The start to Fall is just a week away and that means
Smithtown is alive with fun festivals & things to do. The town has a full
schedule of road, park, and infrastructure repairs coming up over the next few
weeks. In an effort to ensure your fall fun is not interrupted, you can save
time and get up to the minute alerts by downloading the Town of Smithtown
Mobile App, available for free at the Apple Store and Google Play.
Lane: The Highway Department will continue Concrete Repairs to sidewalks along
Harvest Lane this week.
Farm: Our Municipal Services teams have installed Glass Recycling containers at
Hoyt Farm. Our Commack residents now have a location a little closer than Old
Northport Road to drop off glass containers for recycling.
Day: On Saturday, September 28th, (rain date: Sunday, September 29th) don’t
miss out on celebrating the community of Commack at Hoyt Farm Nature Preserve.
The Second Annual Commack Day will take place from 11AM to 5PM.
Innovation Park at Hauppauge: The Adams Avenue and New Highway project is in
full swing. The Highway/Traffic Safety Departments are in the process of widening
New Highway from one lane to two thru lanes. Adams Avenue is also being
enlarged to create dual left turn lanes.
project includes sidewalk repairs and replacements, modern mast arm traffic
signals, new lighting, landscaping & signage. This much needed project will
offer safer roads for bicyclists, runners, and pedestrians, in addition to
improved motor vehicle traffic.
Lane: The Highway Department will continue grinding down uprooted sidewalks and
making repairs to the concrete sidewalks along Sunset Lane this week.
Collins & Meridian Avenues: Curb Cut repairs and work will be ongoing this
week on Park Avenue, Collins Avenue, and Meridian Avenue. Paving is expected to
begin in the following week, upon completion.
Meadow Rd: Our Traffic Safety Department will be installing a new guard rail
along Sunken Meadow Road, just west of Old Dock Road this week.
Road: Paving is slated to begin along Browns Road by the end of this week,
subject to weather conditions. The Highway Department will pave Browns Road
from 347 to Nicholls Road. Residents should plan for extra travel time during
Pond Road: Asphalt paving along Gibbs Pond Road from Nicholls to Smithtown
Boulevard is slated to begin on Friday, pending weather conditions.
Bull: Our Parks Department will be installing the lettering on the “Smithtown”
sign this week, along with the installation of electric work and laying top
soil. Landscaping is expected to be complete by the end of next week.
Road: Residents should prepare for possible roving road closures along Terry
Road as the Highway Department completes curb maintenance and repairs, from
Townline Road to Smithtown Boulevard.
Boulevard: The Highway Department has slated to pave Washington Boulevard on
Thursday of this week, from Plymouth Boulevard to the end. Residents should
check the Town App for possible road closures or delays ahead of time.
General Store: The Highway Department is expected to finish
paving Moriches and Harbor Hill Road in
front of the General Store this week. Once the pavement has cured, our Traffic
Department will begin to install a cobblestone style pedestrian
crosswalk and two solar powered LED crossing beacons with push button
Long Beach Rd: Asphalt road work along Long Beach Road is
expected to begin this week. Residents in the area should check with the Town
App for potential road delays.
Moriches Park: New Turf surface will be installed this week
at the new playhouse which was just installed for younger kids at the Moriches