will be used on our site, business cards, and other marketing materials you'll start seeing around town. 

In addition, our new site boasts features such as an events calendar, find volunteer opportunities, easily become a member, learn more about our mission, and see photos of past and present events. 

A special thanks to our partners, whose generous contributions ensure the HPCA can continue being a forum for change and bring new programs to our community.