The National Weather Service and the Nassau County Office of Emergency Management are both predicting the next 24–36 hours (through Saturday) will be a rough period. Coastal flooding for all the south shore communities in western Nassau is extremely likely. Up to 2 inches of rain will be mixed with up to 4 inches of […]
Mayor Benjamin Weinstock is pleased to announce that the Incorporated Village of Cedarhurst will again engage in a special Amnesty Program targeting parking violations that occurred in this Village (includes Judgements, does not include moving violations).
On Monday October 3rd and Tuesday October 4th PSEG will begin working on the removal of our electrical substation on Pearsall Avenue between Rockaway Turnpike and Avery Place. During this time, there will be no parking allowed on either side of Pearsall Avenue. Please remove your car no later than Sunday, October 2nd to avoid […]
The telephone number assigned is 516-573-7720 and will be available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week beginning at sundown Sunday, October 2nd, 2016 and ending at sunset Monday, October 24th, 2016.
Hermine Storm Alert From the Village of Cedarhurst
The exact track and intensity of Hurricane (or Tropical Storm) Hermine are still uncertain. The National Weather Service and local emergency management agencies have several alternative models that they update continuously. Despite this uncertainty, we want to share some basic storm preparedness suggestions that should be reviewed for your personal safety and the protection of your property.
Alas, our 20th Summer Concert Series finished Tuesday last night, and what a special season it was! New Jersey’s #1 Oldies band, the Cameo’s, had young and old alike singing, clapping and dancing to the tunes of the all-time favorites of the 50’s, 60’s & 70’s, such as “Cara Mia”, “Heard You’re Getting Married”, “The […]