Village Office Hours
8:00 AM – 3:45 PM – Monday – Friday
Closing of Beaches
Monday, Labor Day, September 4th will conclude our beach season. After this date, beaches will be unprotected by lifeguards and no bathing will be permitted. Please remove all items from the beach houses no later than 6:00 PM on Labor Day, September 4th.
Sticker parking is in effect year-round – January thru December – stickers can be purchased in the village hall between the hours of 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM – Monday thru Friday.
Parking Regulations – 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
September 16, 2023, the “NO PARKING 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM” will be lifted. Some streets in the village have no parking throughout the year – if you are having a party and wish to have guests park on the street call the Village Office Monday – Friday from 8:00 AM to 3:45 PM or e-mail the request to email@example.com for a special parking permit.
48 Hour Parking Regulation
No person shall park any vehicle on any public
or private road within the corporate limits of the Village of Atlantic Beach for more than 48 hours regardless of any parking regulations.
Snow Storms – Removal of Vehicles
When a snowfall of 2” or more is predicted please remove your cars from the street – as our public works crew is hindered in snow plowing operations. Vehicles will be ticketed or towed and may be redeemed at your expense.
Village Board Meetings
The Board of Trustees meets the second Monday of
each month (unless it falls on a holiday) at 7:45 PM in the Village Hall.
GO TO OUR WEBSITE FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF MEETING DATES
Please notify the Village Office at firstname.lastname@example.org upon satisfying your mortgage, if you refinance your mortgage or have your mortgage sold by one lending institution to another. If you sell your house, please make sure you tell the new owner to come to the Village Hall with their deed so records can be changed.
Atlantic Beach Rescue Squad
As always, we are seeking new members, all interested parties are welcome to come to Saturday morning drills at our Headquarters at One Rescue Road next to the Atlantic Beach Bridge.
Atlantic Beach CATS Inc.
AB Cats Inc. is a volunteer organization that works to reduce the Village’s free-roaming cat population through our humane Trap-Neuter-Return Program. Our program has been nationally recognized as one of the outstanding programs in the county for its success. Please notify the Village office if you see kittens or know of any free-roaming cats that require spay/neuter. Feral cats that have been fixed have their left ear tipped. All cats are returned to where they were trapped after they are spayed/neutered.
AB Cats volunteers are working hard to keep the population under control. If you see feral cats that are not left ear tipped, please call the Village Office and they will contact us.
Fundraising for AB Cats goes on 12 months a year. Please help by:
1. Volunteering your time
2. Fostering a cat/kitten until a permanent home is found
- Support our fundraising events
- Shop at Amazon while supporting AB cats:
go to: www.smile.amazon.com Atlantic Beach Cats, Inc.
AB Cats is always in need of your Tax Deductible Donation. 100% of your donation goes to the TNR and care of the feral cat population in Atlantic Beach.
PLEASE SPAY/NEUTER YOUR PET CATS!
Non-structural and structural construction require a permit. Call the Village Office 516-371-4600 prompt 3; between the hours of 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM for information.
Building Department e-mail: email@example.com
PODS – Enclosed storage containers or PODS also require a permit before being placed on your property. Call the Village office 516-371-4600 prompt 3; for additional information.
The Village Garden is a demonstration/learning community garden where residents of all ages and abilities are invited to volunteer, share skills and grow organic, pesticide-free herbs, vegetables, and flowering plants.
The garden donates most of its harvested crops to local soup kitchens and food pantries, with the remaining vegetables used for garden classes and special events. Any small surplus beyond those purposes gets shared among the volunteers.
It’s a year-round endeavor. We start all the vegetables, herbs, and flowers from seeds in the winter through early spring under grow lights in Village Hall. As soon as our growing season ends in November, we begin preparations for the next one.
Feel free to stop by during gardening season to volunteer or just visit. We love to show you what’s growing and give you a fresh bouquet of organic herbs.
To learn more about the garden, special events, volunteer, or make a donation click here
The Village Garden Steering Committee
Construction / Gardeners / Power Equipment / Manual Equipment
Operate any power or manual equipment or perform any construction earlier than 8:00 am on weekdays and earlier than 9:00 am on Saturday or later than 6:00 pm on any day; or operate any power or manual equipment or perform any construction on weekends from June 1 through the second weekend in September, including Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day and all legal holidays throughout the year; except for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Columbus Day, Presidents’ Day, Election Day, Veterans Day and the day after Thanksgiving.
All Permits Must Be Visual To Inspectors
Commercial Vehicles, Trucks, Vans, Trailers or Campers
Commercial vehicles, trucks, vans, trailers or campers are not allowed to be parked on any public highway, private roads, private driveway or private property in the Incorporated Village of Atlantic Beach limits – this is in violation of Local Law and punishable by a fine not to exceed $500 per day and will be strictly enforced by the Village and Nassau County Police Department. Commercial vehicles cannot be parked in the Village unless they are delivering goods or providing a service – especially overnight even on private property.
Vehicles to be Parked on Paved Driveway Only
No vehicles shall be permitted to be parked, kept or stored on any residential property unless such vehicle is on a paved driveway. All driveways shall be accessible from a legal village street only – at no time shall any vehicles be permitted to be parked in the rear yard, lawns or patios in any residential area.
ATTENTION: DOG OWNERS
DOGS ARE NOT PERMITTED ON THE BOARDWALK AT ANY TIME, AND ARE NOT ALLOWED ON THE BEACHES DURING THE MONTHS OF APRIL THROUGH SEPTEMBER
Pooper-scooper laws are now being strictly enforced by our Security Patrol and Sanitation Commissioners. If you live on the water, please do not sweep your dog feces into the bay, as it pollutes our water, and is against the law.
DOGS MUST BE LEASHED AT ALL TIMES AND MAY NOT RUN-AT-LARGE. The leash must not exceed six (6) foot in length.
Excessive barking is considered a disturbance of the peace and is in violation of our local law. Our Village Inspectors will issue summonses to all dog owners violating our Village Laws.DOG LICENSES ISSUED BY THE TOWN OF HEMPSTEAD –516-812-3024
Garage and Tag Sales
The Village has a Local Law regulating Garage Sales, Tag Sales, etc. To conduct such a sale, you must file for a permit with the Village Clerk at least ten (10) days prior to the first day of sale. Further information can be obtained from the Village Hall.
Transient Occupancy Prohibited (Local Law 5-2015)
Rentals less than 30 days are prohibited in Atlantic Beach (Airbnb, Home Away, Etc.) Penalties for the violation of this law will include a suspension of the dwelling or dwelling unit’s Certificate of Occupancy and a $5,000 per day civil penalty imposed on the owner.
Our Security force is here to help you – please let us know your comments. The Village Security is here only as a supplement to the Nassau County Police Department. If you observe any suspicious activity or persons, please report to the Nassau County Police Department by calling 911.
The speed limit in Atlantic Beach is 15 MPH with the exception of Park Street, which is 25 MPH. For the safety of all, speed limit and street directional signs are a must to follow.
Please contact the Village Office 516-371-4600 if you notice any street lights out or on during the day – give the number on the pole, exact location.
SWIMMING POOLS AND HOT TUBS MUST BE EITHER DRAINED OR COVERED BY OCTOBER 15TH
It is a violation of village law to empty water from swimming pools (or hot tubs) into any street, easement, beach, or Reynolds Channel. Local Law requires that all water from
swimming pools and hot tubs must be disposed of through adequate drywells. Summons will be issued for violations.
If you have a complaint about an unusual amount of air noise, please call or e-mail at the following number and file a brief report. Please include time and nature of complaint (e g: excessively loud, too many hours (8 or more) of continuous noise, etc.) and any other information such as airplane identification, if possible.
Port Authority of NY 800-225-1071
FAA e-mail: 9-AEA-NOISE@FAA.GOV — You can also go to the Port Authority website to track aircraft over your home at: http://webtrack.bksv.com/panynj
Emergency Preparedness – Hurricanes, Etc.
The Atlantic Coast hurricane season is from June 1 to November 30; however, we are most vulnerable from mid-August to early November. Here are some steps you should take, even before a hurricane watch or warning is announced:
- Check to be certain that your emergency equipment is in good working order and that you have enough supplies to last several days.
- Obtain and store materials necessary to properly secure your home. Make sure your car has gas and is in good working order. Also plan to have the following items available:
First Aid Kit – Battery operated radio -Flashlight – Extra batteries – Matches,
Manually operated can opener – Canned and packed foods, milk and other beverages – Extra medicine, baby food and diapers – Portable ice chest – One gallon of water per each member of your household
BE READY WHEN A HURRICANE THREATENS OUR AREA
For more information call Village Hall 516-371-4600. The Village’s Emergency Warning Notification System will start informing residents 48 hours prior to any evacuations.
Wireless emergency alert system and upcoming community events contact the Village Office with your email address. If you have not given us your e-mail and telephone number(s) or if you change your e-mail or telephone number – please call the Village Hall on 516-371-4600 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org