• SWIFT 911 Emergency
    Notifications to add or update
    your cell, work, . . .
  • unlisted phone number, and
    email to Village's automatic
    notification system . . .
  • Access Village Website
    www.rvcny.us
     
  • TO REPORT POLICE and MEDICAL
    EMERGENCY
    CALL 911
  • TO REPORT
    NON - EMERGENCY POLICE MATTER
    CALL 516-766-1500
  • TO REPORT
    ELECTRIC OUTAGE
    CALL 516-766-5800
  • April is World Autism Month
    AutismSpeaks.org/LIUB
    #LightItUpBlue
  • Toy Drive-For Birthday Wishes
    April 1 thru May 1 Drop Off
    @ Rec Center Lobby
  • Thoroughly Modern Millie
    SSHS 4/27-4/29 7:30pm
    for info 255-8925
  • St.Agnes Cathedral Sch Presents
    Willy Wonka Jr @ 7:30 Monsignor
    Melton Auditorium 4/27-4/29
  • Short Films Event w Debra Monk
    Madison Theatre @ Molloy
    4/28 @ 7:30pm
  • SSHS Varsity Girls Lacrosse
    Senior Night-4/28 4:30 Ceremony
    5pm Game @ SSHS
  • All PAL Lacrosse Players
    are invited to attend Senior
    Night Ceremony in uniform
  • Princess Concert-A Wish is a
    Dream-Madison Theatre @ Molloy
    4/29 @ 11am and 3pm
  • School District Budget Hearing
    Wednesday-May 03 7:30pm at
    SSHS for info 255-8921
  • SSMS Drama Club Presents
    Fame, Jr. Friday May 05 @ 4:30pm
    and Saturday May 06 @ 7:30pm
  • RVC Breast Cancer Coalition
    Spring Fling-Sunday May 07
    Recreation Center 10am-3pm
  • AntiqueandCollectibles Appraisals
    Sunday-May 07 1pm-4pm @ the
    Phillips House info 764-7459
  • An Evening of Art and Music
    May 11 5:30-7:30pm
    TD Bank info 593-2148
  • Letter Carrier Food Drive for
    Island Harvest on May 13 leave
    Non-Perishable Food by mailbox
  • United Church Mother's Day
    Plant Sale/Gift Fair May 13
    9am-3pm

Upcoming Meetings - Government Calendar

April 27, 2017 (Thu) Briefing Meeting Village Hall 6:00 PM
May 01, 2017 (Mon) Board Meeting Village Hall 7:00 PM

Mayor's Youth Task Force

Fiscal Year 2015

The Mayor's Youth Task Force is a volunteer community service program open to Rockville Centre Residents in the 6th grade through College.

  • Volunteers participate in various activities including clean ups and beautification of the Business districts as well as the playing fields and Hempstead Lake State Park.
  • Participants are also responsible for supplemental plantings in the fall and spring seasons.
  • Our goal is to create greater awareness of the importance of community service at a young age. Click here to learn more.