Village of Massapequa Park

Village of Massapequa Park Guide

The Village of Massapequa Park and the Massapequa Park Restaurants, parks, and businesses located within the village are an essential part of the Massapequa Community.

The Village has its own rules, regulations, and policies that differ from the town of Massapequa Park from neighboring town Massapequa. The Village of Massapequa hosts several events throughout the year that residents enjoy.

The most notable being the annual Christmas Tree Lighting. Residents gather yearly on Front Street and Main Street to kick off the holiday season with friends and family, a tradition not many other towns can say they have.

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Tom Page Photography

Village of Massapequa Park Town Hall

About The Village of Massapequa Park

The Village of Massapequa Park is one of the 534 incorporated villages in the State of New York. The 2.2 square mile area ranging from the Southern State Park to the Great South Bay was first incorporated as a village in 1931 and is 2.2 square miles. 

The first official mayor of Massapequa Park was Peter F. Colleran, whose name may sound familiar to those who enjoy Colleran Park.

The first Justice of the Village of Massapequa Park was Michael J. Brady. Does his last name sound familiar too? That's because the popular Brady Park was named after him.  

Who Runs The Village of Massapequa Park?

The Village of Massapequa Park Board consists of the Mayor and a board of trustees. Currently, these positions are held by the following: 

  • Teresa Spinosa | Mayor
  • Dan Pearl |Trustee
  • Tina Schiaffino | Trustee
  • Richard Begandy | Trustee

Other Village of Massapequa Park Boards: 

Planning Commission

Consists of 7 Village Residents who plan improvements in traffic flow,  parking requirements, and land use. 

Zoning Board

Consists of 5 Village Residents who act as an independent body to hear and respond to petitions for exemptions from zoning laws of the board. 

Ethics Board

Consists of one appointed staff member and 2 Village residents, all of which are appointed by the Mayor. The purpose of the Ethics Board is to review situations concerning the State Code of Ethics.

Massapequa Town Hall Department Leaders

  • Garet Lamb | Building Inspector
  • Robert Macri | Public Works 
  • Linda Tuminello | Deputy Village Clerk
  • Therese Wolf | Deputy Village Clerk
  • Christopher Briggs | Treasurer

Contact The  Massapequa Park Town Hall Departments

Massapequa Town Hall can be reached at:

Phone Number: (516) 798-0244  

Fax: (516) 798-6106

Treasurer's Office Fax: (516) 798-4271 

Use the appropriate extension to reach the Village department you need. 

  • Clerk's Office |  Ext. 111
  • Building Department | Ext. 120
  • Zoning Department  | Ext. 121
  • Public Works Department  | Ext 122
  • Resident Services Department | Ext.113  
  • Tax Department |  Extension 117
  • Treasurer’s Office | Extension 115

Public Parks in The Village of Massapequa Park

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Brady Park, Home of Massapequa Senior Center Captured by Tom Page Photography

Village of Massapequa Park Emergency Policy Summary

If you have an emergency situation and need urgent assistance contact the appropriate organization:

  • General Emergency: 911
  • Fire Emergency: Contact Massapequa Fire Department at 798-0040
  • Electric Emergency: Contact PSEG Long Island at 1-800-490-0075
  • Gas Emergency: Call National Grid Long Island at 1-800-490-0045

Summary of Village of Massapequa Park Snow Removal Policy

Having an effective snow removal procedure is essential for any village located in the Northeast United States. Due to the high number of vehicles parked along streets throughout a neighborhood such as Massapequa Park, the need for an efficient snow removal process is amplified. 

The snow procedures are put into effect in the event of heavy snow*. “Heavy Snow” is defined as a snowfall of 3 or more inches per Village of Massapequa Park Standards. 

The Village of Massapequa Park utilizes equipment to keep streets clear by prioritizing the roads used by emergency vehicles during heavy snowfalls. 

The Prioritized Emergency Access Roads include:

  • Lakeshore Drive
  • Park Boulevard
  • Clark Boulevard
  • Whitewood Drive
  • Harbor Lane

The rest of the streets in the village are cleared immediately after emergency vehicle access roads. It is your responsibility to keep your house number visible for emergency mail carriers. 

Important Note: For extreme weather emergencies, use the town's 24-hour telephone recording for updates. The number is 798-0244, Ext. 39. 

For information about the closing of schools within Massapequa School District, tune into radio stations such as WGBB (1240) and WHLI (1100). Do not call the school

Summary of Village of Massapequa Park Garbage Policy

Massapequa Park garbage collection is handled by the Town of Oyster Bay. The Town of Oyster Bay collects garbage twice a week and recyclable materials/garden materials once a week.

  • Garbage is collected on Monday and Thursday
  • Recyclable materials are collected on Wednesday

Important Notes About Town of Oyster Bay Waste Collection: 

  • All garbage must be placed in securely covered metal or plastic garbage containers. 
  • Do not use plastic bags for garbage as they can easily be compromised by animals.
  • Use plastic bags only for rubbish and leaves (No food items)

Garbage Containers and materials should be placed after 6:00 PM prior to the day of collection and brought in by 8:00 PM on the day of collection.  

What is classified as rubbish

The Town of Oyster Bay considers rubbish as any solid material being discarded. Some examples are metal, carpet, and ashes.

Containers of rubbish cannot exceed 32 gallons and weigh more than 50 pounds. Unusually shaped items such as branches, carpets, and large boxes must be tied into bundles that do not exceed dimensions of 4’ X 2’.

The Town of Oyster bay conveniently collects up to three bulk items at a time during a  standard collection. Examples of bulk items include:

  • Mattresses
  • Refrigerators and Freezers (Doors Removed)
  • Furniture 
  • Most major appliances

Collection Limit: 10 items not exceeding 200 pounds; not including bulk items 

Waste Material Disposal

These items must be taken away by the contractor or the resident as the Town of Oyster Bay does not collect them. These materials include, but are not limited to:

  • Broken stone or concrete 
  • Large timbers
  • Heating materials (boilers, radiators) 
  • Windows 
  • Roofing

Please Note: Telephone Directories and Christmas trees have special collection procedures.  

Leave Disposal Policy: 

It is illegal to burn leaves or sweep them into the street in the Village of Massapequa Park. 

Leaves must be placed in plastic bags and left out for collection on collection day for recyclables. During the peak of leave collection season, the Town of Oyster Bay uses a special leaf collection program. The town of Oyster Bay notifies residents about program regulation. 

Please Note: Bags of leaves are considered containers in regards to the 10 container policy. 

Questions or Concerns? Contact the appropriate organization:

Garbage / Rubbish |  677-5848

Recycling | 755-1839

Pollutants | 677-5784

The Town of Oyster Bay annually provides residents with a calendar informing them of all garbage collection holidays.

Village of Massapequa Park Court Information 

Massapequa Park Village court consists of an elected Village Justice who serves a four-year term and a Village Prosecutor who is appointed by the Mayor that prosecutes all cases.

Village Court holds arraignments on the first and third Tuesday evening at 8 PM. Court trials are held one Friday per month. Contact the Village Court Using the Following Methods:

  • Telephone:  (516) 798-0244 | Ext. 118 
  • Fax: 516-798-4090 
  • Email:

Village of Massapequa Park Holidays

Massapequa Park Town Hall is closed on the following holidays on a yearly basis:

  • New Years
  • Lincoln’s Birthday
  • President’s Day 
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Columbus Day 
  • Election Day 
  • Veteran’s Day
  • Thanksgiving 
  • Christmas 
  • After 12:00 noon on Christmas and New Year’s Eves

Frequently Asked Questions

Which Congressional District is the Village of Massapequa Park in?

The Village is in the Second Congressional District.

Which State government district is the village of Massapequa Park in?

The village of Massapequa Park is in the 9th Assembly District and the 8th Senatorial District.

How many people live in Massapequa Park?

Per the 2010 census, the population of Massapequa Park was 17,036. However, it is currently slightly higher at around 17,266.

Where is the Village of Massapequa Town Hall?

Massapequa Town Hall is located at 151 Front Street, Massapequa Park, NY, 11762.

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