Environmental Justice

Long Beach's first community garden located at the Magnolia Center in Long Beach NY, tended by volunteers in partnership with the City of Long Beach, Sustainable Long Island and the Long Island Volunteer Center.

Cultural Awareness

Thank you to everyone that came to our 2015 Gala, we hope to see you next year!

Civic Participation

Salsa En La Plaza July 27, 2013 at Kennedy Plaza Farmer's Market Long Beach, NY

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Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday/Lunez-Viernez: 11am-4pm
Saturday/Sabado: CLOSED/CERRADO

52 East Park Avenue Long Beach NY. 11561
Tel: (516)889-4912 Email: lblatinocivic@yahoo.com

Mission Statement

Helping Those In Need Since 1995

The Long Beach Latino Civic Association empowers the Latino population of Long Beach to become integral members of the community, while embracing both the American experience and distinct Latino cultures, within Long Beach New York. Through Publications, Outreach, Community Surveys, Leadership Development, and Public Forums, the Association promotes Environmental Justice, Cultural Awareness and Civic Participation. By addressing critical issues within the areas of Education, Health Care, Environmental Conservation, and Socioeconomic development, the Association empowers the community to advocate for itself.