The Port Washington Public Library has been serving the community since 1892 when it was housed in a local family's…More front parlor. Today, the library is a modern service-oriented institution - named by a national consortium of professional librarians as one of the 50 best in the nation.
The library serves the Port Washington School District and is funded primarily by local taxes levied on real estate. There is no charge for school district residents to join. As the library is member of the Nassau Library System, the Port Washington Public Library card entitles residents to borrow materials from any public library in Nassau County and materials borrowed from other Nassau libraries may be returned here.
Port Washington Youth Council 232 Main St, Port Washington, NY11050 The Port Washington Youth Council is a non-profit coalition of some 25 local agenices and organizations dedicated to…More providing a safe environment for Port Washington children in grades 6 through 12. Among its programs is the Teen Center, located at Landmark on Main Street, across from the Port Washington Public Library. The entrance is just to the right of the Jeanne Rimsky Theater. Programs are open to all Port Washington teens.