Welcome!

Welcome to the Official Web Site for the Village of Sea Cliff!

Located 25 miles east of Manhattan and sitting atop a 120-foot bluff on the North Shore of Long Island, Sea Cliff is nestled along the shoreline of Long Island’s renowned “Gold Coast.” At only one square mile, Sea Cliff boasts its own beach, 16 neighborhood parks, and also borders the Harry Tappen Beach – a Town of Oyster Bay beach featuring 500 feet of shoreline. The Village’s Memorial Park, located at the intersection of Prospect and Sea Cliff Avenues, provides breathtaking views of Hempstead Harbor, Long Island Sound, and the New York and Connecticut shorelines.

 

Mayor’s Welcome

It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the Incorporated Village of Sea Cliff’s website. On behalf of myself, the Village board,Village justice and the entire Village staff, we hope you will enjoy this site and learn all about our lovely Village and what Sea Cliff has to offer.

Whether you are a resident or a visitor we welcome your comments and questions. If you are not familiar with Sea Cliff, we are a vibrant, progressive, family-oriented community on the north shore of Long Island. Our Village is incredibly rich in community spirit, with a strong civic consciousness exhibited by numerous community groups.

Our people place a high priority on preserving the character of our Village in order to maintain our unique identity. It is obvious as soon as you arrive in Sea Cliff that we have retained our small-town character in a region that is experiencing rapid growth. In short, we place a high value on our historic heritage while having a forward thinking population. Sea Cliff is an ideal suburban area with excellent schools, quiet & friendly neighborhoods, and an incredible arts community.

We are proud of our village and what it offers to its citizens. Please visit this website often. The site is updated regularly to keep everyone informed year round of important events and the many
recreational and social opportunities that are available for all to enjoy.

Bruce Kennedy, Mayor