The schedule of free community events and additional details are available here. Committee planning meetings take place on the 3rd Wednesdays April - October, 7 pm, Village Hall and are open to all.
In October 1990 the first "Village Green" newsletter made its appearance. The voice of the Beautification Committee, in 2012 it went on-line. Click here for the latest and past issues.
Located in Southern Rensselaer County, New York, about 15 miles southeast of Albany, the small village of Nassau is a slice of "small town America." Less than a square mile in size, with about 1600 residents, Nassau lies on US Route 20, the old Boston Post Road.
Since the late 1980's a group of volunteer residents and friends have worked to improve the quality of life by organizing and hosting free community events, maintaining seasonal plantings in public spaces and communicating with each other through a printed newsletter called "The Village Green." This website marks a step into the future with expanded coverage, photos and much more.
Why Nassau12123? It's our zip code and everyone can remember it!
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Join the Beautification Committee in honoring long-time volunteer Jerry Uhr by planting a tree in his memory.
On Sunday, April 26th a King Crimson maple will be planted in Ben Stanley Park (adjacent to Village Hall) at 4 pm.