New York's Long Island Sound coast encompasses 304 miles of shoreline in Westchester, Bronx, Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk counties and its watershed is home to nearly 1.5 million people. Accelerated demands for development, declining water quality in harbors and embayments, and difficulties sustaining a healthy maritime economy, led our office to develop a regional approach to address the coastal management issues unique to Long Island Sound.
Long Island’s coastal communities were hit hard by Superstorm Sandy. View the 22 NY Rising Plans that describe how the area will build back better than before the storm.
This document provides information on the East Hampton Scenic Areas of Statewide...