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Fort Totten Queens, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Fort Totten is a sub-section of Bayside, one of the neighborhoods located in the New York City borough of Queens. Between all sub-sections, it has a population of approximately 44.000, with a predominantly white demographic, although, as most New York City neighborhoods, it remains culturally diverse. Like the rest of Bayside, it belongs to the Queens Community Board 11 along with Hollis Hill, Oakland Gardens, Auburndale, and Douglaston Little-Neck. ZIP codes are 11360, 11361, and 11364. It is patrolled by the men in blue of the 111th Precinct of the New York City Police Department. In the political sphere, the community is represented by the 19th and 23rd Districts of the New York City Council.

Fort Totten was originally a Military installation situated on the northern-most tip of the Willets Point peninsula along the Long Island shore. It was built during the 1860s, and its main function was to protect the bay from incoming confederate ships. It remained as an active facility until 1970. The property now belongs to the city of New York, although, the Army Reserve is still present at the Fort. Nowadays, the grounds serve as training facilities for both the New York City Police Department, and the Fire Department.

A part of Fort Totten is now a public park, where people is free to wander about and explore all the attractions the facility has to offer. At the heart of the park lies “The Castle,” originally it was the officer’s club, now it’s the headquarters for the Bayside Historical Society.

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