Village Of Stewart Manor
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Village Information

June 27, 2019
Table Of Contents:
Summary:
Information regarding Villages taxes due on Monday, July 1st, Village Hall closed on Thursday, July 4th and the 4th of July Parade
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VILLAGE TAXES DUE

Village Taxes are due on Monday, July 1st.  Beginning Tuesday, July 2nd, penalties are assessed on all unpaid taxes, as per state law. Legally, the penalties cannot be waived for any reason.

 

4th of JULY

The Village Hall will be closed on Thursday, July 4th.  There will be no sanitation pickup.

 

The Fire Department will be hosting the annual 4th of July Parade on July 4th, beginning at 10:30 a.m. on Stewart Avenue. The parade route is as follows (the same as prior years): The parade begins at 10:30 a.m. on Stewart Ave and Fernwood Terrace North and then proceeds as follows: Stewart Avenue to Covert Avenue, then south on Covert Avenue to Salisbury Avenue, Salisbury Avenue to Dover Parkway, Dover Parkway to Cambridge Avenue, Cambridge Avenue to Tulip Avenue and then back to the Village Hall.  A block party and barbeque will take place after the parade in the municipal parking lot.

 

As in past years there will be patriotic floats, bands, antique cars and trucks and elected officials participating in the parade. Afterwards there will be the customary block party and barbeque in the municipal parking lot with food and entertainment for all ages.  Be sure to come out and enjoy the holiday with your friends and neighbors.  If you live along the parade route please try to keep your car off the street as to allow the parade to pass safely. Also, please be sure to display your American flag. 

 

During the last few years, the number of reports of water balloons being thrown at our American Flag, Nassau County Police Officers, Color Guard, fire vehicle windows and windshields, women, seniors; and children getting too close to large Fire Vehicles have increased.  In order for all to enjoy and safely observe our country’s birthday celebration, the Chiefs of the Department in conjunction with the Nassau County Police Department developed parade rules for all attending and participating. We urge you to adhere to the following:

 

1.    PLEASE do not throw balloons or shoot water guns at: an American Flag, Nassau County Police Officers, any COLOR GUARD UNIT or Marching Band, Veterans or Elected Officials, windows or windshields (whether open or closed) of fire vehicles, antique cars or motorcycles.

 

2.   PLEASE KEEP CHILDREN OFF THE STREET AND FAR REMOVED FROM WHEELS of fire vehicles.

 

3.   DO NOT use LACROSSE sticks to PROPEL balloons.

 

4.   PLEASE THROW balloons SOFTLY, PLAYFULLY and NOT with HIGH VELOCITY. 

 

5.   PLEASE AVOID throwing balloons that hit young children, women or seniors.

 

WE ASK THAT YOU BE RESPECTFUL OF RESIDENT'S PROPERTY ALONG THE PARADE ROUTE.

 

Monitors will be along the route to ensure the rules are adhered to.

 

Thank you for your anticipated cooperation as we once again celebrate the birthday of our nation.