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Fresh Pond Queens, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Fresh Pond used to be a neighborhood located in Queens, one of the boroughs of New York City. It was a middle-class community situated between Juniper Valley and the cemeteries Mount Olivet, and Lutheran. Nowadays, Fresh Pond is part of Maspeth, Middle Village, Glendale, and Ridgewood. As part of these neighborhoods, it belongs to the Queens Community Board 5, ZIP codes are 11385, 11379, 11378. It is patrolled by the officers of the 104th Precinct of the New York City Police Department. In the political sphere, the neighborhoods are represented by the 29th and 30th Districts of the New York City Council.

The town is no longer known as “Fresh Pond,” after it was divided among the neighboring communities. The commercial hubs are located in Fresh Pond Road, 61st Street, Metropolitan Avenue, and Eliot Avenue. Public transportation is not an issue for the neighborhood, there’s a New York City Subway station, and there multiple Bus lines serving the community. Fresh Pond got its name for the amount freshwater ponds in the vicinity, all of which were drained and filled out, and re-develop into the community everyone knows today. The town’s main road, Fresh Pond Road is one of the oldest and most important roadways in all of Queens, its history can be easily traced back to some 400 hundred years ago.

Juniper Valley Park is the closest recreational park with a whopping 55.247-acres of green space, tennis and Basketball courts, Baseball fields, trails, and so much more.

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