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Visiting Westbury South, NY

The car accident injury lawyers in Westbury South, NY, at Banville Law have put together this comprehensive guide on the neighborhood.

Westbury South

The hamlet of Westbury South, also known as Salisbury, is a census-designated place, or CDP, located in Hempstead. It is part of Nassau County in the Long Island region of the state of New York. The CDP covers 1,088 acres at an elevation of 108 feet or 33 meters. 


The area has been referred to as Salisbury officially since 1990. It was named after the Salisbury Plain in England, where Stonehenge can be found. It is part of the larger Hempstead Plains, which led to its name due to residents in the 19th century being reminded of the plains in England. 

Europeans began to settle in the area in 1644, mostly from English colonies. The land was bought from the local Natives, and it was known to be one of the very few prairies to the east of the Allegheny Mountains. 

Great Dining

Along Carman Avenue, residents and visitors can find many dining options. Some of these include:

  • Pho Maxia
  • Cruzitas's Restaurant 2
  • Vito's Pizzeria
  • Venere Restaurant
  • Salisbury Tavern

Local Auto Repair

For those in need of auto repair, including tire rotations, the town has many to choose from along Old Country Road, such as: 

  • Mavis Discount Tire
  • American Muffler
  • Valvoline Instant Oil Change
  • AnDon Automotive, Inc.


The East Meadow Union Free School District provides public schooling options to the community. The district has ten schools and over 7,273 students enrolled throughout. Some of the schools zoned for the CDP include:

  • Bowling Green Elementary School - 833 students - located on Stewart Avenue
  • Clarke Middle School - 625 students - located on Edgewood Drive 
  • W. Tresper Clarke High School - 763 students - located on Edgewood Drive

Some of the local daycares include:

  • Magic Treehouse Daycare - located on Prince Lane
  • Mommy's Angels Daycare - located on Tennyson Avenue
  • Long Island Montessori School - located on The Plain Road


In 2000 the CDP had 12,341 residents that made up 4,015 households and 3,340 families. The population saw a decrease from 2000 to 2020, with the final count being 12,093. The racial diversity of the neighborhood is as follows:

  • 89.94% White
  • 1.03% African American
  • 0.14% Native American
  • 5.97% Asian
  • 0.01% Pacific Islander
  • 1.60% from other races
  • 1.31% from two or more races
  • 8.56% Hispanic or Latino 

The average income per household within the hamlet was $73,641 and $81,110 for a family. Men averaged an annual income of $50,503 while women brought in $37,002 per year. The CDP's per capita was $27,579, and as many as 1.9% of the families lived below the poverty line. 

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Laurence P. Banville
Date Published: November 18, 2021
Laurence P. Banville is the managing partner of Banville Law. As an experienced personal injury attorney, Mr. Banville helps clients recover compensation from those responsible for his clients' injuries. Our firm is located in New York City, serving clients from the five boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, and Staten Island.
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