Planning Department

Nassau Hub Innovation District - Request for Expressions of Interest (RFEI)

RFEI Amendment #1: Questions & Answers

RFEI Amendment #2: Deadline Extension, Additional Questions & Answers

Nassau County seeks expressions of interest from a wide array of respondents, including developers, real estate and marketing firms, transportation and housing experts and academic, research, and corporate organizations interested in partnering with us on realizing a new Nassau Hub Innovation District. We welcome all ideas that maximize use of available acreage, development allowances, and funding opportunities to unlock the potential of this site.

Vendors registered with the County can download the RFEI by logging in at, and searching for Solicitation# CE0606-1812. Vendor Registration is at Vendors do not need to be registered with the County to respond to this Request for Expressions of Interest. Non-registered vendors should contact to formally request a copy.  

Submissions to the RFEI can be submitted electronically to up until 3:00 PM on August 17, 2018

Baldwin Downtown & Commercial Corridor Resiliency Study

Baldwin_DCCR_Report COVER

Next Stop: Resilient Baldwin is the culmination of the Baldwin Downtown and Commercial Corridor Resiliency (DCCR) Study, which was funded by a grant from the Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery (NYSGOSR). The NY Rising Community Reconstruction (NYRCR) Program is a participatory recovery and resiliency initiative established to provide assistance to 124 communities severely damaged by Superstorm Sandy, Hurricane Irene, and Tropical Storm Lee. To view the final report, click on the image above.


News Release and Upcoming Events

2016 Grand Avenue, Baldwin Complete Streets Traffic Study
2016 Grand Avenue, Baldwin Complete Streets Traffic Study

Grand Avenue Baldwin Complete Street Traffic Study
- 11/18/15 Public Meeting Presentation

For more information, please contact
Sean Sallie, AlCP, Nassau County Department of Public Works, at




The Planning Commission’s vision is to oversee the orderly growth and development of the County, seeking to balance economic growth with environmental protection and historic preservation.

The Nassau County Planning Commission is mandated by law to approve subdivision of land within the unincorporated areas of the County and offer recommendations to municipalities on zoning referrals. The Planning Department staff processes and reviews subdivision applications and zoning referrals, and makes recommendations to the Planning Commission. The Department is also charged with advising the County Executive, the County Legislature, and County departments in regard to the physical development of the County.

The Planning Commission consists of nine members appointed by the County Executive. The County charter stipulates that all Commission members must be residents of Nassau County, and that the Commission must include at least one resident from each of the County's three towns. The charter also requires that certain interests 'environmental, business, and minority' be represented on the Commission. The term of office for Planning Commissioners is three years.


Marty Glennon, Chair
Jeffrey H. Greenfield, Vice-Chair
Leonard Shapiro, 2nd Vice-Chair
Neal Lewis, 3rd Vice-Chair
Jerome Blue
Ronald J. Ellerbe
Rick Shaper
Lisa Warren
Sean E. Sallie, Deputy Commissioner

Planning Commission Public Hearing Information:
In general, Planning Commission meetings are held every other week on Thursday at 1550 Franklin Avenue (Main Floor) in Mineola, NY. All meetings are open to the public. Please contact by phone: (516) 571-9600 or by fax: (516) 571-9450 with any questions regarding meeting schedules and/or agendas. For meeting information Click Here.

The Nassau County Planning Department is comprised of two divisions:

To obtain information on the Nassau County Planning Federation, please visit their website at: Planning Federation - Nassau County, New York