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A Message from the Supervisor

“Welcome to Islip, the 3rd largest town in New York State, but with an endearing small town feel. We are so proud of our town…our beaches, golf courses, marinas, parks, housing opportunities for all, businesses, industrial parks, healthcare and educational institutions including our own Islip MacArthur Airport that provides many job opportunities. I sincerely hope you find this website helpful.” Angie

Town Employees wear red for Cardiac Health

February 2nd, 2024 – Supervisor Carpenter and Islip Town employees wore red for the Town’s annual “Go Red for Women” campaign Friday, during February, American Heart Month. Personnel from departments Town-wide contributed $5 each, to be donated to cardiac health and research programs at neighboring hospitals, Good Samaritan University Hospital and South Shore University Hospital.

Local Officials, Electeds, Group photo

January 4th, 2023 – Hundreds gathered at Touro Law School to witness Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter; Town Councilmen John M. Lorenzo and Michael J. McElwee, Jr.; Receiver of Taxes Andy Wittman and Town Clerk Linda D. Vavricka take their oaths of office, reaffirming their commitment to serve the residents of the Town of Islip.

Supervisor and Salvation representatives with toys

December 8th, 2023 – Dozens of toys were picked up from Islip Town Hall and delivered to the Salvation Army, for distribution to the organization's Angel Tree recipients.

Town of Islip employees went above and beyond, buying toys, clothes, shoes and games from the wish lists of 60 Salvation Army Angels. Employees placed the unwrapped items in Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter's office, where they were collected by Santa's elves and given to families registered with the Angel Tree program. The Town of Islip has been participating in the Salvation Army Angel Tree program since 2015, when Supervisor Carpenter took office.

Group photo of local officials with lit tree in background

December 4th, 2023 – Ross Memorial Park played host once again to the Brentwood Chamber of Commerce annual tree lighting ceremony. Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter joined with Bruce Fabrizio, Brentwood Chamber President, in welcoming the many families, high school students, local elected officials and civic members who celebrated the return of the tree lighting to the park since its grand reopening in November. The Town was forced to close the park in 2020 after the Suffolk County Police Department identified illegal drug activity in the park.

Supervisor and Officials in photo op infront of boxes of love

November 21st, 2023 – Islip Food for Hope set a record this year, collecting enough donated supplies to provide 1,000 Thanksgiving ‘Boxes of Love’ to local families in need. Islip Food for Hope fundraisers, including the Town of Islip Supervisor’s Breakfast and other events, coupled with the generosity of Town of Islip employees, will make Thanksgiving possible for 1,000 families. Islip Food for Hope will distribute more than 800 turkeys, 1,000 ‘Boxes of Love’ inclusive of all the trimmings, and 800 pies.

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