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The mayor has already ordered the mandatory evacuations of vulnerable areas in Queens ahead of Hurricane Sandy, and others may want to head to an evacuation center just to be safe.

Here are the 16 evacuation centers in Queens:

• John Adams High School- 101-01 Rockaway Blvd., Ozone Park.

• Grover Cleveland High School- 21-27 Hinrod Street, Ridgewood

• Aviation High School- 45-30 36th Street

• Bayside High School- 32-24 Corp. Kennedy Boulevard

• Belmont Racetrack- Hempstead Turnpike and Cross Island Parkway

• Flushing High School- 35-01 Union Street

• Forest Hills High School- 67-01 110th Street

• J.H.S. 185- 147-26 25th Drive

• Hillcrest High School- 160-05 Highland Avenue

• Newcomers High School- 28-01 41st Avenue

• Newtown High School- 48-01 90th Street

• P.S. 19- 98-02 Roosevelt Avenue

• Queens College- 65-30 Kissena Boulevard

• Queensborough Community College- 222-05 56th Avenue

• William C. Bryant High School- 48-10 31st Avenue

• York College- 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Boulevard

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