• Enhance the experience of visitors to the Downtown.
• Promote commerce for the businesses in the district.
• Work together with community organizations to host special events.
• Work with local, county and state agencies to maintain a safe, clean and walkable business district.
The Business Improvement District is funded by a small tax on the businesses on either side of Main Street from Prospect Street to 7-11 just north of the railroad tracks. Funding can also come from grants from private benefactors or federal, state or county governments. The money will pay for things such as collective marketing, TV commercials, web presence, security for large events like Music on Main, and snow removal after major storms.
Comments, questions, concerns or contributions can be directed to:
Nick DeVito, President
Charlotte’s Frozen Yogurt and Speakeasy
Tony Kathreptis, Vice President
Caracara Mexican Grill
Joseph Fortuna, Treasurer
The Nutty Irishman, 317 Main Street, The Marketplace at 317 Main Street
Walter Priestley, Secretary
Farmingdale Village Trustee, Priestley Chiropractic
Willis Carmen, Director
Carman, Callahan & Ingham, LLP
Joseph Garcia, Director
Maria Josephine Winant, Director
Le Che Salon
Chris Werle, Director
Croxley’s Ale House
Christina Bisbee, Director
The Chocolate Duck
Rediscover Farmingdale: Voted Best Downtown "Best of Long Island"... Vibrant, Walkable, Safe Downtown - Enjoy free community events ...
Rediscover Farmingdale, recently named "Culinary Quarter", Family Friendly .... Shop & Dine local ... a short stroll from the historic LIRR station ...
~ Wonderful array of stores & merchants in Downtown Farmingdale ~
~ Dine in Farmingdale's Culinary Quarter ~
~ The historic Farmingdale Long Island Railroad is located minutes from Main Street~
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Thank you to All that Voted ~ Farmingdale Village ~ Best of Long Island ~ Best Downtown!
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Photos / Artwork courtesy of Marketing Masters NY, Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce, BBA Photography, Village of Farmingdale, Nutty Irishman, Nick Parisi & others.