Important News!!!

Just a reminder that the deadline for the payment of Village Taxes is July 1st.  Anyone who is responsible for paying their taxes directly please note that taxes must be received in the Village Hall or be United States Government postmarked by July 1st.  The Village Hall is open Monday – Friday from 9am – 3pm.  

Port Washington North Village Hall has moved to 3 Pleasant Avenue next to Total Dollar (entrance off Channel Drive near 2 Channel Drive). 

The next meeting of the Board of Trustees will be held on Wednesday August 5, 2015 at 7:30 pm at Village Hall (3 Pleasant Avenue – enter on Channel Drive).

Please visit  the Message from the Mayor section. This will be where Mayor Weitzner will provide an up-to-date message to the residents and inform of various information about and news happening in the Village.

See Mayor Weitzner’s December 12, 2014 Update here.

Click here to view the Fall 2014 Village Newsletter.


For a copy of Mayor Weitzner’s presentation to Residents for a More Beautiful Port Washington on November 7, 2013, please click here.


For the latest news and information about the Village of Port Washington North, please visit our News & Information Page.

The Village is on Facebook! Please join our community page for news and information about the Village and to interact with other residents and business owners. Click here for a direct link to the page.

The Village is now on Twitter! Click here to follow us.

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Village Mission

The Village of Port Washington North was incorporated in 1932. However, the Village, part of the Cow Neck peninsula, dates back to the mid-1600′s and is one of the early settlements on Long Island. The creation of the Village of Port Washington North and its land use relationship to the peninsula is directly related to its natural resources.

Examples of this include the grist mills, which were built where there was water to power them and sand mining which occurred where there was sand and a means to transport it away. The process of land use evolving from natural resources must be reflected upon. In the process, history and the progression of land uses must be examined along with the current conditions in order to plan for the future. Simply put, it is necessary to know who we were, so we can decide what we want to become.

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