NCPD Safety & Crime Prevention Discussion
Save the Date - Dec 4, 2013 7:00 pm at The Woodmere Club
For Residents of the Villages of Woodsburgh, Hewlett Harbor, Hewlett Bay Park & Hewlett Neck
Nassau County's finest from the 4th Pct will provide a safety briefing and discussion regarding crime prevention and public safety. Event is open to all Woodsburgh, Hewlett Harbor, Hewlett Bay Park & Hewlett Neck residents free of charge. Event begins at 7 pm at the Woodmere Country Club.
In a joint effort with NCPD's 4th Pct and the Villages of Woodsburgh, Hewlett Harbor, Hewlett Bay Park & Hewlett Neck. We are introducing a new "Call To Quell" Crime Prevention Program. The program will be discussed in further detail at the Dec 4th meeting, however it is an effort to increase community awareness and vigilance. Residents along with LIPA, Sanitation, Water and other participants are encouraged to call 911 to report any suspicious activity.
The Board of Trustees is pleased to advise that a complete sign refurbishment program for the Village is underway. We will be updating all of the street name sign posts and Welcome to Woodsburgh signs as well as the plaque on Village Hall.
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Lee A. Israel, MayorEmail: Info@WoodsburghNY.com
Town Supervisor Santino with Mayor of Woodsburgh Lee Israel, Mayor of Hewlett Neck Ross Epstein, Mayor of Hewlett Harbor Mark Weiss and Fourth District Councilman Anthony P. D'Esposito.
9/11/2020 Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder sent a letter to the Officials in the County regarding elderly scams.
Click here to read the letter: NCPD SCAM LETTER
Press release from the Nassau County Fourth Precinct regarding automobile property robberies
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We are pleased to announce the arrival of the new Village of Woodsburgh department of public works heavy duty
plow and sander. We have received it just in time before the first snowfall.
Please go to the Woodsburgh Vision Plan Tab to see the Village's adopted plan on the future of Woodsburgh.
The Governor’s office today issued the following clarification regarding construction activity, which clarification will require construction work that is not considered emergency construction to shut down forthwith:
All non-essential construction must shut down except emergency construction, (e.g. a project necessary to protect health and safety of the occupants, or to continue a project if it would be unsafe to allow to remain undone until it is safe to shut the site).
Essential construction may continue and includes roads, bridges, transit facilities, utilities, hospitals or health care facilities, affordable housing, and homeless shelters. At every site, if essential or emergency non-essential construction, this includes maintaining social distance, including for purposes of elevators/meals/entry and exit. Sites that cannot maintain distance and safety best practices must close and enforcement will be provided by the state in coordination with the city/local governments. This will include fines of up to $10,000 per violation.
For purposes of this section construction work does not include a single worker, who is the sole employee/worker on a job site.
Tel: 516-295-1400 Fax: 516-295-1406
30 Piermont Ave, Hewlett NY 11557
Sanitary District 1
2 Bay Blvd, Lawrence, NY 11559
SHRED-IT Program to Safely Dispose
for Personal Documents
SUNDAY APRIL 22nd 9 AM TO 1 PM
Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder sent a letter to the Mayor regarding stolen vehicles.
Click here to read the letter: NCPD
The Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the Village of Woodsburgh's Resident Emergency Notification System (WRENS) is now active. Please register immediately by clicking HERE to create an account and password. This System provides important notification for our residents via phone, email and text based on your selected preference. All information entered is completely secure and confidential.
The Mayor has declared a State of Emergency for the Village of Woodsburgh pursuant to Section 24 of the NYS Executive Law. The safety and well-being of our employees and residents is always our priority. Village Hall will be closed to the General Public until further notice. There will be at least one staff member available to respond to residents via email or telephone. Essential services will continue to be provided, but residents that have Village business should contact Village Hall by telephone at 516-295-1400 or email at email@example.com We hope that everyone should stay safe and healthy through these hard times.
Any Building Department applications, Gardener's Applications and Taxes can be put through the mail slot, or through the postal mail.
Fire Communication Center: Indoor social gatherings of more than 50 people. Please contact: 516-742-3170
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