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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


Islip Town Square

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The above Town of Islip map displays information from Suffolk County's Open Data Geographic Information System (GIS), which can be accessed via This information is provided as a courtesy for general reference purposes only, and is not under the control of the Town of Islip. Details provided on this map may not be to exact scale and may be subject to change without notice. If you are unsure of the council district number you belong to, please contact the Suffolk County Board of Elections.


  • Angie Carpenter

    Town Supervisor
    Angie Carpenter in red, with USA Flag background

    Angie Carpenter is a public servant whose impact resonates well beyond her role as Islip Town Supervisor. Even prior to being in government, Angie was always an extremely active member of the community. In the late 1970’s and 1980’s she actively sought options to help “latch key kids.” She and other concerned citizens worked together to come up with solutions leading her to become a founding member of both the YES and ASKUS programs, two programs that provide after school activities and educational opportunities for school children...

  • Jorge Guadrón

    Councilman - District 1
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    After over 40 years in the United States, Councilman Jorge Guadrón’s personal story represents the essence of the American Dream. Born in El Salvador, Guadrón came to the United States as a teenager in 1980 fleeing political violence with his mother and siblings following his father’s assassination in their family business. He became an American citizen in 1996. He is the proud father of five and grandfather of nine children.

  • James P. O’Connor

    Councilman - District 2
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    Councilman James P. O’Connor grew up in Westbury, New York. His mother was a teacher and his father was a pharmacist. As the oldest of four boys, Jim learned the importance of family values and a strong work ethic at a young age.

    Jim graduated from Carle Place High School in 1981. He went on to graduate Boston College, and earn his Juris Doctorate at Hofstra University School of Law. He has been a practicing attorney since 1989 and is admitted to practice in New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Washington D.C.

  • Michael J. McElwee, Jr.

    Councilman - District 3
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    Michael McElwee Jr. grew up inHolbrook, NY, the son of a nurse and a Nassau County Police officer. In 2003 after rising to the position of General Manager, Mike ventured out on his own to start a successful career in the Bar & Restaurant industry, and together with his partners has continued to open multiple successful locations across Long Island.

    Mike has been active in the Bay Shore community since 2003. He is on the board of the Bay Shore Chamber of Commerce and a member of The Bay Shore Business Improvement District.

  • John M. Lorenzo

    Councilman - District 4
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    Councilman Lorenzo believes in the philosophy of giving back to the community where he lives and serves. He has spent the past decade serving on several non-profit organizations, including President & Board Member of ISF Inclusive Sports and Fitness and The Neighborhood House, and was the former Chairman of the Town of Islip Zoning Board of Appeals.

  • Andy Wittman

    Receiver of Taxes
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    Born and raised in Bayport, Andy has been dedicated to many community service organizations over the years. Some of his current organizations include; 25+ year member of the Bayport Fire Department; Business member of the Sayville Chamber of Commerce, member of the Rotary Club of Sayville; Lector at St. Lawrence the Martyr RC Church; Islip Town Volunteer Fire Fighters Association – former Treasurer & current delegate, member of the Long Island Real Estate Investment Association (LIREIA); member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR); member of the New York State Association of Realtors (NYSAR); member and former VP of the Greater Sayville Civic Association.

  • Linda D. Vavricka

    Town Clerk
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    Linda D. Vavricka was born and raised in East Islip, New York where she currently resides today with her daughter. Linda comes from a humble working-class background where the values of hard work, determination, and integrity were instilled in her upbringing. After graduating from East Islip High School, Linda went on to further her career attending BOCES for Cosmetology, graduating in 2000.

    Linda believes in giving back to the community where she lives and serves. Throughout her career, she has spent countless hours volunteering her time at various community events including but not limited to Mondays at Racine Cancer Care Foundation.