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Town of Islip to Hold Annual Fall S.T.O.P. Day

“Stop Throwing Out Pollutants” – Residents Encouraged to Drop-Off Hazardous Waste

ISLIP, NY – The Town of Islip will be holding its annual Fall S.T.O.P. Day (Stop Throwing Out Pollutants) on Saturday, September 20th, where residents can drop-off unwanted hazardous waste at the Town’s Multi-purpose Recycling Facility at 1155 Lincoln Avenue in Holbrook, from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. A complete list of materials that will be accepted can be found on the Town of Islip’s website. The S.T.O.P. Day program helps safeguard our neighborhoods by preventing these hazardous materials from entering the environment.

“The Town of Islip is committed to keeping our neighborhood and community clean, safe and healthy for our residents,” said Islip Town Supervisor Tom Croci.

For more information, please contact the Town’s Department of Environmental Control at (631) 595-3630.

Town of Islip and SCSPCA Host Annual Free Rabies Vaccination Clinic

Islip, NY - The Town of Islip will host the annual Free Rabies Vaccination Clinic on Saturday, September 20th from 9am-3pm at Veteran’s Memorial Park in front of Islip Town Hall, 655 Main Street, Islip. This event is being sponsored by the Suffolk County SPCA and the Suffolk County Department of Health Services. 

Both residents and non-residents can bring their dog, cat or ferret for its annual rabies shot. Animals must be 4 months or older. All dogs must be on leash, and all cats and ferrets must be in a carrier. Please muzzle any aggressive or frightened animals. This is a free clinic, however, a $10.00 donation to the SPCA is appreciated.


Islip Town Clerk Olga Murray and the Town Board Honor Local Heroes for Saving the Life of an 18-Month Old Child

Islip, NY – Islip Town Clerk Olga Murray was recently joined by the Islip Town Board in honoring members of the Community Ambulance Company of Sayville, members of the 5th Precinct of the Suffolk County Police Department and the Bayport Fire Department for their role in saving the life of an 18-month-old child that was drowning. These heroes responded to a call for a pediatric drowning victim on July 22, 2014, in Sayville, where they successfully resuscitated the child and transported her to the hospital, where in time, she made a full recovery. All individuals involved in these life-saving efforts where given an official Town of Islip Certificate of Recognition during a special presentation at Islip Town Hall where Clerk Murray stressed that it was due to the quick response of all involved, as well as the teamwork, communication, and the determination to save this little girl, she now has a second chance at life.


Town of Islip to Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month With Annual Awards Ceremony

Islip, NY – The Town of Islip will continue its long standing tradition of observing National Hispanic Heritage Month with its annual Hispanic Heritage Celebration and award ceremony, on September 23rd at 7:00pm, to be held in the Town Board Room of Islip Town Hall, 655 Main Street, in Islip. Town of Islip Supervisor Tom Croci and fellow Town Board members will pay special recognition to individuals who have helped to advance Hispanic Americans living in Islip Town, while celebrating and sharing their heritage. Awards will be presented to four community activists including: Toni Ann Jata, Marian Farese, Robert Perez, and Porfirio Alvarez. The artwork of Oscar Santiago will also be on display during the celebration, and Town Board members will also take the opportunity recognize Mr. Santiago for his work. 

National Hispanic Month is celebrated from September 15 through October 15, and was first instituted by President Lyndon Johnson. The Town of Islip has celebrated this month since 1992.

Volunteers Improve Islip Kids’ Lives and Futures with Play

Town of Islip, Central Islip Coalition of Good Neighbors, Disney and KaBOOM! Celebrate Enriching the Lives of Kids and Families by Building a Healthy, Safe Space to Play in One Day

Islip, NY – More than 7,200 children now have a new opportunity to get the balanced and active play they need. An empty lot was transformed into a kid-designed play space in less than eight hours with the help of more than 200 people from Islip, Central Islip Coalition of Good Neighbors, Disney and organizers from KaBOOM! (@kaboom) and area residents.   

“The residents of Central Islip are grateful for the support from the Town of Islip, KaBOOM! and Disney in bringing a new playground to Islip Community Park that will serve the children in community well,” said Debbie Cavanaugh, president of Central Islip Coalition of Good Neighbors. “This is the first stage in building our park, which was just a dream for our community but was brought to life today by our partners and community volunteers. Without them, the playground build would not have been a success.”


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