Commack Residents: Important Numbers to Have

Smithtown and Huntington's Hurricane Preparedness Guides suggest to have a list of emergency numbers nearby, so we've compiled one for you.

Smithtown and Huntington Towns suggest residents keep a list of important emergency numbers on hand in case of an emergency during Hurricane Irene.

As you prepare, print out this list.


  • Suffolk County Police: 631-852-COPS (2677)


  • Smithtown Senior Citizens Department: 631-360-7616
  • Huntington Senior Citizens Department: 631-351-3221


  • Suffolk County Animal Control: 631-382-7722
  • Smithtown Animal Shelter: 631-360-7575
  • Huntington Town Animal Shelter: 631-754-8722


  • American Red Cross of Suffolk County: 631-924-6700
  • Suffolk County Office of Emergency Management: 631-852-4900
  • NYS Insurance Department: 1-800-342-3736


  • Long Island Power Authority: 1-800-490-0075 (to report downed power lines or electrical emergency)
  • National Grid: 1-800-490-0045 (emergency gas safety service)
  • Suffolk County Water Authority (24-Hour Repairs): 631-665-0663
  • Water Authority (regular): 631-698-9500
  • Cablevision: 631-727-6300


  • Hampton Jitney: 631-283-4600
  • Hampton Luxury Liner: 631-567-5100
  • Long Island Rail Road: 718-217-5477
  • Suffolk County Transit (Bus): 631-852-5200


  • St. Catherine of Siena Emergency Department: 631-862-3111
  • Huntington Hospital: 631-351-2000
  • Suffolk County Health Services: 631-853-3000


  • Smithtown Department of Public Safety: 631-360-7553
  • Huntington Department of Public Safety: 631-351-3234
  • Huntington Town Department of Emergency Preparedness: 631-631-351-3030
Frank Imburgio August 26, 2011 at 04:52 PM
This is a great idea -- THANK YOU!
Kaitlyn Piccoli August 26, 2011 at 08:08 PM
Frank, You're very welcome. Stay safe.
Fred Reisfeld October 29, 2012 at 11:48 AM
Unfortunately the phone numbers do not print. The only phone number that does print is Huntington emergency preparedness. fred741@verizon.net


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