Services & Schools


Sea Cliff Fire Department

Sea Cliff Fire DepartmentThe Sea Cliff Fire Department, organized in 1884, is an all-volunteer force of approximately 100 members, operated under the authority of the Sea Cliff Village Board of Trustees.

Telephone numbers:
Fire or Ambulance: 671-0334
Non-Emergency: 671-1690


Nassau County Police

Nassau County PoliceThe Nassau County Police Department’s mission is, “To serve the people of Nassau County and to provide safety and improved quality of life in our communities through excellence in policing.”

Sea Cliff is within the Nassau County Police Department’s 6th Precinct. The 6th Precinct is located at 100 Community Drive, Manhasset, NY 11030 and can be reached by phone at 516-573-6600.

More information can be found on their website at


The Sea Cliff public school system began in 1883 with a four-room, brick, grade school building on Franklin Avenue. In 1912, the old building was torn down, and the present building was erected on Carpenter Avenue. This building, which underwent a large renovation in 2002, now houses the Sea Cliff Elementary School (grades k-5), which is part of North Shore School District.

The North Shore School System is one of the main attractions for young families moving to Sea Cliff. With its small class size and high percentage of students going on to college, North Shore Schools are well respected on Long Island. You can visit the official North Shore Schools website at

Addiction Resources

LICADD (Long Island Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence) – 24 hour hotline (631) 979-1700

NAFAS (Nassau Alliance for Addiction Services – (516) 481-4000

Long Island Crisis Center – 24 hour hotline (516) 679-1111

New York State HOPEline – 24 hour hotline (877) 867-5463

Partnership for Drug-Free Kids – (855) 378-4373

Senior Services

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Senior Services

Sea Cliff has extensive services for our Senior Citizen population. In fact we strive to be a model community supporting independent living and aging in place. To this end the Village has a Plan that outlines our focus, defines our goals and drives our services. We provide support in the following areas: housing, health and wellness, transportation, information and referrals, safety, and recreation and life-long learning.


Click here to see Senior Services Plan A 5 Year Review –  Plan


The Village has multiple offices, organizations and volunteers that coordinate to build this system of support. We consider our system to be akin to a senior center without walls. This website will outline available services in our Village.


For more information

Call Sea Cliff Senior Outreach at Village Hall (516) 671-0080 x36


Office Hours are Tuesday and Thursday afternoons or by appointment. On the 3rd Tuesday of the month the Senior Outreach Worker is available at the Mutual Concerns Senior Lunch Program.


Karen Montagnese, LMSW   Senior Outreach Worker

Senior Outreach serves as an information portal and referral base. Seniors and/or their family members have called and visited for a whole host of issues.  Together we have addressed the maze of Social Security and Medicare, the complexities of discharge planning and the many challenges of independent living. The Office also can inform low income seniors of entitlement opportunities such as Medicaid, SNAP (food stamps), HEAP and Medicare Extra Help. Every fall there is a special information session regarding Medicare Open Enrollment provided by the Health Insurance Information and Counseling Program (HIICAP). The office also informs seniors of the wide variety of senior programs offered by the Village, its surrounding communities and the County. Referrals are often made to appropriate agencies that may provide specialized services.


The Senior Action Committee

Senior Action is a volunteer group appointed by the Village. The Committee coordinates many services including: Wednesday grocery bus service, medical transportation, Village Bus escorts, handyman services and friendly phone calls.

For handyman service, friendly phone calls and general inquiries or for volunteer opportunities, call Alice O’Donnell, President at 671-5199

For Wednesday grocery bus, door to door service, call Village Hall at 671-0080

For local Medical Transportation, call Claudia Moyne at 759-9251


Join the Senior Action Committee at their annual Spring Picnic in June.


Mutual Concerns Senior Lunch Program

Mutual Concerns is a local not-for-profit organization that provides lunch to seniors on Tuesdays and Fridays at St Luke’s Parish Hall, 253 Glen Avenue. The program starts at 11:15 with optional chair yoga. After lunch there are games, such as s BINGO. This is a wonderful chance to socialize with friends and community members.  A hot home-made lunch is served for the small fee of $3.00.  Delivery service is available for housebound seniors.  Bus transportation is also available.

For Bus service, call Village Hall at 671-0080

For general information or for meal delivery, call Janette Heurtley at 671-4696

For other information about Mutual Concerns, including food pantry inquires, contact Peggie Como, President 671-1717


The Glen Cove Senior Center serves our Village.

Located at 130 Glen Street in Glen Cove, the Senior Center provides full time social and educational programs while advocating for housing, health, financial and social issues that foster independence, dignity and peace of mind for our seniors. They provide entitlement information, referrals, short-term counseling and case management. Door to door transportation is available and a hot and cold meal is served daily.  Their programs embrace life long learning and wellness.  A social worker is also on staff and there is a daily Adult Day Care program for seniors with special needs. For information call 759-9610


Other Senior Services

Mutual Concerns Senior Programs
Every Tuesday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., seniors 60 years and older can meet at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church on Glen and Roslyn Avenues in Sea Cliff. Bridge, bingo, and other games are held; guests give talks on subjects of interest. There’s a book club, exercise class, birthday celebrations and a friendly, social lunch program which serves a nutritious meal for a $2 donation. The Village Senior Bus provides free rides to Sea Cliff seniors. Call Village Hall a day in advance (671-0080) to arrange a pick-up. Mutual Concerns also offers a confidential emergency food pantry for people with unexpected needs

Mutual Concerns Committee: Peggy Como 759-4565

Golden Ring Club
The Golden Ring is a social club for individuals age 60 and over who are looking to make new friends, enjoy pleasant activities and programs and go on a variety of excursions. The group meets every Thursday at 1 p.m. at the Community Center on Glen Head Road in Glen Head. With an average attendance of over 100 members per week, Golden Ring participants enjoy games of bingo and cards on a regular basis as well as trips to see Broadway plays, the horse races of Belmont Park, the exciting Atlantic City, and the historic Monticello. Golden Ring often presents guest speakers on a variety of topics and even has children from the local schools come and spend time with them. Annual events include the club’s St. Patrick’s Day party, a summertime picnic and their Spring and Christmas Luncheons. Annual dues are $20.

Golden Ring Contact: Dee Doxey 671-2627 or Joyce Kaufmann 676-9205


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