Great Neck Park District Residency
The following is a list of the basic requirements which must be met to prove Park District Residency. Further proof may be required.
A park card is necessary to sign up for any program, enter any facility or park or participate in any events in the Park District.
The following areas are NOT in the Park District: Great Neck Estates, Harbor Hills, Lake Success, Saddle Rock and University Gardens.
For all other areas or to check if your individual address is in the Park District, please call Great Neck House at 482-0355 during registration department hours
Obtaining a Park Card: (New Applicants)
Registration department staff will verify residency using various approved software and listings available.
If your name and correct address appears in these listing you will need to show an official photo ID and one piece of official mail.
If your name does not appear on one of the approved listings:
You must show official photo ID and two pieces of official mail.
If you do not have official photo ID you still must provide two pieces of official mail and your park card will be mailed to the address on file.
Children’s Park Cards (Under the age of 16):
A parent must have a valid park card and provide us with a birth certificate for his/her child or children.
A guardian must have a valid park card and provide us with a guardianship papers for his/her child or children.
Registration department staff will verify residency using various approved software and listings available. If your name appears you will just have to provide official photo ID
If your name and correct address does not appear in these listing you will need to show an official photo ID and one piece of official mail.
If you do not have official photo ID you need to provide two pieces of official mail and your park card will be mailed to the address on file.
Official ID Explained:
Driver’s license, non-drivers ID card issued through DMV, school ID, Military ID, employment ID, Credit Card with Picture, or any other official ID which includes photo and name.
Official Mail Explained:
Official mail can be utility bills: telephone, electric, gas, cablevision, oil etc. Examples of non-utility official mail: bank statements, credit card statements, income tax returns, insurance bills, Department of Motor Vehicles, Doctor bills, property tax bill, cancelled rent check (with address imprinted), etc. No personal (handwritten) or junk/mass mail will be accepted.
There is a $10 fee for lost cards.
If you move, even if you are still within the park district, you will be considered a new applicant.