The Town of Huntington is one of ten towns in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The town is located on the northern shore of Long Island in northwestern Suffolk County, with Long Island Sound to its north and Nassau County to its west. It is part of the greater New York metropolitan area.
Huntington borders both villages and hamlets of Lloyd Harbor, Cold Spring Harbor, Halesite, Huntington Bay, Centerport, East Northport, Elwood, Huntington Station, and West Hills. It has a total area of 137.1 sq mi, 94.0 squares miles of it being land, and 43.1 square miles is water.
Main Street serves as the main thoroughfare serving the community and runs east-west in the center of the community. It turns into E Main Street as it intersects with Park Avenue. Towards the northeast, E Main Street splits into Greenlawn Road heading towards the southeast. New York Avenues runs south-north and continues to the south boundary of Huntington Station. The routes heading to Lloyd Harbor are via W Neck Road or Southdown Road.
Huntington is home to a few historical places and museums such as The Heckscher Museum of Art in Prime Avenue between E Main Street and New York Avenue, and Jarvis-Fleet House in the corner of New York Avenue and High Street. The town has several parks and green spaces including Heckscher Park right in the vicinity of The Heckscher Museum, Hilaire Woods Park, Huntington Rural Cemetery, Carpenter Farm Park, and Gold Star Beach Park. The Huntington Country Club on Main Street and Huntington Crescent Club on Washington Drive is across each other sitting on the western-eastern borders respectively. Huntington Hospital is the only hospital serving the community including nearby villages and hamlets and is located on 270 Park Avenue.
Huntington is home to two institutions of higher education, including, Five Towns College in Dix Hills and Seminary of the Immaculate Conception.
Port Jefferson Branch of the Long Island Rail Road serves the town and its surrounding areas between Cold Spring Harbor and Northport. On the Port Jefferson Branch, Huntington is the eastern terminus of electrification. The Town of Huntington is also served primarily by bus routes operated by Huntington Area Rapid Transit, though some routes are operated by Suffolk County Transit as well.
Huntington Coordinates: 40°51′36″N 73°21′8″W
We have a wide service area including Halesite.