is a village in Nassau County, New York, USA . The population was 19,911 at the 2000 census, but had increased to 29,000 by 2006.
is inside the Town of Hempstead.
Lynbrook is part of the fourth congressional District of New York State, which is currently represented by Democrat Carolyn McCarthy. Lynbrook is also part of New York State Senate District 9, which is currently represented by Republican Dean Skelos. It's also part of the New York State 14th Assembly District, which is represented by Republican Robert Barra, who resides in Lynbrook. Long Island Rail Road service to the New York City boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn is available at the Lynbrook station located at the intersection of Sunrise Highway and Peninsula Boulevard.
. It was later named '''Pearsall's Corners''', after Mr. Pearsall's General Store because this store became a famous stage coach stop for travelers coming from New York City to Long Island. The village was incorporated in 1911. The name "Lynbrook" is derived by dividing "Brooklyn" into its syllables and transposing them, a tribute to the original home of many of the town's turn-of-the-century residents. It is frequently called "Lynbrook, U.S.A.," in recognition of the fact that there is no other town in the United States with the same name.
Since 1911 Lynbrook has been served by the Lynbrook Police Department. The Department provides patrol services 24 hours a day / 7 days a week. The Chief of the Department is Joseph Neve. Since 1879, the Lynbrook Fire Department has served Lynbrook. The department has 6 firehouses around Lynbrook.