The city received 211 complaints about graffiti in the neighborhood this year, compared to 96 in 2013.
A forum to help residents with the application process will be held Monday night in Long Island City.
The crosswalks will be at 48th and 49th Avenue near P.S./I.S. 78, where stop signs were recently added.
The change comes after calls from local leaders for traffic improvements on the Hunters Point street.
Community Board 2 complained early this year that the neighborhood was "inundated" with film shoots.
Queens CB2 approved the FDNY's plan — with several stipulations — to acquire the site at 39-34 43rd St.
The Queens Plaza post office's current lease expires at the end of August, officials said.
The memorial is part of a larger $2 million renovation project for the Thomas P. Noonan Jr. Playground.
Residents are divided on whether Vernon Blvd. eateries should be allowed to seat diners in rear yards.
The Sunnyside Shines BID will maintain the plazas, to be located under the 40th and 46th St. stations.
Community Board 2 wants the city to limit the number of productions in the Queens neighborhood.
The street has seen its population grow as several new high-rises have opened in recent years.
CB2 rejected the developer's application, but warned it could not stop 5Pointz from being torn down.
The Greening Western Queens Initiative will plant 70 trees in Sunnyside and Woodside this spring.
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