Kid’s Zone

Welcome to the Kid’s Zone, a page designed specifically for kids who want to learn more about the history of Muttontown.

13606_Muttontown_ColoringBookColoring Book

We have included a coloring book with facts and a fast quiz designed by our Village Historian, Mr. Stanley Jackson. Please download a PDF of the Village of Muttontown Coloring Book for your own use to learn more about the founder and first mayor of Muttontown, Benjamin Moore.

 


Stanley Jackson, Village of Muttontown Historian, at your service!

Essay Contest – coming soon

In 2020, Mr. Jackson will hold an essay contest, so check back for more information about the essay and the prizes.

History Facts

View the history page for historical facts about Muttontown.


Send Us Your Ideas or Questions

We want to hear from you about any ideas you have on how to make this page more fun. If you would like to send us suggestions, we would love to read them. If you have questions, please email us. If you ask a question that is of general interest, we will post Mr. Jackson’s answer on this page. Email kdugan@muttontownny.gov – please write “Mr. Stanley Jackson” in the Subject Line. 

We look forward to hearing from you! 

High school students from Jericho High School pose with Mayor Liguori and Deputy Mayor Prasad in demonstration of their Nano Water Filter.
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Upcoming Events

Mon, Jul 4, 2022
Village Hall Closed
Tue, Jul 12, 2022
Planning Board Meeting
Muttontown Village Hall, Muttontown NY
Wed, Jul 13, 2022
Trustee Meeting
Muttontown Village Hall, Muttontown NY

Important Messages

June 22, 2022 - Election Results - 2022 Election Results Mayor: Liguori 206 Trustees: Economou 221 Fagen 215 Prasad 185


March 2, 2021 - COVID-19 Village Court Information - COVID-19 Village Court Information


November 9, 2020 - Muttontown Amnesty Program - Village of Muttontown Announces Amnesty Program The Reconciliation “Amnesty” Program will run until October 31, 2022 and will give residents an opportunity to legalize and maintain renovations, reconstruction and work performed without permits to their property. Residents who take advantage of this program will be responsible for a $1,500 surcharge and permit fees required without […]