IMPORTANT COURT INFORMATION: If you received a ticket between February 1, 2020 - March 31, 2020 please call the Court Department at (516) 295-5522 before paying online.Meters and alternate side parking are suspended until Sun May 31st.

COVID-19 Emergency News

Meter Enforcement Remains Suspended

Posted on | May 15, 2020

Mayor Benjamin Weinstock has extended the suspension of parking meters and alternate side parking regulations in the Village through May 22nd.   However, the Village will continue enforcing other parking regulations, including parking […]

OP-ED | Solving the Covid problem

Posted on | May 5, 2020

Mayor, how do we solve the Covid problem? I can’t tell you how many times people have asked me this exact question or some variation of it. They are perplexed or amused when I don’t have an answer. People assume that I have “insider information.” I wish I did.

Message From NC Legislator Howard Kopel | Coronavirus Update

Posted on | April 1, 2020

As of today, New York State is reporting that there are 8,544 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Nassau County, an increase of 1,200 since yesterday. This number includes residents who have recovered from the virus. Unfortunately, 63 residents have passed away.

How to Properly Remove and Dispose of Gloves, Masks and Sanitizing Wipes

Posted on | March 31, 2020

We have noticed that our streets and parking lots are becoming littered with discarded gloves, masks and sanitizing wipes. This is not only unsightly, but it also increases the possible spread of the COVID-19; the very disease that these precautionary items are trying to protect against.

Media Advisory | Nassau County Police Department Protective Measure Plan

Posted on | March 27, 2020

County Executive Laura Curran and Commissioner of Police Patrick J. Ryder continue to remind the public of the Police Department’s plans and protective measures for Police Officers and Police Medics when responding to aided cases that are symptomatic of the Coronavirus.

Nassau County Request for Medical Supplies

Posted on | March 26, 2020

County Executive Laura Curran, Commissioner of Police Patrick J. Ryder and OEM Commissioner Steven Morelli announce that Nassau County will begin to accept donations of medical supplies during this unprecedented National State of Emergency.