Nassau County is a suburban county located on Long Island, New York. It has a population of approximately 1.3 million people and covers an area of 453 square miles.
Nassau County is home to a number of wealthy enclaves such as Great Neck, Garden City, and Manhasset. However, it also has a diverse population, with many middle-class and working-class neighborhoods.
The county seat of Nassau County is Mineola, and the largest city is the city of Long Beach. Other major municipalities in the county include Hempstead, Freeport, and Glen Cove.
Some of the most popular attractions in the county include the Old Westbury Gardens, the Nassau County Museum of Art, and the Cradle of Aviation Museum. The county is also home to several parks and nature preserves, including Jones Beach State Park and the Hempstead Lake State Park.
Around 10% of people in Nassau County use heating oil.