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Elm Park is the name of a small park in the Port Richmond section of Staten Island, one of the five boroughs of New York City, USA. The park is located across Innis Street from Port Richmond High School.




The name "Elm Park" is also — and perhaps more commonly — used to denote the area from its namesake westward for several blocks, lending its name to a former station on the North Shore Branch of the Staten Island Railway. The station was situated directly beneath Morningstar Road. Passenger service on this branch of the railway was halted in 1953; a dilapidated remnant of the station's platform still exists, but the stairways leading to the street have been removed.


At various times, the neighborhood was known as Jacksonville (circa 1830) and Lowville (circa 1850). Its present name was given to it by a local physician, Dr. John T. Harrison, and refers to the elm trees that could be found on the doctor's estate.


In the early 20th Century a large number of Polish-American families settled in Elm Park, and they still constitute a plurality of its population; many of these families are parishioners of St. Adalbert's Church, a Roman Catholic church located in the community, which later received some African-American and Hispanic arrivals, particularly in the westernmost blocks bordering Mariners Harbor.


The last exit on New York State Route 440 before the Bayonne Bridge is in Elm Park, which also contains one of two Catholic cemeteries on Staten Island named St. Mary's Cemetery; the other cemetery, located in Grasmere, is much larger than the Elm Park cemetery. This often causes confusion.


In recent news Senator Charles Schumer and other Staten Island representatives plan to pave over the park in favor of a Park and Ride to service Bayonne, New Jersey. Residents have been opposed to this move, yet local businesses, according to the Staten Island Advance support the destruction.


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