The Mayor’s Update

Garden City Mayor, Mary Carter Flanagan

Garden City Mayor, Mary Carter Flanagan to speak on Garden City’s quality of life issues and current initiatives next Tuesday, January 23

As summer begins, I look forward to seeing many of you at the Memorial Day Parade and ceremony on Monday where we come together to honor those who have given their lives serving our country.

Thank you to all the residents who attended the Brandstetter Carroll Kick Off Meeting last week, and have been following the progress in the newspaper and online.

I am committed to supporting the efforts of Brandstetter Carroll, the firm hired with a unanimous vote of the Board of Trustees, as they develop a recreation master plan that includes St Paul’s. I support the gathering of comprehensive data that is representative of all residents. This will allow the Village, along with Brandstetter Carroll, to leverage data on the needs, wants and desires specific to the St. Paul’s Main Building to develop a master plan that includes preserving part or all of the St. Paul’s Main Building. I am committed to being transparent in sharing all information gathered from Brandstetter Carroll regarding St. Paul’s, and I am excited to work with the entire Board on this important undertaking that has never been done before.

2023 Drinking Water Quality Report

The Village of Garden City is pleased to present to you the 2023 Water Quality Report. The report is required to be delivered to all residents of our Village in compliance with Federal and State regulations and is designed to inform you about the quality water and services we deliver to you on a daily basis. It is important to the Village that our residents are familiar with the efforts that are taken to protect our water resources and to continually improve the water treatment process. Our goal is to deliver the highest quality water to your home.

Memorial Day 2024

William Bradford Turner Post, No. 265 will conduct its Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 27, 2024,

beginning with a 9:00 a.m. Memorial Service at the Cathedral of the Incarnation, followed by 10:00 a.m. parade assembly at the parking lot on the east corner of 10th Street and Franklin Avenue, where the parade steps off. The parade route is as follows: southbound Franklin Avenue, westbound 7th Street to the Veterans Memorial, where a ceremony will take place at 11:00 a.m.


Ladies of Unit 265 and Veterans of Post 265 have been distributing poppies throughout the month of May.

The poppy is the flower of remembrance in tribute to the heroes of the armed forces who died in the service of our country. May 24th is annual poppy day. All donations are allocated for needy veterans and their families.

Much of the service is conducted through the VA hospital facility in Northport. Donations may be sent toALA Unit 265 at PO Box 8, Garden City, NY, 11530. Veterans interested in joining Post 265 may contact Jim Michalak, Post Membership Chairman at (646) 438-0139. Ladies interested in joining the Auxiliary may call Donna Armieri, Auxiliary Vice President at (516) 314-4552.

Veterans Flags on 7th Street

On behalf of the Village, I’d like to personally thank Garden City High School junior Kiera O’Leary for her

Girl Scout Gold Award project. The flags on 7th Street are a beautiful way to honor our local veterans. If you haven’t seen them yet, they were installed on light poles between Hilton Avenue and Cathedral Avenue and will hang now through Veterans Day. Flag & Son, Inc. did the installation. The flags include a photo of local veterans and their dates of service. Kiera, who will be walking with the American Legion in Monday’s Memorial Day parade, has also started a Veterans Club at the school where local veterans are invited to basketball games to be recognized during halftime with a bouquet of flowers, thanking them for their service.

Sanitation Collection: Memorial Day 2024

Residents are reminded that there will be no garbage or recycling pickup on Monday, May 27, 2024. The Holiday Week Collection Schedule will be as follows:


Western Half of Village: Tuesday and Friday

Eastern Half of Village: Wednesday and Saturday


Entire Village: Thursday, May 30th


Residents scheduled for recycling on Monday, May 27 are asked to put recyclables out on Monday, June 3.

Happening in Garden City

Monday, May 27th

9:00 a.m. Service at the Cathedral of the Incarnation

10:00 a.m. Memorial Day parade steps off from 10th Street and Franklin Avenue

11:00 a.m. Memorial Day ceremony at the Veterans Memorial on 7th Street

Wednesday, May 29th

6:30 p.m. Architectural Design Review Board Meeting at Village Hall

7:00 p.m. Teen Paint Night at the Library. Must register.

7:30 p.m. Meet and Greet at the Senior Center with the Mayor and Trustees

Friday, May 31st

9:00 a.m. adult art classes at Cluett Hall. Must register.

Saturday, June 1st

2:00 p.m. Historian John Ellis Kordes presents “The Story of The Beach Boys” at the Library.

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