Rossville, Staten Island – A Neighborhood of Endless Possibilities


Rossville, IN offers a beautiful blend of rural charm, historical significance and close-knit community atmosphere. Its dedication to preserving historical landmarks and natural beauty creates a rich environment that makes it stand out from other neighborhoods. With an impressive history and vibrant future, Rossville is a neighborhood of endless possibilities.

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The first post office in Rossville was established on July 8, 1879 with James Sheffler as the first postmaster. On April 21, 1903 the Staten Island Ferry was extended to Rossville, making it one of the first stops on the route. The neighborhood is also home to the Sandy Ground Historical Museum, the oldest free African-American community in the United States, and the Rossville A.M.E. Zion Church, a historical structure that has stood as a symbol of the community’s history and heritage.

Rossville is well-connected to other parts of Staten Island and the city, with local bus routes (S74, S76, S78, S84, and S86) on Bloomingdale Road and Rossville Avenue, as well as the Staten Island Ferry. For motorists, the West Shore Expressway runs along the neighborhood’s western edge, providing easy access to Manhattan and Brooklyn.

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