John J. Burns Town Park is a multi-use park located in Massapequa. It has numerous multi-use fields that are used for…More football, soccer and lacrosse. There are also baseball diamonds in a variety of sizes. Many of the fields have lights for night games and events. The park also has a paved walking and running path. </p>
<p>Toward the back of the park is a boat launch, which is available for use all year long.</p>
<p>The youngest residents were not forgotten when designing the park. It also has a great playground.</p>
Town Deli 1046 Park Blvd, Massapequa Park, NY11762 Located in the heart of Massapequa Park on Park Boulevard, Town Deli has served the community since 1955. The deli…More serves made-to-order sandwiches made with quality cold cuts and your choice of bread, roll or hero as well as hot dishes like chicken and potatoes or lasagna. Town Deli also offers weekly combination specials for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Town Florist 1025 Park Blvd, Massapequa Park, NY11762 Located one block from the Massapedqua LIRR train station, the family-owned Town Florist has been serving the Massapequa…More Park area since 1996. The friendly shop offers a variety of floral arrangements and gifts, including wedding bouquets, sympathy flowers, balloons, fruit baskets and invitations.
Brady Park Lake Shore Drive & Front Street, Massapequa Park, NY11762 Brady Park is located in the town of Massapequa Park. It has facilities for almost any activity a park user would…More participate in. There is a "tournament-grade" Little League baseball field, as well as a playground, basketball courts, horseshoe pit, shuffleboard court and even a bocci court! Trails that begin at Brady Park and circle the lake can be used for hiking, running, walking and even the occasional 5K race. The picnic area overlooks the lake of the Massapequa State Park Preserve and has a covered barbecue area with numerous grills available for community events and group picnics, which makes the park a popular spot for family gatherings and other large parties.
Village of Massapequa Park 151 Front St, Massapequa Park, NY11762 The Village of Massapequa Park Office building is located directly across from the Massapequa Park train station…More platform. It handles all official town bussiness including approval of permits and handling of all tickets within city limits. Please call to set up an appointment.
The Town of Oyster Bay Field of Dreams Park was completed in 2005. It is a superb 10-acre facility containing two…More full-sized multi-use athletic fields and a half-sized practice field. These fields are excellent for soccer, football and even lacrosse. There is also a basketball court and two playgrounds. Because this park was completed within the past decade, it is equipped with all the modern amenities, such as lighting for evening events. </p>
<p>The fields are maintained by the newest in irrigation and drainage systems and the turf itself is strengthened by plastic mesh fiber. Even the scoreboard is controlled through wireless technology. Thought was put into every aspect of Field of Dreams—from the entrances to the gates to the lighting and even the drinking fountains. There is room in the parking lot for over 125 cars.</p>
The Town of Oyster Bay Town Hall South provides services from the Town Clerk's office. It also houses the Parks…More Department, Community & Youth Services Department, and the Intergovernmental Affairs Department. </p>
<p>Direct department numbers are listed below:</p>
<li>Parks Department, Beach Division - 516-797-4110</li>
<li>Philip B. Healey Beach at Florence Avenue, Massapequa - 516-797-7994</li>
<li>Tobay Beach & Boat Basin, Massapequa - 516-679-3900</li>
<li>Parks Division - 516- 797-4128</li>
<li>John J. Burns Town Park, Massapequa - 516- 797-7980</li>
<li>Marjorie R. Post Community Park - 516-797-7990</li>
<li>Community & Youth Services Department - 516-797-7900</li>
<li>Intergovernmental Affairs Department - 516 - 624-6170</li>
Dina's Cleaners 5099b Merrick Rd, Massapequa Park, NY11762 Located directly off Merrick Road, across from Massapequa Town Park, Dina's Cleaners is one of the oldest operating…More businesses in town and is considered a local landmark. The laundromat and dry cleaning business has been serving the Massapequa Park community since 1955 and offers a wide array of services, including dry cleaning, full-service laundering with same day pick-up, tailoring and more.
Marjorie R. Post Community Park Unqua Rd & Merrick Rd, Massapequa, NY11758 Marjorie R. Post Community Park is located at the intersection of Unqua and Merrick roads. The 42-acres space…More is put to excellent use with numerous playgrounds, multiple tennis and handball courts, a basketball court, swimming pools, hockey and roller hockey rinks, a beach volleyball court and even a bocce ball court. Visitors can take advantage of a picnic area with barbecue grills and the lakeside walking track. The Town of Oyster Bay runs a pre-school program based out of the park.
The Oyster Bay Town Clerk's offices are located in both Town Hall South (977 Hicksville Lane) and Town Hall North…More (Audrey Avenue, Oyster Bay). </p>
<p>Steven L Labriola has been in this position since 2003. He was raised in Massapequa Park and educated in the local public school system. Mr. Labriola is in the Massapequa High School's Hall of Fame.</p>
<p>The town clerk is responsible for maintaining town records, handling permits, licenses and birth, marriage and death certificates. At the town clerk's office citizens can apply for passports.</p>
Town of Oyster Bay Preschool Program is located at Marjorie R. Post Community Park. There is a 3-year-old…More program and a 4-year-old program. Additionally, a morning session and an afternoon session are available. Parents and students are even able to select 3 days per week or 5 days per week. The 3 days per week costs $1260 and the 5 days per week costs $1600. Classes run September through January and February through May. </p>
<p>Check with the Town of Oyster Bay Department of Community and Youth Services on availability. The size of the classes is limited and is determined by the date of registration. All children who attend the program must be toilet-trained. Diapers and pull-ups are not permitted.</p>