Malverne Department of Public Works 9 Hempstead Ave, Malverne, NY11565 The Malverne Department of Public Works' headquarters is located on what was once the site of Grassy Pond. The Malverne…More DPW is responsible for sanitation in the villlage, including collection of garbage and recycled material, and special pick-ups. (On the night prior to collection, residents are permitted to put out their trash cans and recycle bins after 7pm. Check the DPW's website for a detailed pick-up schedule, which varies by sector.) The department also handles snow removal and maintains the parking lots, parks and athletic fields throughout the village. The beautiful landscaping and flowers that canvass the center of town, village hall, the library, the firehouse, the Historical Society's house and other municipal properties in the neighborhood are planted and cared for by the Malverne DPW. In the summer, the department invites residents to stop by its headquarters weekdays from 8am until 2pm to pick up free fire wood. The DPW also maintains all of the village's vehicles, street signs, traffic lines and signs, and irrigation systems. The Department also trims and removes trees for the village, and handles special projects such as designing new parks.
Town of Hempstead Sanitary District No. 6 80 Cherry Valley Ave, West Hempstead, NY11552 The Town of Hempstead's Sanitary District No. 6 serves Elmont, Franklin Square, Garden City South, Lakeview, Malverne…More Park, South Floral Park and West Hempstead. It is the largest district among water, fire, sewer and sanitation in the state of New York. In addition to collecting garbage and recyclables, the district also handles junk, compost and special pickups.
Robert Wilson Paper Corporation 649 Scranton Ave, Lynbrook, NY11563 This home-based paper company has been around since 1918, there to meet your every unusual and special paper order. The…More company offers a large selection of items like art paper, absorbent paper, black paper, pressure sensitive paper, mat boards, beer coasters, laminates, transparent paper, 100% recycled paper and technical specialties.
The Community Presbyterian Church is the oldest institution in Malverne. Two families founded the church in 1917,…More years before the village was incorporated. In the decades that followed, the congregation became split over whether to cling to its independent roots or become affiliated with the Presbyterian Church, but ultimately the two sides came together. They decided to re-incorporate it in 1933, under the name Community Presbyterian Church of Malverne.</p>
<p>The church played an integral part in starting a recycling program in the village in the 1970s and continues to remain active in the community. Each spring, it hosts a large annual food drive throughout the neighborhood. The church building also houses a thrift shop, a nursery school and a Sunday School for people of all ages.</p>