What's Happening in Poquott.Things to Know.

VILLAGE HALL LOBBY HOURS
The Board is pleased to announce that thanks to the recent renovations at Village Hall we are able to offer our residents Village Hall Lobby Hours. When the Clerk’s office is closed the Lobby will still be open Monday through Friday 9am – 7pm; Saturdays Noon – 6pm.

A lock box has been installed on the Lobby wall to accept permits, payments and Justice Court mail. NO CASH please.

All Village forms, including but not limited to Building Permits; Boat Mooring, Boat Rack and Garden Plot Applications; House Checks, etc. are available. For your convenience a counter top has been installed to write on, envelopes and a secure lock box.

ON-LINE 24/7.
Residents can leave voicemails, download and print forms from the Village Website (www.poquott.org), then fax or scan to Village Hall any hour of the day or night to Clerk@poquott.org or fax (631) 331-0402. All voice mails will be answered as quickly as possible.

NEW DESIGN & SIZE - VILLAGE PARKING, MOORING AND BOAT RACK PERMITS
Parking Permits (for Parks & Beach Parking )– Home owners 1st is free $5.00 for each additional stickers & for non-home owners.  Proof of residency is mandatory!
Resident Mooring Permit - $25.00 each includes one (1) Boat Rack Permit, (1) Boat Permit & (1) Mooring Permit.
Boat Rack Permit - $15.00 each

Welcome to the Village of Poquott

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Poquott is located in the northern part of the Town of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, between Port Jefferson and Setauket Harbors. It was settled in the 17th Century by settlers from Connecticut and until the mid 20th Century was mostly farmland and summer residences.

The Village was incorporated in 1931 and by the 1980s, most of the Village was developed for year round residences, which now number about 950.

Residents enjoy parks, beaches, tennis courts, community gardens, playgrounds, a boat launch, and mooring rights in the two harbors.

Poquott is part of the greater Three Village area, near the State University of New York, and served by the Three Village School District.

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Upcoming Events

Wed Apr 23 @07:00 -
Justice Court, Village Hall, 7PM
Thu Apr 24 @07:00 -
Board of Trustee Meeting

Important Information

Boats & Mooring Information

  • Mooring your boat? You need a Mooring Permit which also entitles you to one spot on the Boat rack - $25 per boat.  Remember you must have a Village of Poquott Mooring Permit before you can receive a Town of Brookhaven Mooring Permit.  SAVE TIME--DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME!
  • Need a spot at the beach for your Kayak, Dinghy or Rowboat? You need a Boat Rack permit - $15.00 per boat.
  • NOTE:  Beginning April 2014 - All Boat Racks will be refurbished and re-numbered.  Any Boat remaining on a Village Boat Rack by this date will be removed at the owner’s expense.   Additional racks will be added to the Van Brunt Manor Road Beach.  Poles will also be installed for residents who wish to chain their boats on the ground.  Please note ALL BOATS must be stickered or they will be removed at the owner’s expense and fines up to $250.00 per incident.

CodeRED

When seconds count, you can count on

CodeRED is a FREE emergency notification service provided to all residents within Suffolk County that will notify you of emergency information through phone calls, text messages, emails and social media. The system will be used to keep you informed of local events that may immediately impact your safety.

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Green Is In - Join the action scene in Poquott.

Join the Green action scene in Poquott.

From eating greens, green technology, and the greenhouse-the village has never been greener, especially after a long hard season, Join the action scene in Poquott.

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Community Poll

What's your favorite summer activity?

Prepare Your Boat or Yacht for a Storm

When it appears that a hurricane might be headed our way, do you have a hurricane action plan to put into motion?

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Stay Informed - The latest Meeting Minutes


MINUTES OF THE MARCH 13, 2014 BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING OF THE VILLAGE OF POQUOTT HELD AT VILLAGE HALL AT 7:00 P.M.
Present were Mayor Barbara Donovan, Trustees:  Sandra Nicoletti and Carol Lane. [ ... ]