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Nyack Village Clerk
9 N Broadway, Nyack, NY 10960
The Nyack Village Clerk is located on the first floor of Nyack Village Hall. The Village Clerk, Mary White, assistsMore Nyack residents with obtaining records, navigating the village archives and finding publicly available information. Residents interested in obtaining copies of a birth, marriage or death certificate must visit the Town Clerk.
Upper Nyack Village Hall
328 N Broadway, Nyack, NY 10960

The Village of Upper Nyack was incorporated in 1872. The Village Hall, built in 1877, served as a tavern and groceryMore store before being converted into government offices.

The Upper Nyack Village Hall houses the justice court, village clerk, building department and tax department.

Nyack Middle School
98 S Highland Ave, Nyack, NY 10960
Nyack Middle School serves children from the villages of Nyack, Upper Nyack, South Nyack and Upper Grandview, and theMore hamlet of Valley Cottage. The school hosts grades six through eight, and has several clubs, including homework clubs, sports and extracurricular activities.
Nyack High School
360 Christian Herald Rd, Nyack, NY 10989
Nyack High School serves students grades nine through 12 from the villages of Nyack, Upper Nyack, South Nyack and UpperMore Grandview, and the hamlet of Valley Cottage. The school's curriculum ranges from foreign language and humanities to computer science and business. Nyack High School has over 40 extra-curricular clubs and activities, including a marching band, mock trial, a math league and several cultural clubs.
Village of Nyack Building Department
9 N Broadway, Nyack, NY 10960

The Village of Nyack Building Department is located on the second floor of Nyack Village Hall.

The DepartmentMore reviews and approves construction projects and building use within the village. The Department also issues building permits, which are required for renovations, deck or pool installation, building demolitions and more. A building permit is not required for ordinary repairs that replace old materials new ones of the same type.

The village's Building Inspector is Donald Yacopino; the Assistant Building Inspector is Paul Rozsypal.

Nyack Village Hall
9 N Broadway, Nyack, NY 10960

The Village of Nyack—which translates from Native American dialect as "point of land"—is the region'sMore most urban municipality. Nyack is in the towns of Orangetown and Clarkstown, and in the county of Rockland.

Located right on Broadway in the heart of town, the Village Hall of Nyack is the center of meetings and commerce for the village. All events are coordinated through this building, and it has a bulletin board posting local news, events, and important dates. The Village Hall houses several government offices, including the Village Clerk, Building Department and Justice Court.

Nyack Housing Authority
99 Highview Ct, Nyack, NY 10960
The Nyack Housing Authority, established in 1960 by New York state, provides financially-strained Nyack residents withMore homes. The Housing Authority operates two developments, one at Waldron Terrace and the other at Depew Manor (for senior citizens). Waldon Terrace holds 82 families, and Depew Manor houses 48 seniors. Units range from studio apartments to five-bedrooms homes. To qualify for housing, the Nyack Housing Authority takes into consideration residency, age, citizenship and work status. The current Housing Authority Manager is Toni Keys; Keys and the Nyack Housing Authority Board report to and are appointed by the Nyack Village Board of Trustees. The Nyack Housing Authority Board meets at 2:30pm on the third Tuesday of each month.
Nyack Village Theatre
94 Main St, Nyack, NY 10960
Formerly Main Street Arts, Nyack Village Theatre is a community space which features a stage, 49 movie theater-styleMore seats, lighting and sound system, a projector, two screens and more. Nyack Village Theatre is available for live performances, plays, independent films, parties and open mic nights. For information on upcoming schedules, be sure to call the telephone number or visit the website provided.
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