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A Message from Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano

Ed Mangano welcomes you to Nassau County

Welcome to Nassau County, Long Island. 

Nassau County offers a unique experience no other place can, not even New York City.

Nassau County presents an exceptional quality of life; through its extraordinary schools, world class businesses and highly-skilled workforce.  Nassau County is the ideal place to live, work and raise a family.

Visit our charming villages, downtowns, fascinating kid-friendly museums and beautiful parks. We have top-notch hotels, restaurants and offer a variety of shopping experiences.

Discover our scenic hiking trails, picturesque gardens and bike paths. Enjoy surfing, boating, fishing and our white sandy beaches.

Whether you are visiting for the day or staying for a lifetime, I invite you to enjoy all that Nassau County has to offer.


Edward P. Mangano
Nassau County Executive

In the News...

Mangano Delivers 2015 Proposed County Budget
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano delivered to the Legislature a proposed County Budget for 2015 that reflects the progress his administration has achieved in freezing real property taxes while structurally repairing Nassau County through efficiency initiatives, shared services, labor contract savings, assessment reform and cost-cutting public-private partnerships. The Mangano administration’s economic development initiatives have returned companies to Nassau County, created over 1,000 new home rental opportunities and resulted in Nassau County having the lowest unemployment rate in the region.
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Mangano, Jewish Community Relations Council of LI Announce Reward Fund to Catch Perpetrators of Anti-Semitic Crimes
As the Jewish High Holidays approach, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano, Acting Commissioner Thomas C. Krumpter and Arthur Katz, Chairman of Jewish Community Relations Council of Long Island (JCRC-LI), today announced the establishment of a fund to reward individuals who provide information that leads to the arrest and conviction of anti-Semitic crimes. The fund is made possible by a donation from Roslyn resident Brad Gerstman, who spearheaded the effort in light of increased incidents of anti-Semitism.
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Mangano Announces 5th Annual “Cruise to the Show” Parade and Car Show
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano has announced that the 5th Annual “Cruise to the Show” Parade and Car Show will be held on Saturday, September 27th and Sunday, September 28th.
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