A Message from the Mayor

On behalf of the Village Board of Trustees, I welcome you to the Village of Old Westbury’s website.  I trust that our website will guide you and that you will be able to learn more about our special Village and the services we provide.

This past year proved to be one of the most exciting and productive years since our incorporation in 1924. Our Village is located just off the Long Island Expressway in the middle of Nassau County between Manhattan and the shores of eastern Long Island. The design of our residential homes, our country-style streets, our area schools that continue to be among the highest-rated in the county and the large amount of open space make the Village of Old Westbury a premier and most desirable community to live in, not only in Nassau County, but in the country.

The Board of Trustees and I are working very hard each and every day to ensure that our community continues to be the very best it can be. Just over the past few months, we held our first “Town Hall Meeting” and developed plans for several capital projects that include road paving and several major water supply improvements. Our goal is and always will be to provide to the residents of Old Westbury a high level of municipal services in an efficient and cost-effective manner. The employees of our Village are 100% committed to providing these services.

Our website will be updated weekly so that you are notified in a timely manner of events, news and announcements that are of importance with the Village of Old Westbury. The section directly below my letter, “The Latest News,” will provide you with current information, and the sidebar on the left will navigate you to the various sections of the website. The event calendar, also located on the left-hand side, will provide a quick look at upcoming meetings that you might wish to attend.

Fred J. Carillo

Mayor Fred J. CarilloMayor Fred J. Carillo

The Latest News

Old Westbury Garden's Dog Days was a huge success!
(April 22nd)

Residents brought their pups out to the Old Westbury Gardens for an invigorating walk and healthy exercise in designated garden areas. The Ladies Kennel Association of America (lkaa.org) sponsored games and activities and offered the AKC’s Canine Good Citizen test. Demonstrations by Long Island Agility, and exhibits by area animal welfare and rescue groups were also at the event.

Click here to view the photo gallery.

Please Buckle Up and Stay Safe!!
(April 20th)

Chief Robert Glaser recently announced that the Old Westbury Police Department will be participating in the Governor's Traffic Safety Committee's 'Click It or Ticket' program. The program runs from May 22 - June 4, 2017.

Winter is over & Spring is here!
(April 4th)

With the Major League Baseball season underway and the Masters Golf Tournament around the corner the Village is getting ready to welcome the Spring season to the Village.  All snow removal equipment is being serviced and stored away until next year.  Spring equipment is ready to begin the annual “clean-up” of the various Village properties and the flowering bulbs planted last fall will soon be appearing around Village Hall.

Resident are encouraged to properly maintain the area in front of their home – this will ensure that the roadways within the Village look the very best that they can.

2nd Annual Village Picnic
(April 4th)
The 2nd Annual Village of Old Westbury community picnic will be held on Tuesday, July 18th on the ground of the Old Westbury Gardens.  The event will provide music on the great lawn and will be an enjoyable night for all ages.  Admission will be free for all Village of Old Westbury residents (proof of residence is required).  The event will begin in the early evening – more details will be provided.  Save the date!

Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting Cancelled
(April 4th)
The Zoning Board of Appeals meeting scheduled for Monday, April 10th is cancelled.  The next scheduled meeting will be Monday, May 8th.

The Last Snow Fall of the Season?
(March 14, 2017)
Village crews and snow removal equipment were out in full force yesterday. The day began at 2AM with an application of sand and salt that was applied to the Village’s 23 miles of roadway.  Following a small accumulation in the morning, plowing operations began. By afternoon, rain developed and crews were assigned the task of making a final pass of the Village and applied another covering of sand and salt before evening temperatures fell below freezing. The photos below were taken aboard the Village’s newest Mack plow that placed in service last year.


Spring begins on Monday, March 20th
Snow Arriving to our Area!
(March 13, 2017)

Residents are reminded of the incoming weather to our area.  Village crews will be ready and all snow removal equipment will be in use.  When clearing your driveway of snow, please place the snow to the sides of your driveway and NOT into the middle of the roadway.  Your assistance is appreciated.  Below is the press release from the National Weather Service:

The National Weather Service has issued a Blizzard
Watch, which is in effect from late Monday night through Tuesday

* Locations...New York City, Long Island, Southern Westchester,
Southern Fairfield, Southern New Haven, Middlesex, and New
London counties.

* Hazard Types...Snow, and strong and gusty winds.

* Snow Accumulations...12 to 18 inches.

* Timing...Late Monday night through Tuesday evening.

* Impacts...Hazardous travel and potential for power outages due
to moderate to heavy snow and gusty winds.

* Winds...Northeast 20 to 30 mph with gusts 40 to 50 mph.

* Temperatures...In the upper 20s.

* Visibilities...One quarter mile or less at times.


A Blizzard Watch means there is a potential for falling and/or
blowing snow with strong winds and extremely poor visibilities.
This can lead to whiteout conditions and make travel very

Please note that the Board of Zoning Appeals meeting scheduled for Monday, March 13th has been cancelled.

(February 8, 2017)
With a winter snow storm making its way to Long Island – the Village of Old Westbury is ready!
Village crews have the various trucks and snow removal equipment ready. Once the snow begins to fall, a mixture of sand and salt will be applied to the roadways.  Once accumulation approaches 2” plows will be in action. During the snow removal process residents are reminded to have snow that is removed from their driveways pushed to the sides of the roadway and NOT into the street.

01/31/17 - With some snow falling this morning, Village crews were ready.  Early this morning all sanders were loaded up with the combination of sand and salt.  Under the direction of Superintendent Michael Malatino, the major intersections and bridges that cross over the LIE were attended to. 
Residents and visitors to Old Westbury are reminded to drive with extra care since roadways can become hazardous during the winter season.


A water main break was discovered late Thursday afternoon January 19th by the Old Westbury Police Department while on patrol.  The Village’s Water Department was notified and within a short time a crew was assembled and at the location.  The break was determined to be in a section of the 10 inch water main located on the south service road of the expressway just before Old Westbury Road.  The break was controlled within thirty minutes on Thursday evening by closing a series of connection valves.  Extra caution was required since a large gas main is in the same area as the water main. Under the direction of Water Superintendent Thomas O’Connor, there was no interruption to residential service and the repair was completed by Friday afternoon.  The combined efforts of the Village’s Police and Water Departments resulted in a good overall operation. 


Development of Water Well #7 located at the Spring Hill Farms subdivision continues to make progress. The final drilling depth will beapproximately 530 feet; currently the drilling depth is at 140 feet.  Village Superintendent of Water Thomas O’Connor inspects the site daily to ensure the project continues to move forward. This is the first of several Capital Water Projects being planned by the Village Board of Trustees to ensure that the current and future water needs of the Village are met. The photos show the drilling platform and the screen test (wash sample) being performed. Completion of the well is scheduled for April.


On Wednesday, November 16th, Mayor Carillo and several Village Trustees were given the opportunity to tour the main water facility of the Village of Sands Point. 

The Village of Old Westbury Board of Trustees are developing a timeline of capital projects that will maintain the Village’s current demand while planning for future water supply needs.  The plan includes the development of a new well (Well #7) currently underway, upgrades to Well #4, and the design and implementation

of a SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) system at all well sites.  On their tour, the Board members were able to see firsthand the advantages of the SCADA system that was recently installed.
The SCADA system is a computer-based system which monitors and interfaces between all the various well sites within the Village.  Some of the benefits of such a computerized system include:
  • Tank Level, Pressure and Flow Monitoring
  • ​Pump Operations Status
  • ​Generator/Power Supply Status
  • 24/7 Remote Oversight Monitoring

The Mayor and the Board of Trustees express their appreciation and thankfulness to Judge Joachim’s wife Arline and their entire family for his service to the Village.       

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE OLD WESTBURY WATER DEPARTMENT:  For the 3rd Consecutive Year, the Village of the Old Westbury received an award and trophy for having the "Best Tasting Water in All of Nassau County!"