Crumbl Cookies receives grants from Port Washington BID

Crumbl Cookies receives grants from Port Washington BID
Grant recipient, Crumbl Cookies, opened in Soundview Shopping Center in Village of Port Washington North. Co-Owners David Del Rio and Austin Dickens, are pictured with members of the BID Board of Directors, Mayor Bob Weitzner, Port Washington North, Councilwoman Mariann Dalimonte and Executive Director, Holly Byrne. Credit Port Washington BID.

The Port Washington Business Improvement District is proud to support business owners with grants for signage, façade upgrades and a bonus grant for new businesses.

Crumbl Cookies is one such recipient to be awarded grants for new signage and as a new business. Crumbl offers a treat for the tastebuds with its rotating menu of cookie flavors such as Strawberry Crumb Cake or Berries & Cream, all served in their distinctive pink box.

The Port Washington location is one of only two sites on Long Island, bringing their highly popular and much-loved cookies to our community. Visit their bright and airy shop at 20 Soundview Marketplace for a full sensory experience and watch as each batch is mixed and baked on premises.

Co-owner Austin Dickens said “We are so excited and grateful to bring Crumbl Cookies to Port Washington. I first moved here in 2016 and found Port Washington to be very community-oriented and family-friendly. Crumbl’s mission is to bring friends and family together over a box of the best cookies in the world, and we felt that Crumbl would be a great addition to this amazing town. We prioritize enlightened hospitality and are excited to serve our community!”

Bob Weitzner, Village of Port Washington North mayor and Port Washington BID Board member, commented, “I am so pleased for Crumbl Port Washington to join the vibrant, commercial district in Port Washington North. The owners and managers are clearly dedicated to our Village and community and have hired locally as well. Awarding this grant to Crumbl as a new tenant in the Business Improvement District and for new signage is yet another way we welcome businesses to Port.”

To learn more about Crumbl Cookies, view their site at or visit in person at 20 Soundview Marketplace, Unit 7, Port Washington.

Eligible businesses in the Port Washington Business Improvement District, both new and established, can apply for grants for funding to assist with the costs of improvements to the façade of the place of business and/or signage.

Guidelines and applications, along with additional resources for business owners, can be found on the Port Washington B.I.D. website under the Business Resource heading. Inquiries can also be directed to the Port Washington B.I.D. Office at 516-883-8890.


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