WELCOME TO THE
VILLAGE OF NEW HYDE PARK
NEW HYDE PARK, NEW YORK 11040
"A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE"
Welcome to the Incorporated Village of New Hyde Park's Official Web Site. This site is to provide residents and visitors with information about our community, our people, our life in the Village. Please feel free to stay awhile and contact us if your have any other questions.
No Garbage collection for the North Side on
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Monday, January 15, 2018
collection for the entire village and Newspaper collection for the North Side
will be collected on
Tuesda Public Hearing January 16, 2018 at
7:30pm Marcus Christ Community
Center Harley Davidson
Dealership Application The Village will hold a
public hearing at 7:30 pm on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at
Village Hall to review the Draft Scoping Document for the
Harley Davidson dealership application. The Village Board
meeting regularly scheduled for the January 16th
will be rescheduled to January 18, 2018 at 8:00 pm.
Click on the document below for an update on the Harley
Davidson dealership application
Click on the document below for the
DRAFT SCOPE Village Board Meeting Tuesday, January 23,
2018 8PM Village Hall
September, the Village Board awarded the Road Improvement Project bid to
Intercounty Paving with a winning (and lowest) bid of $319,030. Sections of
three roads were selected for repair:
No Garbage collection for the North Side on
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Monday, January 15, 2018
Garbage collection for the entire village and Newspaper collection for the North Side will be collected on
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
January 16, 2018 at 7:30pm
Marcus Christ Community Center
Harley Davidson Dealership Application
The Village will hold a public hearing at 7:30 pm on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at Village Hall to review the Draft Scoping Document for the Harley Davidson dealership application.
The Village Board meeting regularly scheduled for the January 16th will be rescheduled to January 18, 2018 at 8:00 pm.
Click on the document below for an update on the Harley Davidson dealership application
Click on the document below for the
Village Board Meeting
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
In September, the Village Board awarded the Road Improvement Project bid to Intercounty Paving with a winning (and lowest) bid of $319,030. Sections of three roads were selected for repair:
5th Avenue between Covert and Premier Blvd Both of these sections will include regrading and asphalt paved, curb to curb.
South 6th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenue. This section of road will be milled and asphalt paved, curb to curb.
Emergency Notification System
In our efforts to provide more reliable communications with Residents of the Village, we have implemented Swiftreach Networks, Inc. as our Emergency Notification service provider.
Swift911ô in its simplest form is a system that makes phone calls to specific people or areas in the event of an emergency or for sharing important information. All the calls you receive will have the Caller ID of "Village of New Hyde Park".
If you are not receiving these calls, please click on the link below to add or update your contact information. You may also remove yourself from our lists.
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Village of New Hyde Park
Important Mayor's Letter to the residents regarding the MTA's Third Track Project
July 27, 2017
I would like to provide you with an update on the LIRR Third Track Project.
I am sure you are aware that the project cleared its final hurdle and is going forward. The State Senate cleared the way earlier this month by deciding not to veto the $1.9 billion amendment to the MTA capital plan. This after waiting for New Hyde Park and Floral Park to complete our negotiations with the LIRR and the Governorís office to address the serious concerns raised by our respective residents.
It has been reported that the Senateís approval was contingent upon receiving word from the Villages of New Hyde Park and Floral Park that we approved of the project. This is not accurate. The villages did not approve of the project. New Hyde Park never had a vote in whether the project gets done or not. Although we certainly made known our doubts over the need for many elements of the project, the decision to move forward was made by the elected officials in Albany.
Our concern has focused on how the project would be done in our communities. The villages reached an agreement with the MTA, LIRR and the Governorís office on how the concerns expressed by our residents would be addressed. The senators enabled us to reach an acceptable agreement with the LIRR.
To minimize those effects, and with the approval of the Village Board, I signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the LIRR that describes the commitments the LIRR will make to address the concerns that many of you raised.
The insistence by Senator Elaine Phillips and Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan that these concerns be addressed to our satisfaction, made it possible to achieve the necessary commitments from the Governorís team. I would like to express my profound appreciation to Senators Philips and Flanagan.
Our legal team worked around the clock and interfaced with multiple parties in the Governorís Office, the LIRR and the MTA to protect our residents. I would also like to thank Floral Park Mayor Dominick Longobardi and his team, Trustee Archie Cheng and Village Administrator Gerry Bambrick for standing with New Hyde Park in addressing our common concerns.
The Agreement we signed is not a panacea for all issues, but lays out a fair and reasonable approach for dealing with unintended consequences of the project. The MOU provides an insurance policy of sorts that the project will be done in a way that is sensitive to the concerns that residents have raised. Our goal was to try to better balance the cost / benefit equation for New Hyde Park. We believe that has been accomplished.
More specifically, our agreement with the LIRR includes among other things, the following:
Three at grade crossings will be eliminated in New Hyde Park in way that is sensitive to our community character and not only preserves, but ultimately improves our suburban quality of life.
New Hyde Park, and other villages, will have a seat at the table in reviewing proposals and designs and timetables. Village input will continue throughout the life of the project. This is critical in the design / build construction method when plans are likely to change quickly.
Deference will be given to the village on aesthetic issues and a consistent appealing architectural theme will be prevalent throughout all structures.
New Hyde Park residents will judge how well contractors perform and determine if contractors are rewarded or penalized for behavior that affects safety and quality of life.
Escalating financial penalties will accrue to the village if the contractor fails to meet scheduled milestones.
A $2.7 M fund will be established for New Hyde Park to draw from to pay for qualified expenses incurred as a result of the project, or to make improvements to offset inconveniences.
The village will review and approve traffic patterns for detours and construction equipment.
The LIRR will pay for repairs to roads, buildings and properties that are damaged because of the project.
A decorative sound wall will reduce noise and will be softened with landscaping provided by the LIRR.
The village will be consulted on construction plans and schedules to minimize impacts
The contractor will establish a communication plan to alert residents and merchants to disruptions. The design/builder will have a point of contact for all resident and village concerns, including a 24/7 hotline where all issues will be logged and responded to within 24 hours. A governmental liaison will be available for the village to escalate unresolved issues.
The LIRR will work with the utilities and the contractor to avoid installing the massive 90 feet tall steel utility poles that have been planned to run along the railroad. All parties will work together with a goal to bury the utilities where feasible.
The parties will work together to find the least disruptive and feasible drainage solution.
The LIRR is projecting to add 10 daily commuter train stops at New Hyde Park.
The project will not result in a reduction in parking at the New Hyde Park station over current capacity.
The contractor will install a muni-meter system to replace the current voucher parking for non-resident parking. All parking revenue will be retained by the Village.
The Village will reduce its annual lease payment for parking spaces paid the LIRR from $40,000 per year to $1 per year.
The ongoing dialogue among New Hyde Park, the Governorís office, the MTA and the LIRR has opened new opportunities for us to work collaboratively for the benefit of New Hyde Park. The immediate benefits that resulted from these discussions that are not directly related to the Third Track Project includes:
The set aside of $5 M to establish a small retail district near the railroad station.
Access to an additional $5 M in state grants for downtown development of this site.
Funding of $800,000 for New Hyde Parkís on-going Road Improvement Program.
Prioritization for funding a new Department of Public Works garage.
In addition, I recently met with Congresswoman Riceís office to explore obtaining federal funds to assist in these and other projects.
As the project is now moving forward, circumstances demand that our goals now shift to take a very impactful project and have it built out in a way that when completed, actually enhances the village character.
We have a very rare opportunity to greatly improve the suburban character of our village in a way that we would otherwise be unable to do. Our efforts over the last 18 months and especially over the last month of very intensive negotiations has brought us to the verge of seizing this opportunity.
There is little doubt that this project will result in significant adverse impacts, hardships and reduced quality of life during two years of construction. Make no mistake, we are in for severe disruptions. And those impacts will not be limited to the areas immediately adjacent to the railroad. All areas of the village are likely to experience effects. However, when completed, I am confident the project will serve as an impetus for greater improvements in the suburban quality of life we cherish.
Lawrence J. Montreuil
Aircraft Traffic Noise and Safety
To submit a complaint
Village officials continue to meet and work with FAA representatives especially in regard to noise emanating from helicopter traffic over the Village.
We are pleased to report that the Port Authority of NY and NJ recently signed an agreement with an Environmental Science and Planning Firm to conduct a noise study at JFK and LGA Airports. This study will show areas around the airport impacted by noise above the 55 decibel average. Also, portable noise monitors will be placed in certain communities considered by the FAA to have significant noise impact.
Kurt Langjahr is the Village representative on the Town-Village Aircraft Safety & Noise Abatement Committee (TVASNAC). While he and the other committee members are doing amazing work, they need your help and your support. Here are a few ways you can get involved:
We will continue to provide our residents with updates as developments occur. And, we hope you consider our suggestions and get involved in this very important issue
The Draft of the Village 2017 Storm Water Management Program Annual Report (SWMPAR) is now available for public review at the Department of Public Works in Village Hall. The Draft SWMPAR can also be accessed from the link below (click on the books). The Village Storm Water Management Program Plan Documents are also available for public review at the Department of Public Works in Village Hall. Comments and questions on the Village Storm Water Management Program can be submitted to (516) 354-0064 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
The LIRR THIRD TRACK PROJECT WILL HAVE
ON VILLAGE HOMES, BUSINESSES AND ROADS
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