Garden City Central Property Owners Association

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You are cordially invited to join us at our monthly meeting on February 15, 2017, that will convene at 7:30 PM at the Garden City Senior Center. Commissioner of Parks and Recreation, Kevin Ocker, will be our guest speaker. Please continue to check our website at for additional CPOA updates.

2017 CPOA Feedback Summary


The LIRR has informed the Village that the Stewart Manor Station Building will be closed effective, Monday, August 29, 2016 until the Fall of 2017. Please see the link for detailed information on this project.
The short “guide” below will provide you and/or your contractor
with up-to-date information regarding “when” and “what for” you 
will need to apply for a Permit from the Garden City Building 



Helpful Hints from Your Neighbors
 Have you or your neighbors experienced recent power outages with PSE&G and are looking for resolution?  After experiencing repeated power outages on her block, Garden City resident Eithne Thorne has a helpful hint for those who have unresolved issues with PSE&G. Please contact Erin Mullen at PSE&G at to seek help and assistance with your power problems.
Please contact us if you have solutions to problems that your neighbors may be able to use.
If anyone else has any information, comments or concerns, please email the CPOA at

Old news! You can now pay dues with any credit card. Please fill out the information requested below and click pay now.

Membership categories include:

Associate Member- $20, Senior Member(over 65)- $15, and Lifetime Member- $250.

All major credit cards accepted.

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High School Ambassador Program

The Mission Statement

The High School Ambassadors serve the community for two years during which time they become vital members of the Garden City Central Property Owners’ Association.

Each Student Ambassador is required to attend Village Committee meetings on a regular basis. By doing so, they absorb the essence of the community’s governmental process and present the governing boards / committees with the faces of the next generation. Upon return to the CPOA Board’s monthly meetings they present the agendas and issues of the discussions that have taken place at the meetings which they attended.

During their terms as Ambassadors, students are expected to complete a Community Service project which is in keeping with their particular skills and preferences.

Download the application here.