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Construction is expected to begin in Mid-April and last until Mid-June with solar panels being installed in the dog pen area. Intermittent closures will take place in parking areas and on walkways.
Parts of the parking lot located at 970 Peconic Lane in Peconic will be closed off to the public for drainage and new asphalt work during April and May. You will be directed to park in different areas of the parking lot as well as in the Community Center.
FREE BRUSH DISPOSAL IN APRIL
To assist residents with their spring yard waste cleanup, the normal tip fees for brush disposal at the Cutchogue Compost Facility will be waived for residential vehicles for the period April 1, 2019 through April 30, 2019. &am...
Parts of the parking lot will be closed off to the public for drainage, curbing and paving work during April and May. It is recommended that Pike Street Parking Lot be used as much as possible during this time.
Motorists should expect weekday daytime traffic shift on State Route 25 in the Town of Southold, Suffolk County.
Public comment is welcome on the proposed new affordable housing fund. Please feel free to contact Supervisor Russell at 631-765-1889 with any questions or input.
Supervisor Russell will continue to offer evening hours as well as weekend hours to residents. Please feel free to contact the Supervisor’s Office at (631)765-1889 to make an appointment.
Rental Permit Instructions and Application
Effective April 1, 2019, a new NY State law requires all NEW or REPLACEMENT smoke alarms in New York State to be powered by a 10-year, sealed, non-removable battery, or hardwired to the home.
CUTCHOGUE RECYCLING CENTER MOVES TO 3-STREAM RECYCLING:
See video on Southold Government Channel 22 for details
As you may have heard, Long Island is in a recycling crisis. Due to changing market conditions, mixed “single stream&rdqu...
Contact Denis Noncarrow for reservations.
Southold Town Economic Development Committee has teamed up with the Stony Brook Small Business Development Center Services and Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library to bring the business community seminars to support business start-up and expansion. We welco...