Welcome to the Sound Beach Civic Association
Sound Beach is a great place to live, work, and play. The Civic works with local and state officials, the police, and the community to improve our quality of life.
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In the News
If You See Something, Say Something—Have you ever seen suspicious activity but weren’t sure where to report it? In 2016 the Sound Beach Civic launched an effort to make it easier for residents to have this information: As of January 2017 about 1000 fridge magnets with the phone numbers to call when you “see something” have been distributed throughout Sound Beach. We will continue to make these available at area businesses and at each of our meetings. In addition, a "See Something, Say Something" poster with these numbers has been affixed to the bus shelter on New York Avenue and can be seen on Echo Avenue, where the owners of NY Cuts kindly volunteered to display it in front of their business, taking it in when they’re not there.
In 2015, with the support of Councilwoman Jane Bonner, the Town of Brookhaven developed a four-phase plan to revitalize Echo Avenue from North Country Road to New York Avenue and, again with their help, we were awarded Community Development Block Grant funding to complete one phase of the project. In 2016, with the added support of Dan Losquadro, Superintendent of Highway, the revitalization of this roadway was completed and Echo Avenue was repaved to Lower Rocky Point Road
Honor Our Veterans and Buy a Brick
Memorial bricks honoring our veterans or in memory of our friends or loved ones are available. Buy a brick and we will engrave it with your message.
Click here for more information and to download a form.
Help Us Sponsor a Family
Each year during the holiday season we sponsor less fortunate families in our area―one identified by St. Louis De Montfort and one by the Sound Beach Community Church. As you celebrate the holidays, please think of your less fortunate neighbors.
Click here for a donation form.