Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today announced alternate routes that will be available to residents traveling to the Health and Human Services Building, at 60 Charles Lindbergh Boulevard in Uniondale, on Monday, September 26th, due to the security preparations being taken for Monday’s Presidential debate at Hofstra University. This facility, which will be open during normal business hours on Monday, houses the County’s Department of Social Services, Office of the Physically Challenged, Youth Board, Office of the Aging, Health Department (Early Intervention) and the Department of Mental Health, Chemical Dependency and Developmental Disabilities.
For residents traveling to the facility by car before noon, those coming from the Meadowbrook Parkway or Merrick Avenue can take Hempstead Turnpike west to Oak Street, then take Oak Street to Westbury Boulevard, then turn right on Westbury Blvd into 60 Charles Lindbergh Boulevard. Charles Lindbergh Boulevard and Earl Ovington Boulevard will be closed from 5 am – midnight.
For residents traveling to 60 Charles Lindbergh Boulevard by bus, services will be affected on the following routes: N70/71/72, N35, N16, N6X (to NCC), N43, N51, N45, N27, N24 (to East Meadow). We do not yet know the exact detours these bus routes will take, but residents should expect delayed bus service to and from Health and Human Services.