Glen Cove votes to become an independent city.
World War I begins.
The first mayor and city council were sworn into office.
The Polish National Home on Hendrick Avenue is built.
Poplar Hill, the Frederic B. Pratt estate is completed.
Ladew Leather Works closes.
The rum-runner W T Bell, bound for Glen Cove, went aground at Bayville.
Morgan Park is given as a gift from the Morgan family.
The U.S. Post Office at Glen Cove was built.
World War II begins.
Lt. Tiffany Manning MD, a Glen Cove doctor preparing for the D-Day landings at Normandy is killed in Exercise Tiger.
The New York Yacht Club’s famed Station 10 Closes.
Nikita Khrushchev (1959) and Fidel Castro (1960) stayed at Killenworth.
The Town Theatre was built down the street to its identical sister theatre, the Glen Cove Theatre. It closed in the 1970s.
Glen Cove High School is built.
La Fuerza Unida is formed to look after the cultural needs of the Hispanic community.
Old Post Office is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The state first permits residents of Glen Cove to vote on the local school budget.
The Garvies Point Waterfront Redevelopment is approved.
Glen Cove population is 26,964.