Hispanic Heritage Month Essay Contest – The essay contest invites middle and high school students to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by submitting an essay that describes a Hispanic person who they consider to be a hero and why. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE
Mayor Avena is grateful for the help of Deputy Mayor Priscilla von Roeschlaub, Master Gardener, and longtime Village resident Pat Valente and others who have helped expand the number and variety of native trees and other plantings in our Nature Preserve. The Village government is very proud to have been designated as a Tree City USA by The Arbor Day Foundation. We recently received our official sign, which will be posted near one of the entrances to the Nature Preserve.
We had planned to plant 32 native trees in the Preserve in the Spring before COVID-19 shut everything down. These trees arrived yesterday and will be planted over the next few days. Our next phase for Village trees will be to select species that thrive in our local environment for planting along streets. The Village also welcomes Joanie Corbo Hanna as our newly appointed Village Clerk-Treasurer. Joanie was born and raised in Port Washington and is proud to be able to help Manorhaven move forward. Please stop and welcome Joanie to the Village government!
IMPORTANT:PSEG Long Island is expanding its claims policy due to the COVID-19 pandemic so that customers whose electrical service was interrupted by Tropical Storm Isaias for at least 72 hours can be reimbursed for spoiled food and medication. CLICK FOR MORE INFO
CLICK HERE for the Mayor’s Update on 59 ORCHARD BEACH BLVD.
BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS – Adjourned to 11/17 | 7 pm | 59 Orchard Beach Blvd.
MORGANS DOCK:Hours have increased at Morgan’s Dock – 7 am to 7 pm, weather permitting. No trespassing outside of these hours. Please remember, NO alcohol is allowed, no swimming, no dogs or other pets, no unaccompanied minors under 17.
CONTRACTORS: No contractor work is permitted on Sundays and legal holidays. Outdoor work may NOT begin before 8 a.m. on weekdays or after 6 p.m.
No Work before 9:30 a.m. or after 5:00 p.m. on Saturdays!
No work on Sundays or Holidays!
DOG PARK: Park Hours: 7 a.m. to dusk. Aggressive dogs and pronged collars are strictly forbidden!
SIDEWALKS, CURBS AND THE GRASS STRIP are the responsibility of each homeowner!
PROBLEMS WITH STRAY CATS OR ANIMALS: Call the Town of North Hempstead – 311 or Police Department: 516- 573-6300 daytime; 516-876-4480 evening. DO NOT leave animals out all day.
YARD WASTE: Place loose grass and leaves in receptacles or use paper bags only on Wednesdays.