Port Jefferson Station is a hamlet and census-designated place located in Suffolk County, Long Island, New York. Majority of its shops, businesses, and restaurants can be found along Nesconset Highway and Route 112.
As of the 2010 census, there were 7,838 people (up from 7,527 in 2000), 2,789 households, and 1,976 families residing in the CDP. The median income for a household in the CDP was $71,218 and the median income for a family was $83,854. Males had a median income of $67,466 and only $32,571 for females. The land area of Port Jefferson Station is 2.64 square miles with a population density of 2849 people per square mile. It is in the Eastern Standard time zone. Elevation is 170 feet.
Moloney Family Funeral Homes, Port Jefferson Station.
Port Jeff Bowl and the majority of Port Jefferson Station businesses, and restaurants can be found along Nesconset Highway and Route 112.
A Historical Landmark, one of the last remaining 1900s electric baggage coach cars at the intersection of Nesconset Highway and Route 112 in what is the downtown business district of Port Jefferson Station. The railroad car is the office of the North Brookhaven Chamber of Commerce which serves Rocky Point, Miller Place, Mount Sinai, Terryville and Port Jefferson Station.
New York State Department Of Motor Vehicles, Port Jefferson Station.
Port Jefferson Station was named after the train station of the same name. The former and merged name includes Echo. The train tracks mark the northern boundary between Port Jefferson Station and Port Jefferson. The area is a truly unique location for its natural resources combined with the friendly people who live and work there.
Port Jefferson Station Post Office, next door to Dino’s Pizza.
The Port Jefferson Station St Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church. The residents, government, and professionals are helping each other and allows for the ability to handle the increased demands of the growing community. As the population gradually increases, the need and opportunity for corollary business and professional services increase.
Port Jefferson Beverage Center, Port Jefferson Station.
The Echo Arms Adult Home, provides assisted Living senior care for elderly adults in Port Jefferson Station.
Port Jefferson Station Plaza.
A sign welcomes visitors and residents to The Incorporated Village of Port Jefferson. This sign is located outside of the Port Jefferson train station in the Village of Port Jefferson. Just steps away from the sign is the north edge of Port Jefferson Station.
Port Jefferson LIRR station in the Village of Port Jefferson at Railroad Avenue and Union Street. The south side of the tracks is Port Jefferson Station.
Port Jefferson Volunteer Ambulance Corps, or Port Jefferson EMS, established in 1959, protects the citizens and property of Port Jefferson, Village of Belle Terre, Mt. Sinai, and Miller Place.
The racial-makeup of Port Jefferson Station comprises of 88.42% White, 2.23% African American, 0.16% Native American, 3.76% Asian, 0.08% Pacific Islander, 3.61% from other races, and 1.74% from two or more races. Port Jefferson Station is primarily served by the Comsewogue School District, although some of its parts are covered by the Mount Sinai School District as well as the Middle Country Central School District. The Learning Center helps students get better grades and improve their learning skills. Club Scout Pack 339 is also based in Port Jefferson Station which provides extra-curricular avenues for self-development of children.
The Polish American Independent Club (PAIC) of Port Jefferson Station, established in 1934.
In honor and tribute to Marine Corporal Steven J. Crowley, who was killed defending a beseiged United States Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan on Nov. 21, 1979.
American Legion Wilson Rich Post No. 432 in Port Jefferson Station.
In memory of Louis Ortega, a man that loved his family, who served his country and honored his flag.
According to a 2007 survey, there were no registered sex offenders in the area making it a safe to live. Port Jefferson Station is much known for its shops, restaurants, and ferry service to Connecticut. The community has nearby public golf course that includes Heatherwood Golf Club located on Nesconset Highway in Centereach.
Comsewogue Public Library on Terryville Road, serves the Port Jefferson Station, Miller Place, and Mount Sinai communities.
As part of Catholic Health Services of Long Island, the Maryhaven Center of Hope assists children, adults and senior citizens with disabilities.
John F Kennedy Middle School, Comsewogue School District, Port Jefferson Station.
North Shore Christian School Port Jefferson Station, established in 1972.
Port Jefferson Station has several Houses of Worship including 5 Churches of Baptist, Methodist, and other denominations. Spiritual support by way of religious services and counsel is very rich in the neighborhood. Surrounded by some of the most beautiful and prestigious homes on Long Island; a stroll down of tree-lined streets and different house styles. It features ranches, high-ranches, Capes, split-levels and Colonials with very affordable rates. Home price starts at $250,000 up to $950,000 on high-end houses.