NEW! 2019 Draft Stormwater Report
Project Independence: Services for Seniors to Age in Place
Nassau County Legislative District Map
(amended 3/13) pdf

Community Links

Great Neck Park District
(516) 482-0181
(516) 487-7665
Great Neck Library
(516) 466-8055
Town of N. Hempstead
Sanitation & Recycling

(516) 869-6311 (drop off)


View Mayor Lopatkin’s Interview on
Cablevision’s “Meet the Leaders”




Sanitation / Recycling:
Thursday is Recycling day; please do not put recycling out on ANY other day other than Wednesday night. If you have Bulk items and are not sure if Sanitation will pick it up, please call Meadow Carting @ (516) 338-0121

Traffic Light @ Beverly Rd & Middle Neck Rd:
Nassau County has resolved the sensor issue at this intersection that caused the traffic light to cycle too fast.  However,they are installing fiber cables up/down Middle Neck Rd which will continue to affect the timing of all traffic lights until the project is completed.

The pool is open weekdays and weekends as of June 27th, Enjoy!


In our efforts to provide more reliable communications with Residents [and Businesses] in the borough, we have implemented Swiftreach Networks, Inc. as our Emergency Notification service provider.

Swift911™ in its simplest form is a system that makes phone calls to specific people or areas in the event of an emergency or for sharing important information. All the calls you receive will have the Caller ID of 'YOURTOWN Township' or 'YOURTOWN Police Department'.

If you are not receiving these calls, please fill out the form on the side of this page to add or update your contact information. You may also remove yourself from our lists.



About Kensington

Great pictures of Old Kensington. Click Here.

The vision for the "planned colony" that was the forerunner of modern Kensington came from Charles Finlay, President of the Aetna Bank in New York and his partner E.J. Rickert. read more...

Kensington was established 100 years ago at a time when development on Long Island was just taking off. Our community has taken root and thrived ever since.  Although the trees have matured over time, and new ones have been planted, the look and feel of the Village has remained.  Whether you are a resident or a visitor, take a tour through our website and see for yourselves what a wonderful neighborhood we have. Contact us if you have questions and enjoy your visit!

Susan Lopatkin, Mayor
Incorporated Village of Kensington