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Upcoming Dates

  • Membership meeting
    June 19 • 7:30 pm

    Upstairs Meeting Room
    Ridge Fire Department
     

  • Summer Concert
    July 27, 6 to 8 pm

    Longwood Estate
    Smith & Longwood Roads

Welcome

Ridge Civic is a group of active, involved residents who work hard to make our community a great place to live, work, and visit. Learn about our leadership, events, committees and scholarships on this website or stop by one of our membership meetings. We are always eager to see new and returning members who support our efforts!

 

Our meetings are held at 7:30 pm on the third Wednesday of the month  at the Ridge Firehouse in the upstairs meeting room. ​
 

  • Spring 2024:

    January 17 
    February 21
    March 20
    April 17
    May 15
    June 19 (no meetings in July or August)

In the images shown at right: The gazebo sits at Ridge Community Park, 1749 Middle Country Road, and the Ridge Schoolhouse can be found at the Longwood Estate on Longwood Road in Ridge.

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The Hamlet of Ridge

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Ridge is a hamlet of about 13 square miles in the northeast corner of the Town of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, Long Island, NY.

Middle Country Road (NY Route 25) forms the main downtown area of Ridge. Boundaries of our hamlet are, generally, Longwood Road to the south, Wading River Hollow Road to the west, Sound Avenue to the north, and just past Lake Panamoka to the east. County and state parklands and forests are bountiful in Ridge.

As of the 2020 Census, Ridge has 13,271 residents and a little over 5,700 households. Learn more stats about Ridge on this U.S. Census page.

 

Ridge offers quick access to all of Long Island’s attractions and amenities but retains a small town, country feel. This quiet country vibe is what helps our community thrive.

Our Purpose

As a group of active, involved citizens who work to encourage and celebrate civic spirit in our community, here is our purpose:
 

  1. Providing families with healthy, fun, local activities throughout the year

  2. Promoting the general welfare and safety of our neighborhoods

  3. Educating and informing residents about issues impacting our region

  4. Caring for our local natural surroundings and public spaces

  5. Supporting local students with two scholarships each year

  6. Distributing information about events of interest

  7. Promoting unity and pride within our hamlet

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