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Important Information About the September 2022 Cyberattack

On or about September 8, 2022, Suffolk County determined that its systems had been affected by what appeared to be a cyberattack. While the cyber assessment remains ongoing, we believe that the threat actors accessed and/or acquired certain personal information from one or more County agency servers. The County promptly hired multiple cybersecurity firms to conduct an examination to protect employees and residents as well as restore online services.

UPDATE 11/23/2022:

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The County has learned that the Suffolk County Traffic and Parking Violation Agency’s ("TPVA") server was compromised as part of this cyberattack. As a result, certain personal information located on the TPVA server may have been accessed by the criminal actor. If you received a ticket for a moving violation in the Suffolk County Police District, which includes the Towns of Babylon, Brookhaven, Huntington, Islip and Smithtown, that was returnable at Suffolk County’s TPVA between 2013 and September 2022 your driver’s license number may have been accessed by the criminal actor. Similarly, if you showed an ID at Suffolk County’s TPVA (such as a driver’s license or passport) when paying by credit card for a Suffolk County-issued ticket (including a parking ticket), that ID number may have been accessed by the criminal actor. Importantly, TPVA credit card payments are processed by a third party, and thus credit card numbers are not stored on the TPVA server. Additionally, there is no PI on parking tickets, red light camera tickets, or bus camera tickets.

Although the County is not aware of any misuse or intended misuse of your PI as a result of this incident, out of an abundance of caution, the County is offering complimentary identity monitoring services to those individuals who are members of one of the categories listed above through Kroll, a global leader in risk mitigation and response. These services will be available to you at no cost for 12 months.


The investigation into this cyberattack remains ongoing. We will continue to update this website as information becomes available. Please review the additional precautionary measures below that you can take to help protect yourself from becoming a victim of fraud or identity theft.

For more information, please call the County’s 3-1-1 hotline, toll-free, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time. If outside of Suffolk County, please call 631-853-6311.

What Can You Do?

Review Your Accounts and Credit Reports

You should regularly review statements from your accounts and periodically obtain your credit report from one or more of the national credit reporting companies. When you receive your credit report, look it over with care. If you notice anything suspicious – accounts you did not open, inquiries from creditors that you did not initiate, personal information such as a home address or Social Security number that is not accurate – or you see anything you do not understand, call the credit reporting agency at the number listed in the report. If you find fraudulent or suspicious activity in your credit reports, you should promptly report the matter to the proper law enforcement authorities.

Follow the steps recommended below for reporting fraudulent or suspicious activity.

Place a Fraud Alert on your Credit Files

If you are interested in protection against the possibility of identity theft, we recommend that you place a fraud alert on your credit files. A fraud alert conveys a special message to anyone requesting your credit report that you suspect that you may be a victim of fraud. When you or someone else attempts to open a credit account in your name, the lender should take measures to verify that you have authorized the request. A fraud alert should not stop you from using your existing credit cards or other accounts, but it may slow down your ability to get new credit. An initial fraud alert is valid for ninety (90) days. To place a fraud alert on your credit reports, contact one of the three major credit reporting agencies at the appropriate number listed below or via their website. One agency will notify the other two on your behalf. You will then receive letters from the agencies with instructions on how to obtain a free copy of your credit report from each.

Place a Security Freeze on your Credit Reports

New York residents can also consider placing a Security Freeze on their credit reports. A Security Freeze prevents most potential creditors from viewing your credit reports and therefore, further restricts the opening of unauthorized accounts. For more information on placing a security freeze on your credit reports, please go to the New York Department of State Division of Consumer Protection website at https://dos.nysits.acsitefactory.com/consumer-protection.

Remain Vigilant

Even if you do not find signs of fraud on your credit reports, we recommend that you remain vigilant in reviewing your credit reports from the three major credit reporting agencies. You may obtain a free copy of your credit report once every 12 months by visiting www.annualcreditreport.com, calling toll-free 877-322-8228 or by completing an Annual Credit Request Form at: www.ftc.gov/bcp/menus/consumer/credit/rights.shtm and mailing to:

Annual Credit Report Request Service
P.O. Box 1025281
Atlanta, GA 30348-5283

For more information on identity theft, you can visit the following websites:

Below you will find contact information for the County’s various departments and agencies as well as up to date service information. For general inquiries please call Suffolk County 311 by dialing 311 or 631-853-6311.

Elected Officials

Office of County Executive

Steven Bellone was sworn into office as Suffolk County Executive on January 1, 2012. He is the 8th County Executive in County history. He previously served as Babylon Town Supervisor from 2001-2011.

County Executive Bellone, who represents more than 1.5 million residents, has focused his efforts on saving taxpayer dollars through Government Reform, boosting Economic Development to create local and lasting Suffolk County jobs, improving Long Island’s Water Quality to protect the region’s water supply, and enhancing the Quality of Life of Suffolk residents by improving public safety and investing in County parks and roads.

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Community Affairs

Click below to email the County Executives Press Office for all Press related matters:

Press Office


The Comptroller’s Office monitors daily bank balances, makes certain that all cash balances are fully collateralized by our authorized depositories; ensures that all cash transactions, including federal and state aid and sales tax wire deposits are promptly, and accurately, recorded in the County’s ledger and subsequent databases; acts, pursuant to state law, as the custodian of trust and agency monies such as bail, surplus court action, social services, and mortgage tax and community preservation funds; wires all debt services payments, restricts fund for short-term debt, and maintains cash balance data for all capital projects. In addition, this office administers the County’s tax lien sale and tax deed undertakings; and is responsible for the administration, billing, and record keeping of properties covered by bankruptcy proceedings.

General Inquiries

2021 Annual Comprehensive Financial Report

2021 Popular Annual Financial Report

County Clerk

The Suffolk County Clerk's Office continues to develop strategies and systems that promote real-time services and facilitate worldwide communication and access. Our office receives daily inquiries from people nationwide wanting more information and we are more than eager to comply. We are constantly working to strip away layers of bureaucracy, improve access to official records, and streamline operations while containing costs.

The Suffolk County Clerk's office is now open for in-person title searches to allow real estate transactions to proceed. For more information, contact 631-852-2000.

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General Inquiries

SCCO Alerts


District Attorney

Raymond A. Tierney was elected as the Suffolk County District Attorney on November 2, 2021, and assumed office on January 1, 2022. District Attorney Tierney is a career prosecutor, having served more than 27 years as a prosecutor at both the state and federal levels. District Attorney Tierney is an independent prosecutor committed to enforcing the law in an ethical and accountable manner to protect the citizens of Suffolk County.

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General Inquiries

Apply to the Office

Direct Line: 631-852-3185


The responsibilities of the Suffolk County Legislature include: Setting county policy and enacting all local legislation; Adopting all the capital, operating, and college budgets; Authorizing the issuance of debt; Setting fee schedules for certain county services.

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Legislative District 1 - Legislator Al Krupski

Legislative District 2 - Legislator Bridget Fleming

Legislative District 3 - Legislator James F. Mazzarella

Legislative District 4 - Legislator Nick Caracappa

Legislative District 5 - Legislator Kara Hahn

Legislative District 6 - Legislator Sarah S. Anker

Legislative District 7 - Legislator Dominick S. Thorne

Legislative District 8 - Legislator Anthony A. Piccirillo

Legislative District 9 - Legislator Samuel Gonzalez

Legislative District 10 - Legislator Trish Bergin

Legislative District 11 - Legislator Steven J. Flotteron

Legislative District 12 - Legislator Leslie Kennedy

Legislative District 13 - Legislator Robert Trotta

Legislative District 14 - Legislator Kevin J. McCaffrey

Legislative District 15 - Legislator Jason Richberg

Legislative District 16 - Legislator Manuel Esteban Sr.

Legislative District 17 - Legislator Tom Donnelly

Legislative District 18 - Legislator Stephanie Bontempi


Our entire staff works tirelessly to serve and protect our residents through innovative programs to reduce inmate recidivism, by promoting sound fiscal policies and by working cooperatively with law enforcement and community groups throughout the county to improve safety in our jails and our neighborhoods. The Suffolk County Sheriff`s Office also plays a significant role in patrolling our roadways; Sheriff's Deputies are out in force all year long throughout the county. Our innovative Mobile DWI Processing Unit helps us efficiently apprehend suspected drunk and impaired drivers, and has a deterrent effect on anyone contemplating driving while under the influence.

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General Inquiries

Direct Line: 631-852-2200

Departments and Agencies

Office for People with Disabilities (OPWD)

The primary mission of the Suffolk County Office of People with Disabilities is to work for the benefit of Suffolk County's 283,000 people with disabilities. Office responsibilities include: coordinating County services for people with disabilities; developing programs that assist people with disabilities in becoming more self-sufficient; advocating for changes to resolve issues facing the disabled; provide information and referrals for County residents with disabilities; and provide specialized services not available through other County departments. In addition, the Office ensures County government compliance with federal mandates under the American's with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Rehabilitation Act.


The Suffolk County Office for People with Disabilities is continuing to accept and process new and recertified SCAT applications. SCAT cards scheduled to expire from May 15, 2022, (previously extended on a temporary basis until December 31, 2022) will be further extended through March 31, 2023.

As previously noted, the Office for People with Disabilities will not be issuing SCAT cards (the pink cards) to new applicants and to those users who are reapplying. Instead, we will send an eligibility letter containing the date your eligibility for SCAT will expire. Existing cards will continue to be recognized. If asked for identification by a driver, please use your photo ID.

Please be advised that if your eligibility is about to expire or has expired, you must still file a recertification application if you wish for your eligibility to continue beyond March 31, 2023.

If you are on a subscription service that is about to expire or has expired (after May 15, 2022), please call the Suffolk Bus Company Reservations Department at 631-738-1150 and let them know that you would like them to continue your subscription service until March 31, 2023, in accordance with the above policy.

General Inquiries

SCAT Paratransit Application

Suffolk County Police Department

The mission of the Suffolk County Police Department is to provide and maintain a safe environment in which people can live and work. Every member of the Service acknowledges his or her obligation to provide professional services by rendering aid to those in need, providing an environment free from fear, bringing to justice those who violate the law, and protecting all persons and property in accordance with legal and ethical standards.

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Media Inquiries

General Information (Non Emergency)

Traffic and Parking Violations Agency (TPVA)

SCTPVA was created by legislation on April 1, 2013. SCTPVA adjudicates parking summonses, red light safety camera citations, bus safety camera citations, and moving violations in the five western towns of Suffolk County. It is our goal to provide an efficient and expeditious service for adjudication of the above violations.

Guidance as of 02/01/23

If you received a ticket or notice informing you to appear at the Agency on a particular date, you must appear. The doors are open 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Clerk and cashier windows are open at 8:30 a.m. for paying moving violation, parking violations and red light safety camera citations. Use the following resource to make violation payments:

Court dates can be received at the Agency. Pleas of not guilty or guilty can be taken at the Agency. Plea bargains can be requested by using the TPLEAS website if you have been notified you are eligible to use this method. A ticket can be answered at the Agency. All business may be conducted at the Agency.

New dates have been sent or are being sent to people who had a conference date during the limited operation period. Trials are being conducted daily. If you have a trial date, you must appear at the Agency for trial.

If you have a license suspension issue, you may see the clerk between 9:00 and 11:00 any day the Agency is open.

If you have a Red Light Camera Violation or Bus Camera Violation hearing, they are conducted virtually and being held as scheduled.

If you received a TPLEAS / MATTERHORN letter, you can answer your ticket online and conference with the prosecutor on the system.

Office of the Aging

The Suffolk County Office for the Aging is the designated Area Agency on Aging under the Older Americans Act. For over 40 years, Suffolk County Office for the Aging has administered federal, state and county programs for persons 60 years of age and older.

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General Inquiries

Phone #: 631-853-8200

Department of Civil Service

In Suffolk County, administration of the Civil Service Law is carried out under the direction of the Suffolk County Personnel Director. The Suffolk County Department of Human Resources, Personnel and Civil Service is responsible for overseeing personnel actions taken by some 241 employing jurisdictions including towns, school districts, villages, library districts, water districts, etc. Collectively, these jurisdictions employ some 40,000 individuals.

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General Inquiries

Employee Benefits

Other Links:

For a list of the exams, click here.

Police Officers: request applictions via our email address below:


The application fee for Police Officer is $125.00.

Include your name and address, and we will send you an application via regular mail

All applications, other than police officer, use the application link below; it must be mailed with a check for the $40.00 filing fee.

You may pay with a credit card at the Civil Service Office.

If you qualify for a fee waiver, complete the Waiver Form and submit with the application.

Civil Service Application

Applicaion Fee Waiver Request and Cerification Form

Department of Economic Development and Planning

The Department of Economic Development and Planning is privileged to open the doors of our county to you and to introduce you to a place that offers the best for business and the best for life. Rich in history, culture and recreational venues, blessed with outstanding resources for education and scientific research, and possessed of a dynamic economic environment and workforce, Suffolk is an ideal home for any family or business.

Suffolk County Landbank

The Suffolk County Landbank is a quasi-governmental not-for-profit created by the County of Suffolk. We are seeking proposals from web development companies to build a website for the Landbank. Attached please find the Request and associated documents.

Suffolk County Landbank - RFP - Website Services

Suffolk County Landbank - Site samples

Attention Suffolk County Vendors and Businesses. Are you in need of financial assistance? The U.S. Small Business Administration and New York State Empire State Development organizations have low-cost, short-term lending programs that may be able to help. For more information and to apply, visit:



The Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning, Division of Real Property Acquisition and Management, is seeking qualified real estate appraisers to provide consulting services.

The Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning, Division of Real Property Acquisition and Management, is seeking qualified environmental assessment companies to provide consulting services.

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Suffolk County Planning and Environment

Shellfish Aquaculture Lease Program 2023 Lease Application Cycle

Starts: Monday, January 9, 2023

Closes: Friday, February 24, 2023

Starting on January 9th, 2023 the County will start accepting pre-application meeting appointments.

  • Applicants must schedule and attend a pre-application meeting with Dept. staff prior to submitting a Lease Application.
  • Please call Ms. Claudia Fabian of the Division of Planning & Environment @ 631-853-5111 to schedule a pre-application meeting.
  • All pre-application meetings may be scheduled for either 10:00 am or 2:00 pm, Monday thru Friday.
  • All applications must be post marked by February 24th, 2023.

Please find below, hyperlinks to additional information:

For additional information with respect to lease site availability, please contact Mr. Thomas Ralicky at:

Suffolk County Shellfish Aquaculture Lease Program in Peconic Bay and Gardiners Bay, Public Notice and request for written comments on proposed Lease Renewals.

Public Notice

Issue Date: January 19, 2023

Expiration Date: MArch 20, 2023

This Public Notice identifies the three leaseholders that have applied to renew their shellfish aquaculture lease on their existing lease site for an additional ten (10) year term. Pertinent data and information from each of the Lease Renewal Applications, which includes the Lease Site Map ID #, the name of the leaseholder, respective Application Reference #, operation type, name of bay and Township where the lease site is located; and the center point coordinates are provided in the table contained within the Public Notice.

Comments regarding Lease Sites proposed for lease renewals must be prepared in writing and be post marked by March 20, 2023 and include the applicable SCALP reference # or Lease Sites Map ID # and supporting documentation to the maximum extent possible. Those parties raising an objection to a lease renewal based on natural productivity of an area and/or a viable commercial fishery, must send a copy a valid commercial harvester’s license, landings reports or documentation of harvest from the subject harvest area and/or sales receipts, as applicable.

Hard copies of this Public Notice and the lease application summary sheets are available for review at the following locations:

  • Suffolk County Dept. of Economic Development & Planning, Division of Planning & Environment
  • Office of the Suffolk County Clerk
  • NYSDEC, Division of Marine Resources Office
  • Town Clerk Offices:
    • Babylon
    • Brookhaven
    • East Hampton
    • Huntington
    • Islip
    • Riverhead
    • Shelter Island
    • Smithtown
    • Southampton
    • Southold
  • Town Trustee Offices
    • East Hampton
    • Southampton
    • Southold
Suffolk County Foreign-Trade Zone #52

If you import raw materials, components and/or finished products, then Suffolk County’s Foreign-Trade Zone #52 may be a valuable resource for helping you to compete more profitably in the international marketplace.

For more information click HERE, or

Email us at EcoDev@suffolkcountyny.gov, or

Call 631-853-4805

Suffolk County Office of Cultural Affairs and Film announces Cultural Competitive and Emerging Film Festival grant applications

Starts: January 3, 2023

Closes: March 1, 2023, 4:00pm

  • Applicants are required to attend the Grantwriting Workshop on February 1, 2023. Those that cannot attend the workshop at that time, upon request will be sent a unique link to view the workshop online.
  • Applicants are advised to read the Guidelines carefully as there are changes from the 2022 programs.
  • All applications must be submitted via box.com by March 1, 2023 at 4:00 p.m. or delivered via Flash Drive to H. Lee Dennison, 100 Veterans Memorial Highway, Hauppauge, NY 11788 on the same time and date. Flash Drive applications will be accepted at the Plaza level of the building.

Please find below, hyperlinks for Guidelines and Application form:

Please contact our team at SCOCA@Suffolkcountyny.gov.

General Inquiries such; Business Development, Real Estate, Downtown & Transit Oriented Development, etc; 631-853-4800

For the Suffolk County Down Payment Assistance Program, please fill out the following application. Please mail your completed application and required documents to:

Community Development Office
100 Veterans Memorial Highway, 2nd Floor
Hauppauge, NY 11788

You may also drop off your application in person at the above location.

Click here for the application in English. | Click here for the application in Spanish.

Notice of Public Hearing - 2023 Action Plan

HOME-ARP Allocation Plan

Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) Program Year 2021

Gabreski Airport


Community Outreach

Suffolk County Community Development and Housing


Suffolk County Real Estate and Acquisitions

Phone numbers

Planning Division/Aqua Culture/Farmland 631-853-5191

Water Quality 631-853-5705

To reach the Suffolk County Landbank please call 631-853-6330 or email suffolkcountylandbank@gmail.com

Public Notice Landbank Board of Directors Meeting 12-7-2022

Public Notice Landbank Governance Committee Meeting 12-7-2022

Public Notice Landbank Board of Directors Meeting 02-8-2023

Public Notice Landbank Governance Committee Meeting 02-8-2023

Gabreski Airport Noise Complaint Form

Farmland and Open Space Preservation Notifications:

Suffolk County Open Space Letter of Interest: This form is used for a Landowner's preliminary expression of interest in Suffolk County's Open Space Preservation Program. Letters are accepted on an ongoing basis.

Suffolk County Farmland Purchase of Development Rights Acquisition Application: This form is to be completed by landowner(s) expressing interest in selling development rights to Suffolk County. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.

Suffolk County Agricultural Districts Program Application Form: The application form and information about the 2023 Agricultural Districts open enrollment period, as well as, FAQ about the benefits of inclusion in a NYS certified Agricultural District are attached below:

Notice of 2023 Open Enrollment Period

2023 Enrollment Application

FAQ from NYS Dept. of Agriculture & Markets

The Suffolk County Landbank is currently seeking proposals from housing development organizations to acquire and redevelop a two-family home as inclusive, affordable, non-certified housing for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Due November 23rd. Please follow link for the application.

Download Application

Veterans Affairs

Our Veterans Service Agency will regularly provide information on services from housing and career assistance, to academic opportunities, to help ensure you receive all benefits to which you are entitled. VSA staff do not currently have access to their county email or telephone systems. Please use the link below to communicate with VSA and a message will be given to your VSA or the VSO who will be assigned to contacting you. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate this unusual, but temporary situation.

2023 Suffolk County Marathon Grant Application

Application Due Date: 4:30 p.m., February 20, 2023

A digital or physical copy of the completed application and required attachments must be received by 4:30 p.m. on Monday, February 20th by the Suffolk County Veterans' Services Agency in order to be considered for Marathon Funds.

Download the Fillable Grant Application

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General Inquiries

631-853-8387 (VETS)

631-853-8390 (fax)

Department of Social Services

The mission of the Department of Social Services is to provide financial assistance and support services to eligible Suffolk County residents in a cost effective and efficient manner, simultaneously protecting the vulnerable while encouraging their independence and self-sufficiency.

HEAP Program

  • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) can help eligible Suffolk County residents heat their homes.
  • HEAP applications for the 2022-2023 HEAP season will be available on November 1st, 2022.
  • You can apply for HEAP benefits online at mybenefits.ny.gov or by accessing one of Suffolk County Department of Social Services centers.
  • Please note that the department cannot accept 2022-2023 HEAP Applications prior to November 1st, 2022, and prior versions of the HEAP application cannot be accepted.

HEAP (Home Energy Assistance Program) phone number: 631-853-8820 or 631-853-8825

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General Inquiries


DSS Burial Assistance applications are being accepted via phone. Please call 631-854-9856.

From the NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA)

Skimming of SNAP benefits

OTDA has been made aware of instances of unauthorized use of SNAP benefits. Please see the document here for ways to protect yourself.

If you notice any signs that a skimmer may be in use:

  • Alert the retailer and do not use your EBT card to make a purchase.
  • Regularly review your account balance.
  • If you identify any suspicious activity:
    • Contact the Suffolk County Department of Social Services fraud unit immediately at 631-854-9815.
    • Immediately report your card as stolen by calling the 24/7 EBT Customer Service Helpline at 1-888-328-6399 and a request a replacement card.
    • You can also report your card stolen and order a new card by visiting www.connectebt.com or through the ConnectEBT mobile app.

Update 9/21/2022

Suffolk County has partnered with New York State to process SNAP and Temporary Assistance benefit applications. The state has provided the necessary hardware to allow the Department of Social Services to begin to process new applications in a safe and secure way. While applicants may experience a slight delay, the department's goal is to process all new applications within the prescribed 30 day time frame. SNAP cases will be processed in date order.

There has been no impact to individuals who have already been previously approved to receive benefits.

Want to Become a Foster Parent?

Call (631) 854-9454 or (631) 853-KIDS (5437) or click here for our Online Inquiry Form.

Are you someone who enjoys parenting and is willing to share your home, time and energy with children who need an extra helping of love? In addition to receiving extensive training and reimbursement to help with the expenses while a child is in your home, you can also expect the many rewards becoming a foster parent brings, such as, a sense of accomplishment, the chance to help children feel good about themselves, pride in doing a meaningful and important job, the chance to meet and work with new people, and the opportunity to make a lifetime of difference in a relatively short period of time.

Children come into foster care for a variety of reasons including the illness, death, or incarceration of their parents or as a result of neglectful or abusive family situations. Social Services relies on foster families to provide a safe, loving, temporary family for these children who cannot live with their own families. A child's stay in foster care may be as short as overnight of as long as it takes to achieve a permanent plan for the child.


CPS (Child Protective Services)

Child Abuse Reporting Hotline: 1 (800) 342-3720

The CPS Bureau investigates reports of alleged child abuse and/or maltreatment made to the New York State Central Register via the toll free number provided above, pertaining to residents of Suffolk County. All calls remain confidential.

The Bureau also arranges for ongoing child protective and rehabilitative services to the child and the family.

For more information, please visit the NYS Office of Children & Family Service’s website at https://ocfs.ny.gov/programs/cps.

Child Support Enforcement Bureau (CSEB)

Persons With an Existing Child Support Order:

If you have a Child Support Order payable through the Support Collection Unit (SCU), please call: Child Support HELPLINE: 1(888) 208-4485

Automated service available 24 hours/7 days a week

Workers available 9AM - 5PM, M-F
TTY: 1(866) 875-9975
Or visit: childsupport.ny.gov

Custodial Parent Seeking a Child Support Order - CSEB Intake Unit:

If you applied for Temporary Assistance and do not yet have Child Support Order, Please call:

Child Support Enforcement Bureau
(631) 854-3281
8AM-4PM, M-F

For more information, please visit the NYS Office of Temporary & Disability Assistance’s website at https://childsupport.ny.gov/DCSE/homepage.

Real Property Tax Service Agency

Most of the services provided by the Agency are at its Riverhead location where there is an owner index and tax map information with a pleasant staff to assist you on your quest. The Tax Map Division has the responsibility and is the sole authority responsible for creating and maintaining the tax maps of Suffolk County. Verification is a procedure that helps to maintain the most current information on each tax map parcel and is required by law prior to recording of many documents.

Public Tax Map Information


From the white sand on the south shore to the bluffs to our north there's always something to do in our parks. Beaches, boat launches, hiking trails, campsites, and golf courses all await you! Take a look at our activities and amenities to see what is available in our county park locations.

Parks Reservations/Online Transactions


Suffolk County Department of Parks is currently accepting resumes for seasonal openings in its Endangered Species Protection Program for the UPCOMING season. The positions involve helping to manage nesting shorebirds (piping plovers and least terns) at seventeen sites throughout Suffolk County. Candidates will gain an intimate knowledge of bird behavior and of the unique management issues their presence creates.

Information sheet and required qualifications

There is no application, send letter of interest and resume to Diana.Lynch@suffolkcountyny.gov by the March 1, 2023, deadline.

Additional Seasonal Hunting Information


The Suffolk County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation offers opportunities for falconry for Suffolk County residents only. The Falconry season runs from November 1, 2022-February 28, 2023.

Information on Falconry

Racoon Hunting

Suffolk County Department of Parks, as part of its continuing effort to provide diversified hunting opportunities for our Suffolk sportsmen, will be providing limited raccoon hunting in Suffolk County Parklands. The hunting season runs from February 1-February 25, 2023.

Information on Racoon Hunting

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General Inquiries

Vendors, Payables and Orders

Parks Personnel

Licensees, Concessionaires and Municipalities

Phone #: 631-854-4949

2023 Board of Trustees Meeting Schedule

Department of Labor, Licensing, and Consumer Affairs

The Department of Labor, Licensing and Consumer Affairs promotes the health, safety and economic well-being of both the business community and public alike. Quality job training, job development, placement and supportive services are provided for the unemployed, underemployed and public assistance population of Suffolk County.

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Employment/Job Related Inquiries

Licensing/Consumer Affairs (weights and measures)

Community Org/Community Based hiring

Grants/finance/personnel (NYS contact)

Suffolk County Planning, Licensing, Preservation and Development Citizen Portal

Due to technical issues we are unable to take online payments until further notice.

Consumer Affairs: Please mail your new applications or renewals to P.O. BOX 6100, Hauppauge, NY 11788-0099 or please stop by our lobby at Building 17, 725 Veterans Memorial Hwy, Smithtown, NY 11788, which is open 8:30am-4pm Monday-Friday.

Medical Examiner

The Suffolk County Office of the Medical Examiner is a multi-agency accredited forensic science resource. Using both national and internationally approved standards of science, we strive to improve the public health, safety, and wellbeing of our residents.

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Fire Rescue & Emergency Services

The Suffolk County Department of Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services (FRES) is committed to serving both the 1.5 million residents of Suffolk County and the over 10,000 emergency responders who are dedicated to saving lives and protecting property.

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All Emergency Management Related Matters

All Administrative Matters

All Fire Marshal Related Matters

All Communication Related Matters

Click here for the SERVES Program Guidance.

Click here for the Fire Extinguisher License Board (FELB) applications.

In addition, the FRES non-emergency resource request process remains active. Requests must be submitted through the following link: https://surveymonkey.com/r/fres2022REQ.

Health Services

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

2022 Directory of Behavioral Health Services

The New York State 911 Good Samaritan Law allows people to call 911 without fear of arrest if they are having a drug or alcohol overdose that requires emergency medical care or if they witness someone overdosing. https://www.health.ny.gov/diseases/aids/general/opioid_overdose_prevention/good_samaritan_law.htm#:~:text=The%20New%20York%20State%20911,if%20they%20witness%20someone%20overdosing.

Diabetes Prevention Classes

Learn to be Tobacco-Free - Tobacco Cessation Classes

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General Inquiries

Restaurant inspections, General Sanitation, and Nuisances

Wastewater Related Inquiries

Children's Single Point of Access

Adult Single Point of Access

Septic Improvement Grant Program

Guidance to Schools and Daycares

Health Services Commissioner's Office: 631-854-0107

Services for Children with Special Needs: 631-853-3130

Division of Public Health/Division of Patient Care/Division of Public Health Nursing/Office of Minority Health: 631-854-0000

WIC Program:

WIC Administration: 631-853-3014

Amityville WIC: 631-854-1033 or 631-854-1034

Brentwood WIC: 631-853-3440 or 631-853-3423

Coram WIC: 631-854-2237 or 631-854-2238

Greenlawn WIC: 631-854-4440 or 631-854-4438

Patchogue WIC: 631-854-1219 or 631-854-1216

Riverhead WIC: 631-852-1811 or 631-852-3589

Shirley WIC: 631-852-1025 or 631-852-1026

Southampton WIC: 631-852-1039

Wyandanch WIC: 631-854-1719 or 631-854-1792

Division of Community Mental Hygiene Services: (631) 853-8532

Division of Emergency Medical Services (EMS): 631-852-5080

Division of Environmental Quality (DEQ):

Septic Haulers Information Portal (SHIP): 631-852-5536

Office of Water Resources: 631-852-5810

Office of Pollution Control: 631-854-2501

Beach Hotline: 631-852-5822

Bureau of Public Health Protection (PHP): 631-852-5999

Office of Health Education/Tobacco Enforcement: 631-853-3147

Minority Affairs

The mission of Minority Affairs is to address the needs of African-American Advisory Board, Hispanic Advisory Board, Asian-American Advisory Board, Muslim-American Advisory Board, Jewish Advisory Board, and other minority residents of Suffolk County. We have established a quarterly roundtable meeting of the advisory chairpersons who collectively develop an annual report of findings and recommendations which could impact policy and government regulations. This report will be presented to the County Executive. The Boards will collaborate on an Economic Development project to help stimulate growth in our economy.

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General Inquiries

Suffolk County Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (M/WBE), Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Certification Program

The M/WBE SDVOSB program works to promote fairness and equity by enabling M/WBEs SDVOSB to improve their capacity, connect to opportunities, and positively contribute to the local economy.

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Mail completed application to:

Suffolk County Office of Minority Affairs
100 Veterans Memorial Highway, 3rd Floor
P.O. Box 6100
Hauppauge, New York 117788-0099

Women's Services

The Office of Women’s Services is a county agency that serves women in all walks of life, at all times and passages in their lives. This is done through a number of services most are free and all are available to everyone.

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Youth Bureau

The mission of the Suffolk County Youth Bureau is to successfully meet the needs of Suffolk County Youth, under the age of 21, by ensuring effective countywide planning, thoughtful development, and efficiency in the management of resources necessary to sustain the County’s youth service system.

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Employee Medical Health Plan of Suffolk County

The County created the Employee Medical Health Plan of Suffolk County (EMHP) in 1991, through collective bargaining with its then nine (9) municipal labor unions (there are currently ten (10) municipal labor unions), by legislative resolution, with an effective starting date of January 1, 1992. County employees have the option of being covered by the EMHP or one of the Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO) offered.

The EMHP currently covers active employees, retirees, dependent survivors, employees on leave of absence, self-paying faculty, terminated vested, union benefit fund employees and COBRA participants.

General Inquiries

Direct Line: 631-853-4866

BCBS: https://empireblue.com/emhp

ExpressScripts: https://Express-scripts.com/login

Beacon Health: https://www.achievesolutions.net/Suffolk

Optum Mental Health/SUD: https://www.liveandworkwell.com/content/en/member.html

Public Works

The Department of Public Works constructs, maintains and operates county properties and designs, constructs and maintains county roads, sewerage systems, buildings and other facilities, such as waterways, bridges, docks and marinas. In addition, the department is responsible for the operation of the Suffolk County Transit System as well as controlling mosquitoes that transmit disease and impact the enjoyment of outdoor activities.

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General Inquiries

Highway Maintenance

Highway Permits

LDSA List Information for 2022-2025

Sewer Billing

Vector Control

Board of Elections

The Suffolk County Board of Elections, located at 700 Yaphank Avenue, Yaphank, NY is a bipartisan agency responsible for all aspects of the electoral process.

More information on Suffolk County Board of Elections and Election Day

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Mail: PO Box 700, Yaphank, NY 11980 Email:BOEinfo@suffolkcountyny.gov
Phone: 631-852-4500 Fax: 631-852-4590

Election Day is November 8th, 2022. Early Voting is from October 29th to November 6th. Visit the New York state Board of Elections at https://voterlookup.elections.ny.gov for early voting and general election poll site locations until the Board’s webpage is restored.

Absentee ballot applications may be submitted online at https://absenteeballot.elections.ny.gov or may be made by a signed written request or application by email, mail or fax to the Suffolk Board.

Accessible absentee ballots may be requested for those who are visually impaired online at https://absenteeballot.elections.ny.gov/home/accessible. Accessible voters in need of printing services in order to print their ballot can access such services at libraries, print stores, shipping stores, and office supply stores.

Voters with disabilities may also vote in person using a Ballot Marking Device during early voting and on election day at all poll sites.

Suffolk County Board of Ethics

Suffolk County Board of Ethics is charged with the oversight of conflicts of interest in County government. The Board administers and enforces the County code of ethics through advice, investigating complaints and issuing violations.

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Phone #: 631-854-0022

Board of Ethics Solicitation for Judicial Hearing Officer.

2023 Financial Disclosure Statement Exhibit A

Soil & Water Conservation District

The diverse scope of expertise and knowledge of the District has rendered the department an asset to the County’s goal to protect and preserve natural resources. The District’s dedication has been established by increased assistance provided to the agricultural community, private landowners and municipalities and by the many partnerships we established with various local, county, state and federal governmental agencies.

General Inquiries

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