In 2022 over two dozen households participated in a community-wide yard sale.
In 2014 the Sound Beach Civic Association celebrated 40 years of serving the community.
In 2021 we dedicated a tribute to the frontline workers of COVID-19.
Watch this space for top stories and upcoming events of Town government.
The Town of Brookhaven (TOB) is the largest town in Suffolk County and a great place to live, work, and play. The Town website is a great resource for Town government and services (www.brookhavenny.gov). You can use the system to report an issue. You will be required to enter your contact information and the details of your complaint. Once submitted, the request is routed to the division that will process the request and respond to you via email.
Check the website for the schedule of TOB Board meetings.
The SBPOA provides access to its members to what has always been a beautiful, pristine beach. The primary stance of the SBPOA is to act as stewards for the beach and its environs.
Over the past dozen or so years, the Civic has installed and/or taken charge of the maintenance of the gardens of Sound Beach with the help of Civic members, members of the community, as well as a number of Scout troops. We’re always looking for more help, so please contact us if you would like to be part of the beautification committee.
Each April we participate in an annual spring clean-up as part of the Keep America Beautiful project. Throughout the year, however, several Civic members work hard at trying to keep New York Avenue, including the Children’s Park, free of litter. A job that never ends, we welcome all the help we can get.
Watch this space for upcoming community events.
Harnessing a sense of community is important for a number of reasons, including the identity of our hamlet, supporting our local businesses, and more.
Establishing a strong identity allows organizations in our hamlet to connect residents and keep old traditions alive while making new ones as well. It can also attract new visitors by showing off what makes Sound Beach unique.
If you’re hosting a local event, send us the information and we will help spread the word.
The Sound Beach Civic is committed to helping our friends and neighbors in need. Each month we collect nonperishable food items at our monthly meetings and regularly donate to local food banks, shelters, and soup kitchens, which rely on donations they receive from people like us to help keep their shelves stocked.
Long Island is formed mostly of two spines of glacial moraines that are made up of gravel and loose rock left about 21,000 years ago when the Wisconsin glaciation formed the top layer of the earth. The Ronkonkoma moraine is the most southerly moraine and forms the “backbone” of Long Island.