About the
St. George Civic Association

St. George is an old and growing community on the north shore of Staten Island, a borough of New York City, containing a Historic District of 19th-century houses as well as modern dwellings, condominiums, co-ops, apartment buildings, and public housing.

The St. George Civic Association promotes activities, including social events, that benefit all St. George residents. It provides a forum for handling issues or problems that arise in our community, including land use, especially exploitative development, social services using St. George beyond the needs of the local population, transportation issues, including the Staten Island ferry and the St. George and Whitehall terminals, which affect all Staten Island residents, and a variety of public safety issues.

Our interenet discussion group is for our members, who consist of a group of concerned residents and friends of St. George. If you are a resident of St. George and would like to join the SGCA and this discussion group, you can use the membership form to join the SGCA, or sign up via PayPal using the link on the membership page. Or you are welcome to attend a meeting and join there. Please remit membership dues and any contributions to:

Bertram Ploog
SGCA Treasurer
56 St. Mark's Place
Staten Island, NY 10301.

Contact us:
St. George Civic Association
Post Office Box 987
Staten Island, NY 10301

postoffice@sgca.org


President:  Theo Dorian
Vice-President:  David Goldfarb
Treasurer: Bertram Ploog
Corresponding Secretary: John Kilcullen

Recording Secretary: Victoria Harding
Members at Large:  Sarah Power & Bob Zion



 

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