Manhattan Community Board Six (CB6) represents the geographic area known as Manhattan Community District 6 (CD6). CD6 includes many neighborhoods on Manhattan’s East Side, such as Stuyvesant Town – Peter Cooper Village, Gramercy, Kips Bay, Murray Hill, Tudor City, Turtle Bay, and Sutton Place. Our district is home to some of New York City’s most well-known landmarks, including the United Nations and the Chrysler Building; the oldest hospital in America, the country’s largest homeless shelter, and a tiny island that is off limits to visitors. You can find more information about Community District 6 below, as well as on the Department of City Planning’s website.
The Department of City Planning has created additional maps that overlay land use and zoning:
- CB6 Base Map (Printable District Map)
- Census Tracts
- Political Districts on top of the maps of the district
There are two police precincts that serve Manhattan Community District 6 (CD6).
Business Improvement Districts
There are five Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) located in Manhattan Community District 6 (CD6). BIDs are organizations in commercial districts that oversee and fund the maintenance, improvement, and promotion of their commercial district.