The Lido Beach and Long Beach Communities are surrounded by a Mehadrin Eruv which allows our families, young and old to carry or push strollers on Shabbos. Whether to Shul, to the popular parks to play in the afternoon or just for a walk on the beautiful streets the Eruv is maintained at a high standard and encloses the entire area.
LONG BEACH ERUV:
The Long Beach Eruv was built under the direction of Rabbi Chaim Wakslak a"h of the Young Israel of Long Beach. It is supervised and maintained by Rabbi Dovid Miller, who trained under the Halachic supervision of Rabbi Isaac Kresh and maintains the Far Rockaway Eruv as well.
The Eruv extends over all of East and Central Long Beach, from Maple Ave. on the east to the West End, ending on New York Ave.
Note: The Long Beach Eruv runs contiguous to the Lido Eruv and includes the Boardwalk. The ramps to the beach and beach itself are outside the eruv. -click here for information on the Long Beach Eruv.
LIDO BEACH ERUV:
The Lido Beach Eruv is under the supervision of Rabbi Eli Biegeleisen, the Rav. With Rabbi Miller serving as the Eruv Consultant.
The Lido Eruv covers the entire area of Lido Beach from Prescot St -the last block of the dunes and includes all the residential areas of Lido until Long Beach. Along Maple Ave. the eruv connects seamlessly to to the Long Beach which extends until the West End, ending on New York Ave. The Canals eruv circles the entire Canals section seamlessly connecting the Lido eruv at the Auxiliary Police pathway and the Long Beach eruv on the other sides.
Note: The Eruv does not include any part of the beach itself, the ramps to the beach or the golf course.
Anchor Park (Lido Town Park) playground (at the end of the dunes), Lido Town Park West and their surrounding parking lots are not in the Eruv.
The Eruv is always confirmed as up and kosher unless a notification is given otherwise. Should there ever be a problem with the eruv that cannot be rectified before Shabbos, the community will be notified via email, whattsapp and a robo-calls through the respective shuls.
Map: Red lines indicate the Lido Beach Community Eruv. Blue lines indicate the Long Beach Eruv
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