Assemblyman Tom McKevitt's Office 224 7th St, Garden City, NY11530 Tom McKevitt is a lifelong resident of Nassau County, and is now serving as the Assemblyman for District 17. He was…More first elected to the Assembly in a special election in February 2006. He was re-elected in both November 2006 and November 2008.
Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy's Office 300 Garden City Plaza, Garden City, NY11530 Rep. Carolyn McCarthy is currently serving her 7th term representing Long Island's 4th Congressional District. McCarthy…More was first elected in 1996, and has since served Long Island for over 12 years.
The objective and purpose of The Court Officers Benevolent Association of Nassau County (C.O.B.A.N.C.) is to…More develop a stronger union of court employees; to protect the well being of its members; to advance the professional skills of its members; to negotiate and bargain collectively for all terms and conditions of employment; and to uphold the highest standards of the court.
The organization's Web site offers information on health and welfare benefits, reimbursement programs, legislative updates, an events calendar, delegates and union representatives, as well as printable dental, eyeglass, and reimbursement forms.
Department of Motor Vehicles 801 Axinn Ave, Garden City, NY11530 The Garden City offices of the New York Department of Motor Vehicles offer services and resources for drivers. Many…More resources are now available online so check out the NYDMV website for the most up to date information. New drivers should note that the Garden City DMV no longer offers driving permit or motorcycle permit tests.
e-Government Consulting Group 1225 Franklin Ave, Garden City, NY11530 e-Government Consulting is a company that provides the government with safe and secure election administration…More technology. The company continually does research to stay in tune with the newest technologies, and only offers the best, most reliable service.
The Garden City Fire Department, which celebrated 89 years of service in 2009, is unique in that it is one of only…More two departments on Long Island that have both a career and volunteer force.
At first, equipment consisted of just hand drawn hose reels and a ladder rig. But in 1899, after the Garden City Hotel fire, a regular volunteer organization staffed by village residents was formed. In 1916, residents could no longer provide essential services; this led to the formation of the Incorporated Village of Garden City. Still independent, the Garden City Fire Department officially incorporated in 1920.
Today, the department consists of five companies; four volunteer and one paid. Thirty-three career and 100 volunteer firefighters provide essential firefighting services to approximately 23,000 village residents 24 hours a day, working out of three strategically placed fire stations: Fire Headquarters is located at the west end of Village Hall (351 Stewart Avenue); Station No. 2 is located at Edgemere Road and Stewart Avenue; and Station No. 3 is located at St. James North at Clinton Road.
Career firefighters perform code enforcement and fire education; volunteers host the Fire Prevention Open House held every October.
Garden City Justice Court is located on the second floor of Village Hall, above Police Headquarters. The court…More is administered by a village justice elected for a four-year term. He is assisted by two acting village justices appointed annually by the mayor.
For court schedule, call the number provided during business hours, except holidays.
Justice, Allen S. Mathers Acting Justice, Brian T. Deveney Acting Justice, Merril S. Biscone Court Clerk, Hilda Simmons
The Garden City Police Department exists to provide the highest quality of police service available to the Village of…More Garden City. In doing so, the department fulfills its responsibility in the collective effort to elevate the quality of the police service provided throughout the county, the state and the nation. Department members vow to preserve life and property and to maintain the high quality of life which has become synonymous with the Village of Garden City.
Ernest Cipullo serves as police commissioner. For non-emergencies, call 516-465-4100.
Garden City Post Office 600 Franklin Ave, Garden City, NY11530 Garden City Post Office sits at the corner of Franklin Avenue and Sixth Street and offers mailing services, passport…More application services and P.O. boxes.