While the Village Hall is open for business, in an effort to to meet the CDC recommendations, the building is closed to the public. Please call the office (516-676-6920) when you arrive at the Village Hall and a staff member will meet you. The Mayor, Trustees, and staff are very concerned about continuing to accommodate the needs of our residents and appreciate your patience in this challenging time.
If you are new to the Village, please let us know so we can properly welcome you!
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PLEASE BE AWARE! In order to create a safer environment for the entire Village, the speed limit has been reduced throughout the Village to 30 MPH unless otherwise noted by posted signage.
If you are experiencing a power outage and would like to report it to the PSEG Long Island website click on this link: https://www.psegliny.com/\
Storm Safety Tips from PSEGLI
Keep these safety tips in mind:
For Safety Information Concerning Nature Gas and CO Leaks from National Grid, please click on this link: safety_message_from_national_grid.docx
Please note: As of January 1, 2018, Construction of all new fences will require a permit from the Village. Click here for Application.
Welcome to the Village of Lattingtown, NY website. The Village of Lattingtown, with an area of 2,400 acres, was incorporated in 1931 and as of 2011 has about 1,700 residents. The Village of Lattingtown is in the Township of Oyster Bay and is one of 64 villages in Nassau County. The governance of the Village conforms to the statutes of the State of New York, providing for five Trustees - one of whom is the Mayor - elected every two years and five members of the Zoning Board appointed by the Trustees and five members of the Planning Board also appointed by the Trustees for five-year terms. None of the Trustees, Planning Board members or Zoning Board members are compensated in any way by the Village.
The administration of the Village consists of two paid people, a Clerk-Treasurer and deputy who handle finances, building matters and general administration. In addition, we have 3 highway employees handling road maintenance, street cleaning and plowing. We have one Building Consultant supervising our building codes. Although we contract Nassau County for our police force, certain officers are permanently assigned to our Village so that they get to know the Village and its residents. (For a more detailed synopsis of the Village Operations, please refer to the Mayor’s May 2020 letter.)
Everyone involved in the Village operations is dedicated to maintaining the wonderful character of our beautiful Village. If you have any questions or concerns, please stop by the Village Hall or give us a call.
Mayor Robert Fagiola
News from the Mayor:
As mentioned in the Mayor's End of the Year Update 2019, the Village recently amended the application process for individuals or groups seeking to solicit within the Village. As per recent federal case law, the Village can no longer prohibit such activity, but we have adopted a comprehensive application process which must be complied with before the Village will issue such a license. Furthermore, residents are able to give notice to the Clerk to add their name to the Village's "Do Not Solicit List" by completing this form and returning it to the Village Clerk. By doing so, any group or individual who does obtain a license from the Village to solicit is precluded from knocking on your door.