Hillside Avenue, East Williston Avenue
Eastbound Views
Welcome to Nassau County! Hillside Avenue becomes a divided road here and continues to the east.
Photos taken December 2004.
Hillside Avenue runs east through Williston Park.
Photos taken March 2020.
The divider ends and the road narrows down to two lanes. There is a railroad crossing at the Oyster Bay Branch of the Long Island Rail Road.
Photos taken March 2020.
The two-lane undivided section is called East Williston Avenue. It is locally maintained by the Nassau County Department of Public Works (NCDPW) and also carries the designation of CR 85. There is a traffic light at Roslyn Road (CR 7A). Turn left to go north or right to go south.
Photos taken March 2020.
East Williston Avenue continues east through East Williston.
Photos taken March 2020.
The locally maintained CR 85 section ends and the name changes back to Hillside Avenue. The road widens to become a four-lane divided road again. There is an overpass over the Northern Parkway, but there is no entrance or exit. On the other side, there is a traffic light at Glen Cove Road (CR 1). Turn left to go north. Turn right to go south and for access to the parkway.
Photos taken April 2019.
Hillside Avenue ends here, narrowing down to a single lane and merging into Jericho Turnpike (NY 25).
Photos taken April 2019.

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