Village of Babylon
Board of Trustees:
Mayor Ralph Scordino, Deputy Mayor Kevin Muldowney, Trustee Tony Davida,
Trustee Mary Adams, Trustee Robyn Silvestri, Village Attorney Gerard Glass

Mayor Ralph Scordino
Dear Residents,
I would like to welcome you to our web site for Babylon Village. I hope you find the information on this web site useful and helpful. As you can see, there are many activities and events that take place throughout the year in our Village, and we will be updating the web site as the year goes on.

If you have any suggestions or questions, please do not hesitate to call my office at 669-1212, use the “Contact The Mayor’s Office” Contact Form , or stop in my office to see me.  On  behalf of the Village Board of Trustees, I hope you enjoy our web site and all that Babylon Village has to offer.

Ralph A. Scordino

Village of Babylon Messages

Please bookmark our Official Village of Babylon Home page at This section of our web site will provide important information and notices throughout the year. Also our Legal Notices page will help keep you informed as we will post all Village of Babylon Legal Notices there. View the LegaL Notice Page >

Informational Links: Coronavirus Precautions and Information | Village of Babylon Court | Zoning Board of Appeals Meetings

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8-11-2020  -  Public Hearing 7PM regarding application of Noa Mar Market , 238 Deer Park Avenue, to convert to a restaurant 

8-11-2020  -  Board of Trustees Meeting 8PM

To view the livestream of the Public Hearing and the Babylon Village Board Meeting, follow the link below.  The Board of Trustees work session will begin broadcast immediately after the public hearing, and the board meeting will begin broadcast at approximately 8PM:


Good day, Babylon Village Residents. I hope you and your families are healthy and doing well. These are very difficult times for all of us and we are all coping as best we can. Our lives have been turned upside down and the routines we took for granted are no longer there. At Village Hall, we have had to make many decisions the last few months that have been very difficult. We have executive orders from the Governor as well as our own consideration for health and safety of our residents within the confines of our village. Each decision that we make is given much consideration with input from town, county and state officials as well as members of the community.

 Recently, the Towns of Brookhaven, Islip, Huntington, Smithtown and Babylon announced that they would all be closing community pools available this summer due to the spread of COVID-19. The Village Board agrees with Supervisor Rich Schaffer who announced, "after much consideration, we unfortunately do not believe that we can make our pools available this summer in a manner that is safe for both our residents and employees." We are in complete agreement with Supervisor Schaffer on this issue. Therefore, the Gilbert C. Hanse Municipal Pool will not be opening this summer.

 This was an extremely difficult decision to make as we all know that many of our residents enjoy the Village pool and all the activities it offers. It is a wonderful facility and Trustee Tony Davida has made it the jewel of Babylon Village. However, we feel that in the best interest of public health, it would be best to close the pool this summer.

 With health and safety as the priority, all our Village Summer Recreation Programs will not be opening as well for this summer season. However, we are in the process of having a "summer fun" program for the children which will be announced soon.

 This will be a difficult summer for all of us but we will get through it. Babylon Village has dealt with the devastation of Superstorm Sandy and the effects of numerous hurricanes that left us with many problems. But we got through it. And we will get through this because we are BABYLON VILLAGE.

 Continue to remain safe, practice social distancing, wear facial coverings. We are looking forward to our downtown business district reopening and soon. May God continue to bless you and your families, the Village of Babylon and the United States of America.

Mayor Ralph A. Scordino
Village of Babylon


3-23-2020 - Update From The Mayor's Desk:  SOCIAL DISTANCING

Good afternoon, Babylon Village Residents and Guests:

By way of an executive order and as another precautionary and safety measure, beginning today, Monday, March 23rd, 2020, Babylon Village Code Enforcement will have the authority to disperse groups of people/children in Babylon Village that exceed the guidelines of the State of New York and Governor Cuomo’s directive as well as Suffolk County’s directive which is as follows:

  • Gatherings should be 10 people or less
  • Minimum 6 foot distance between people
  • Any outdoor sports should have a wide separation (minimum 6 feet) between participants (such as tennis).  Close quarters sports (such as basketball) is unacceptable.

Governor Cuomo will also be considering a plan to reduce gatherings of young people at parks throughout New York State as well and certainly we will be sharing that with our Village residents and guests.

Should you see something, say something.  Please contact Babylon Village Code Enforcement at (631) 894-2949.  Please also feel free to contact me at (631) 669-1212.  Please access our official Village of Babylon Facebook page for up-to-date information as well as our website:

Please stay safe, practice social distancing and be healthy. 

 Sincerely,  Mayor Ralph A. Scordino


3-18-2020 - From The Mayor's Desk:  VILLAGE HALL CLOSED TO PUBLIC

Good afternoon, Babylon Village Residents and Guests. As a precautionary and safety measure, beginning on Tuesday, March 18th, 2020, all Village of Babylon offices will be CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

Each department can be contacted by phone: Mayor's Office : (631) 669-1212, Building Department: (631) 669-1300, Highway and Maintenance: (631) 669-4878, Village Clerk: (631) 669-1500, Village Court:(631) 669-1771, Village Treasurer: (631) 587-6270. We look forward to assisting you!  You can also email questions and concerns to, through our email notification on the homepage of our website, or through our Facebook page.

Again, this is strictly a precautionary and safety measure, all Village services will remain in effect, all Village offices will remain open, just closed to the public. We appreciate your cooperation and certainly feel free to contact my office at (631) 669-1212 with any questions or concerns. Please be safe and enjoy your evening!

Sincerely,  Mayor Ralph A. Scordino

After Hours Phone Number

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Spring & Summer 2020 Newsletter

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Nathaniel Conklin Award

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The Mayor E. Donald Conroy Scholarship

For more information please download the application using the link below.

The Mayor E. Donald Conroy Scholarship Application The Mayor E. Donald Conroy Scholarship Application

The Mayor E. Donald Conroy Scholarship is an award to a high school senior, who attends Babylon High School, or is a resident of Babylon Village who attends a priv.. Read More .:

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