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The Suffolk County Department of Health Services promotes wellness and protects the public's health and environment.


Your Opinion Matters, Please Participate!

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The purpose of the Community Member Health Assessment Survey is to get your opinion about health issues that are important in your community.

Together, the County Departments of Health and hospitals throughout Long Island will use the results of this survey and other information to help target health programs in your community.

Please complete only ONE survey per adult (18 years and over). Your responses are anonymous. Thank you for your participation!

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Health News

Ozone Health Advisory For Thursday, May 18, 2017

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has issued an ozone health advisory for the Long Island region.

Aerial Mosquito Larvicide Notice

The Suffolk County Department of Public Works’ Division of Vector Control plans to treat parts of the following salt marshes by helicopter to control mosquito larvae.  Should weather conditions prevent completion of the work, it will be continued on the next suitable day.

Suffolk County Holds “Kick-Off Event” for Healthy Corner Store Project

Suffolk County officials will join representatives from Island Harvest, Sustainable Long Island, and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County for a  “kick off “ event for Suffolk County’s Healthy Corner Store Project, a project which encourages local businesses to distribute and promote fresh, healthful foods to residents who live in communities that lack access to affordable options.

New York State Declares Suffolk County Firematics in Yaphank an Inactive Hazardous Waste Disposal Site

The Suffolk County Department of Health Services received notice on April 26, 2017, that the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) has declared the Suffolk County Firematics Training Facility, located at 676 Pine St. in Yaphank, a Class 2 Superfund Site.

Cyanobacteria Bloom in Agawam Lake in Town of Southampton

Recent sampling performed by SUNY Stony Brook has confirmed the presence of a cyanobacteria bloom, more commonly known as blue–green algae, in Agawam Lake in the Town of Southampton, NY. 

Suffolk County Government

H. Lee Dennison Bldg

100 Veterans Memorial Hwy
P.O. Box 6100
Hauppauge, NY 11788

Riverhead County Center

County Road 51
Riverhead, NY 11901