Community Development DepartmentCommunity Development Agency
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Doing Business with BNL
CDA Policies Relating to the Public Authorities Accountability Act of 2005as Amended (CDA Resolution #6 2007)
Historic Preservation Design Guidelines
2009 Town of Riverhead Parking Management Workshop Report
2009 Town of Riverhead Parking Workshop Powerpoint Presentation
Community Development - Manufactured Home RenovationSeptember 1, 2011
The Community Development Department is responsible for the economic development and workforce housing functions in the Town of Riverhead. Projects including downtown revitalization activities, historic restoration, business development incentives and urban renewal programs are initiated and implemented by CD staff. Grant procurement and administration is a primary function of the department including capital projects such as downtown waterfront revitalization, Calverton park development, infrastructure development to encourage business growth, the restoration of public spaces such as parks & venues like the Vail Leavitt Theatre and Suffolk Theatre, home improvement programs to assist senior citizens and low to moderate income homeowner-occupants with emergency home repairs, and projects to improve the environment and the quality of life of the Riverhead Town residents.
The Town of Riverhead desires to increase and improve bicycle use by providing commuters with bicycle locker facilities, and has recently received four bicycle lockers at no consideration from the New York State Department of Transportation that are located in the front of 200 Howell Avenue. The Town of Riverhead Biker Locker Program is designed to promote, coordinate and provide strategies that will encourage bicycling to reduce the use of single-occupant vehicles and automobiles. The bicycle lockers are reserved solely for the temporary storage of bicycles, and related bicycle equipment; and are subject to periodic inspection by town personnel.
The BIKE LOCKER Program is available to town residents and non-residents alike is administered by the Community Development Department. The cost per locker is $20 annually, plus a refundable $10 key deposit. Interested parties should contact the Community Development Department at 631-727-3200 ext. 236.
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