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Reminder! Alternative Summer Recreation Activities for Brentwood Residents Available All Summer Long Including Evening Activities at Brentwood Recreation Center

Islip, NY – Islip Town Board members urge Brentwood residents to take advantage of the variety of alternative summer activities that are being provided by the Town of Islip Department of Parks and Recreation, including evening activities like basketball and arts and crafts, at the Brentwood Recreation Center. Registration for these programs, which includes FREE transportation, is ongoing and available at the Brentwood Recreation Center, located at 99 Third Avenue.


Islip Town Supervisor Tom Croci Vows to Move Forward in Expeditious Recovery of Roberto Clemente Park

Pledges to Work With All Levels of Government So That Park Can Re-Open in Summer 2015

Islip, NY - On just his fourth day back to work after being deployed overseas in Afghanistan, Islip Town Supervisor Tom Croci today made his first official statement regarding the status of Islip’s government, speaking specifically about the ongoing investigation and recovery process of Roberto Clemente Park in Brentwood. Speaking to the press at a special briefing held in the Town Board Meeting Room at Islip Town Hall, Supervisor Croci vowed to work with fellow town board members, all levels of government and appropriate agencies in establishing a comprehensive plan for the park which will ultimately dictate its remediation. Supervisor Croci also reinstated the Article 2B, which renewed the State of Emergency that the Supervisor’s office first initiated in May.

“To our residents, I apologize on behalf of the Town for what has transpired in Roberto Clemente Park and in Town Hall during my deployment overseas,” said Croci during the briefing. “The Town of Islip is committed to fixing this.”


Town Of Islip Urges Safety This July Fourth Weekend

At Special Summer Safety Press Conference Officials Joined by Suffolk Police Marine Bureau, Islip Harbor Police, & M.A.D.D. in Targeting Unsafe Conditions On L.I. Waterways As Boating Season Kicks Off

East Islip, NY - With Long Island’s boating season getting into high gear this Fourth of July Weekend, Islip Town officials were joined today at a special conference held at East Islip Marina where they were joined by Suffolk Police Marine Bureau officers, Town Harbor Police, and Mothers Against Drunk Driving to announce renewed efforts to target unsafe conditions for boaters in the Great South Bay and other Long Island waterways as the marine season kicks into high gear. July is the busiest period of the year on the Great South Bay and Long Island waterways in general.


Islip Parks and Beach 2014 Schedules Announced






Islip, NY – Islip Town is ready for Summer 2014, and the upcoming July 4th holiday weekend, with pools and beaches officially open for the season. Please see charts below for detailed schedules on beaches and pools. Remember, all residents MUST obtain a Town of Islip Recreation Card in order to enjoy Islip’s many beautiful parks, facilities and beaches, which must be presented when entering a facility. Recreation cards can be obtained at several Recreation and Community Centers. For more information, call 631-224-5411.

“Our parks, beaches, and other outdoor spaces are some of the greatest treasures of living in Islip Town, and we encourage residents to take advantage of these many wonderful resources,” said Councilman Anthony Senft, Jr.



Town of Islip Stresses Pool Safety; Pool Safety Brochure With Helpful Tips Available On Town’s Website












Islip, NY –With summer officially here, Islip Town Board members urge residents to take proper safety measures when using swimming pools. The Center for Disease Control estimates that there are approximately 3,500 drowning deaths per year, with drowning being the fifth leading cause of unintentional injury death.

Although there are many ways that parents and guardians can prevent these tragedies from occurring, the most important part of water safety and injury prevention is proper supervision. Children in proximity to a pool should be monitored at all times, even in an area where there are lifeguards on duty.



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