Latitude: 40.85

Longitude: -72.6333

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Suffolk County, New York

The clickable images and aerial photographs on this page present material about Suffolk County, New York. Suffolk County is an affluent suburban county located in the U.S. state of New York. Making up the central and eastern portion of Long Island, it is the easternmost county in the state and part of the New York metropolitan area. Largely suburban, it is the fourth-most populous county in the state, with 1,493,350 people as of the 2010 census. It was named after the county of Suffolk in England, from where its earliest settlers came. The largest of Long Island's four counties, and the second-largest of 62 in the state, it measures in length and in width at its widest (including water). Its county seat is Riverhead, though many county offices are in Hauppauge on the west side of the county where most of the population lives. There are also offices in Smithtown, for the legislature, Yaphank, and Farmingville.

Suffolk and Nassau counties together are generally referred to as "Long Island" by area residents — as distinct from the New York City boroughs of Queens (Queens County) and Brooklyn (Kings County), which together make up the island's western end.


Suffolk County was an original county of the Province of New York, one of twelve created in 1683. From 1664 until 1683 it had been the East Riding of Yorkshire. Its boundaries were essentially the same as at present, with only minor changes in the boundary with its western neighbor, which was originally Queens County but has been Nassau County since the separation of Nassau from Queens in 1899.

According to the Suffolk County website, the county is the leading agricultural county in the state of New York, saying that: "The weather is temperate, clean water is abundant, and the soil is so good that Suffolk is the leading agricultural county in New York State. That Suffolk is still number one in farming, even with the development that has taken place, is a tribute to thoughtful planning, along with the excellent soil, favorable weather conditions, and the work of dedicated farmers in this region."

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Suffolk County occupies the central and eastern part of Long Island, in the extreme southeast of New York State. The eastern end of the county splits into two peninsulas, known as the North Fork and the South Fork. The county is surrounded by water on three sides, including the Atlantic Ocean and Long Island Sound, with of coastline. The eastern end contains large bays.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of of which is land and (61.56%) is water, making it the second largest county by area in the state of New York, and 66% of the land area of Long Island. The highest elevation in the county, and on Long Island as a whole, is Jayne's Hill in West Hills, at 401 feet (122 m) above sea level.

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Francis S. Gabreski Airport (0.72 km)

Francis S. Gabreski Airport is a county-owned, joint civil-military airport located north of the central business district of Westhampton Beach, in Suffolk County, Long Island, New York, United States. It is approximately east of New York City. Known as Suffolk County Air Force Base until 1969, then Suffolk County Airport until 1991, when it was renamed in honor of Colonel Francis S. Gabreski, USAF (Retired), a U.S. Army Air Forces flying ace in World War II who, as a U.S.

Suffolk County Air Force Base (1.38 km)

Suffolk County Air Force Base (Suffolk County Army Air Field in World War II) is a former air defense military installation collocated to use runways with the Westhampton, New York, municipal airport. Some of the facilities and real estate of Suffolk County AFB, which closed in 1969, are now part of the renamed Francis S. Gabreski Airport, while other former Air Force facilities, as well as new military construction, are used by the New York Air National Guard's 106th Rescue Wing (106 RQW) stationed at Francis S. Gabreski Air National Guard Base.

Quogue (LIRR station) (3 km)

Quogue was a station stop along the Montauk Branch of the Long Island Rail Road and the station was built around June, 1875. During construction the station was moved by the village "on a Sunday morning" from its original and current location to a location on Old Depot Road. The second depot was built around 1882 and later was moved to a private location around 1905. The third depot was built around 1905 and at some point was elevated for the bridge over the former New York State Route 113.

Quiogue, New York (3.39 km)

Quiogue is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in the Town of Southampton, in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The population was 816 at the 2010 census. The name of the CDP was corrected from "Quioque" to "Quiogue" by the U.S. Census Bureau in 2010. Geography Quiogue is located at (40.8198217, -72.6289837) and its elevation is . According to the 2010 United States Census, the CDP has a total area of, of which is land and, or 25.5%, is water. Demographics of the CDP As of the census of 2000, there were 800 people, 336 households, and 192 families residing in the CDP.

Westhampton Beach High School (3.65 km)

Westhampton Beach High School is a public four-year high school for grades 9-12 in Westhampton Beach, New York, which is located at the southeastern end of Suffolk county on Long Island.

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Asharoken, New York

Asharoken is a village in Suffolk County, New York in the United States. The population was 654 at the 2010 census. The ZIP code is 11768. The Village of Asharoken is in the Town of Huntington and was incorporated in 1925. Geography Asharoken is located at (40.937597, -73.383471). According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of, of which, of it is land and of it (78.92%) is water.

Peconic River

The Peconic River is a river in Long Island's Suffolk County, New York in the United States. The river is located in the eastern end of Long Island. The Peconic River drains an area between the Harbor Hill and Ronkonkoma terminal moraines, and flows into Flanders Bay which in turn connects to Peconic Bay east of Riverhead. The river originates in bogs and wetlands in central Long Island near the Brookhaven National Laboratory and flows eastward to the Peconic Bay.

Fort Salonga, New York

Fort Salonga is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in Suffolk County, New York on the North Shore of Long Island. As of the 2010 United States Census, the CDP population was 10,008. The name evolved from the Revolutionary War British Fort Salonga, or Fort Slongo, (named after one of the fort’s architects) once located near the border of the towns of Huntington and Smithtown, overlooking Long Island Sound. Fort Salonga is a community at the northeast corner of the town of Huntington and at the northwest boundary of the town of Smithtown.

Gilgo-Oak Beach-Captree, New York

Gilgo-Oak Beach-Captree is a former census-designated place (CDP) in Suffolk County, New York and the Town of Babylon. The population was 333 at the 2000 census. For the 2010 census the area was delineated as two CDPs: Gilgo and Oak Beach–Captree. The CDP contained several small beach communities on the barrier island along the southern edge of Long Island. In order from west to east, these include West Gilgo Beach (on the Nassau/Suffolk county border), Gilgo Beach, Cedar Beach (no residences), Oak Beach (including the Oak Island Beach Association), Oak Island and Captree Island.

The Moorings, New York

The Moorings is a guard-gated private community in the unincorporated East Islip hamlet of Suffolk County, New York and is not a census-designated place (CDP) within itself. It is situated on Long Island's Great South Bay. History The Moorings was the conception of Francis Henry Hawkes, a developer who purchased the estate of Charles Lanier Lawrance in 1962. Francis Hawkes, his wife Jean Whiting Hawkes, and his five children lived in the home until Francis retired and moved with his wife and youngest child to Arizona.

Centereach High School

Centereach High School is a public high school in the Middle Country Central School District of Suffolk County, New York on Long Island, teaching a college preparatory curriculum for grades nine through twelve. History and Overview Centereach High School opened in 1970, to serve the continuing population growth in central Suffolk County and in the Middle Country Central School District. Academics According to 2007 data, 97.8% of Centereach graduates earn a New York State Regent's diploma. 53.3 percent of graduates plan to attend 4 year college, and 40.8% plan to attend a 2 year college.
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