Discolored Water noted

Several calls were received today, Thursday, June 25, 2015 in regard to discolored water in the area of Green Street, Janis Street and Route 23B.  The area was checked and no water breaks were found.  Crews will continue to monitor the area.  Please run your cold water until the water clears.  If the water does not clear up by the next day, please call the water department at 828-3400 between 8 AM and 3:30 PM.


Registration forms are available under recreation program as well as Town Park or by stopping in the Town Clerks office.

2015 Tentative Assessment Roll is Available

The 2015 Tentative Assessment Roll is available for viewing in the Town Clerks Office

or online at:


For questions regarding the roll email:

assessor@townofgreenport.com  or call: 828-0368


RFP for preparation of Generic Environmental Impact Statement

Wednesday, April 15, 2015 (All day)

Monolith Solar

Below is a link to the Mololith Solar (Locus Energy) site.  Click the link and you can enter the user name:   supervisor@townofgreenport.com

password is   Solar21

to see the report of how much energy is being generated and actual dollars saved since the addition of the Solar Panels at the Greenport Town Hall.



user name:  supervisor@townofgreenport.com

Password is     Solar21



       The Town of Greenport is planning on having their annual FALL FESTIVAL on Saturday, September 12, 2015.   This will include a yard sale, music, food and entertainment for all ages.    We will have more information as we are in the planning stage at this time.    Mark your calendars 9/12/2015 for this fun event.


Effective Monday, February 9, 2015, the NEW HOURS for the Town of Greenport Planning Board will be

MONDAYS         10 AM to 1 PM                Chairman or Vice Chairman hours

Change in time of Town Board Meetings

       Beginning  on February 4, 2015 all  regular monthly Greenport Town Board meetings will begin at 6:00 p.m. on the first Wednesday of every month. 

Comprehensive Plan Survey Results

Town Engineer Ray Jurkowski reported that 464 surveys were returned regarding the Comprehensive Plan.   He reported that a 20% return was a very good response.  The Comprehensive Plan Committee still needs to review individual comments.  Of  particular note, over 50% were 25 years of age or older.  32% lived in he Lorenze Park/ North Joslen Blvd. area.  51% were retired and 71% use the Town Park. The tabulated results are available below:

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