Farmingdale Village Art In the Park: A Look Back,
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WATER SYSTEM FLUSHING
Incorporated Village of
Village of Farmingdale will be flushing water mains throughout
its service area, as a part of our regular Distribution System
Maintenance Program. This program is designed so as to remove
any accumulation of dissolved materials which may have settled
in the mains.
Slight water pressure variations
or discolored water conditions may occur during this period.
Water uses, such as laundering of
clothes, may be affected due to coloration of water. Please note
that flushing of hydrants throughout the Village will commence
on Friday, October 23rd, 2020 at approximately 10:00 PM and will
be finished by approximately 6:30 AM on Saturday, October 24th,
REMEMBER, THE WATER IS ABSOLUTELY SAFE TO DRINK.
If you have questions, please call Village
Hall @ 516-249-0093 or visit our website at
Farmingdale Village Updates -
Inc. Village of
Declaration of State of Emergency Order
RALPH EKSTRAND, as the Mayor
of the Incorporated
Village of Farmingdale,
pursuant to the powers
in him by Section 24 of the
New York State Executive Law,
in order to preserve the public safety and property of the Village
of Farmingdale, DOES HEREBY ORDER that:
The Village is declared under a STATE of EMERGENCY; and it is
FURTHER ORDERED that:
A. Effective March 16, 2020, the Village will be open but
Village Hall will be closed to the public. Furthermore, all Village
public facilities shall be closed to the public. For
life threatening emergencies you may continue to contact our Fire
Department Directly at (516) 249-0070 or dial 911. For non-life
threatening emergencies (Water Main Breaks, etc.) please call the
Farmingdale Fire Department Non-Emergency Line at (516)
531-9820. During this state of emergency you may continue to email
the Village for non-emergent matters. Emails should be sent to
or you may call (516) 249-0093 and your call will be forwarded to
our Fire Department’s Non-Emergency line. Rest assured we are
reviewing these non-emergent communications but the public is asked,
to the greatest extent possible, during the state of emergency to
defer any non-emergent attempts to contact Village Hall until such
time as this
DECLARATION OF STATE OF EMERGENCY ORDER
is lifted and or rescinded.
B. Any and all meetings of the official Boards or
committees of the Village, are hereby adjourned during the pendency
of this DECLARATION OF STATE OF EMERGENCY ORDER;
C. The Village continues to communicate with and work with
County Executive, Laura Curran, Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor,
Joseph Saladino, Governor Cuomo, their staff and their public health
advisors. Rest assured, the Village shall continue to advise the
public of information concerning the Corona Virus pandemic (via the
and via telephone via constant contact) and the Village shall
immediately implement any additional orders and effectuate any
additional public health actions intended to preserve the wellbeing
of our residents and the public at large.
The Mayor thanks everyone for their understanding and cooperation
during this DECLARATION OF STATE OF EMERGENCY ORDER.
This DECLARATION OF STATE OF EMERGENCY ORDER shall be effective
IMMEDIATELY and shall remain in effect until removed by further
order of the Mayor.
Failure to obey this order shall subject such subject such
violator(s) to those penalties and incarceration as set forth in the
New York State Executive Law.
Dated: Farmingdale, New York
March 20, 2020
Village of Farmingdale
Farmingdale Village Updates - COVID-19
All public meetings are cancelled at Village Hall until
further notice (Board of Trustees, Planning and Zoning
All Village sponsored community events are
cancelled/postponed until further notice
Many merchants throughout Farmingdale Village are open for
takeout, curbside and delivery. Several stores / merchants
are open to the public but hours may vary. Call / check the
businesses social media / websites for details
Please consider donating to those in need during this
crisis. Whether its helping a neighbor, shopping for
seniors, family members or donating within the local
Farmingdale Village is collecting non-perishable food donations
for the needy in the local community. Donations can be dropped
off and placed in the food pantry box located outside the
entrance to Village Hall from 8:30am -4:30pm Monday - Friday
St. Kilian’s Social Ministry is collecting donations – and are
open for assistance and donations Tuesdays and Fridays from 9am
– Noon. Donations can be brought to the entrance door that faces
Elizabeth Street (140 Elizabeth Street). Please do not bring
donations to the Outreach building outside of those times or to
our door that faces Conklin Street, which will be used for
assistance only. If you cannot get to us during those hours with
your donations. There are wooden bins in the back of the church
that are available for donations.
Check the Village website and
Nassau County Health Department
websites for updates:
Stay Safe & Be Well
Welcome Back to Farmingdale Village!
We are all in this Together! We hope everyone is well and
staying safe, and are happy to be moving ahead as the Long
Island region progresses, re-opening from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Welcome back to Farmingdale Village!
The weekly Farmingdale Farmers Market by Schneider's farm
continues on Sundays, through November 22nd, from 10 am - 3 pm,
weather permitting, On the Village Green, with social distancing
- face coverings/masks are required.
Please continue to shop / dine Local, support the Village
merchants, and we look forward to brighter days, #farmingdalereopening.
Check their websites, social media or call them to confirm
operating hours, place orders, for reservations, and further
information. We thank everyone for their cooperation throughout
the pandemic and remember to practice social distancing and wear
face coverings in public for health and safety.
Farmingdale Village Looks Forward to Coming Back Strong!
Thanks again to ALL essential workers, health care workers -
front line workers and to everyone supporting - helping each
Stay Safe & Be Well,
Mayor Ralph Ekstrand
Some helpful links:
Jefferson Plaza Makeover
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The Village of Farmingdale
square mile, the Village of Farmingdale is proud of its "Village Green".
Located adjacent to historical Village Hall, the Village Green provides
a park like landscape where you can bring your lawn chair, relax and
enjoy the music by the Village Pops performing summer evenings or bring
the family to enjoy a classic movie "On the Green". You can enjoy old
fashioned, freshly popped popcorn, Ice cream and juice, free... just
because we’re glad you came!! And don’t forget just five minutes away is
the home of the Black Course at Bethpage State Park that was home to the
U.S. Open in 2002 and 2009.
Centrally located along
the Nassau/Suffolk line, Farmingdale Village is rich in ethnic culture
and entertainment unveiling a tasty assortment of fine restaurants that
will satisfy the world traveler. Try the
who creatively converted the village library into an eatery that adorns
carousel horses developing an atmosphere where you can enjoy fine
American cuisine. Not into carousel horses? Newly opened are
Whiskey Down Diner,
Harley’s American Bar and Grille
317 Main Street. Want to nurture
your European palate,
Tre Scalini, Vespa, The
Republic, High Tide Taco
will certainly satisfy that hunger.
If you prefer staying on this side of the pond, you can choose from
to sample Mexican or
Columbian tastes. You’ll have to make another trip just to try
Tiny Thai, The Rolling Spring Roll
or one of our Chinese
restaurants, Taste of Asia
The Lotus Garden,
to learn the spices that enrich our Asian assortment. If you are in town
to meet with friends, That
Meetball Place will provide the perfect space.
Farmingdale Village finally has a bakery, enjoy fresh, natural baked
goods and more at Le Petit Cafe. Enjoy Pizza and other
specialties at Frankie's East Side, Creations
Pizza - Yogurt, and Chiddy's Cheese Steaks.
When you are done
with dinner, take a stroll and enjoy frozen yogurt or a specialty coffee
Charlotte’s or Sobol!
Things just don’t stop there!
Stroll along Main Street and enjoy one of our specialty shops.
provides a rich array of quality items that draw
customers from all across the island. During the evening, stop in and
enjoy delicious candy for adults.
Lithology always has a new brew and
Flux offers that perfect cup
of coffee or tea.
Are you a nostalgia
expert? Bet you can’t resist going through the assortment of antiques at
Back in Time
The Land of Ooh’s and Ahh’s or Vintage Guitars.
Sports enthusiasts can pick-up all their foot gear at
Runners Edge where you can get the finest athletic wear. Once you have your
gear, head next door to Brickwell
for a bike tune-up or maybe even a new bike. Not into athletics or just
enjoy a good cigar, you’ll
appreciate the humidors
When you are finished,
venture into Vinoco or
Vintage, two wine and tapas bars, to relax. Before heading home,
Main Street Wines
to make those memorable weekends the way you imagined.
entertainment establishments combine unique offerings that are
continually praised for their incredible atmosphere. Whether you walk
from the train station and stop at
featuring over 40 HD widescreen TV’s and over 60 beers on tap,
or make your destination
The Nutty Irishman / 317 Main Street.
Farmingdale has two speakeasies - Charlotte's and
Alibi. Newly opened on Main: Farmingdale Brew
Co. and Main Street Pizza Company. Many restaurants
offer catering halls for your festivities, Farmingdale has it all.
Planning a summer
barbecue or a holiday party? Try the
Farmingdale Meat Market.
Established over 50 years ago, the Meat Market provides old world
service where you can ask the butcher anything from how to prepare a
quality cut of Meyer Natural Angus beef to a tasty recipe for you to
throw on the grill.
You don’t have to travel
into New York City to enjoy top fashion ideas. Visit
to enjoy the wide assortment of designers and original jewelry.
Have extra time on the weekend, stroll through the Farmers Market on
Sunday from 10:00 - 3:00 May through November.
As the seasons change, so does Farmingdale. Our Columbus Day festivities
watch Main Street become a walkway for crafts, artists, rides and
amusement for the entire family ending by lighting up the evening sky
with its fireworks display that climax a perfect weekend.
Winter brings long nights awaiting the holidays. We begin with
our annual holiday parade that welcomes the arrival of Santa, only to be
followed by our tree lighting festivities.
Farmingdale Village is a community established in 1691. Take an
historical Village walk that preserves its rich past or drive up the
street and visit the historical aviation museum. Farmingdale respects
its past. An historical village walk unveils the assortment of "arts and
crafts" architecture still prevalent on its Main Street. A community
that blends the feelings of its people while supporting its growth as it
evolves into a village to explore. Explore it for its unique qualities
that satisfy family and indulge in the excitement of something
Looking for a place to open a business...
Looking for a place to raise a family...
Looking for a place to enjoy the good food, good entertainment
with good people...
Farmingdale - we’ve got it!!!
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Farmingdale Public Library
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of Farmingdale Adopted Budget for
Important information for former residents of 150 Secatogue
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Farmingdale Village - First-Time Buyers Drawn To Yesteryear
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appeared in the New York Times.
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