The health and well-being of our residents is our top priority and we will continue to monitor the expert’s opinions and suggestions to take appropriate actions to best ensure the safety of our residents.
A meeting has been coordinated with Town Supervisor Clavin, Town Councilman D’Esposito and officials from surrounding Villages to review strategies together with regard to a unified approach in protecting our residents in this largest Township in the United States.
We have posted the link to the CDC Website to provide the latest information regarding COVID-19 , what to do, and how to avoid catching or spreading it.
If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop symptoms of respiratory illness, fever, cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider immediately.
This message is intended to ensure that we are well informed and we, as a Village, make the safest decisions as possible to protect our residents and employees while we maintain services to the community.
At this time, we have Closed the Library, Cancelled Court, the weekly senior clubs, adult art classes and the homemakers club held at the Recreation Center.
The weekly senior bus to the market has been suspended. For those members of the Lynbrook Senior Club that rely on the bus to get to the market, we have coordinated with Key Food Supermarket for grocery delivery. Please contact Key Food after 10:00am at 516-635-2560 to make arrangements. The cost of delivery is $8.99 and is on a cash basis only.
Again, with issues involving health, residents should contact their medical professionals. In the event of an emergency call 911. We have posted additional contact information on Lynbrook TV for the NYS Department of Health Coronavirus Hotline, the Nassau County Health Department, the Center for Disease Control and Protection and the Town of Hempstead for resources and updates.