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County Executive Steve Bellone in partnership with the Rocky Point School District launched a groundbreaking effort to alert parents to the dangers of substance abuse. Parents accessing their children’s grades online will first watch a public service announcement on Suffolk’s Drug Epidemic.
Click here to view the PSA
Click here for more information on the awareness campaign
Effective July 1, 2014, the Department of Health Services Office of Wastewater Management will be implementing a new process for submitting residential, subdivision and commercial wastewater permit applications.
Click here for more information and visit www.suffolkcountyny.gov/wastewaterpermits for updated applications and guidance.
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Nitrogen pollution is public enemy number one for our bays, waterways, drinking supply and the critical wetlands and marshes that protect us from natural disasters like Super Storm Sandy. This is not a problem that can be solved by one level of government or through one funding source.
Listen to Steve Bellone address nearly 10,000 Residents in his Tele-Town Hall address.
We need your help to improve Suffolk County’s water quality by getting the word out about Nitrogen pollution and being SepticSmart! The goal of the contest is to communicate the Nitrogen pollution issue and illustrate ways that target audiences such as homeowners, gardeners, farmers and others can improve water quality by changing simple behaviors. We are looking for film or video submissions. Click here for contest info and rules.
Update on Sampling for Chemicals/Asbestos Found in Soil, in English y en Espanol
Frequently asked questions about asbestos and dust in outdoor air. Available in English and Spanish, and our drinking water. In English and Spanish
Safety Tips for Outdoor Cooking and Campfires
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Probationers can now make their fee payments online using a credit card- MasterCard, Visa and Discover accepted. All information necessary for making the online payment is available on the monthly invoice.
Payments can be made by clicking Online Services and
Pay My Probation Fees.
Click here to pay directly
Rip currents are powerful currents of water moving away from the shore.
Signs that a rip current is present are very subtle and difficult for the average beachgoer to identify. Look for differences in the water color, water motion, incoming wave shape or breaking point compared to adjacent conditions. What can people do if caught in a rip current? Click here to learn how to protect yourself and your family.
County Executive Steve Bellone in partnership with Legislator Monica Martinez, NYIT & Suffolk County P.A.L. and volunteer organizations will offer evening summer youth activities to children who reside in Brentwood, Central Islip & North Bay Shore.
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone Encourages Residents to Buy Local & Attend Your Neighborhood Farmers Market!
For WIC and SNAP participating Farmers Markets, click here.
For special discounts through the Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program for eligible women, infants, and children, call Suffolk County WIC at (631) 853-3014 or the Office of the Aging at (631) 853-8200.
You can now quickly and securely access your sewer billing account information online and pay! Please visit us at https://www.paymysewerbill.com and have your sewer bill available when registering for the first time.
For questions or additional information you may contact customer service directly at: (631)852-4060 or (631)852-4061
Connecting to all the programs for existing companies, start-ups and those that wish to relocate to Suffolk County.
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Suffolk County is updating its Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan. This Plan enables participating jurisdictions to be eligible for federal grants to rebuild stronger and better after disasters have struck. Please visit the website for the current Plan at www.suffolkcountyny.gov/respond and provide your input and comments into the update process through on-line questionnaires.
There’s an App for that. The PulsePoint mobile app alerts CPR-trained bystanders to someone nearby having a sudden cardiac arrest that may require CPR.
Click here to learn more.
This terminal is a one-stop-shop for Suffolk County residents and business owners to access information regarding the permit process, submit online applications and track a permit’s progress. The goal of this terminal is to streamline and modernize the permitting process in Suffolk County facilitating economic development. This is just the beginning....
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Click here to view the: PUBLIC INFORMATION FOR EMERGENCY EVENTS web page.
The Suffolk County Office of Emergency Management will provide instructions and
Information for Suffolk County Residents on this web page as needed during
Significant Emergency Events
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To report an accessibility problem, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (631) 853-3648.
ASBESTOS/DUST EXPOSURE/CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS/DRINKING WATER
Updated - Bulletin #2, In English and Spanish
Bulletin #1 - Asbestos and Dust in outdoor air, in English and Spanish, and our drinking water. In English and Spanish.
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