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Government Offices
  • Assemblyman Tom McKevitt's Office
    224 7th St, Garden City, NY 11530
    Tom McKevitt is a lifelong resident of Nassau County, and is now serving as the Assemblyman for District 17. He wasMore first elected to the Assembly in a special election in February 2006. He was re-elected in both November 2006 and November 2008. 
  • Flight Standard District Office
    990 Stewart Ave, Garden City, NY 11530
  • Garden City Village Hall
    351 Stewart Ave, Garden City, NY 11530

    Garden City Village Hall is home to all government offices as well as police and fire headquarters. The board ofMore trustees holds meetings on the first and third Thursday of the month in the building's second floor board room.

    An ADA-compliant elevator is currently being installed.

    Important contacts:

    • Robert Schoelle, village administrator, 516-465-4051
    • Brian Ridgway, village clerk, 516-465-4053
    • Jim Olivo, village auditor, 516-465-4154
    • Robert Mangan, director of Public Works, 516-465-4003
    • Mike Filippon, building superintendent, 516-465-4040
    • Kevin Ocker, recreation superintendent, 516-465-4075
    • Ernest Cipullo, GC police commissioner, 516-465-4110

    For general questions on government-related issues, call the number provided.

  • Hempstead Town Hall
    1 Washington St, Hempstead, NY 11550
    Hempstead Town Hall is home to an extensive range of town-administration resources. 
  • Incorporated Village of Stewart Manor
    120 Covert Ave, Garden City, NY 11530

    This is the municipal building for the Incorporated Village of Stewart Manor, which shares aMore zip code with Garden City but is not actually located in Garden City. The office and Web site offer a wealth of information and resources pertaining to the quaint, close-knit community, such as fire, sanitation services, local churches, area attractions, schools and libraries and community events.

    The village features tree-lined streets, well-manicured properties and a pedestrian-friendly shopping area. The office's friendly staff is happy to help both established residents and newcomers.

  • State of New York: Division of Labor Standards
    400 Oak St, Garden City, NY 11530
    Contact the Long Island Division of Labor Standards with questions about unemployment insurance, labor standards, workMore opportunities, public work projects and employment opportunities at the NYS Department of Labor. For information about where to direct your specific inquiry, visit the department's Web site, which is full of useful information and may save you an unnecessary trip. 
  • Town Chester
    45 Boylston St, Garden City, NY 11530
  • Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter & Control
    3320 Beltagh Ave, Wantagh, NY 11793

    This shelter boasts one of the highest adoption rates in the nation. Animal-control officers respond to more thanMore 6,000 requests for service, including 500 night emergency calls, every year. 

    If you have a problem concerning a loose or stray dog or an injured or sick cat, contact the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter at 516-785-5220. After hours, contact the Department of Public Safety at 516-538-1900.

    You may view the adoptable pets from the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter by visiting Petfinder.

  • Town of Hempstead Department of Conservation & Waterways
    1 Lido Blvd, Point Lookout, NY 11569

    The Department of Conservation and Waterways maintains the area's 17,000 acres of wetlands and 180 miles of coastalMore waterways, which make up much of the southerly shore. The four marinas operated by the Department of Conservation and Waterways can accommodate some 600 pleasure crafts and a number of party boats. The town maintains the 50-acre Marine Nature Study Area in Oceanside. In addition, the Conservation and Waterways chemists provide water-quality analyses of bay waters sampled from 39 sites in the Town of Hempstead estuary. The findings help to support biological modeling and the thriving clam industry in town waters.

    The department maintains a staff whose disciplines range from endangered, injured and stranded species, entomology, botany, geology, ornithology, marsh, estuarine and beach processes, clam growout and seeding, to computer design and applications including the newly emerging field of geographic information systems, to real-time and near real-time systems and data collection, to emergency weather detection and dissemination, tide and meteorological gauging.

  • Town of Hempstead Department of Parks and Recreation
    200 N Franklin St, Hempstead, NY 11550
    The Town of Hempstead Department of Parks and Recreation is one of the largest municipal parks systems in the UnitedMore States and serves the estimated 762,000 town residents 365 days a year. The department offers numerous activities for all ages, including sports, cultural arts, concerts, aquatics and recreation. There are 90 parks in the town.
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