Important Information

Village Hall will be closed Monday January 18th in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Village Justice Court will be closed until further noticed. For court related questions please call (516) 295-5522

Last Minute Tips For Today’s Snowstorm

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Today’s major winter storm is expected to begin in just a few hours and continue until mid-day Thursday.  The projected snowfall for our area is likely to be 6 inches, with an outside possibility of up to a foot.  The snow will mix with rain overnight, creating a slushy condition and possible icing.

Our crews will plow and salt the roads as needed and remove slush dams from around storm drains in an effort to minimize flooding.

Dangerously high wind gusts and heavy wet snow may cause downed tree limbs, downed wires and power outages.

How can you help us help you?


  1. Keep all cars in your driveway and off the road. The plows can then clear your street “curb-to-curb”. If you can’t get them all off the street, then try to park all cars only on one side of the street. That way, we can plow the middle and one side of the road. Once we have plowed to the curb, move your cars to the clear side and we will come back to plow to the other curb. This enables our crews to do a more effective job.Remember, having clear streets is essential to maintaining safe and efficient passage for police cars, ambulances and fire engines.
  2. We all hate having snow plowed back into our driveway aprons. One tip for minimizing or eliminating this problem is to pile the snow you shovel from your driveway to the right of the driveway (when facing the street from the house).
  3. Be careful shoveling snow. Because of the cold, you may not notice strains, pains or even frostbite.  Work slowly and rest every few minutes.  It’s not a speed contest and it’s not worth a heart attack.


  1. Any downed wire should be treated as though it is a live wire. Therefore, do not approach or drive over it, or touch anything it’s contacting.
  2. To report an outage or downed wire call PSEG Long Island’s 24-hour Electric Service number: 800-490-0075 or use PSEG web chat feature at com. You can also view outage information by going to
  3. To report outages and receive information on restoration times, crew locations and more download PSEG Long Island mobile app.
  4. To report and receive status updates via text, text OUT to PSEGLI (773454) or visit them online at
  5. For downed trees or obstacles blocking the road, call the Village at 516-295-5770.  We will keep the phone line staffed until the storm passes.

EMERGENCY CALLS should be made to 911. Calling the Fourth Precinct directly actually slows down the response because they route your call to 911.

For more information, see these links:

Winter Service Guide Handbook

Emergency Contact Numbers