Incorporated Village of Bellport, NY Announcements & Notice
School is in session- Please drive carefully
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
Sidewalk Repair along General Mclean Drive and George Court should begin the week of October 7th. This work, which is being paid for by a grant from New York State, should only take approximately a week to complete.
This week we are beginning to trim trees throughout the Village. The trimming is for safety reasons – sight clearance for stop signs and traffic signals as well as clearance for trucks. We are making every effort to maintain the beauty and health of our trees while improving safety.
July 8, 2014: The NYS Public Service Commission is initiating a proceeding to determine how best to create another Area Code in the 631 region, serving Suffolk County. Two meetings will be held in our area on Tuesday July 15th. The first informational meeting will take place at the Suffolk Community Center, 300 Center Drive, Riverhead, 11901 at 1PM; and, later that same day another meeting will take place at the Sachem Public Library, 150 Holbrook Road, Holbrook 11741, at 6:30PM. For more information, please call 1.888.ASK.PSCI or visit their website at www.AskPSC.com.
Suffolk County will be working on a drainage project on South Country Road, from east of North and South Brewster Lane to Beaver Dam Road in Brookhaven. They will be installing and/or replacing drains. The project is expected to last through the summer months. Please contact the Suffolk County Department of Public Works at 631-852-4010 with any questions.
2014-2015 VILLAGE BUDGET
The Village of Bellport adopted it’s 2014-2015 budget on April 14, 2014. Click on the following link to view the final budget. 2014-2015 Village of Bellport Budget
GOLF COURSE AND RESTAURANT ARE OPEN
The Village of Bellport Golf Course and the grill room restaurant, now called Peter’s on The Green, are now open. The Golf Course opens at 8:30 am and the last tee off is at 4:30 pm. Peter’s on the Green is open daily for breakfast, lunch and a late afternoon snack.
Smooth cardboard has been added to the list of paper products which can now be recycled. Cereal or cracker boxes, shoe and gift boxes are some of the items that can be put out with your newspaper, junk mail and corrugated boxes each recycling day. Plastics are those marked 1-7.
Folk, Blues, and Old Timey Acoustic Music
Friday, November 7
Community Center located at 4 Bell Street