My Neighborhood

Bronx Historical Sites

The National Register of Historic Places lists 64 locations in the Bronx among the nation’s official list of cultural resources worthy of preservation. Can you name them? Learn more from the Bronx County Historical Society.
The Bronx is the birthplace of hip-hop and home to thousands of artists and more than 250 arts, cultural and library resources. The Bronx is also well known for landmarks such as Yankee Stadium, the New York Botanical Garden and the Bronx Zoo. "Best of the Bronx" is a series of video vignettes promoting New York City's northernmost borough, produced by Lehman College students, with support by faculty and industry professionals. The project was sponsored by a grant from the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment.
Arts, Culture and Library Resources
Heat Season Map
Building owners are required to provide hot water to all tenants year-round. The period from October 1 - May 31, is known as "Heat Season." During this period, building owners are required to provide tenants with heat as described here. Explore the map to view the distribution of Bronx heating requests to 311 from 1/1/13 to present. The map is updated daily.
Out of School Time
Are you looking for no-cost programs that provide academic, recreational and cultural activities for young people (grades K-12) after school, during holidays and in the summer? Explore the map to learn more. There are 256 Out-of-School-Time programs sponsored by the Department of Youth and Community Services in the Bronx.
Wi-Fi Hotspot Map
The Bronx is growing as a high tech hub. Free Wi-Fi hot spots can be found throughout the borough and are growing in number every day. Explore the map for a partial list. Remember Wi-Fi hot spots are shared networks - here are 7 tips to keep your mobile device secure.
I Love the Bronx
The Bronx. Experience world-famous attractions, diverse artistic expression, and amazing things to see and do. Get the latest news from the Bronx Tourism Council on local arts and entertainment and find out where to savor “a taste of the Bronx.”