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Community Corner

13th November 2018

Amityville Senior Citizens Center

Amityville Village residents are invited to the Senior Citizens Center, located in the rear of Park North Administration Building (Park and Ireland Place). The Center is open every day from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.   Meet new friends, enjoy games and activities. See our Senior Center Flyer, or call Director Myra for information, 917-362-2777. Or just stop in and visit!

5th July 2018

4th of July Celebration

25th July 2016

Disposing E-Waste/Electronics

As of March 2016 the e-waste and electronics are no longer collected curb-side. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • computers & accessories
  • cathode ray tubes
  • personal music players
  • televisions
  • VCR/DVD players
  • Tablets

To properly dispose of e-waste, residents may either return the item to the place of purchase, drop them off at the Residential Recycling Center or call 249-9346 to schedule a pickup. Residents may also utilize reimbursement programs offered by companies such as Amazon and Gazelle.

11th April 2016

Amityville Police Officers Honored by MADD

Congratulations to Amityville Police Officers Dave Driscoll, Frank Caramanica, and Gerald Blee for receiving the Mothers Against Drunk Driving 2016 Law Enforcement Recognition Award on April 7th, 2016 at the Crest Hollow County Club. This award honors law enforcement officers for their dedicated work in drunk and drugged driving enforcement. PDMaddaward

23rd March 2016

Amityville gets serious about Vacant Homes

Deputy Mayor Bernius and Trustee LaLota were featured in Newsday today regarding discussions for a proposed local law to focus on maintenance and care of vacant homes. Read more below:


17th February 2016

The Check is in the Mail.. Literally!

Amityville homeowners received a check in the mail from the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance because taxing jurisdictions like Amityville Village and the Amityville School District complied with the State’s Two Percent Property Tax Cap.

The average rebate check is just shy of $300 – an amount equivalent to the 2015 increases in property taxes by those taxing jurisdictions that complied with the tax cap.  This rebate allows those jurisdictions’ leaders to rightfully claim they froze their constituents’ property taxes.  As your Mayor, I’m proud to be fighting against high property taxes.

I hope you will join me in congratulating Trustee Nick LaLota, the Village’s Budget Officer and the architect of Amityville’s financial comeback, for this victory that has literally put money back in your pocket.  For three years in a row, Nick has designed balanced budgets that comply with the tax cap, do not cut services and make significant investments in capital projects like road repair.  And, for the first time since 2008, Amityville has an operating fund that is positive.  Fellow Trustees who have voted in favor of Nick’s budgets deserve credit too – for putting Amityville’s taxpayers first.

While I have you smiling about the rebate check, I’d like to ask you for a favor:  I understand your family has many financial demands, but if you can afford it, I ask that you spend a portion of today’s rebate check in the Village’s downtown.  Through the efforts of the Downtown Revitalization Committee, my Administration, and many brave entrepreneurs who share a vision of our Village’s greatness, our Village is experiencing a renaissance of specialty stores, restaurants, and businesses.  To keep this progress going, they need Amityville’s help.  

Whether brand new or existing, Amityville has a unique selection of shops that would appreciate your business.  Hopefully you like the progress and are in the position to help keep our Downtown moving forward.  When we shop locally, independent businesses can thrive and keep our downtown community vibrant.  A much larger share of the money spent at locally owned stores stays in our economy, supporting a variety of other businesses and jobs.

Congratulations on being a part of such a great Village, and hopefully I will see you around town!

James  Wandell,  Mayor

Village of Amityville, New York