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November 5, 2021|

The next Village Board Meeting is November 9, 2021, at 7:30 pm at Village Hall, 3 [...]

Leaf Pickup Fall 2021

November 5, 2021|

Please be aware of the current leaf pick-up schedule starting November 9, 2021. Click HERE to [...]

A Letter from the Mayor

Mayor Bob Weitzner

I hope everyone had an enjoyable summer in spite of the recent uptick in COVID 19 Delta variant cases appearing throughout Long Island. While we can all look forward to getting back to “normal”, please continue to be vigilant in protecting yourselves, your family and friends, and our community. It is not a statistical fluke that Port North continues to remain number 6 or lower out of 133 communities followed in Nassau County for the lowest cases per 1,000 residents since the pandemic began over a year ago, something this Village should be very proud of. Let’s all do our part to continue to keep our Village safe.

Speaking of statistics, the NYS Comptroller’s Office came out with their Fiscal Stress rating for 2020…continue reading

A Letter from the Mayor

Mayor Bob Weitzner

I hope everyone had an enjoyable summer in spite of the recent uptick in COVID 19 Delta variant cases appearing throughout Long Island. While we can all look forward to getting back to “normal”, please continue to be vigilant in protecting yourselves, your family and friends, and our community. continue reading

Village History

Please note that this historical account was copied from the December 1999 Planning and Zoning Study by JAC Planning Corp (Great Neck, NY)

The Village of Port Washington North has incorporated only two-thirds of a century ago. However, the Village, part of the Cow Neck peninsula, dates back to the mid-1600′s and is one of the early settlements on Long Island. The creation of the Village of Port Washington North and its land-use relationship to the peninsula is directly related to its natural resources. Examples of this include the grist mills, which were built where there was water to power them, and sand mining which occurred where there was sand and a means to transport it away. The process of land use evolving from natural resources must be reflected upon. In the process, history and the progression of land uses must be examined along with the current conditions in order to plan for the future. Simply put, it is necessary to know who we were, so we can decide what we want to become.

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Village History

Please note that this historical account was copied from the December 1999 Planning and Zoning Study by JAC Planning Corp (Great Neck, NY)

The Village of Port Washington North has incorporated only two-thirds of a century ago. However, the Village, part of the Cow Neck peninsula, dates back to the mid-1600′s and is one of the early settlements on Long Island.

CONTINUE READING