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Located on the north shore of Staten Island, New York, Port Richmond is one of the oldest neighborhoods on Staten Island and features several historical sites and buildings that make interesting walking destinations for local residents. This area is largely residential, with commercial and industrial areas along the waterfront and major arteries. Residents can access stores and services on main roads in the area on foot, when weather permits. Weather on Staten Island can be variable especially in fall and winter, when storms are possible and cooler weather more prevalent. Residential areas are more popular for walking with pets than busy commercial and residential areas. Dogs should be leashed at all times, as busy roadways and traffic in the area present a hazard to unleashed pets. Hot cement can also be hard on doggy feet; boots to protect paws from hot pavement may also be used on cold winter days in Port Richmond.
Terrain in Port Richmond
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly
Port Richmond has a non-traditional street pattern, with many roadways following historic routes and curving roads intersecting at angles, rather than a traditional grid, as is typical in many urban areas.  The area is mostly flat with buildings and planned landscaping. Industrial areas have little in the way of pedestrian access or landscaping. The community and waterfront is home to several industrial areas including the Water Pollution Control Plant. Large ships dock here, and there is a lot of transportation-related industry locally. These areas are less hospitable to pedestrians and pets, who may prefer quieter more scenic residential sections of the community. Residential buildings tend to be single-family homes and mature landscaping and trees are abundant, which makes for shady sidewalks that are welcome on hot summer days. Keep an eye out for traffic and avoid hazards in industrial areas while on foot with your dog.
Greenways in Port Richmond
5 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in New York have an average of:
12 Greenways
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There are several parks, recreational areas, schoolyards, and playgrounds in the area, providing greenways to residents and their pets. The Levy Park features a playground, bathrooms, and a basketball court, and is a popular local destination for walking. Veterans Park is another small park located in Port Richmond that locals enjoy. The Faber Pool and Park located near the waterfront features an outdoor pool, skate park, playground, recreation center and basketball courts, and is a popular place for young people in the neighborhood. Cpl. Thompson Park is another recreational area with green space featuring sports fields, outdoor pools, playgrounds, a running track, and other facilities located on the eastern edge of the community. Just south of Port Richmond, the Cloves Lake Park is a large park, with 193 acres of lakes, trails, trees, and open spaces. Residents on the south end of Port Richmond may be able to access this park on foot, or it can be reached by a very short drive just south of Port Richmond. Heritage Park, which was formerly known as the Blissenbach Marina, is located on the waterfront. This 9-acre park has open lawns, trees, and landscaping with walking paths and benches. It boasts views of the Bayonne Bridge and views across the water.

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