From the Mayor's Desk
Babylon Village recently passed a package of measures that will, undoubtedly, help ensure the health, safety and welfare of the residents in the Village. One of the measures sets down the procedure Village code enforcement offices can utilize to address the many incidents of “bike gangs” that harass and frighten drivers and pedestrians.
How much are we looking forward to “Summer 2021” in Babylon Village?!! Our summer recreation programs will be starting for our children, our Village golf course is in “full swing,” many of our organizations are scheduling events and activities, and of course, our “Jewel on the Bay,”
The Nathaniel Conklin House is home to stunning flower and vegetable gardens throughout the property. The Steering Committee recently launched the Conklin House Community Gardening Program to encourage residents to participate in creating, maintaining and harvesting this beautiful bounty.
As part of National Bicycle Safety Month, younger Babylon Village residents recently learned the ABC’s of safe biking at a Bike Rodeo organized by the Babylon Bicycle Advisory Committee in collaboration with the New York Coalition for Transportation Safety and LI Transit Solutions.
Summer Employment applications are now available for the 2021 summer season at the Village Pool, Parks and Recreation Department, the Highway Department and clerical positions in Village Hall.
To help keep Babylon Village residents safe, Trustee Anthony Cardali is joining together with the Village Pharmacy to host "Shed the Meds", a drug take-back day event on Saturday, March 6th from 12 PM - 2 PM at Village Pharmacy at 124 E Main St #103 (behind the Make Up Studio).
Since 2018, the Village of Babylon’s Volunteer Corps has been helping Village residents with tasks they find difficult to complete on their own, such as snow shoveling or leaf raking, by connecting them with local volunteers. Their mission? To strengthen our community through service and volunteerism.
The Governor announced this morning that those looking to schedule an appointment for a vaccine in Phase 1a or 1b can do so through New York’s online eligibility tool or the New York Vaccination Hotline that will be live at 4pm today...