Garden City Central Property Owners Association

CPOA Information

Welcome to the CPOA Website

The CPOA serves as a civic association providing a venue for its residents to voice their concerns on village matters affecting the central section as well as providing representation to the Mayor and the Village Board of Trustees.  Our monthly meetings are open to all central residents during which reports are given by the officers and directors as well as our village Trustees.  We encourage an open dialogue among the CPOA board, the Trustees and the residents on current village issues.

Michael White Art Show June 2

The POAs and the GC Historical Society are presenting the art of Michael White on June 2 from 6:00-8:00. The event will be at the Historical Society and is free (donations welcome !) Please register with the QR code below.

Next CPOA Meeting will be Tuesday, June 13

Join us 7:30 pm in the Senior Center on Golf Club Lane for updates on village news. This will be the Annual meeting at which: 1) residents will vote on candidates for officers and directors 2) residents will vote on suggested change to CPOA bylaws that will no longer require postcard mailings with receipt within 45 days prior to the election/vote. Residents would be advised of the votes in local newspaper, website, email and digitally. Residents will also hear monthly committee and Board reports (BOT, Recreation, Library, Traffic, Environmental) as well as have the opportunity to raise concerns.

Village Election Results

Congratulations to the winners and to all for their efforts on behalf of our Village. Mayor: Courtney- 1226:Flanagan 1351 Trustee: Chester 1215, Finneran 1514; Harrington 1312; Sullivan 1097; Veneziale 984 ; Williams 986

A Long History of POAs Advocating for You

  Here are just a few examples of how the POAs responded and supported residents after a concern was raised: Traffic • 2014 : Traffic safety issues were raised at a CPOA meeting which resulted in the initiation of a traffic study for the Central section and hiring Traffic Consultant Creighton Manning Company in 2018.  This report was presented and the GC POAs plan to utilize this study as a pilot to then expand throughout all sections of the village for the improved safety of all residents • WPOA has been raising awareness of traffic/safety issues arising in the 4 areas off the New Hyde Park corridor and are working with Nassau County…
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POA Survey: Casino Proposal at the HUB

ave concerns and questions regarding the Casino Development proposal and its potential impact on our community. We are working to gather additional information for residents and trying to set-up a Town Hall meeting with experts and elected officials so that we can all hear more about the proposal. To this end, we ask that residents complete the following brief survey to help us get feedback on what concerns and questions you have about the project at the Nassau Coliseum site: Below are the results as of January 25th.  Results will be updated as more responses come in.

POAs Start 2023 with Combined Meeting

On Tuesday, January 17 three GC Property Owners Associations (POAs) hosted a joint meeting in the St. Paul’s Fieldhouse. The Estates, Eastern and Central POAs coordinated the event. A lot of information was shared as residents heard from Judy Courtney Village Board of Trustee candidate on the CAP (Community Agreement Party) and two candidates for the Central section BOE Trustee position (Liz Cheung-Gaffney and Peter Manley). The CPOA will host a BOE Candidate Town Hall Meeting on February 2 at the Cottages 110 Rockaway at 7:30. The primary for Central BOE will be on February 14 at 110 Rockaway, details to follow. In addition, presentations were made by the Environmental Advisory Board , three BOE Trustees (updates on school safety, budget session); Village trustees (updates on recent police…
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Keep Updated On LIRR-HUB Project

For up/-to-date information on the LIRR- HUB transit project visit WELCOME TO THE NASSAU HUB TRANSIT INITIATIVE WEBSITEThe Nassau Hub Transit Initiative will identify and evaluate alternatives for the provision of bus rapid transit (BRT) service to address congestion and create enhanced connectivity between major destinations in the Nassau Hub area and the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR). The Nassau Hub, which includes the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum site, is home to multiple commercial, downtown, and institutional activity centers that will benefit from expanded transit access. The County’s new study, referred to as the Alternatives Analysis (AA) Update, will…
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Village-wide Traffic Calming Study

The Village of Garden City is currently conducting a transportation study focused on reducing speeding and dangerous driving. The goal of the study is to create a Traffic Calming Master Plan for the Village of Garden City. This plan will provide the Village recommendations for policies and projects intended to calm traffic and improve pedestrian safety.  Project website is at is very important that your concerns about traffic hot spots be communicated to the village.  A quick and easy online survey is available at this link: survey is only open until November 2, 2022 so please complete the survey as soon as possible. …
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