NYC Resources311Office of the Mayor

Historical Signs in Bronx

Search by alphabet:

 

Keyword search:

Kazimiroff Nature Trail
This nature trail honors Dr. Theodore Kazimiroff (1914-1980). A dentist by profession, Kazimiroff is most remembered for his ...

Kazimiroff Nature Trail
This nature trail honors Dr. Theodore Kazimiroff (1914-1980). A dentist by profession, Kazimiroff is most remembered for his ...

Kelly Fields
These fields are named in honor of Frank Kelly (1937-1971), a devoted North Riverdale community leader, whose local contributi...

Keltch Park
Rubin Keltch served in the U.S. Navy in World War II on the patrol gunboat Plymouth. His ship was torpedoed by the German sub...

Kingsbridge Green
Kingsbridge Green, like the nearby neighborhood, is named for the first bridge to connect Manhattan to the mainland. Frederic...

Kingsbridge Heights Community Center
This community center, located at Summit Place and Kingsbridge Terrace, was assigned to Parks on September 18, 1979, by the Di...

Knox-Gates Playground
This playground honors Revolutionary War generals Henry Knox (1750-1806) and Horatio Gates (1727-1806). Boston-born Knox was ...

Kossuth Playground
This playground, located along the historic Mosholu Parkway at Mosholu Parkway North and Kossuth Avenue, is named for Lajos Ko...

Longfellow Garden
This Bronx garden honors one of the most notable American poets of the 19th century, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882). ...

Loreto Playground
This playground honors Alfred Loreto (1902-1950), slain New York City Police Officer. On the evening of July 21, 1950, Loreto...

Louis J. Heintz Monument
This monument in Joyce Kilmer Park honors Louis J. Heintz (1861-1893), early Bronx civic leader, and the first Street Commissi...

Lyons Square
Lyons Square, bounded by Bruckner Boulevard, Aldus Street, Longfellow Avenue, and Bryant Avenue, was named for landowner and C...

Macombs Dam Park
This park was named for the Macomb family of millers who, in the 19th century, operated a dam and mill on the site. In 1813...

Macombs Dam Park - Atlantic Flyway
The bald eagle, a national symbol of strength and freedom, was formerly listed as an endangered species. Although this majest...

Magenta Playground
Magenta Playground and Magenta Street bear the name of the reddish color coined by French designers after an 1859 victory at t...

Major Deegan Expressway
This expressway honors Major William F. Deegan (1882-1932), an influential Bronx veteran, architect, and politician. William ...

Mapes Ballfield
Mapes Ballfield, located in the Bronx neighborhood of East Tremont, is named for the Mapes family, prominent Bronx landowners ...

Mapes Ballfield
Mapes Ballfield, located in the Bronx neighborhood of East Tremont, is named for the Mapes family, prominent Bronx landowners ...

Mapes Pool
For outdoor pool details, including hours and rules, please visit our Free Outdoor Pools page. Mapes Pool is bordered b...

Marble Hill Playground
Marble Hill holds the singular geographic distinction of having been a part of Manhattan, an island unto its own, and a part ...

Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Next

<< Back to Historical Signs Main.

Was this information helpful?