A Message from the Mayor

Dear Resident:

Now that Spring is here we can hopefully enjoy warmer and sunnier days and put a very cold and difficult winter behind us.

As you know we have had shuttle service from the Village Hall to the Manhasset Train Station running for more than one year. Notwithstanding that the usage is less than we anticipated we will continue the shuttle at the scheduled times, leaving Village Hall in the morning every half hour from 6:30 to 9:00 and returning from the Manhasset Train Station from 4:55 to 8:00 in the evening. The shuttle vehicles have been updated with better equipment and we hope more residents will avail themselves of this wonderful program. Parking at Village Hall is free of charge and there is no charge for the shuttle and those that use the service find it most convenient.

I have been in constant communication with Nassau County regarding all of the potholes on Shelter Rock Road and Searingtown Road and the County has informed us that the same condition exists throughout the County and they are doing the repairs as quickly as possible.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Deputy Mayor Dennis Sgambati, Trustee Phyllis Lentini, Trustee Elliott Arnold and Trustee Gail Cohen for their continued support and diligent service to the Village of North Hills.

Mayor Marvin Natiss

Contact Info

Village of North Hills
One Shelter Rock Road
North Hills, New York 11576

Mayor's Office Telephone: (516) 627-4832

Administration Telephone: (516) 627-3451
Administration Fax: (516) 627-0703

Building Department's Telephone:
(516) 627-3690
Building Department's Fax: (516) 627-0703

Village Court Telephone: (516) 365-8857
Village Court Fax: (516) 627-0703

Office Hours: 9:00 AM till 5:00 PM Monday through Friday

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News & Events

Nassau County Ground Treatment By Truck For West Nile Virus Scheduled For Wednesday, August 20th and Thursday, August 21st


We have just been advised that work will commence on the East Bound Side of the Long Island Expressway starting Sunday June 22, 2014. This work will be done in two stages. The first stage will be from Exit 32 (Little Neck Parkway) to Exit 35 (Shelter Rock Road). The second stage will be from Exit 35 to Exit 37 (Willis Avenue). Weather permitting, this section will be closed from 10:00 pm to 5:00 am five days a week from Sunday through Thursday. Traffic will be diverted to the South Service Road. This work is scheduled to be completed by the end of September 2014.

North Hills Village Court Alert

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Announcement Regarding the Shuttle Bus Service


Please allow yourself enough time in the morning to park your car and board the shuttle so that the shuttle drivers can adhere to their posted schedule. Thank you very much for your cooperation.

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The "Playwrights" Showcase
Sunday, Sept 7th 2014
Presented by The Public Access TV Corporation

A private screening of the 2014 competition winners including a Q & A with the Playwrights, Actors, and Directors.

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Blackboard Connect (North Hills Village Alert)

Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan

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  • Deputy Mayor: Dennis Sgambati

  • Trustee: Phyllis Lentini

  • Trustee: Elliott Arnold

  • Trustee: Gail J. Cohen