Paul Vallone is a New York City Council Member representing District 19 in North East Queens and currently serves as Chair of the Subcommittee on Senior Centers. This district includes the areas of College Point, Whitestone, Malba, Bayside, Douglaston, Little Neck, North Flushing, and Auburndale. Prior to his election, Vallone served as the managing partner for Vallone & Vallone, LLP and has been admitted to the New York and New Jersey Bar Associations since 1992. As a general practice lawyer, Vallone has concentrated in elder law, wills & estates, guardianships, real estate and civil litigation.
Prior to his election to the New York City Council, Vallone has served on numerous citywide boards and organizations dedicated to community service. He is the President of the Clinton Democratic Club and Immediate Past President and Founding Member of the Bayside – Whitestone Lions Club and has served as a Board Member of Community Board 7, St. Andrew Avellino’s Finance Committee, St. John’s Preparatory School, Board Member & Treasurer of the Astoria Civic Association. He was also previously appointed to serve as a Board Member to the New York City Board of Corrections.
Vallone also belongs to the St. Andrew Avellino Parish, Vice President of their Men’s Guild, and is the proud coach of both daughters’ school soccer teams. He serves as director of the local Queens Folk Group that has been singing Christmas carols at Queens Cerebral Palsy Homes for almost 30 years. Other local organizations he is an active member of include: Queens County Bar Association, New York State Trial Lawyers Association, the Catholic Lawyers Guild, and the 109th & 111th Precinct Community Councils. Vallone is most proud of establishing local annual scholarships, totaling over $25,000.00, through the Judge Charles J. Vallone Fund and now with the Bayside-Whitestone Lions Club for High School Seniors throughout Queens County.
He and his wife, Anna-Marie, live in Flushing and are blessed with three amazing children, Catena, Lea and Charlie (Charles J. Vallone III). The love and support of family and his passion to serve the community are the cornerstones of his life and his community service.