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East Massapequa NY Homeowners Insurance

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East Massapequa NY Home Insurance

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About East Massapequa, NY

East Massapequa is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) located within the Town of Oyster Bay in Nassau County, New York, United States. The population was 19,069 at the 2010 census.

The hamlet lies in New York’s 3rd congressional district. The most eastern third portion of East Massapequa (within the Amityville School District) was previously the hamlet of West Amityville and started utilizing a Massapequa mailing address in 1975.

Minnesota Timberwolves point guard A. J. Price grew up in East Massapequa, as did rapper Posdnuos from the hip hop group De La Soul.

Students in East Massapequa attend schools in three districts. Students west of Carmans Road attend Massapequa Public schools. This area is generally thought of Massapequa Park as it has the Massapequa Park mailing address and zipcode. East of Carmans Road, students attend Amityville district schools. While the CDP is fairly racially diverse, the two school districts serve as a split. The portions of the CDP within the Massapequa school district is about 95% white, however the portion of the CDP within the Amityville school district is much more diverse as it is an overall majority-minority community with almost as many African Americans as there are whites. Also, a small portion of the CDP (on both sides of Carmans Road, just south of the Southern State Parkway) attend Farmingdale School District.

This area does not share its name with any local school district, nor any fire, water, library, or postal district.

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