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SINGLE STREAM RECYCLING
Please be advised that as of December 13, 2017, the Village will be moving to Single Stream Recycling.
You will now be able to discard all recycling every Wednesday(paper/glass/plastics). Please follow
the holiday schedule that was previously distributed but now you do not have to alternate weeks
between paper and glass/plastics.  For more information please click on link below.
Single Stream Recycling Information


 

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notifications@villageofwillistonpark.org

 

 

Village of Williston Park
HOMETOWN HERO BANNER PROGRAM
If you are a member or a family member of someone presently serving active duty in the United States Armed Services and would like
them to be considered for the Hometown Hero Banner program, please click on link below fill out and submit with an original 8x10 color photograph of member in full uniform.
Hometown Hero Banner Program Application

     


From the Desk of Mayor Paul Ehrbar

"All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt."

Charles Schulz, creator of the Peanuts comic strip

An open letter from Williston Park Mayor Paul Ehrbar

Traffic Safety

As I meet with many residents throughout the year, I hear many concerns and productive ideas. A major concern for me, the Village Board and residents is the failure of many drivers to obey various traffic devices (red lights, stop signs, speed regulations, etc.). While the common belief is that most of unsafe drivers are non-residents, the fact remains that a number of violators are our residents of the Village. I speak with officers of the Third precinct from the Inspectors down to the field Officers (especially the POP officers), on a regular basis requesting more enforcement, in order to make our streets safer for all. These officers have been in the Village working on enforcement and I’m told that many times when pulling a vehicle over, a driver will be one of our residents.

The Village has eighteen miles of roadways, numerous traffic lights and over a hundred stop signs. It is impossible for the police to monitor all on a daily basis, although I will continue to reach out for more enforcement. To be honest, very few of us, if any, are perfect when behind the wheel of a car. However, it is time for all resident drivers to make a concerned effort to improve our driving habits. We all need to slow down, stop fully at stop signs, and observe red lights. As noted in the past that I’ve established a new Traffic Safety Committee (separate from our long-standing Parking Safety Committee) for all residents to join. To become part of this committee all a resident needs to do, is to make a personal commitment to improve their own driving habits. There are no costs or meetings required of this committee, just a desire to improve traffic safety throughout our Village.  The Village has a large population of children, seniors, joggers, walkers, and drivers using our sidewalks and streets. In order to make a safer Village for all, we must take personal responsibility to make this happen. Let’s together, strive to establish a reputation for Williston Park having safe streets.

A large number of residents are Police Officers, Firemen, EMTs, hospital employees and numerous others in public service who, in the course of their daily routine see the damaging effects of car related injuries. I ask this group to help spearhead this movement to help make our streets safer for all.  Let’s change the slogan “Together We Can Make a Difference!” to “Together We Have Made a Difference!”


In order to help remind all residents of the need for safety, safety slogans will be placed on a number of Village vehicles in the very near future.




Monday - July 23, 2018
Board of Trustees Meeting
Workshop - 6
:30 pm

Public Hearing - 8:00pm

 

 

Monday - August 20, 2018
Board of Trustees Meeting
Workshop - 6
:30 pm
                       Public Hearing - 8:00 pm                 





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NEW SANITATION SCHEDULE
2018-2019 Weekly Sanitation Schedule

 


Mayor: Paul Ehrbar

Deputy Mayor: Kevin Rynne

Trustee: William Carr

Trustee: Michael Uttaro

Trustee: William O'Brien

Village Clerk: Julie Kain

 Village Justice: Kevin Kiley

Acting Village Justice: Beth Swendsen-Dowd

Village Attorney: James A. Bradley

 

Board Meetings are held at 8:00 PM on the 3rd Monday of the month.


Incorporated Village of
Williston Park
494 Willis Ave
Williston Park, New York 11596


(516)746-2193
fax (516) 746-7109
Hours 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Map to Village Hall

The Village of Williston Park comprises an area of less than one square mile with a population of approximately 7,500 people.

Although mainly a residential area, it has two main business streets, Hillside and Willis Avenues, where almost 300 retail stores, professional offices and other enterprises are located.

The Village was incorporated on September 8, 1926. The first election of a Mayor and a four-member Board of Trustees occurred on October 4, 1926.

The Board holds public meetings at 8:00 p.m. on the third Monday of each month, except in April, when the organization meeting is held on the first Monday.