Whether you're looking for your local councilmember's contact information or are curious about which senators represent Brooklyn in D.C., it's important to know who your representatives are. Below, find Brooklyn's elected officials at the national, state, and local levels.
- President Barack Obama
- Senator Charles E. Schumer
- Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand
- Representative Yvette Clarke
- Governor Eliot Spitzer
- New York State Senate
- New York State Assembly
- District 40: Diane Gordon
- District 41: Helene Weinstein
- District 42: Rhoda Jacobs
- District 43: Karim Camara
- District 44: James F. Brennan
- District 45: Steven Cymbrowitz
- District 46: Alec Brook-Krasny
- District 47: William Colton
- District 48: Dov Hikind
- District 49: Peter Abbate
- District 50: Joseph Lenton
- District 51: Felix Ortiz
- District 52: Joan Millman
- District 53: Vito Lopez
- District 54: Darryl Towns
- District 55: William Boyland, Jr.
- District 56: Anette Robinson
- District 57: Hakeem Jeffries
- District 58: N. Nkick Perry
- District 59: Alan Maisel
- Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg
- Public Advocate Betsy Gotbaum
- Comptroller William C. Thompson
- Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz
- New York City Council
Don't know your district number? Find it at this website.
- Council District 33: David Yasky
- Council District 34: Diana Reyna
- Council District 35: Letita James
- Council District 36: Albert Vann
- Council District 37: Erik Martin Dilan
- Council District 38: Sara M. Gonzalez
- Council District 39: Bill DeBlasio
- Council District 40: Mathieu Eugene
- Council District 41: Darlene Mealy
- Council District 42: Charles Barron
- Council District 43: Vincent J. Gentile
- Council District 44: Simcha Felder
- Council District 45: Kendall Stewart
- Council District 46: Lewis Fidler
- Council District 47: Domenic M. Recchia Jr.
- Council District 48: Michael C. Nelson Jr.
- Fifty-nine Community Boards throughout NYC each advise the city government on matters of interest to their local community.
- Primary interests include: land use, zoning, and the city budget.
- Each Community Board welcomes public presence and participation at monthly meetings.
- Find information for each of Brooklyn's 18 Community Districts.