Rosedale, Queens, New York City
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Rosedale- (Zip Code 11422) is a neighborhood in New York City in the southeastern portion of the borough of Queens. Rosedale is bordered to the north by Cambria Heights, the east by Valley Stream (part of Nassau County), the west by Laurelton and Brookville Park, and to the south by John F. Kennedy International Airport. It is at the eastern edge of New York City, its border with Valley Stream forming part of the boundary between Queens and Nassau County.
The schools in Rosedale are P.S. 138/The Sunrise School, P.S. 195/William Haberle School, P.S. 38/Rosedale School, St. Pius X Elementary School, and St. Clare School.
In 1976, Bill Moyers presented a documentary titled Rosedale: The Way It Is. The program addressed the racial tensions in this community, which was at that time in transition from what had been a primarily an Irish American and Italian American community to what is now mostly a community of Caribbean immigrants.
Rosedale is a station on the Long Island Rail Road's Atlantic Branch, located at North Conduit Avenue and 243rd Street. Service is provided by both the Far Rockaway and Long Beach branches. The CityTicket program is available at the Rosedale station. The Rosedale station was recently renovated, and is in Zone 3. It is also served by the Q5, Q85, Q111 and Q113 routes.
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