Per Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order, the Village Election is postponed until September 15, 2020.
Village Hall is open, but temporarily closed to the public. If you need to drop off paperwork, call Village Hall and someone will meet you at the rear entrance.
Masks are essential if you are unable to maintain social distancing.
Call us at 798-0244.
Executive Order 202.32 issued by Governor Cuomo extends the interest free period for payment of Village taxes to July 22, 2020.
The health and safety of our residents is our main concern. The Board of Trustees voted unanimously to cancel all July events this year in order to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
In light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) the Village of Massapequa Park has temporarily closed the Brady Park Senior Center and suspended the Mommy and Me program until further notice. For up to date information on COVID-19 please visit the Center Disease Control and Prevention
A Message from the Mayor
Message from the Mayor:
As per the emergency executive order issued by Governor Cuomo, the Village election has now been postponed until September 15, 2020. In order to protect the health and safety of our residents and staff, Village Hall will remain closed. However, our staff is working, so please call us if you need anything.
Our parks remain open but the playgrounds, basketball courts and bathrooms are closed. Please remember to practice social distancing and wear face masks when you are out. This is the key for us and our families in order to remain healthy. We will get through this soon if we follow these guidelines.
Many merchants throughout the Village are open for takeout, curbside pickup and delivery. Please check the businesses’ social media/websites for details.
Our June tax bills were recently mailed. In response to the covid-19 crisis, several weeks ago, I sent a letter to Governor Cuomo requesting that the interest free period for payment of the Village Tax, be extended. He approved my request and extended the deadline to July 22, 2020. The 21-day extension is the maximum that he can allow.
I would like to thank all our health care professionals, law enforcement officers, essential workers and all those on the frontlines for all that you are doing to help keep us safe. Many of our residents have done their part by reaching out to our seniors and those who are unable to go grocery shopping. These acts of kindness are true examples of how strong we are as a community. Remember, we are all in this together.