Smithtown Engineering Department 124 W Main St, Smithtown, NY11787 Under Town Engineer Ted Sanford, the Engineering Department reviews commercial and residential site plans. The…More Department surveys roads and other town-owned properties regularly and makes recommendations for those roads, drainage projects and other public improvements. They also inspect engineering aspects of town construction projects.
Smithtown Comptroller's Office 40 Maple Ave, Smithtown, NY11787 Under Town Comptroller Anthony A. Minerva, the office assists and advises the supervisor and town board on the town's…More financial affairs. The department disburses town funds in accordance with the budget, audits all claims for payment, prepares the town's payroll, invests town funds and secures loans. The office works in conjunction with the town assessor and the receiver of taxes and is responsible for maintaining official town financial records.
State of NY Assembly Member Office 50 Route 111, Smithtown, NY11787 Michael J. Fitzpatrick has been representing the 7th Assembly District, which consists of the town of Smithtown and…More parts of Islip and Brookhaven townships since November 2002. Prior to being elected to the New York State Assembly, Mr. Fitzpatrick was a 15-year member of Smithtown Town Council, from 1988 - 2003.
Smithtown Department of Public Safety 65 Maple Ave, Smithtown, NY11787 Chief John Valentine oversees the town divisions of emergency management, fire prevention, investigations, park ranger,…More water and navigation. Many of these divisions operate 24 hours each day to ensure the constant safety of all Smithtown residents. The department also managers the ICE (in case of emergency) campaign, which urges residents to turn their cell phones into a source of information during serious accidents, crimes and disasters.
Smithtown Building Department 99 W Main St, Smithtown, NY11787 The building department enforces the New York State Building Code and implements the zoning regulations adopted by the…More town. It issues permits for new construction, additions and alterations. This department is also responsible for inspecting construction in progress and completing certificates of occcupancy. Town, village and state building codes can be found on its website, along with applications for commercial and residential permits and a link to request an inspector.
Smithtown Highway Department 758 Smithtown Byp, Smithtown, NY11787 The Smithtown Highway Department is responsible for maintaining and improving over 470 miles of roads, drainage systems,…More recharge basins, sidewalks, driveways and curbs in the Smithtown area. With a fleet of approximately 200 vehicles, the department annually undertakes $4 million worth of projects, in addition to regular snow and ice removal, patching, street sweeping and leaf cleanup.
Smithtown Town Clerk 99 W Main St, Smithtown, NY11787 The Town Clerk's Office maintains custody of all vital town records and documents official town government activities.…More Smithtown Town Clerk and Registrar Vincent Puleo also oversees the storage of other important Smithtown information, including committee minutes, ordinances, resolutions, contracts, agreements, insurance certificates, bonds, licenses, special assessments, annexations and oaths of offices. Smithtown residents elect the Town Clerk to four-year terms. Clerk Puleo can be reached at <a href="mailto:">email@example.com</a>.
Smithtown Fire Department 100 Elm Ave, Smithtown, NY11787 Founded in 1908, the Smithtown Fire Department is a voluntary organization whose mission is to "provide the highest…More quality fire, rescue and emergency medical services to the residents of Smithtown and the surrounding communities." Under Chief Charles Duffy, the department's nine companies are ready to respond rapidly to emergencies 24 hours a day.
Town Hall 99 W Main St, Smithtown, NY11787 Town Hall acts as the central administrative office of the community, and is home to Smithtown's building, engineering,…More highway, personnel, purchasing, recreation and senior citizens departments, the town attorney, parks, buildings and grounds, water district, assessor's office, comptroller's office and more. For additional information, call the number or visit the website provided.
Suffolk County - County Legislature 725 Veterans Hwy, Smithtown, NY11787 Suffolk County has a legislative office in Smithtown. It performs duties in legislative assembly for the passing,…More amendment and repeal of county laws. Please contact the office for information or if you are a constituent and you have a question or concern.
Village of Head of the Harbor 500 Route 25a, Saint James, NY11780 The Village of Head of the Harbor has a central office at 500 Route 25 for the mayor, village clerk, treasurer, village…More attorney, court and civil departments. The village was incorporated in 1928. Its mayor is Natale Tartamella.
Since 1980, the Smithtown Youth Bureau has been dedicated to creating social conditions that promote the well-being…More of Smithtown's children, youth and families through many different services and programs. </p>
<p>The Bureau plans and supports anti-bullying initiatives, leadership development activities and prevention programs. Executive Director Patsy Hirschhorn and her staff also administer the Parent Resource Center, which offers workshops and activities to help parents through all stages of their children's lives.</p>
<p>The Bureau is always seeking interested high-school-age residents to participate in a town-wide youth council. <b><br /></b></p>
Smithtown Office of the Assessor 40 Maple Ave, Smithtown, NY11787 Town Assessor Greg Hild and his staff enforce the assessment policies and procedures dictated by the New York State…More Real Property Tax Law. The department is responsible for determining and maintaining assessments, property inventory records and identifying ownership interest on approximately 43,000 town parcels. The department also communicates essential assessment information to taxpayers, appraisers, bankers, realtors, attorneys and others and administers real property tax exemptions to eligible property owners. The appraisal staff annually reviews and evaluates building permits for inventory or assessment changes.
Smithtown Town Council 99 W Main St, Smithtown, NY11787 Town Council members Thomas J. McCarthy, Edward R. Wehrheim, Robert J. Creighton and Kevin J. Malloy work with Town…More Supervisor Patrick R. Vecchio to build the Smithtown community. Council members participate in formal meetings twice monthly, during which they may enact ordinances, manage budget and personnel matters, oversee townwide planning and zoning and establish recreation areas. Residents elect council members every four years. Each member serves as a liaison for particular departments under the town's jurisdiction and keeps part-time office hours to respond to resident inquiries.
State of New York Senate Office 260 E Main St, Smithtown, NY11787 Senator John J. Flanagan was first elected in 2002 and was subsequently reelected in 2004, 2006 and 2008 to…More represent the Second Senate District, which includes the entire Town of Smithtown and portions of the Town of Brookhaven and the Town of Huntington. Senator Flanagan has tackled many issues during his candidacy but has most aggressively fought for the issue of tax burden relief on Long Island. He served as the ranking member of the Ways and Means Committee, was active in implementing the STAR Rebate Program and has authored legislation that grants firefighters and emergency workers an expanded real property tax exemption on their homes. Flanagan currently serves as the Ranking Republican Member of the Education Committee.
Smithtown Personnel Department 65 Maple Ave, Smithtown, NY11787 Eileen K. Tropea and her department ensure that the town's hiring practices comply with the rules and regulations of the…More Suffolk County Department of Civil Service. The department manages the employee benefits program for current and retired employees and oversees the town's collective bargaining agreements and labor relations program. The Town Office of Handicapped Services is also administered by the Personnel Department.
Island Public Affairs 277 Indian Head Rd, Kings Park, NY11754 Island Public Affairs is a governmental affairs organization. It represents elected and non-elected officials…More in local, state and federal government agencies. It also helps clients gain access to government officials and provides bill tracking and related services. Its staff brings many years of combined local government experience.
Suffolk County Legislator Lynne C. Nowick chairs the county's Parks and Recreation Committee and serves on the…More Economic Development, Higher Education and Energy and the Ways and Means Committees in addition to participating in other county programs. She represents the 13th Legislative District, which includes Smithtown, Fort Salonga, Kings Park, San Remo, Nissequogue, Head of the Harbor and St. James, as well as parts of Commack and East Northport.</p>
Smithtown Traffic Safety Department 40 Maple Ave, Smithtown, NY11787 Under Director Mitchell Crowley, the Traffic Safety Department designs, installs and maintains of all street lights,…More signs, traffic signals and pavement markings on Smithtown's roads. This department also compiles studies on road conditions, capacities speeds and accident history and makes recommendations to Town officials on traffic safety improvement.
Superintendent of Recreation Thomas J. McCaffery and his staff provide an assortment of leisure and recreational…More activities for residents of the Smithtown community. In addition to offering a variety of athletic camps, playground programs, cultural workshops and local trips, the department sponsors a family concert series at Hoyt Farm. The annual Recreation Guide is mailed to all residents and is also available at the Smithtown Library, Town Hall and online.</p>
<p>This office sells permits that allow use of the local pool and golf course as well as a discount at Smithtown recreation facilities. The office is closed during the months of December, January and February.</p>
Smithtown Environmental & Waterways Department 124 W Main St, Smithtown, NY11787 The Department of Environment and Waterways (DEW) analyzes the environmental impact of all public and private…More projects and makes environmental recommendations to the Town Board. The Department initiates environmental improvement projects regarding erosion control, wildlife habitat improvement, drainage systems, shellfish seeding programs and woodland restoration. Environmental Protection Director Russell K. Barnett and his team also implement recycling campaigns, promoting responsible waste management among community members. The recycling calendar and other disposal guides can be found on the department's Web site.
Smithtown Senior Citizens Department 420 E Main St, Smithtown, NY11787 The Senior Citizens Department offers a variety of services for Smithtown seniors including daily lunches, athletic…More activities, craft classes and monthly trips. It also oversees the Meals on Wheels program and other services like the residential repair program, which helps seniors deal with minor home fixes. The department also sponsors a low-cost transportation service that brings seniors to medical appointments, the mall and other shopping areas in the township. To take part in the transportation program, residents must call 631-265-8811 or 631-265-8826 at least one week in advance to reserve space. The fee is $1 each way.
Smithtown Planning and Community Development 99 W Main St, Smithtown, NY11787 The Planning and Community Development Department works with the Town Board, Planning Board, and Board of Zoning…More Appeals. It offers advice on present and future land use, transportation, demographics and community facilities. The community development activities of the office are federally funded and include low interest loans to income qualified home owners for certain home repairs. The department is also responsible for administering various types of zoning and development applications such as variances, special use permits, subdivisions, commercial site and facade alteration approvals, flood hazard permits, coastal development permits, zoning petitions, permits to build on lots lacking access, wireless facility permits, miscellaneous waivers, and extensions under director Frank DeRubeis.
Smithtown Office of the Supervisor 99 W Main St, Smithtown, NY11787 The supervisor acts as Smithtown's chief fiscal and executive officer, overseeing and approving the town budget,…More creating committees and presiding over the town council. Patrick R. Vecchio is the current town supervisor. He holds the title of longest presiding supervisor in New York State. Vecchio is a former assistant director of special investigations for the New York State Tax Department, a former detective sergeant in the New York City Police Department and a veteran of the United States Army.
State of New York Mental Health Office of Community Residences i 15 Pine St, Saint James, NY11780 The State of New York Mental Health Office of Community Residences in St. James provides mental aid services…More to area residents. Its office addresses psychological distress in citizens, referring them to psychotherapy specialists. It additionally maintains community residences and halfway houses for the mentally ill.
Smithtown Horizons Counseling & Education Center 124 W Main St, Smithtown, NY11787 Horizons Counseling and Education Center is a non-profit agency providing professional adolescent and adult counseling,…More prevention services, and parenting workshops for the Smithtown community. It serves residents facing substance abuse problems and other damaging addictions and all services are confidential. Daytime and evening counseling groups are available by appointment only. Fees are based on a sliding scale and private insurance is accepted.
Suffolk County Police Department 4th Precinct 345 Old Willets Path, Smithtown, NY11787 Under Commanding Officer Inspector James Rhoads, 4th precinct officers patrol and provide other police services to the…More political subdivisions of the Town of Smithtown and the incorporated villages of the Branch, Islandia, and Lake Grove. Included in this precinct area are certain border areas of the Towns of Huntington, Islip and Brookhaven.
Thomas Conoscenti & Associates 7 Canterbury Ln, Nesconset, NY11767 Thomas Conoscenti & Associates is a full-service economic consulting firm based in the Nesconset area of Long…More Island. The firm specializes in urban and regional economics as well as public finance and management consulting for business and government clients.
Nissequogue Fire Department 643 Moriches Rd, Saint James, NY11780 Established in 1974, the Nissequogue Fire Department is operated by volunteers. It offers fire prevention, response and…More recovery services for residents of the Village of Nissequogue. It welcomes volunteers and donations.
Craig, Fitzsimmons & Michaels 20 Manor Rd, Smithtown, NY11787 Craig, Fitzsimmons & Michaels is a certified public accounting firm that specializes in providing financial services…More for non-profit organizations. Current clients include Catholic organizations, fire companies and government agencies.