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South Ozone Park is a neighborhood located in the southwestern area of Queens, one of New York City’s boroughs. Positioned just north of John F. Kennedy International Airport, it is bordered by Aqueduct Racetrack to the west and the Van Wyck Expressway to the east. The surrounding neighborhoods include Ozone Park to the west; Richmond Hill to the north; and Jamaica, South Jamaica, and Springfield Gardens to the east. To the southwest, it is neighbored by Howard Beach and Old Howard Beach.

Rockaway Boulevard stands as the central commercial corridor in South Ozone Park, playing a crucial role in the area’s economic and communal dynamics. Together with Liberty Avenue, it forms a key center for small businesses, making it a vital contributor to the neighborhood’s financial well-being. 

The Rockaway Boulevard subway station, which is served by the A train, is situated at the junction of Cross Bay, Rockaway, and Woodhaven Boulevards. Furthermore, bus lines including the Q6, Q7, Q113, and Q114 operate along sections of Rockaway Boulevard, improving its linkage and ease of access throughout Queens.

South Ozone Park’s zip code is 11420. The neighborhood  is part of Queens Community District 10. The New York City Police Department 106th Precinct has jurisdiction over the vicinity. In terms of political representation, South Ozone Park is covered by the 28th and 32nd Districts of the New York City Council.

Ethnically Rich

As per the 2010 United States Census, South Ozone Park had a population of 75,878, marking a decrease of 3,028 people (4%) from the 78,906 recorded in 2000. Spanning 1,878.12 acres (760.05 hectares), the neighborhood exhibited a population density of 40.4 individuals per acre (25,900 per square mile; 10,000 per square kilometer).

In terms of ethnic composition, the neighborhood was 6.9% White (5,213 people), 25.7% African American (19,477), 1.4% Native American (1,064), 23.3% Asian (17,691), 0.2% Pacific Islander (152), 10.5% from other races (7,999), and 11% (8,337) from two or more races. Additionally, those identifying as Hispanic or Latino of any race constituted 21% of the population, amounting to 15,945 individuals.


The Q7, Q9, Q10, Q37, Q41, and QM18 buses serve South Ozone Park. The closest New York City Subway station, 111th Street, provides access to the A train.

Aqueduct Racetrack

The Big A, also known as Aqueduct Racetrack, stands as New York City’s sole racetrack. Located in South Ozone Park in the borough of Queens, it spans 210 acres. Since 2013, the New York Racing Association (NYRA) has committed over $18 million to capital improvements at Aqueduct, emphasizing the enhancement of the guest experience and the quality of racing.

A notable development in this transformation is the inauguration of Longshots, a modern simulcasting center combined with a sports bar. Other enhancements include the addition of numerous new HD televisions and the installation of new HD video boards throughout the facility.

In 2017, NYRA initiated the most extensive overhaul of the racing surfaces since 1975. This project involved replacing the inner dirt course with a new turf course, implementing a cutting-edge irrigation system, and renovating the main track, thereby supporting year-round racing activities.

South Ozone Park in the Movies

The makers of the movie A Bronx Tale filmed a scene in Aqueduct Racetrack in South Ozone Park.


P.S. 63Q Old South provides education from Pre-Kindergarten to fifth grade and is situated at 90-15 Sutter Avenue.

Our Lady’s Catholic Academy is a child-focused Catholic elementary school catering to the South Ozone Park community with two campuses. The academy’s inaugural campus, established in September 2009 at 126th Street and Rockaway Boulevard, was initiated under the guidance of the Board of Directors. In September 2012, the school expanded, opening a second campus at 128th Street and 111th Avenue.

Our Lady of Perpetual Help School, affiliated with the church bearing the same name, is located on 115th Street and falls under the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn. Founded on September 12, 1927, the school offers education from Pre-Kindergarten through eighth grade.

P.S. 108Q – Captain Vincent G. Fowler, an elementary school located opposite the Aqueduct Racetrack, educates approximately 1400 students from Pre-Kindergarten to fifth grade.

Virgil I Grissom, J.H.S. 226, situated at Rockaway Blvd and 122nd Street, is a middle school named after the late astronaut Virgil I Grissom. The school, serving grades 6-8, specializes in various general education practices and operates as a zoned school.

P.S. 124 Osmond A Church and P.S. 45 The Clarence E. Witherspoon School, located at 126-28 150th Street, serve students up to sixth grade, with P.S. 45 specifically catering to Kindergarten through sixth grade.

P.S 121, found at 126-10 109th Avenue, completes the array of educational institutions in this area.

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