Residents of Old Field can contact the following government officials and services:
The Three Villages actually consists of the villages of Old Field, Poquott, the Setaukets, and Stony Brook. The Three Villages are served by the Three Village School District, the Setauket Fire Department, the Emma S. Clark Library, Three Village Chamber of Commerce, and the Three Village Historical Society.
Three Village Central School District
100 Suffolk Avenue
Stony Brook, New York 11790
Three Village School District Board of Education
Setauket Fire Department
Engine Company # 1
190 Main Street, Setauket, New York
Setauket Fire District
26 Hulse Road, Setauket, New York
Old Field is located in Brookhaven Township whose website is www.brookhaven.gov. The governing body consists of the Town Supervisor, Edward Romaine, and six councilpersons each representing a separate district. Old Field is located in the 1st Council District and is represented by Jonathan Kornreich.
Old Field is located in Suffolk County whose website is www.suffolkcountyny.gov.
The County is governed by a County Executive, Steve Bellone and an 18 member County Legislature. Old Field is located within the 5th Legislative District represented by Kara Hahn.
Old Field is served by the 6th Precinct of the Suffolk County Police Department.
The non-emergency contact information is as follows
Inspector Patrick Reily
400 Middle Country Road
Coram, New York 11727
The Village of Old Field is a member of the Suffolk County Village Officials Association whose mission is to support and advocate on behalf of the 32 villages (with a total resident population of 125,000) of Suffolk County.
Suffolk County Village Officials Association
66 Chichester Road
Huntington, New York 11743
New York State
New York State is governed by Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State
Senate and Assembly. Old Field is located in the State Senate District 2 represented by Mario Mattera. Old Field is located in the State Assembly District 4 represented by Steve Englebright.
New York State is represented in the United States Senate by Senators Chuck Schumer and Kristen Gillibrand and Congressman Lee Zeldin (1st Congressional District).