SCCC Eastern Campus Health
and Wellness Center Groundbreaking
September 28, 2015

Cedar Island Lighthouse-Lantern
chimney and ball installation
August 15, 2015

Meet the Leaders
Legislator Jay Schneiderman
October 8, 2014

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

The video of Legislator Schneiderman and Katy Graves, Superintendent of Sag Harbor School District may be viewed on You Tube by clicking here


It is my honor to serve as Legislator for the Second Legislative District of Suffolk County. Our district is unlike any other. Extending from Montauk to East Moriches, we are the largest geographically and have the highest cost of living. This places a difficult burden on our many seniors and working families. With each passing year, changes threaten our cherished small town way of life and our fragile environment.


Both as East Hampton Town Supervisor, and as your representative in Suffolk County government, I have worked hard to find responsible solutions to our area’s many challenges. In that effort, I have sponsored numerous initiatives aimed at:

  • Improving our health
  • Protecting our environment
  • Safeguarding our children
  • Relieving traffic congestion
  • Cutting taxes
As always, my staff and I are here to assist you in answering any questions about county government, its programs, and anything else that may be important to a constituent. Please feel free to stop by my office on Washington Street in Sag Harbor or call me anytime at (631) 852-8400.



Down Payment Assistance Program
For First-Time Homebuyers

Please be advised that the 2015 Suffolk County Down Payment Assistance Program for first time homebuyers will be starting as of Sept. 21, 2015.

Click Here For Program Guidelines

Applications can be downloaded starting September 21st
by clicking here

The New York State Department of Health has contracted with LogistiCare Solutions, LLC to manage Medicaid non-emergency medical transportation for Medicaid enrollees through Nassau and Suffolk Counties effective July 1, 2015.

Click Here For Some Helpful Information About these Changes

Suffolk County Legislator Jay Schneiderman (I-Montauk) announces extended office hours on weekends his legislative district office will be open on Saturdays from 9:00am to 1:00pm. The intention of the extended office hours is to have a legislative aide assist constituents with county issues on Saturdays. It is a hardship for many constituents who work Monday through Friday that cannot take time off from work that need assistance from their representative in Suffolk County government.

Ticks and Tick Borne Diseases of Suffolk County Publication

Click Here For Some Helpful Information

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
A Reference Manual for Health Care Providers, First Edition, 2013

Click Here For Some Helpful Information









-- Co-sponsored legislation appropriating funds in connection with improvements to CR-41, Springs/Fireplace Road (CP 5582)  (IR 1771-15)

-- Co-sponsored legislation appropriating funds in connection with improvements to CR-40, Three Mile Harbor Road (CP 5542)  (IR 1773-15)

-- Co-sponsored legislation amending the 2015 Capital Budget and Program and appropriating planning funds in connection with Construction of the Riverside Traffic Circle (CP 5557)  (IR 1776-15)

-- Co-sponsored legislation authorizing transfer of surplus cellphones to The Retreat. (IR 1870-15)  (IR 1870-15)


Legislators Break Ground On SCCC Health and Wellness Center Elected leaders joined Suffolk County Community College officials in breaking ground on a new Health and Wellness Center at the school’s Eastern Campus in Riverhead on Sept 28. The 48,000 square-foot building will include a gymnasium, indoor pool, rock-climbing wall and nursing classroom. The cost of the $18 million facility will be split between the state and the county, which designated the necessary funds in its 2013-2015 Capital Project Plan, approved in 2012. “This is a great day for both the college and the surrounding community,” said Legislator Jay Schneiderman. “The construction of the Health and Wellness Center will benefit our economy and enhance recreational opportunities for both the students and the residents of the East End.”