How many people work in Suffolk County NY?
The Suffolk County Department of Human Resources, Personnel and Civil Service is responsible for overseeing personnel actions taken by some 241 employing jurisdictions including school districts, towns, villages water districts, library districts, etc. Collectively, these jurisdictions employ some 40,000 individuals.
How to apply for Suffolk County Office of aging?
Due to the current health crisis, please be advised that applications should be mailed or faxed. The Suffolk County Office for the Aging is the designated Area Agency on Aging under the Older Americans Act.
Who is senior citizen of year Suffolk County?
The Suffolk County Office for the Aging and the Senior Citizen Advisory Board are now accepting nominations for the 2021 SENIOR CITIZEN OF THE YEAR AWARD. This award will recognize a senior citizen who has enhanced the lives of older residents in Suffolk County.
How to apply for DSS in Suffolk County?
You may call your local DSS office to apply. The in-person interview and application requirement is temporarily suspended. Your local district contact will decide if you meet all the eligibility conditions, including the income and resource requirements.
Who is responsible for civil service in Suffolk County?
The Suffolk County Department of Civil Service is responsible for overseeing personnel actions taken by some 241 employing jurisdictions including school districts, towns, villages water districts, library districts, etc. Collectively, these jurisdictions employ some 40,000 individuals.
Who is the county attorney of Suffolk County?
The County Attorney is charged with handling primarily all civil legal business of the Suffolk County government and its agencies.
Is there a bus system in Suffolk County?
Suffolk County Transit (SCT) public transit bus system; SCT is a local public bus system consisting of 50 bus lines extending from the Nassau/ Suffolk County line on the west to Montauk Point and Orient Point on the east.