Port Washington Fire Department 423 Port Washington Blvd, Port Washington, NY11050 Established in 1907, the Port Washington Fire Department's headquarters is located across the street from the Police…More Department on Port Washington Boulevard. In 2004 the department became the largest volunteer fire department in New York. The Port Washington Fire Department's district is an 11-square mile area of the northern peninsula of Nassau county. Located at the southern end of the district, the headquarters building serves as the administrative office for the chiefs as well as <br /> the Port Washington Fire Department Board of Directors ("Fireboard")<br /> <br /> Additionally, the garage is used to house apparatus as needed to cover the southern end of the district.
This small building located behind the beautiful and historic Saint Peter of Alcantara on…More Port Washington Boulevard is packed full of gently used house wares, books and apparel for men, women and children. The volunteer staff is happy to take donations when they have room for more merchandise. Proceeds from sales help supplement the 100-year-old parish—a true Port Washington landmark.</p>
Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society 336 Port Washington Blvd, Port Washington, NY11050 The Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society has been located in the Sands-Willets House since 1965. The non-profit and…More volunteer run society offers political, social and cultural information about Port Washington as well as Long Island's history. Memberships range from a $10 student fee to a $500 lifetime fee. Cow Neck Peninsula Historical society also offers educational classes for children and adults who are interested in local history.