Ozone Park is a neighborhood located in the southwestern section of Queens. It is located next to the Aqueduct Racetrack in South Ozone Park, a popular spot for Thoroughbred racing. The neighborhood was known for its large Italian-American population. Over the years, it has become a very diverse community.
The northern border is often cited as 103rd Avenue or Atlantic Avenue; the southern border is South Conduit Avenue, the western border is the Brooklyn/Queens border line; and the eastern border is up to 108th Street and Aqueduct Racetrack. (The border with Brooklyn runs mostly along Eldert Lane and 75th and Drew Streets.)
Ozone Park is mostly in Queens Community District 10, which is covered by NYC Police Department's 106th Precinct, though the section north of 103rd Avenue is in Queens Community District 9 and covered by the NYPD's 102nd Precinct. Its Zip Codes are 11416 and 11417. Ozone Park is also represented by three civic organizations: Our Neighbors Civic Association, Ozone Park Residents Block Association, and Ozone Tudor Civic Association.