Village Of Stewart Manor

The Village of Stewart Manor Welcomes You

The Village Hall is open

9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday




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2017 Tree Lighting
2017 Tree Lighting. NYS Senator Elaine Phillips, Stewart Manor Trustee Carole Schafenberg, Stewart Manor Mayor Mike Onorato, Floral Park Mayor Dom Longobardi and members of the Sewanhaka High School Jazz Band.
DPW Tree Decorating 2017
Legal Notice and Bid Documents
December 27, 2017
Legal Notice and Bid Documents regarding a bid for Project 17-02: Stewart Manor Country Club Exterior Renovations
Tree Lighting Saturday
November 28, 2017
Information regarding the Annual Tree Lighting on Saturday, December 2nd, and donations needed for Operation Wounded Warrior and Toys for Tots
Donations Needed - NC Firefighters Operation Wounded Warrior
November 22, 2017
Information regarding the firefighters annual visit to wounded US Armed Forces personell and a request for donations
Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule and other Information
November 20, 2017
Information regarding the Thanksgiving Holiday schedule, the next Board of Trustees work session and Board meeting, Toys for Tots campaign, and pedestrian safety

Deputy Mayor/Trustee - William Grogan
Trustee - John R. Egan
Village Justice - Melissa E. Bekisz
Village Clerk-Treasurer - Rosemarie A Biehayn
Deputy Clerk-Treasurer - Tara A Dean
Clerk to the Village Justice - Janet Regan
Acting Village Justice - Robert Pape
Building Inspector - Richard Belziti
Plumbing Inspector - Ron Doughty
Courtroom Dedication
Courtroom Dedication
The Village Hall Courtroom was dedicated on June 6, 2017 to Village Justice Philip S. Milone, who served the Village from 2002 until his untimely death on September 23, 2016.
Memorial Day 2017
Memorial Day 2017
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Village Photos
The 9-11 Memorial in Village Hall
Mayor James Kelly secured this piece of steel from the World Trade Center. It was dedicated on the tenth anniversary of the attack, September 11, 2011, at a ceremony on the lawn of the Stewart Manor Country Club. This memorial, built with great dedication over many hours by a Stewart Manor Fire Department volunteer who spent many months volunteering at ground zero after the attacks, is located just inside the door of the Village Hall. Part of the funding for this memorial was through a generous donation by the Stewart Manor Lions Club.