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Thank You to All Who Came Out to Vote

Village Election Results – March 19, 2024 RANDALL ROSENBAUM, MAYOR           61 CLAIRE DORFMAN, TRUSTEE                62 GARY LEWANDOWSKI, TRUSTEE          61 ARTHUR (AJ) SMITH                                63 DENNIS REISMAN, VILLAGE JUSTICE   62

2024 S.T.O.P. –  Stop Throwing Out Pollutants – Westbury High School, Saturday, June 29, 2024 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  2024 S.T.O.P. (Stop Throwing Out Pollutants) Westbury High School Saturday, June 29, 2024 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. North Hempstead Beach Park North Lot Saturday, September 28, 2024 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. North Hempstead Beach Park North Lot Sunday, October 13, 2024 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please note that the S.T.O.P (Stop Throwing Out Pollutants) events are scheduled several times per year. The calendar for each year’s events is posted on the town’s website as soon as the locations and dates have been finalized with the vendors servicing the events. S.T.O.P. Events are designed to safely accept Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) from residents. Please read carefully the S.T.O.P Event section in the brochure mailed to all Town of North Hempstead Residents, which includes information as to what items can be dropped off at S.T.O.P events and how you should package items prior to arriving at the events. The S.T.O.P. (Stop Throwing Out Pollutants) program offers residents of North Hempstead the opportunity to dispose of their household hazardous waste in an environmentally friendly manner. Many people do not realize that ordinary household products, such as aerosols and cleaners, can be corrosive, explosive, or toxic if mixed indiscriminately with regular  … Read more


The Village will be accepting tax payments no later than July 3, 2023 (first Monday after July 1).  Any payments received after that date will be subject to a 5% penalty for the first month and an additional 1% each month thereafter.

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MAKE SURE YOU ARE GETTING ALL THE LATEST VILLAGE UPDATES The Village has two methods of communicating with our residents. For emergencies or urgent notices, we use CODE RED which sends out phone calls and emails. To sign up go to the Village website www.villageflowerhill.org and click on the red and black Code Red icon about three quarters of the page down on the right or just go to https://public.coderedweb.com/CNE/en-US/BFE7EA49CADF If you do not use a computer, you can call the village office and we will enter the information for you. The other method of communication is our Constant Contact newsletter. This is where the Mayor posts his monthly newsletters and where we post non-urgent messages. To sign up email us at info@villageflowerhill.org You can also follow us on Facebook – Village of Flower Hill.


Every 45 seconds, a car is stolen in the United States, which is close to one million stolen vehicles per year. Thefts occur at all times of the day and night and usually happen when a car has been left unlocked with the key fob left inside a vehicle equipped with a push button start. The Nassau County Police Department reminds people to be aware and cautious of their property and offers these Auto Theft Prevention Tips to help protect you against vehicle theft. Always lock your vehicle, even when it’s parked in your driveway or garage. Always take your keys or fob with you. Never leave or hide a smart key, valet key, or spare key anywhere in or on your vehicle, no matter where you park it. Never leave your car running while unattended or unlocked. If possible, park your vehicle in a locked garage. Always park in well-lit areas at night. Close all your vehicle windows completely when parked. Consider installing an audible alarm or a visible anti-theft device. Never leave valuables or personal property in your vehicle. Always look around and be aware of your surroundings. IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING! CALL CRIME STOPPERS –  … Read more

Snow Season Reminders

Do not leave vehicles in the roadways to give our snow plows the ability to clear the roadways. We also urge residents to please refrain from parking on village roads for an additional 24 hours from storm-end to allow for crews to finalize clearing of snow and other storm debris.   After a snow event, residents with fire hydrants and sidewalks are expected to make them free and clear. There must be a 3-foot clearance, in all directions, between snow and hydrants. Blocking fire hydrants and sidewalks can result in a court appearance and fine. Failure to properly clear fire hydrants can also hinder first responders’ response to emergency calls.  If you are physically disabled and cannot clear the snow, contact Village Hall and we will have the hydrants cleared for you.   Pushing snow out into the street is also prohibited. If clearing snow, it must remain on your property.

An Open Letter to the Community Regarding Sunnyvale Holiday Lighting

In response to recent social media posts regarding the Young Family Christmas Exhibition I felt it was important to share the Village’s perspective. The Village has repeatedly offered to work with the Youngs so they can present the display in a way that keeps everyone safe. The Village has never stopped the Youngs from presenting their display, and was ready to work with the Youngs if they chose to present the display again this year.   Just two years ago the Village spent $10,000 for a professional security firm to help manage traffic attracted by the display. We have even asked the Village staff to help control traffic during evening hours and on the weekends through the holiday season.  And they have done so–sacrificing their own holiday time with their families. Trustees have also donated countless hours in this effort. These are not the actions of a Village that is trying to prevent anything, but rather one that has met its obligation to insure public safety  while still allowing the Youngs to continue to present their display.   In recent years the Youngs display had grown so large that it was creating parking, traffic, and safety issues for the surrounding  … Read more

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