Green Day, Great Day!

Thanks to Trustee Clara Pomerantz, who planned Green Day on August 22, 2015, the event was an impressive success. Shown, with Mayor Michael Koblenz, left, and Trustee Clara Pomerantz are Deputy Mayor Manny Zuckerman and TNH Councilman and former Trustee, Peter Zuckerman. Mayor Koblenz said "Between the hybrid car, an array of booths devoted to protecting our environment, and even solar power experts, Green Day was an overwhelming success. Each year Trustee Pomerantz adds to our annual event. This is an important day. Protecting our environment is one of our highest priorities."

Message from the Mayor

As Mayor of East Hills, I would like to cordially welcome you to one of the finest communities in America. By navigating through our website, we want to help you gain a better understanding of why our village has such a wonderful reputation. It starts with our strong sense of community and builds with the enviable lifestyle our resident's are fortunate to experience on a daily basis. These conclusions are supported by news reports in the NEW YORK TIMES (click here) and NEWSDAY (click here). Through this introductory note, I hope to convey all of the benefits of living in East Hills.

Incorporated in 1931, our village is the largest of all the villages in Roslyn. It is the highest point on Long Island, with its highest elevation point being 350 feet. We have 2,300 homes with 7,000 residents. This year, for the fourth year in a row, our residents have experienced a zero-percent tax increase. This is just one of the many reasons why East Hills has received one of Moody's highest ratings for any village it's size. East Hills is also the proud recipient of one of the highest awards of any New York State village from the AAA Automobile Club of New York, Inc. for the high degree of safety on our streets and in our neighborhood.

East Hills is one of the most exclusive communities in the United States, with the highest quality of life and remarkable facilities. Our crowning glory has been the acquisition and construction of our 50-plus acre park, which is now the center of our community. All residents are given access to the state-of-the-art facilities, which feature the largest leisure pool of any village on Long Island with a 12,000 sq. feet swimming pool, a separate pool for toddlers measuring 707 sq. ft; men's and ladies' locker rooms; a snack bar area, and a large lounge area surrounding the heated pool. It also features a village lounge with a separate card room, a village courtroom, two age-distinct children's playgrounds, basketball courts, a tennis facility with six tennis courts and a beautiful indoor tennis lounge, and two multi-use sports fields to accommodate men's and women's softball leagues, little league, and soccer competitions. Snuggled in the 15 acres of hills is a nature walking and jogging trail and even a dog trail. There is a fully renovated theater, a picnic area, and a general use field for lawn games. Finally, there are bike, rollerblading, and walking paths and two "bark parks" for various sized canine members of the family.

The Park at East Hills is host to a one-of-a-kind, spectacular July 4th fireworks display on its Great Lawn each summer. Well over 6,000 people attend this dynamic show, sponsored by Rallye Motors, which has become a fun and highly anticipated community tradition.

On Labor Day, we come together on the Great Lawn once again for a music concert under the stars and a picnic dinner. Everyone looks forward to this wonderful evening in the park, which is always a fun celebration of the end of summer.

There's something for everyone in East Hills! For the children in our community, our Kids in the Park Committee (KIP) hosts a variety of family-focused events, from the new Music for Aardvarks program to holiday parties and fun-filled summer afternoons at the pool. It is probably the most active program of its kind. The committee has held a sports Olympiad competition, summer "Caribbean Groove" party, July 4th parade and a "Spooktacular" at Halloween; has had singers, magicians, comedians, craft making events, holiday parties with vendors, animal shows, balancing acts, and has recently started a beautiful children's garden at the park for the children to watch their flowers grow.

The Senior Activity Committee (SAC) is also one of the finest programs of its kind. They have had interesting guest speakers on a variety of topics and have held technology workshops dedicated to providing residents with the latest developments in mobile and computer technology. They have had movie nights and pool parties, have held exciting day trips to museums, shows and restaurants, and even went on a trip to Atlantic City together, which everyone enjoyed immensely.

We have some of the best civic association leaders, and many of the most devoted and dedicated community leaders. A majority of our boards and committees are made up of volunteers who are passionate about contributing to the vibrancy and success of our village and work tirelessly for our community. We have over 25 boards and committees comprised of over 250 volunteers who participate on a broad range of issues from the Board of Zoning and Appeals and the Architectural Review Board to The Park Rules Review Committee and the Health Committee run by members of the medical profession who live in our community. Our new Community Outreach Committee is dedicated to ensuring that our residents' ideas and suggestions are heard and made to feel welcome. We encourage residents to get involved and make a positive contribution.

In response to the continuous disruptions caused by Hurricane Sandy and severe weather, the village recently purchased a generator to provide power to Village Hall and the Village Theatre during emergencies. This new acquisition will ensure that, regardless of the weather, our residents will always have heat, a refuse, hot showers and a place to charge their computers and cell phones. We held a first-of-a-kind "Power Day" in the park this past year. It was an event combining seminars and vendor displays to inform our community about the options available in the event of future power failures. We even waived, for a limited period of time, the permit fees for residents who installed permanent generators to their homes. We will continue to provide innovative and educational programs for our residents.

To provide great communication with our residents and offer immediate service, we created the "Instant Access Program." By using an interactive box on this homepage, residents can contact us with any questions, comments, or concerns they have about the village and I, or a member of our executive staff, will respond almost immediately.

In 2013, we also implemented a new program called "Neighbors for Neighbors." This initiative pairs volunteers from the community with residents in need of assistance. The help provided by this program includes everything from as perfunctory as periodically knocking on the door of an elderly neighbor to inquire if everything is fine, to helping a resident during a reported emergency. But, perhaps the greatest credit for our success belongs to our residents who are neighborly, outgoing, and friendly. We work closely together every day, and host and participate in a variety of fun-filled events with one another.

East Hills is also strongly committed to protecting the environment by going green, reducing emissions, and reducing the consumption of fuel. Each year, we host a "Green Day," with a focus on educating our residents on recycling and using energy-efficient vehicles and other technologies. One program by our community to help achieve these desired goals is the purchase of hybrid vehicles for the Department of Public Safety. We are also participating in a program called "Spin Green" to encourage recycling of unwanted clothing and household items. These items will be recycled, reused or renewed while helping to decrease landfill trash, helping those in need and adding a small revenue stream to our village.

In addition to our efforts to keep the village green, we also encourage our residents to engage in charitable endeavors. From our annual Blood Drive to our new Good Deed Award, which recognizes the outstanding charitable efforts of children in East Hills, we applaud those who give back to the community.

Thanks in major part to my board of trustee's, our village staff, and a wonderful team of highly involved volunteers, our village has grown in stature and prestige over the years, and is known for its many innovations and fine services. We are constantly analyzing and evaluating our regulations and services to ensure that members of our community enjoy the best possible lifestyle.

The excellent services our village provides include sanitation and snow removal; private security; road re-pavement; beautification; tree trimming and removal; maintenance of common areas, village cleaning; administration of the Justice Court; legislation and oversight over zoning regulations; approval of construction and renovations; statute revision; village taxing; village licensing; code enforcement; contracting services with our two volunteer fire departments; convenient passport services; operation of the East Hills website with its "Instant Access" feature; maintenance of all facilities; operation of the fitness center, the tennis facilities, basketball courts, the pool and the Park Grille; oversight of all village programs, including those for our seniors and children; operation of the playgrounds, the sports fields for Little League, men's and women's softball leagues and the men's Mayor's Trophy Softball Competition; operation of tennis leagues, oversight of the fireworks program, concerts in the park and all village-sponsored events; preparation and distribution of our one-of-a-kind East Hills calendar; operation of a sledding hill, "Snow Mountain," in the wintertime; operation of the Village Theatre with catering for events, maintenance of the nature paths, and the two dog parks with a "play dates" live web cam feature that allows residents to view who is using the facility; maintenance of the walking, jogging and biking paths; and a village lounge and card room.

We invite you to stop by our Village Hall next time you are visiting the area. You'll receive the same warm and friendly welcome that the members of my administrative staff give to all guests and residents.

I hope that this summary has given you a good understanding of our community and what makes it so special, unique and enviable. I feel very fortunate to be a part of this remarkable village. Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to showcase East Hills.

Michael Koblenz

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End of Summer Pool Hours

Monday, August 31st - Friday, September 4th: 3:30pm - 7:30pm (Dive, Slide, and Kiddie Pool will be closed)

Saturday, September 5th: 10am - 5pm (Concert starts at 5:30pm)

Sunday, September 6th: 10am - 7:30pm

Monday, September 7th: 10am - 6pm

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Incomparable Calendar Contest!

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All's Well on Wellness Day!

East Hills Celebrated its first annual Wellness Day thanks to the detailed planning of Trustee Clara Pomerantz, Natalie Mansbach, and Park Director, Bill Gavin. The day featured booths, instruction, and even exercise programs. Shown below are many several photos of the successful programs

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16 booths on Wellness

A Donation of an wooden arbor to the Garden by Ashok and Indra Puri. Show from left are Deputy Mayor Manny Zuckerman and Trustee Clara Pomerantz.

Complimentary Exercise programs

Everyone Helps

A valuable new program is being launched titled "Everyone Helps" or "EH." Through the charitable program, unwanted camp clothes will be sold and the proceeds donated to a charity. The valuable program was the sole creation of our resident, Chloe Siegel, 9, who realized that camp clothing at the end of the summer could be used to support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island. Donation bags will be distributed in mid-August, and a donation table for EH will be set up on East Hill's annual "Green Day," Saturday, August 22, 2015, poolside, from 12-4 pm. For more information, please contact our village office at 516-621-5600.

Chloe Siegel Maps Out Project "Everyone Helps."

Mother and East Hills Resident, Gail Siegel Embraces Chloe and Her Program

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EH Women's Tennis Team Takes Title!

The women in East Hills are once again champions. After competing at many country clubs and parks such as N. Hempstead CC, Tam O Shanter CC, Crest Hollow CC, Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club, Shelter Rock, and Port Washington Yacht Club, they prevailed victorious. The B2 team's coaches included Head Pro, Steve Alhadeff, and Assistant Coach Brandin O'Connel. Mayor Koblenz said the "win makes us all proud. It is a great accomplishment by some very extraordinary and talented athletes!" The team will further celebrate their victory when all the clubs in all divisions meet for an "End of Season Party" in September.

Shown from left to right are Trustee Clara Pomerantz, Deputy Mayor Manny Zuckerman, Mayor Michael R. Koblenz, Michelle Stein, Karen Greenbaum, Team Captain Pam Lustrin, Team Captain Deborah Goldberg, Team Captain Erika Weisberg, Lauren Orent and in the front row is Debra Sunshine and Team Coach Steve Alhadeff. Not shown are Melissa Giordano, Judy Goldberg, Stephanie Goldman, Stephanie Kalman, Mina Mandelbaum, Shana Mashaal, Nicole Meyer, Rachel Poplock, and Mara Siskin.

Another Senior Smash Success!

The Senior Activities Committee can take credit for another great success. On Wednesday, June 24th, a friendly, extensive barbeque was held at the Grille. The buffet was a cornucopia of delicacies from steak to more staple items like hotdogs and hamburgers. "The food was delicious" commented many board members who attended to show their support. "La Bottega outdid themselves" said Mayor Koblenz. Throughout the early evening, Stanley Stern, Chair, met guests with a warm smile and welcomed each of them. Barbara Klein spoke and announced a special impersonator would cap off the evening. Dr. Sandy Klein took photos of the event, and graciously contributed his time and talents.

Seniors New Event Brochure! Press here.

Expanded Weekend Fitness Center Hours

Effective March 21, 2015 the Fitness Center will be open Saturdays and Sundays from 8am - 5pm.

Mayor and Board keep taxes at zero increase for fifth year in a row with cost cutting measures, the elimination of new projects, with extending the natural life of equipment and getting valuable grants from the State.

East Hills Gets Excellent Rating from Comptroller for Financial Strength

The results are in. With all villages in New York State tested for stress in its financial condition we are pleased to announce that once again East Hills received one the best scores. The lowest and finest score was zero and the most concerning 100, East Hills received an exceptional 3.3. "In 2013 we received the same minimal score" said Mayor Koblenz. "We are proud that in 2014 we once again repeated that fine performance."

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The Next Board of Trustees meeting date is scheduled for October 21, 2015 at 8:00pm in Village Hall.

A thank you to Stefanie Faust and our other talented residents who contribute their photographic talents for our website.

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Aircraft News

CBS Televison Covers Mayor, Board Members Challenge to Low Flying Aircraft in East Hills and other Villages

Increased Aircraft Traffic Noise Over East Hills

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Recycle Disposal!

To further our Eco friendly green efforts, the Village has added collection bins in the Park for recycling clothing, shoes, toys and household goods. Working with Spingreen, we can decrease landfill trash, help the needy, while adding a new revenue stream to our Village of East Hills. One left sock? A chewed up Teddy bear? No problem...just drop it in the bin! These will be recycled, reused, or renewed.


Residents are invited to meet with Mayor Michael Koblenz on almost all weekends to discuss issues, concerns, or concepts.


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Park Rules Review Committee Invites Input

The Park Rules Review Committee welcomes your requests, comments, and ideas for changes or additions to the park rules. As the seventh season begins, an ongoing review of the rules will be made based on the needs of the community. To initiate the analysis, all residents are invited to send in their suggestions to provide the committee with their thoughts and input. Simply fill in the box below and the Committee will have the benefit of your recommendations.