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District 20

Sandra Ung

Flushing, Murray Hill, Queensboro Hill, Fresh Meadows & Mitchell-Linden

(FLUSHING) The City Council on Wednesday voted to approve a new 696-seat elementary school in Councilmember Sandra Ung’s district.

“This vote is a commitment to providing a quality education and shaping a brighter future for our children,” said Councilmember Sandra Ung. “This new school will enable our children to thrive both academically and personally, and I look forward to welcoming the first group of students to brand new, state-of-the-art learning facility.”

The new school will be built on a nearly 70,000-square-foot vacant lot at 137-31 45th Avenue in Flushing.



Good afternoon!

My name is Sandra Ung, and I have the distinct honor of representing this community in the City Council.


I want to thank Glow Community Center for hosting today’s event, as well as the Youth Orchestra, the NY Korean Traditional Marching Band and the New York Guqin Center for their beautiful performances.


Council Member Sandra Ung issued the following statement regarding the testimony provided at the Committee on Civil and Human Rights hearing on December 8: 

“The testimony by a speaker at today’s hearing of the Committee on Civil and Human Rights was vile, offensive and racially divisive,” said Councilmember Sandra Ung. “The speaker’s comments, which cast Asian Americans as perpetual foreigners who aren’t real American citizens and don’t belong in this country, are especially harmful given the rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans.


Council Member Sandra Ung released the following statement on targeted action against illegally parked commercial vehicles in Queens: the night of Monday, August 22:

“I am pleased that the city is serious about addressing the issue of illegally parked commercial trucks in our residential neighborhoods,” said Council Member Sandra Ung. “This is a serious issue for constituents in my district who live on or near the Horace Harding Expressway, where tractor trailers park for long periods of time.



Ung Secures $500,000 for improvements to Leavitt Field, Queens Chronicle

Councilmember Sandra Ung (D-Flushing) announced Monday that Leavitt Field in Flushing is slated to receive a $500,000 renovation. Ung made the announcement at a ceremony for Flushing High School’s varsity baseball team, which recently won the Public School Athletic League Division AA championship and finished the season undefeated.


Council Members Call for $25M for ‘Our City, Our Vote’ Initiative, PoliticsNY

As city-budget negotiations are rumored to be wrapping up in the coming days, a coalition of City Council members and immigrant advocates rallied on the steps of City Hall calling on Mayor Eric Adams to put $25 million in funding into implementing a law that grants non-citizens the right to vote.