About Old Field

The Village of Old Field, located about halfway out Long Island along the north shore, was incorporated in 1927 and remains today one of the premier residential neighborhoods within striking distance of New York City, Stony Brook University, and the Hamptons and East End.

Our private beaches, accessible to village residents, rival in beauty to many great beaches of the world. From the sands of Crane Neck beach to the glacially deposited rocks of Whitehall beach, to the tidal estuary of Flax Pond, Old Field is surround by awe inspiring water.

No stoplights, no commercial businesses, just beautiful tree-lined roads, large private lots, historic and contemporary homes, and friendly, welcoming residents create a serene and comforting community.

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Mayor’s Desk
Tom Gulbransen

Resolutions define a place as a village.
Relationships among neighbors create community.
Resources preserved for those who come after us become our heritage.

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Welcome to Old Field

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About Old Field, NY

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Village News

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Our History

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Points of Interest

What to see and do

Village Statistics

Community by the numbers

Neighborhood Associations

2022-23 Calendar for BOT Meetings

Preserving & Restoring The Lighthouse