Still Time to Sign Up for Community Collaboration Day



Second Annual Community Cleanup Scheduled for
Sunday, April 23rd, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.


Together with the Fire Island Association, Fire Island Year-Round Residents Association, and Town of Islip, the National Park Service (NPS) completed the first phase of a project to reroute Burma Road to mitigate driving issues around Robbins Rest on March 27.

On Sunday, April 23rd, from 9:00 a.m. to noon, a volunteer day to clean debris and construct a split-rail fence within NPS and Town of Islip tracts near Robbins Rest will be held. This is the second annual community cleanup day.


We are actively seeking volunteers for this event and encourage you to email John Mahoney or call 631-687-4758 to indicate your interest.

  • In your response, please provide your full name, community you reside, phone number, and email address.
  • Tools and materials will be provided. Bring your own work gloves.
  • Please RSVP by Wednesday, April 19th. 

We will provide more information via email, to those volunteers signed up for the event.


Fire Island School students and families to pitch in at the Lighthouse / Kismet Cut Area


This year Fire Island School Superintendent Loretta Ferrraro saw an opportunity for the Woodhull school community to get involved as part of the April 23rd community cleanup.


Fire Island School students and their families will pick up litter and debris along the road, bayside, and beach between the beginning of Burma Road through Lighthouse check point and Kismet cut. It is a great opportunity engage in hands on stewardship to help Fire Island and highlight thier community service curriculum.


If you are traveling in the area that morning please drive with extra caution and give them a wave of encouragement for doing thier part to help the environment.