- Please Contact Your Public Officials Now To Tell Them How You Feel about the Excessive Noise and Pollution from the Airplanes Overhead!!
- Action on Airplane Noise – Complaint Form
- Sanitation Adjustments
- New, Expanded Fitness Center hours
- Village Office Hours are: 9:30am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday, except holidays.
- This is an update on the pool closure
- July 2, 2022
Great and Grand Fireworks Celebration!
- Tennis and Pickleball Courts - Reservations by Residents Only
First Outdoor Movie Held at Park
Thanks to the Kids in the Park Committee The Village held its first outdoor movie. The show was accompanied by an outdoor food Concession run by Jerry Stamantinos. Shown, from Left to Right are Trustees Brian Meyerson, Stacey Siegel, Clara Pomerantz and daughter of Trustee Siegel, Tori Segal. The featured movie was Hotel Transylvania which, […]
VEH 911 Memorial Press Release
Mayor Michael Koblenz held a Twentieth Anniversary Commemoration of the 911 horrific tragedy on Saturday morning, September 11, 2021 at Arlene Park in the Village of East Hills. The Park is named after Arlene E. Fried who lost her life in the World Trade Center terror attacks. The Mayor told of his personal experiences and […]
Kids in the Park Hold Big “Cones & Campfires Kickoff” to Summer 2021!
On Thursday, June 24, 2021 Kids in the Park held its annual end-of-the-school-year Pool Party. This year’s theme was Cones & Campfires – Kickoff to Summer Fun 2021. The function included special events for the children and menus for snacks and lunch. The highly successful event was sponsored by Joyce Styne of Berkshire Hathaway, Laffey […]
Mayor Presents Proclamation Declaring “June 4, 2021 Allison Brown Day in East Hills!”
As The Special Education Parent Teacher Association, (SEPTA), parents look on, Mayor Koblenz presented Allison Brown, the Superintendent of Schools a proclamation which read: “Presented for her exceptional stewardship of the Roslyn Union Free School District as the Superintendent of Schools. The Mayor and Board of Trustees of the Village, through this declaration, express their […]
NEW BUDGET NO INCREASE FOR ELEVENTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR!
For an unprecedented eleventh year in a row, the East Hills budget contains a zero tax increase.
Environmental Recycling Pilot Program to be discontinued
A new pilot program is now in effect for RECYCLING ONLY for three months. It is designed to maximize our environmental efforts, and be certain that sanitation is never disposed of together with recyclables.
Pre-COVID Event: Round Robin Tournament in East Hills Highly Competitive
On Saturday, January 11th, couples from the Village of East Hills gathered for some highly competitive and fun-filled sports competition. The East Hills Tennis Tournament took place at the Robbie Wagner Tournament Training Center. Steve Alhadeff, the East Hills’ Tennis Pro, organized and conducted the event, held in the evening between 6-8pm. The competing couples […]
Pre-COVID Event: Mayor Michael Koblenz officiates and swears in Peter Zuckerman as TNH Councilman
Peter Zuckerman previously served 11 years as a Trustee of the Village and now, 6 years as TNH Councilman. His district includes East Hills. Peter is credited with providing a concert for the Village each year, as well as being a true champion of the Village.
Pre-COVID Event: East Hills Celebrates Annual Kids in the Park Halloween Spooktacular!
On Saturday, October 19, 2019, the East Hills Kids in the Park Committee celebrated its annual Halloween Spooktacular. Approximately 800 children and adults attended the event with children dressed up as some of their favorite characters, from witches to firemen, and from spider-man to sheriffs! A DJ played music while the children danced, enjoyed carnival […]
Pre-COVID Event: Mayor Koblenz of East Hills Appointed Vice Chair of Police Community Council for 18th Legislative District
Nominated by Josh Lafazan, Nassau County Legislator from the 18th District, Mayor Michael Koblenz has been appointed by Nassau Police Commissioner Patrick J. Ryder as Vice Chair of the “Commissioner’s Community Council.” Only 5 other mayors will serve, along with 24 other leaders on the 18th District Division of the Council. Besides being the Mayor […]