Port Washington, Long Island, New York

First things first. There is no such town as, "Port Washington, New York". (This will come as a shock to those of use who live here.) There is a zip code for Port Washington, 11050, that includes almost all of the peninsula. That comes close, but isn't quite inclusive enough.

The school district, for example, has students that live in what the Post Office considers our neighboring town, Manhasset. There is no town hall but actually five villages, Sands Point, Manorhaven, Port Washington North, Baxter Estates, Flower Hill and areas that are directly governed by the Town of North Hempstead.

We've also got special districts for Water, Sewage, and a number of volunteer fire departments and a fire medic unit The Port Washington Police cover most of Port Washington ... except for Manorhaven which uses Nassau County police and Sands Point who have their own force.

The bottom line is that government in Port Washington is rather confusing.
Below are links which I hope will help you navigate the morass.  -Mike Roberts

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Town of North Hempstead


Village of Sands Point


Village of Manorhaven


Village of Baxter Estates


Village of Port Washington North


Village of Flower Hill


Port Washington Police


Port Washington Fire Department


County of Nassau


Congressman Tom Suozzi


State Senator Elaine Phillips


State Assemblyman Anthony D'Urso


Nassau County Legislator Delia DeRiggi-Whitton


North Hempstead Councilwoman Dina De Giorgio


Port Washington Office of Emergency Mgmt

www.pwmoem.org and www.northshorealret.org

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