Intermittent road work delays on Hitherbrook Rd through 10/24/2017. Please choose alternate routes and allow extra time for travel.

Deer Immunocontraception Research Project Proposal click here

St. James Fire District Proposal Proposal click here

Reporting injured or deceased wildlife

Private Property - Notify the DEC Regional Wildlife Office at 631-444-0310 to determine what actions are necessary for submission or disposal of the wildlife on private property. If unavailable, call the DEC Wildlife Health Unit directly at 518-478-2203.
Public Roadways - Notify Head of the Harbor Highway Dept

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Head of the Harbor is an incorporated village located on the north shore of Long Island within the Town of Smithtown.

The Village is primarily residential and agricultural. The Village encompasses approximately three square miles and is bordered to the north by Stony Brook Harbor, to the west by the Village of Nissequogue, to the south by the Town of St. James, and to the east by Stony Brook. The Village is noted for its scenic vistas and beautiful landscapes, its winding country roads, waterfront on pristine Stony Brook Harbor, numerous parks and a preserved sense of history. The 2010 Census reflects a population of approximately 1,475 people and 525 homes.

Please visit our Community Links Page and our Historical Society Facebook Page and our Village Garden Club Facebook Page