The Ramones to Be Honored With Their Own Street in Queens

Come Oct. 23, the main entrance of Forest Hills High School will be located on Ramones Way


Never mind 53rd and 3rd — 67th and 110th will be the hot new Ramones-related intersection.

Punk pioneers The Ramones will be honored with their own street on Oct. 23, when Ramones Way is unveiled.

The renamed street will be unveiled at the intersection of 67th Ave. and 110th St. in Queens. It will also be situated at the main entrance of the high school that the band attended — which, interestingly, is not named Rock ‘n’ Roll High School, but rather Forest Hills High School.

An announcement on the group’s official website Tuesday said that more details on the unveiling will be announced soon.

The proposal for the new street was introduced by New York City Council member Karen Koslowitz.

The Ramones, known for songs including “Blitzkrieg Bop,” “Beat on the Brat” and “I Wanna Be Sedated,” were introduced into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2002.

Singer Joey Ramone died in 2001, while bassist Dee Dee Ramone and guitarist Johnny Ramone died in 2002 and 2004, respectively. Drummer Tommy Ramone died in 2014.