Edward Scott Town of North Hempstead District 2 Republican, Conservative

Edward Scott Town of North Hempstead District 2 Republican, Conservative
(Photo courtesy of Ed Scott for Council Campaign)

Edward Scott is a retired police officer who is now a small business owner, water commissioner and community advocate.

He has served as president of the Albertson Square Civic Association since 2012 and commissioner on the Albertson Water District since 2021. Together with his neighbors, Scott advocated for the funds needed to improve the public space known as the Albertson Triangle.

He also secured neighborhood landscaping improvements to town-owned property, construction of a Vietnam Memorial to honor our veterans with members of Roslyn Heights, and restoration of a crumbling gazebo in the center of town.

Through his advocacy efforts, a dormant sump was transformed into Reflection Park, which now features a clock tower, trees benches and landscaping on Willis Avenue in Roslyn Heights and Albertson.

A New York City Police Department officer for 20 years, Scott rose through the ranks from a uniformed patrol officer to sergeant.

On 9/11 he evacuated people from lower Manhattan and spent the following weeks as a rescue and recovery worker at Ground Zero.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, Scott and his wife live in Albertson where they raised their children.

If elected, Scott would focus on

  1. Cutting taxes,
  2. Improving infrastructure
  3. Proactively addressing quality of life issues in the town.


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