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Town Hall Closed to the Public, and Services Announcement: Last Updated 3/20/2020 1:08 pm: Click HERE to View Details
As news concerning the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to emerge, the Town of Islip is reminding residents that they can stay informed on the evolving situation via the Suffolk County Health Department’s webpage located at www.suffolkcountyny.gov/health. Find links relevant to travel, health care providers, symptoms and prevention, as well updated information on all news related to the spread of the virus as it becomes available. For questions or concerns, call New York State’s Novel Coronavirus Hotline 1-888-364-3065
TOWN OF ISLIP CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATES:
Many are turning to Town of Islip parks to enjoy nature during this time of Social Distancing. See a short informational video on how to continue to remain safe when walking the trails.
Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter and members of the Town Board are urging residents to please follow safe practices as we go about our daily lives while navigating these unprecedented times.
This is an unprecedented time for us all…in the Town of Islip, in our Country and all over the world…everything is changing, sometimes by the minute, and as your Supervisor I will continue to share the information as we receive it.
Myself and my fellow Town Board members want you to know that your health and safety is our first priority. As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread, we are all finding ourselves impacted on many different levels. Fear and anxiety for our health, our loved ones, our jobs; transitioning to a new way of working and living; balancing work with childcare; homeschooling while schools are closed – and so much more.
Actualizaciones del horario de compras de minorista de comestibles para personas de la tercera edad: 20 de marzo de 2020
- Dólar General: 8 a 9am - Diario
- Stew Leonard: 7:30 am a 8:00 am - Diario
- Stop and Shop: 6:30 am 7:30 am - Diario
- Uncle Giuseppe’s: 7:00 a 8:00 am - Diario
- Giunta Meat Farm: 6: 30 a 7: 30 - lunes, miércoles, viernes
- Target: 8 a 9am -los miércoles
- Walmart 6 a 7am - los miércoles
As you know, this is an unprecedented time for us all and everything is changing, sometimes by the minute.
As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread, we are all finding ourselves impacted on many different levels. Fear and anxiety for our health, our loved ones, our jobs; transitioning to a new way of working and living; balancing work with childcare; homeschooling while schools are closed – and so much more.
While we can’t control the external factors around us, we can control our response to COVID-19.
Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter and the Islip Town Board are reminding residents to remain vigilant during these times and to continue to exercise smart and informed internet practices.
"We're making the decision to offer this every day of the week to allow for community members in this age category to shop in a less crowded environment, which better enables social distancing. They'll also be shopping prior to any other customers entering," according to Stop and Shop officials.
"If you believe you may have coronavirus, please schedule an appointment for drive-through testing," said Supervisor Angie Carpenter
I write to update you on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
During this pandemic, I cannot implore you enough to social distance — which means limiting all in-person social interactions as much as possible. Experts agree that staying apart is critical if we want to reduce the strain on our health care system and slow the spread of this virus to save lives.
View tips and info related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak including how to practice social distancing, identifying symptoms and what to do if you feel sick.
Appointments can be made under limited emergency circumstances and only to address services that cannot otherwise be addressed online or by mail.
The frequency of cleaning Town facilities has been significantly increased, including door knobs, railings, etc. Residents are encouraged to visit the Town’s website and conduct business online to the extent that they can, to download applications, licenses, permit requirements, or pay taxes online.