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New Hyde Park, November 10, 2020 -  The Village Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that it has executed an extension of their collective bargaining agreement with our Department of Public Works employees represented by CSEA Local 1000 AFSCME AFL-CIO. the agreement extends for 6 years, all conditions of the existing contract that expired May 31, 2020, except for a revised schedule of annual pay increases. the contract has been ratified by the New Hyde Park Department of Public Works employees. Mayor Lawrence Montreuil remarked: " New Hyde Park is blessed with a great team of Public Works employees. A testament to that is that we rarely have to consult the contract due to the great relationship and the can-do spirit of the DPW team." The terms of the updated agreement began June 1, 2020.

On August 24, 2020

After months of closure, the new underpass, separating vehicular and pedestrian traffic at



Project Team, Mayor Montreuil, Tr.Burger, Tr.Squicciarino, GC Mayor Trouve at the Ribbon Cutting

August 2020

Village Court Update

We have all found ourselves in an unprecedented situation.  In an effort to ensure the health and safety of our community members, to keep with the current social distancing practices and avoid unnecessary congestion in our courtroom, please see the below options regarding any outstanding matters that need to be resolved.             To Plead Guilty:
  • By mail:  Send a personal check / money order to New Hyde Park Village Court, 1420 Jericho Turnpike, New Hyde Park, N.Y. 11040.
  • In person:  Credit Card (Master Card / Visa Card only) or cash will be accepted at the Village Hall between the hours of 10:00AM-3:00PM M-F.  We also have a mail drop-box inside the vestibule of the Village Hall for check payments as well.
Please note that a 2.99% Surcharge is applied to all Credit Card payments. To Plead Not Guilty:
  • Mail back your ticket with the not guilty section filled out and signed on the reverse side and we will contact you with the next available court date.
  • All cases will be heard by appointment only.
 If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to email us at court@vnhp.org or you can call the court at 516-354-6330, Monday-Friday, between the hours of 8:45AM-4:15PM.  Thank you for your understanding during this time.  

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

LIRR 3rd Track Project

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




Next Village Board Meetings:

Thursday, November 5th

Public Hearing 7:00 pm

Public Meeting 8:00 pm

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Dial In:

(929) 205-6099

Meeting ID: 813 3553 6831

Passcode: 553089

Thursday, November 12th

Work Session 7:30 pm

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(929) 205-6099

Meeting ID: 858 5979 7153

Passcode: 784083

Thursday, November 19th

Public Meeting 8:00 pm

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(929) 205-6099

Meeting ID: 899 0887 5907

Passcode: 746740


Village of New Hyde Park News

Mayor’s Letter to the Residents November 10, 2020

November 10, 2020

November 10, 2020

Early Morning Telephone Call – Veterans’ Day

Dear Neighbors,

I apologize if you received an early morning telephone call this morning regarding Veterans’ Day activities. The message was intended to be launched for 5:30 pm, not 5:30 am. I hope you were not disturbed or alarmed by the call. If you were awakened, I apologize.


Mayor’s Letter to the Residents November 2, 2020

November 2, 2020

Dear Neighbors,

I hope everyone had a safe and Happy Halloween!

It was nice to get a rare sunny day and that certainly brought out the trick or treaters in our Village. It was great to see kids of all ages out and about in costumes and masks. Although trick or treating was a little more difficult on the south side, adjacent to Covert Avenue. The county also took advantage of the rare sunshine to complete the paving of Covert Avenue on Saturday. I’d like to thank John Eskridge., the Resident Engineer on site for heeding my demands that the large dump trucks of asphalt cease traveling on residential roads filled with trick or treaters. Thanks also to Police Officer Titterton who responded to my 911 call to divert traffic from the same streets.