231 Voice Road,
Carle Place, New York 11514
Carle Place is a hamlet (and census-designated place) in Nassau County, New York, United States. As of 2000 (according to the Census) the CDP population was 5,247. Carle Place is an unincorporated area of the Town of North Hempstead.
The villages bordering Carle Place are Mineola, Garden City, Old Westbury, and Westbury. Carle Place also borders East Garden City, an unincorporated area of the Town of Hempstead.
The hamlet draws its name from the Carle House - a 32-room house built by Silas Carle in Westbury in the 1800s. It was called the "Carle Place", and the surrounding area later took the name. An early name (and still-current nickname) for the region is Frog Hollow. As a result, the local high school's sports teams are called the Frogs and the school colors are green and white. Legend has it that as New York City residents and friends of Carle visited Silas Carle, Long Island Railroad conductors would announce"everyone getting off for Carle's Place to get off the train is how the name Carle Place evolved.
Carle Place has its own school district, which includes small parts of Westbury and Mineola, but is still one of the smallest in New York state. The primary school "Cherry Lane", the elementary school "Rushmore", and the secondary school called "Carle Place Middle School/High School" adjoin each other on one campus.