About

About

National Grid is making a multi-million dollar investment to modernize our natural gas system in Northwest Nassau County. This project, known as the Northwest Nassau Natural Gas Reliability Project, will help improve safety and reliability, and provide Long Island’s gas system with greater operational flexibility. It will also improve the gas system’s capacity to support economic growth. Upon completion of the project, National Grid will have installed approximately six miles of new gas main and built two new regulator stations in Northwest Nassau County.

 

News & Updates

Construction Update: July 15, 2019

Last week our construction team continued working on the tie-in on Jefferson Avenue and Harding Avenue and continued backfilling the regulator stations in Roslyn Heights. Our team also continued overnight work on Locust Lane north of Woodhollow Road, and road…

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Construction Update: July 8, 2019

Last week our construction team continued working on the tie-in on Coolidge Street and Powerhouse Road and continued backfilling the regulator stations in Roslyn Heights. Our team also continued work on Roslyn Road south of I.U. Willets Road, and began…

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Construction Update: July 1, 2019

Last week our construction team began working on the tie-in on Coolidge Street and Powerhouse Road and continued backfilling the regulator stations in Roslyn Heights. Our team also continued work on Roslyn Road south of I.U. Willets Road. The outreach…

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Fact Sheets

Click on the link below to download the fact sheets for the Northwest Nassau Natural Gas Reliability Project. There are two fact sheets available; one for the Roslyn Heights and Old Westbury Regulator Stations project and another for the new gas main installation on Locust Lane and Roslyn Road. In these fact sheets you’ll find information about this phase of the project, the scope of our system upgrades, and how to contact us. Also make sure to check our FAQ page for any other questions you may have.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here you’ll find answers to our most frequently asked questions regarding the Northwest Nassau Natural Gas Reliability Project. If you don’t see your question answered here, please use the Contact Us page to call or email us.


Our Commitment

We plan to construct the new gas main and regulator stations safely, reliably and efficiently while acting as good neighbors and sharing information widely so that we can continue serving our community for decades to come. Throughout the project, National Grid and its contractors will make every possible effort to update residents and businesses about upcoming activities, impacts and traffic management, and maintain an open and proactive dialogue about the project with our neighbors and our partners in Nassau County. To stay up-to-date on each phase of the project, please remember to sign up for our email updates, and to regularly check our News and Updates page. Feel free to contact us through this website or call our outreach team at 516-882-4864 to ask questions, voice concerns, or offer suggestions.

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