Town of Huntington Registrar of Vital Statistics 100 Main St, Huntington, NY11743 The Town Clerk serves as the Registrar of Vital Statistics for the issuance and filing of Birth and Death Certificates,…More serves as Commissioner of Elections for Special Elections held within the Town and is Records Management Officer.
Lloyd Harbor Police Department 380 W Neck Rd, Huntington, NY11743 The Village has an eleven-person police department and, as a direct benefit, a very low crime rate. The department…More is under the direction of a Police Commission. There are three police commissioners, two are trustees, and the third is an experienced law-enforcement individual who acts as chairman and is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the department. The police headquarters are located on West Neck Road at the intersection of Mill Road.
Huntington Manor Fire District is a local Fire District which serves…More the residents of Huntington Station, New York.</p>
<p>The Fire District protects 14 square miles on the North Shore of Long Island, New York. The Fire District is governed by a Board Of Fire Commissioners. The Board of Fire Commissioners consists of Five (5) Commissioners, each member is publicly elected to a five year term.</p>
<p>Each year on the second Tuesday in December a public election is held at Fire District Headquarters.</p>
<p><strong><em>Senior Fire House Attendant</em></strong><br>Vincent Bifano<br>Phone (631) 427-1669 press 4 </p>
<p><strong><em>Department Chief's Office</em></strong><br>Phone (631) 427-1629 press 2<br>Fax (631) 427-1727</p>
<p><strong><em>Sub Station #2</em><br>2100 New York Ave.<br>Huntington Station, New York 11746</strong></p>
<p><em><strong>Sub Station #3</strong></em><br><strong>1 Totten Court<br>Huntington Station, New York 11746</strong></p>
The Town Clerk, as secretary to the Town Board and Board of Trustees, attends all Town Board Meetings and is…More responsible for Town Board and Board of Trustees minutes, legal notices, certifications ot Town records and filing of change of zone applications. The Town Clerk is the Commissioner of Licenses for New York State for the issuing of Dog, Sporting and Marriages Licenses, Disability Parking Permits and authority for issuing of Bingo and Games of Chance Licenses, among others. This office also issues Local Licenses and Permits: Shellfish, Taxicab, Tow Truck, Peddler, Refuse, Automobile Junk Yard, Commuter Parking Permits, among others.</p>
<p>The Town Clerk serves as the Registrar of Vital Statistics for the issuance and filing of Birth and Death Certificates, serves as Commissioner of Elections for Special Elections held within the Town and is Records Management Officer. As Records Management Officer, the Town Clerk maintains jurisdiction of the Records Center and Archives, and oversees the Town's Records Management Program. As Marriage Officer for the Town of Huntington, the Town Clerk has authority to perform Civil Marriage Ceremonies.</p>
<p>The staff of the Town Clerk's Office is equipped to provide the general public, residents and non-residents, attorneys, accountants and other professionals with information on varied subjects including, but not limited to, local government types of services available, town ordinances, licenses, and permit requirements. Not only is the function of the office to help residents that walk into Town Hall, but a vast amount of work is also generated through the mail and by telephone. </p>
<p>The Town Clerk is elected.</p>
Lloyd Harbor is an incorporated village within the Town of Huntington located on the west shore of Huntington…More Harbor.<br><br>Elected public officials in Lloyd Harbor are the mayor, trustees, and the village justice, each for four-year terms, which are staggard. <br> <br>Appointed public officials in our village include: acting village justice, clerk treasurer, assessor, village attonrey, deputy treasurer, deputy clerk, highway superintendent, police commissioner, engineer, building inspector and members of the Board of Zoning Appeals, Site and Building Permit Review Board, Planning Board, Conservation Board, Recreation Commission, and Harbor Control Commission.</p>
<p>The mayor, trustees, justices, and members of boards and commissions, are all resident volunteers.</p>