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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 And Nassau County Police Announce New Approach To Fighting Crime
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Police Commissioner Thomas Krumpter today announced a new crime fighting predictive analysis that not only helps stop crimes before they occur but that has also contributed to a reduction in Major Crime of 13.16% year-to-date. This reduction in crime is on top of the 10% crime reduction that has taken place since County Executive Mangano took office in 2010.
(Read the press release)

Mangano Partners With The School For Language And Communications Development To Ready Workforce
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today announced a partnership with the School for Language and Communications Development (SLCD) to open a new Able Community Services (ACS) program at Nassau Hall in Muttontown. Nassau Hall was designed by famed architects Delano & Aldrich and built in 1903. The building and office space has been restored and renovated for use by SLCD, while maintaining the historical integrity of the structure. Nassau Hall is also home to the Long Island Regional Planning Council and the Nassau County Police Employee Assistance Program.
(Read the press release)

Mangano Directs Assessment Officials To Accept Grievances Until March 7th
With a pending winter storm, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today announced he has directed officials at the Assessment Review Commission (ARC) and Department of Assessment (DOA) to accept property tax assessment grievance filings until Friday, March 7.
(Read the press release)

Mangano Announces Panic Alarm Program For Victims Of Domestic Violence
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano unveiled a technological upgrade to the current system in place for victims of family and domestic violence. A new unprecedented Panic Alarm Program will be available for victims of domestic violence that will replace the current Caper system. The wireless panic alarm will connect directly with the Nassau County Police Department’s Communications Bureau. The wireless device will be activated just by pushing the button. Once the button is pushed, a two-way microphone communication is established between the alarm and the Nassau County Police Department Communications Bureau that will stay activated and will record until terminated by the Police Department. Furthermore, the alarm gives a GPS location to the Nassau County Police Department, thereby generating an accurate location for responding officers.
(Read the press release)

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