Important Information

Village Hall will be closed Thursday November 26th and Friday November 27th for Thanksgiving. We will reopen on Monday November 30, 2020 at 9:00 am. Have a Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving Cedarhurst court will be closed until further notice. This includes all present and future court dates. If you have any questions, please call the court at 516-295-5522.

Cedarhurst Lights Up Blue

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(Photo: Mayor Andrew J Parise, and Village Administrator Sal Evola, are surrounded by Lawrence Middle
School students from room 350, Nicole Miller, Special Education Teacher, Lori Sachs, Speech and Language Teacher, Dr. Karen Mackler, School Psychologist, classroom assistants and some staff in Village Hall, as they join together to help build autism awareness in Cedarhurst).

Mayor Andrew Parise was contacted by Nicole Miller, Special Education Teacher, Lori Sachs, Speech and Language Teacher, Dr. Karen Mackler, School Psychologist & their students from room 350 at the Lawrence Middle School, to join with them in trying to help build awareness, within the school and community about autism, and participate in “Light It Up Blue Day.”

“Light It Up Blue”, annually observed on April 2 is dedicated to raising awareness of autism. This initiative is intended to highlight the growing need for concern and awareness about autism. In the United States the whole month of April is National Autism Awareness Month.

So Mayor Parise, along with the Trustees, Village Staff & highway workers began measuring, cutting, creating & hanging over 200 blue bows.

When walking through our Cedarhurst Business District or Andrew J. Parise Park you will notice Blue Ribbons decorating all of our ornamental light poles. Mayor Parise and the Trustees encourage you to find out more and help to create “A Better World for Autism.”