OANA is a 501c3 non-profit focusing on the part of Astoria bounded by Ditmars Boulevard and 36th Avenue, between the East River and 21st Street. We promote economic growth, quality of life, and cultural health in the neighborhood. Note: Old Astoria is traditional bordered on the north by Astoria Park South, and on the south by Broadway. We have extended our area to include Astoria Park and south to the bridge to Roosevelt Island because these areas are closely integrated both culturally and economically to Old Astoria.


Whether you’re a business owner interested in being listed in our directory, a neighborhood resident looking to get involved and give back , or a community member with questions or concerns, OANA is your resource for information about Old Astoria Village. Contact us or get updates on what’s new on Facebook and Twitter.

Learn more about OANA Board Members.

  • Promote communications between residents and city agencies, private business and/or developers, charities, and elected officials.
  • Have input on zoning and city planning decisions and enforcement that affect the character of our neighborhood.
  • Promote the local business environment for economic growth and promote neighborhood reinvestment.
  • Enhance the cultural health of the area, both in artistic achievement and promotion, and in relations between various ethnic groups.
  • Promote security and quality of life.