The Fort Salonga Association

Established 1946

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2016 Annual Spring Brunch

The Fort Salonga Association’s Annual Spring Brunch is Sunday, April 17, 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Indian Hills Country Club.

Note: this message previously stated the wrong day for the brunch. The correct day is Sunday, April 17.

Have you misplaced your invitation? Have a question for the organizers? Please contact us at info@fortsalonga.org.

 

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Suffolk County PD Second Precinct Issues Crime Prevention Tips for Residents

Second Precinct Commanding Officer, Inspector Christopher Hatton, has issued a statement on crime prevention.

“There has been a recent increase in the number of thefts from vehicles in the Second Precinct; therefore we would like to remind residents of some simple, yet effective ways to help residents protect themselves from victimization.”

The Fort Salonga Association encourages all residents to stay informed. Click here for details

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FSA Leadership & Indian Hills Update

Dear Neighbors,

We have important news to share with you about a change in leadership with the Fort Salonga Association (FSA) and about the Northwind Group’s plans for the Indian Hills Country Club. Read More

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The President’s Message — Winter 2016

Dear Neighbor,

Our Board wishes you a happy and healthy 2016. I am writing this to you after what I call the big dig. Forecasters named our recent blizzard “Jonas.” The press referred to the storm as Snowzilla. We had a nice run up until this storm. It was great to see neighbors helping each other out all over the hamlet as we cleared our driveways and walkways. Thanks, also, to the towns of Huntington and Smithtown for making our roads passable and safe.

If you are not already aware we are starting off this year with a challenging issue before us. The Indian Hills Country Club has been purchased by the Northwind Group. They are proposing a change of zoning as part of a plan to preserve the golf course. The new property owner offered our association an opportunity to view this plan. Several residents concerned about activity at the club also contacted us. And we were approached by other local civic associations in our community: the Indian Hills Association and the Claymore Association. Read More

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Reduce Your Energy Bill and Improve the Comfort of Your Home

National Grid’s recent installation of natural gas lines along several Fort Salonga streets – bringing this energy product to about 100 more homes in our hamlet – has us thinking about home energy use profiles and ways we can help FSA members improve the comfort of their homes and save money. Read More

About the Association

 

battle signAbout the Fort Salonga Association

The Fort Salonga Association brings together members of the community to enjoy all the hamlet has to offer. It monitors and engages with local government, advocating on community members’ behalf and offering counsel on issues that impact residents.

The Association hosts an annual spring brunch, a spring egg hunt, caroling in December, and more. It also publishes a quarterly newsletter for all households in the hamlet, and provides news and other community updates through this web site.

Who joins the Fort Salonga Association?
Everyone who lives in Fort Salonga is invited to join. Each spring the Association promotes its annual paid membership, which is $15 per household. Households don’t need to join to receive the quarterly newsletter but know that your annual dues payment helps the Association promote the community and advocate on its behalf to help preserve our way of life.

How do I know I’m in Fort Salonga?
Fort Salonga is bounded by portions of Bellrose Avenue, Pulaski Road, and Old Northport Road to the south, the Sunken Meadow Parkway to the east, the Long Island Sound to the north, and approximately along Norwood Avenue to the west. Fort Salonga is split by Bread & Cheese Hollow Road, and to the west the hamlet sits in the Town of Huntington, and to the east it sits in the Town of Smithtown.