Welcome to the Village of New Hyde Park

3TC 2nd Quarter 2020

April 1st - June 30th

Community Scorecard

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This Community Scorecard evaluates the performance of 3rd Track Constructors (3TC), the Design-Builder for the LIRR Expansion Project, during the period from April 1, 2020 to June 30, 2020. The Project team invites you to complete this scorecard to determine 3TC's adherence to community commitments. In addition, your input is instrumental in improving construction impact minimization techniques, as well as project outreach efforts.

2020-2021 Village Tax

Due to COVID-19 the Village Board has resolved to allow taxpayers the option to pay in TWO installments if you wish, one due on or before July 1st and the second due on or before December 31st.

Payments can be made by check, money order or online at www.vnhp.org by ACH or credit card. The Board has also resolved to waive the $1.50 ACH fee for any online tax payments. Unfortunately, credit card fees CANNOT be waived.

For residents who do not wish to pay online or mail in payment, a mail drop-box has been installed in the vestibule of Village Hall.

If you have any questions please contact Village Hall (516) 354-0022 or nhpclerk@vnhp.org

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LIRR 3rd Track Night Work Schedule

June 29, 2020


June 2020 Night Time Work

Please Note: Nightwork will be sporadic and not continuously every night during this period.

6/29 - 6/30: Transmission pole setting with crane and bucket truck

7/6 – 7/9: Excavating and setting communication poles

7/13 – 7/16: Excavate and set transmission poles

June 22, 2020

Village Hall Update

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As of Wednesday, June 24, 2020 Village Hall will be open 10 am to 3 pm by appointment ONLY. Please call 516 354-0022 or email the appropriate department to make arrangements.

Masks are required to enter Village Hall.

 A drop box is located in the vestibule of the East side entrance of Village Hall for tax payments. Questions please email nhpclerk@vnhp.org.

Building Department questions please email building@vnhp.org

Department of Public Works VNHPDPW@vnhp.org

Village Court for is canceled until further notice. Please email Jana Ippolito court@vnhp.org for an alternate court date.

We are all in this together and have to do our part to STOP the SPREAD of this virus.
  • Please use the CONVID hotline at 1-888-364-3065 if you have any questions on the disease, testing, etc.
  • Help Your Neighbors – Check in on elderly neighbors or let us know if someone needs assistance
  • Order Take Out from our New Hyde Park Restaurants and Food Establishments

COVID-19 Update

June 22, 2020

Memorial Park and Nuzzi Field Open

All playgrounds, sports fields, and bathrooms are now OPEN. The Village Board encourages residents to get outside and get fresh air and exercise while practicing social distancing.

LIRR 3rd Track Project

3rd Track Constructors (3TC) Hotline: (516) 203-4955




Air Traffic Noise

Call Governor Andrew Cuomo and Urge him to Vote "Yes" on Bill #S 5855 - To conduct an impact study on air traffic at JFK & LaGuardia Airport. Aircraft Safety & Noise

August 13, 2018 Letter to Congresswoman Rice

July 19, 2019 Letter to Congresswoman Rice

Next Village Board Meeting

Thursday, August 13th

Work Session 7:30 pm

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Dial In:

(929) 205-6099

Meeting ID: 884 4788 2580

Password: 483627

Thursday, August 20th

Public Meeting 8:00 pm

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(929) 205-6099

Meeting ID: 817 2005 5253

Password: 539399


Village of New Hyde Park News

Mayor’s Letter to the Residents July 14, 2020

July 14, 2020

Dear Neighbors,

This weekend, the Long Island Railroad and their contractor, 3TC achieved an important and amazing milestone. They pushed the 8 million pound New Hyde Park Road undergrade crossing and railroad bridge into place and reopened the mainline for railroad traffic. This was an amazing engineering feat; only the third time the technique has been used in the Americas (Covert Avenue was the first). The process involves pushing the tremendous structure across the ground, stopping every 20 inches to make sure it is going straight and not too high or not too low. If it’s too low, they simply add some dirt in front of it. If it’s too low, they dig dirt out of the way. The challenge is that they can only move it one direction. Luckily, they got it right.

Mayor’s Letter to the Residents July 4, 2020

July 4, 2020

Dear Neighbors,

I hope and pray that you and your family are healthy and safe this Fourth of July.  As the region begins to reopen after a long hibernation, I urge everyone to take precautions and remain vigilant to prevent a resurgence in the coronavirus that has plagued us this year