Tompkinsville is one of Staten Island’s more vibrant neighborhoods.
It is rich with an ethnically diverse population of African-Americans, Eastern Europeans, Hispanics and Whites, it is is also home to one of the largest Sri Lankan communities outside of Sri Lanka.
Although founded in 1815 by Daniel D. Tompkins, Tompkinsville was formerly dubbed as the “watering place” in the 17th century, named for the natural spring frequented by colonial navigators.learn more about this neighborhood
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