Glen Cove has something for everyone. We offer magnificent beaches, a scenic golf course and lovely tree-filled parks, providing our residents with a summer vacation paradise in their own backyards. Recreational boaters will find full-service marinas, a city yacht club, and a fully renovated launch ramp offering easy access to our refreshing North Shore waterways.
|Glen Cove was ready, 500 passenger ferry entered Glen Cove Creek and the dock smoothly!!!|
The City of Glen Cove is relieved to hear that an agreement has been reached between the LIRR and the MTA and that the potential workers strike has been called off effective this afternoon, per Gov. Cuomo press conference. During the times when it seemed that a strike was likely the City worked very closely with the MTA and senior elected officials to ensure an effective contingency plan was in place for our residents, whose concerns are always our top priority.
The Mayor’s staff quickly initiated an action plan with input from Glen Cove Police Department, Glen Cove Chief Harbormaster, City Attorney, and others to address the critical requirements to offer an alternative commute while minimizing any inconvenience to our residents. This event has generated significant interest in the Glen Cove ferry service planned for 2015. Please keep up to date with these developments by visiting www.GlenCoveFerry.org
Take a look at a recent editorial by Cablvision on Glen Cove's waterfront.
Congratulations Glen Cove High School Class of 2014!
Operation Neighborhood Pride In conjunction with our Police Department, we have launched “Operation Neighborhood Pride,” a listening tour of our City. After mapping out a plan of action with Chief Whitton, Deputy Chief MacDonald, and Lieutenant Ortiz, we outlined a plan and started this project two weeks ago. We intend to visit every neighborhood in Glen Cove because there is no better way to get information about what’s going on in an area than to ask the people who live there. We chose the Landing as our starting point because of recent events and we are looking forward to hearing from all our residents regarding quality of life concerns that may exist in their area.
- Fold the flag neatly and respectfully when being put away
- Keep the flag in good condition, repair it when necessary
- Make sure, when displayed with other flags of states or other organizations, the American Flag is the largest with no other flag placed above it. It is raised first and lowered last.
Mayor Reginald Spinello would like to remind Glen Cove residents of the City’s water use rules for watering the lawn, sprinkling, and car washing. The schedule for watering is as follows: Odd numbered homes on odd numbered calendar days; even numbered homes on even calendar days: 5 am to 9 am and from 4 pm to midnight. Houses and buildings that are not numbered are considered to be even numbered. Watering is not permitted on the 31st of any month.
All sprinkler systems must be equipped with a backflow device and rain sensor. The Mayor and/or the Director of Public Works have the right to declare a public emergency when conditions warrant. All watering/sprinkling/car washing is prohibited during a public emergency
Company #4 was formed June, 6, 1914. Congratulations and thank you on behalf of everyone in the City of Glen Cove.
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