Residents that would like to grieve their assessment may do so by filing out grievance paperwork. The Village’s grievance period begins each November 1 and concludes on the third Tuesday in November, which is also Grievance Day. Grievance applications may be obtained at Lindenhurst Village Hall, 430 South Wellwood Avenue or by clicking the link below.
The Village of Lindenhurst is once again pleased to host its Annual Halloween Family Fun Day. The Village, along with the Lindenhurst Rotary Club, will offer safe, family-oriented fun for the children of our community. This year’s event will take place on Saturday, October 23rd, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. at Village Park (located at the intersection of Hartford Street & Irmisch Avenue). The Halloween Family Fun Day will feature face painting, entertainment, games, relay races, prizes, hay rides, horse & pony rides, and a hot dog and drink — all free of charge.
Please be advised that on 14th – 15th of October 2021 the Department of Public Works will be resealing streets south of Montauk.
On Thursday, 10/14/21, the following streets will be re-sealed:
(Some of the streets may continue into Friday, 10/15/2021)
On Friday, 10/15/2021, the following streets will be re-sealed:
The 2022 Non-Resident Commuter Lottery Form can be downloaded here: 2022 Non-Resident Commuter Parking
Lottery applications must be received at Village Hall by November 30th, 2021. Applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, dropped off at Village Hall, or mailed to Village Hall, 430 So. Wellwood Avenue, Lindenhurst, NY 11757.
For any questions about the Non-Resident Commuter Lottery, please contact Village Hall at (631) 957-7500.
On October 3rd, 2021, North Wellwood Avenue, from John Street to Hoffman Avenue, will be blocked off for the annual Oktoberfest. The street closing will begin around 10:00 AM. North Wellwood Avenue will be re-opened around 5:00 PM.
Bring your family and meet your friends for mingling on the street with outdoor dining, an array of local vendors, lots of delicious food. and our traditional “beer garden”.
Moody’s Investors Service has recently notified the Village of Lindenhurst that the Village continues to maintain “a high quality credit position” and an Aa3 credit rating. “We are very pleased Moody’s has verified that the Village’s fiscal management is strong and our overall financial picture very positive” stated Lindenhurst Mayor Michael Lavorata.
According to Moody’s, the Village’s debt and pension burdens are low. In addition the U.S. median for similar debt and pension burden is higher than that of the Village.
Trustee RJ Renna stated “Our excellent bond rating enables the Village, at a very low cost burden to our taxpayers, to finance projects like the Johnson Controls Energy Savings Performance contract — which included green-initiative improvements throughout the Village, including the new Solar Carport at the Commuter Parking Lot — and the purchase of a new Hook & Ladder truck for the Lindenhurst Fire Department, further ensuring the protection and safety of our residents. This is possible because we work hard each day to maintain a balanced budget and operate within our fiscal abilities.”
According to Trustee Patrick Pichichero, “The Moody’s report confirms that we have run a strong financial program over the past few years, even during the economic downturn and the burdens imposed on Lindenhurst by the COVID-19 Pandemic. Our surpluses and fund balances remain positive and overall debt negligible.”
Moody’s also stated that the economy and tax base and the financial position of the Village are very healthy. “This municipal rating is comparable to your personal credit score; the better the score, the better the interest rate you get,” said Mayor Lavorata. “The Village is very proud to receive this bond rating, for it reassures our residents that the Village is a vigilant steward of our tax dollars.”
The Lindenhurst Rotary Club, in conjunction with the Village of Lindenhurst, is once again pleased to host its annual Oktoberfest event on Sunday, October 3, 2021, from 12:00 – 5:00 pm, in the Village Downtown. Everyone is invited to enjoy this year’s street-festival atmosphere, with North Wellwood Avenue being closed to vehicular traffic from John Street south to Hoffman Avenue. Bring your family and meet your friends for mingling on the street with outdoor dining, an array of local vendors, lots of delicious food, and our traditional “Beer Garden”. If you are interested in participating as a vendor, please contact Mandy at 631-637-4098.
Deputy Mayor Maryann Weckerle said, “This year’s Oktoberfest is going to be another family-friendly event in our Lindenhurst Downtown, offering something for everyone to enjoy.”
As a reminder, on the day of the event, North Wellwood Avenue, from John Street to Hoffman Avenue, will be closed to traffic between the hours of 10:00AM – 5:00 PM.
The Lindenhurst Remembers Committee and the Incorporated Village of Lindenhurst invite all to attend the Lindenhurst Remembers September 11th 20th Year Candlelight Remembrance Service Saturday, September 11, 2021.
~Service of Remembrance, for those lost on September 11th and first responders~
Assemble 7:00 PM at the Lindenhurst Remembers September 11th Memorial Garden (Intersection of Irmisch Avenue and Byrd Street)
“A community coming together in solidarity to remember those lost on 9-11-01”
Inc. Village of Lindenhurst
Michael A. Lavorata, Mayor
Inquiries call 631-957-7500
September 11, 2001, will live in the mind of every American throughout time. America will never forget 9/11/01. Lindenhurst will never forget. September is a time to remember all that was lost to us that day: our sense of security, our peace, our innocence, our belief that we were safe beyond such random violence. Most of all, we remember those who lost their lives on September 11th, and specifically, the eight Lindenhurst residents that lost or gave their lives that horrific day.
This year, the Village of Lindenhurst will be holding our 20th Year Candlelight Remembrance Service beginning at 7:00PM on Saturday, September 11th, 2021 at the Village’s 9-11 Memorial Garden, located on the south side of Lindenhurst Village Park, on Byrd Street between Irmisch Avenue and Heling Boulevard. All are invited to attend.
Mayor Michael Lavorata said, “It would be an honor to have you join us as we mark the 20th anniversary of 9-11 and pause to remember.” For further information about the program, call Lindenhurst Village Hall at 631-957-7500.