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The Village of Brookville is a village located within the town of Oyster Bay in Nassau County, New York, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the village population was 3,465.
Half of New York Institute of Technology's 1,050 acre Old Westbury campus is located in the Village of Brookville. The village is the home of LIU Post, the largest campus of the private Long Island University system. The Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School is also located in the village. Brookville is partially served by Locust Valley Central School District, with greater majority served by the Jericho Union Free School District along with most of Muttontown and Jericho.
BusinessWeek dubbed Brookville the wealthiest town in America.
Daniel H. Serota is the current mayor.
Brookville is located at 40°48′55″N 73°34′12″W (40.815199, −73.570058).
According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of 4.0 square miles (10 km2), all land.
The geographic Village of Brookville was formed in two stages. When the village was incorporated in 1931, it consisted of a long, narrow tract of land that was centered along Cedar Swamp Road (Route 107). In the 1950s, the northern portion of the unincorporated area then known as Wheatley Hills was annexed and incorporated into the village, approximately doubling the village's area to its present 2,650 acres (1,070 ha).
When the town of Oyster Bay purchased what is now Brookville from the Matinecocks in the mid-17th century, the area was known as Suco's Wigwam.