The Northport Farmers Market began its 2021 season on Saturday, June 5.
It is held every Saturday from 8am to 12:30pm, rain or shine, in the Cow Harbor parking lot adjacent to the docks at the end of Main St.
Masks are not required for those fully vaccinated against Covid-19. Masks are required for all others.
The market will continue weekly through November 20.
The New York State Department of Environmental Protection has published maps detailing various areas in the vicinity of Asharoken that are seasonally certified or uncertified for shellfish harvesting. The maps are viewable directly from their website.
Click here to view the Asharoken area map on the NYSDEC Website
For information about beach closings, especially related to stormwater runoff, call the Suffolk County Dept. of Health Services at (631) 852-5760 during weekday business hours
or their 24-hour pre-recorded Beach Hotline at (631) 852-5822 or
click here for their website
The NY State Dept. of Environmental Conservation also provides a 24-hour pre-recorded message advising the public of temporarily closed shellfishing areas at (631) 444-0480.
Click here to view the DEC website
which also provides shellfish closure information, including written descriptions and color-coded maps. More information about shellfish harvesting is also available by calling the DEC's Bureau of Marine Resources at (631) 444-0475, weekdays between 8:30am and 4:45pm.
The Village of Asharoken maintains a Village Resident E-Mail Contact List. The list is used to broadcast e-mail announcements such as updates to the waste pickup schedule, road closure information, and newsletters. To add yourself to the list please print and complete the
E-Mail Request Form
Completed forms may be dropped off at Village Hall, placed in the police mailbox, or you may simply email the information to the Village Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit our Libraries at:
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|Visit the Northport/East Northport Libraries
151 Laurel Avenue; tele: (631) 261-6930 and
185 Larkfield Road, tele: (631) 261-2313 and online:
Northport-East Northport Public Library
Museum Passes/Vouchers Program:
Museum passes and vouchers are available to Northport-East Northport Library cardholders. These passes/vouchers allow free admission to some of Long Island's and New York City's most popular institutions. These include: The Heckscher Museum of Art, Cradle of Aviation Museum, Old Westbury Gardens, Guggenheim Museum, the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum and many more.
All passes must be picked up and returned at the circulation desk of the Northport Library only.
Click here to review a list of the participating institutions
The Northport food pantry feeds over 150 local families daily. Non-perishable food items are always most needed.
In addition, you may wish to contribute non-food products such as health/personal care items, diapers and detergent. Checks and supermarket gift cards are always appreciated. The food pantry is located on the lower level of the
First Presbyterian Church, 330 Main Street, Northport
For more information visit the
First Presbyterian Church of Northport
The Trinity Episcopal Church, 130 Main Street, Northport
, welcomes donations of clothing, books, toys and unique "gift"
items that are sold in their Thrift Store. The church also holds a variety of engaging events throughout the year.
For more information, visit the
Trinity Episcopal Church
In order to maintain eligibility in the National Flood Insurance Program, our Village
adopted the new Flood Insurance Study and Flood Insurance Rate Maps
into our community's floodplain management
standards and regulations. Our local law is designed to comply with the floodplain management standards and regulations of the National Flood Insurance Program.
To locate your property on updated flood maps, visit
FEMA Flood Map Program
In the event of a natural or man-made disaster, the Suffolk County Department of Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services may provide assistance for eligible disabled individuals who may have no other way to evacuate their homes.
If you think you will need special assistance, such as transportation and/or sheltering, then this plan may be of assistance to you. You must apply to ensure that you qualify for this program:
An Application must be made: forms available at Asharoken Village Hall. If you need an Application sent to your home, call Village Hall at: (631) 261-7098.
Once your Application is complete and has been approved, you will be contacted by Emergency Services and they will inform you about shelter services and assigned transportation services.
Note: If you are unable to fill out the Application and need assistance, please call Village Hall who will provide assistance to you.
For more information, visit the:
Suffolk County Goverment JEEP website.