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“DIG WE MUST”
The Seaview Board of Directors would like to remind our residents that starting tomorrow Monday September 8th, the “2014 – 2015 Sidewalk Construction Project” will commence with the breaking up of the
streets we are planning on replacing .........CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO!!!New Updates!!!

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wagonlogo The Community of Seaview on Fire Island

Seaview is a family-oriented seasonal community of approximately 360 homes, located in the central portion of Fire Island between the Village of Ocean Beach and the unincorporated Brookhaven Town hamlet of Ocean Bay Park. Of these homes, 290 are located in Islip Township, and the remainder are in the Brookhaven section of our community (The dividing line between the two Townships on Fire Island runs north to south along Ivy Walk in Seaview.)fire island map
Most residents use their homes as week-end and vacation havens during the months of April to November, and do not come to the Island during the cold winter season.  We do, however, have an increasing number of retirees who live on the Island for the entire summer, and there are also 4 or 5 Seaview families who reside on the Island year round.  Summer and year round residents alike are deeply attached to the Island, and third generation Seaview families are very common.  Many extended families also own more than one house, as children and grand-children grow up and come back to enjoy Seaview summers with their own families.


Most residents use their homes as week-end and vacation havens during the months of April to November, and do not come to the Island during the cold winter season.  We do, however, have an increasing number of retirees who live on the Island for the entire summer, and there are also 4 or 5 Seaview families who reside on the Island year round.  Summer and year round residents alike are deeply attached to the Island, and third generation Seaview families are very common.  Many extended families also own more than one house, as children and grand-children grow up and come back to enjoy Seaview summers with their own families.

The Seaview Association, an incorporated not-for-profit Homeowners Association (501 C-4), owns and/ or maintains the community’s sidewalks, bay and ocean beaches, a children’s playground and wading pool, six tennis courts, a ball field, a community house and doctor’s office, the Serber Memorial Park, and other common areas.  The Association also purchased the 60-slip Seaview boat basin in June 2006.

Contact / comment / feedback for the Board of Directors (click here)

 

 

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2009 FIRE ISLAND BEACH RENOURISHMENT PROJECT POST-SANDY STORM REPORT(PDF-Download)

Suffolk County Releases FIMI Stabilization Project Information
For Public Review (September 22, 2014)
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''DIG WE MUST''
September 13th, 2014

“DIG WE MUST” Update

The Seaview “2014 – 2015 Sidewalk Construction Project” has commenced with the breaking up of the streets we are planning on replacing during this endeavor.

During this project the following streets will be repaved;

Neptune – Beachwald to Evergreen
Crescent – Neptune to the ocean.
Duneway – Central to the ocean
Evergreen – Central to the ocean
Kelp – Baywalk to the ocean
Thompson – Juniper to Laurel

In properly replacing and repairing these streets, we will be taking out some sections of the street that were temporarily repaired following Hurricane Sandy. These streets will now be re-engineered, raised and reconstructed.

We apologize for any inconvenience you may experience in the initial stages of this project, but we expect that the streets undergoing this construction will be packed down every night allowing you to get to your home with your wagon.

Larry Mattiasen (Seaview Manager) plans to contact each of the homeowners on these streets to discuss their respective entrances and their restoration.

If you are impacted by this project and want to contact the Seaview Association to discuss your entrance, please email us at seaviewfeedback@gmail.com.

We will also be doing some concrete slab work around Seaview starting in this week. The first areas to be repaired will be on Homesite between Neptune and the ocean and Crescent between Central and Baywalk with approximately ½ dozen slabs either being repaired or replaced on both streets.

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