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BVCA Supports Local Businesses



During this extraordinary time, the Bay Village Civic Association Board decided to do something unusual.  Rather than solicit donations from local businesses for an annual fundraiser, $25 gift cards were purchased from each of them!  

A free drawing of BVCA members was held on Monday, November 16 via a Zoom Membership Meeting.  The names and gifts were announced at that time.

Following that meeting, the winners were contacted, and gift cards delivered.  Members were asked to pass the cards on to someone else who might use them, if not something they might choose.  This was the civic association’s effort to bring shoppers into the local businesses.  It was a win-win for all.

While the gift cards were purchased from Village of Amityville shops which had supported the BVCA in the past, all small businesses are wished the best during this challenging time.

Whether looking for gifts, chocolate, clothing, spas and salons, places to dine, etc., support our local small businesses.  Everyone notices when a shop is empty.  If we want less of that, we all need to step away from the computer, put on a mask, and go out shopping in our beautiful neighborhood.  It takes a Village.




Press Release

Community Shred Event

A Community Shred Event will take place at the 9/11 Park on Saturday, November 7, from 10 A.M. until Noon. This is located on the east side of Broadway, at the train trestle, across from Peter’s Diner.

Sponsored by the Bay Village Civic Association, a $10 donation will enable you to see three bags or boxes of personal papers shred on site by Secure Shred. The company asks that clients stay in their cars while awaiting employees who will take papers. Please wear a mask when giving your donation to a BVCA volunteer. During the pandemic, many have been cleaning out closets and offices. This is a wonderful way to ensure your papers with private information are securely destroyed while giving back to the community.

The donations are used to help fund community scholarships and projects. In the past, the BVCA has donated a pergola at the Dog Park, Village entranceway signs, anniversary flags, etc. Many scholarships have been awarded annually to high achieving and community-minded Amityville Memorial H.S. students.

For more information, contact the Bay Village Civic Association at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or go to their web site


Shredder Event 9/11 Memorial Park






2020 Farmers Market Press Release

Farmer’s Market Press Release June 24, 2020 As we return to some sense of normalcy, the Bay Village Civic Association will continue to sponsor a Farmer’s Market in the Village of Amityville. Opening day will be Saturday, July 11, at the 9/11 Park on Broadway, across from Peter’s Diner. Featuring fresh produce from a Mattituck farm, pickles, baked goods, local honey and more – the market is sure to add popular items to household pantries. Other returning vendors will offer handmade jewelry, crocheted items, artwork and cards, as well as Amityville tee shirts and more. Interested vendors may contact the manager at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . The market hours will be from 9 A.M. – 1 P.M. on Saturday mornings until October 10. Social distancing and face coverings are required. Hand sanitizer will be available. All vendors will be separated at a safe distance and wear masks. Baked goods will be pre-packaged. Your support and cooperation are appreciated. Stay healthy and safe.

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