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About Farmingdale

The Incorporated Village of Farmingdale lies within the Town of Oyster Bay lines in Nassau County, New York. The current population according to the 2010 Census is 8,189 residents and is approximately 37 miles southeast of Midtown Manhattan. The Farmingdale neighborhood is adjacent to Bethpage State Park and made up of South Farmingdale and East Farmingdale. The Farmingdale School District incorporates both Nassau and Suffolk County households. Visitors and residents of the area are consistently welcomed back with the area with a road sign placed on Main Street. Two main attractions of the town include Farmingdale State College and Republic Airport.

Farmingdale is a prominent on Long Island. It is one of the few towns that are in both Suffolk and Nassau county. Home to Farmingdale University one the most successful colleges on Long Island. During the spring and fall you can visit Adventure Land a classic amusement park with your family and friends. Farmingdale also has a phenomenal main street with some of the islands favorite restaurants and bars. Like the Library, Nutty Irish Men and Stuff a Bagel. Walking distance from main street is the LIRR making it easy to commute back and forth from NYC. This a great town for young adults and families.


Thomas Powell arrived at the Farmingdale area in 1687 and purchased 15-square-miles known as the Bethpage purchase. One of two houses Powell built in 1738 still stands on Merritts Road in Farmingdale. In 1886, the first fire department was developed, and Farmingdale became incorporated in 1904. Fast forward to 1912, the State Agricultural and Technical School was established. Lastly, throughout the 1920s Farmingdale began to focus on the aircraft industry, the Republic Aviation Company.

Bethpage State Park (BSP):

Bethpage State Park is known of its five world-class golf courses including the Black Course which was site to the U.S Open Championship in 2002 and 2009. BSP houses a restaurant, catering facility for special events, driving range, and Golf Pro Shop. Long Islanders typically flock to BSP for the park’s picnic facilities, playing fields, tennis courts, bridle paths, hiking and biking trails, and cross-country skiing trails.

Farmingdale Business:

Farmingdale is home to several different types of businesses ranging from technology, press, retail, etc. Take a look at the top 10 companies to work for in Farmingdalebelow:

Popular Events/Spots:

The Runners Edge Main Street Mile takes place the first weekend of September every year. This race is celebrating 14 years with 500+ registrations with elite runners competing from all over the country. Every year, runners sprint downhill through Main Street finishing in front of the village green and Farmingdale Village Hall.

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