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NATIONAL PARKS OF NEW YORK HARBOR

National Parks of New York Harbor (NPNH) includes 11 national park sites that surround the Port of New York, covering an area of nearly 27,000 acres and hosting more than 18 million annual visitors. All sites are part of the National Park Service, an agency of the United States Department of the Interior.

NPNH includes some of our nation's most significant urban national parks, including Statue of Liberty National Monument & Ellis Island, Gateway National Recreation Area, Governors Island National Monument, African Burial Ground National Monument, Federal Hall National Memorial, Castle Clinton National Monument, Hamilton Grange National Memorial, General Grant National Memorial, St. Paul’s Church National Historic Site, Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site, and Stonewall National Monument. The Lower East Side Tenement Museum is also an NPS-affiliated site with NPNH.

HAVE A QUESTION?
E-Mail or Call NPNH park sites with your questions or comments:
Statue of Liberty National Monument & Ellis Island
(212) 363-3200
Gateway National Recreation Area
(718) 815-3651
ALL Manhattan Sites
(212) 825-6992
(Manhattan Sites include: St. Paul’s Church National Historic Site
South District: Governors Island National Monument; African Burial Ground National Monument; Federal Hall National Memorial; and Castle Clinton National Monument.
North District: Hamilton Grange National Memorial; General Grant National Memorial; Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site; and Stonewall National Monument.)


DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING
Please utilize services of NJ/NY relay by calling 711.PARK PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS
Partner, or cooperative, associations help national parks fulfill their mission in many ways, including fundraising and volunteer work. NPNH is lucky to have four partner organizations.

COMMISSIONER'S GENERAL INFORMATION LINE
Answered weekdays 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. EST: (212) 668-5180
Due to the high volume of calls, there may be a delay before you receive a response. For calls after hours and on weekends, please leave a message.

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National Parks of New York Harbor
Attn: Commissioner
26 Wall Street, New York, NY 10005

FILM & SPECIAL USE PERMITS
Questions? Please email or call us:
Statue of Liberty National Monument & Ellis Island
(646) 356-2105
Gateway National Recreation Area
(718) 815-3651
ALL Manhattan Sites
(212) 825-6870


NEWS AND MEDIA INQUIRIES
National Parks of NY Harbor Director of Communications
Gateway NRA Public Affairs Officer
Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island Public Affairs Officer
Manhattan Sites North District (Stonewall, Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace, Hamilton Grange, Grant's Tomb)
Manhattan Sites South District (Federal Hall, Castle Clinton, African Burial Ground, Governors Island)
Manhattan Sites Saint Paul's Church

INTERESTED IN WORKING FOR THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE?
The National Park Service offers opportunities to work in more than 400 national parks and offices—from Maine to Guam, the Virgin Islands to Alaska, and anyplace in between. We partner with communities across the country to preserve their history and create places for outdoor fun.

There are many different ways you can become involved. Are you looking for a full-time, permanent job? We’ve got those! Or maybe you’d prefer to work in parks for a few months as a seasonal ranger? We’ve got some of those, too! (See USAJOBs for listings of both permanent and seasonal jobs.)

Are you a student looking for a meaningful internship or someone with some extra time who’d like to volunteer? You can find internship and volunteer opportunities to suit your needs and interests. Come work with us—in an "office" like no other.

Learn more about the Land Management Workforce Flexibility Act, which allows qualified individuals serving under time-limited appointments in a land management agency to compete for permanent positions in the competitive service.

Want to learn what it's like to work for the National Park Service? Check out employee profiles for a glimpse at some of the career possibilities.

For more information, CLICK HERE

 
NATIONAL PARKS OF NEW YORK HARBOR CONSERVANCY




The National Parks of New York Harbor Conservancy was founded in 2005 as the official 501(c)(3) nonprofit partner of the National Park Service and its 24 sites on New York Harbor. We are charged with improving access to these special places, enhancing the visitor experience with transformational programs and developing earned revenue initiatives toward their sustainability.
Address:
c/o Federal Hall National Memorial
26 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005
Phone: (212) 668-2321
E-Mail: info@nyharborparks.org

Last updated: July 10, 2019

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Mailing Address:

26 Wall Street
New York, NY 10007

Phone:

(212) 668-5180

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