Free Photo IDs For Seniors


oysterbaylibrarypicMangano and MacKenzie Offer Free Photo IDs for Seniors in Oyster Bay

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano, in partnership with County Legislator Donald MacKenzie, is providing free photo identification cards this September to seniors. These free senior citizen identification cards include a photo, name, address, phone number, birthdate and emergency contact information.

County Executive Mangano said, “The Senior Citizen Photo Identification Program provides residents with a convenient way to keep important information on a single, wallet-sized ID card. The ID card serves as an important tool in the event of an emergency as it allows first responders to quickly identify you and the person that should be contacted about your situation.”

Photos and cards will be processed on-site and residents will take their free senior citizen photo ID card home from the event. Each resident participating in the program will also receive information on life-saving county programs, including Smart911, Vial of Life and Yellow Dot.

Dates and Locations of Free Senior Citizen ID Program

  • Tuesday, Sept. 20, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Oyster Bay Library, located at 89 East Main Street in Oyster Bay.

For more information, please call 516-571-6000.

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