Coastal Environmental Protection and Management

Service Categories
Coastal Environmental Protection and Management has no subcategories

    Taxonomy Code: JD-1500.5000-140

    Programs that are responsible for preserving and managing coastal lands including shorelines, coastal waters and lands extending inland from the shore which affect coastal waters. Responsibilities include regulation of off-shore drilling and other energy-related activities in coastal areas, flood control, control of beach erosion, regulation of coastal access and development, shoreline protection, coastal tideland protection and regulation of other activities which impact the utilization of the coasts and their resources.

    Navigation Tips [+/-]

    by distance from Zip Code:

    There are 10 matching records.
    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    BUREAU OF MARINE RESOURCESProtects the ecological integrity of the marine environment. Responsible for marine and recreational waters, monitoring and protection programs, permitting and inspection of bathing beaches and swimming pools.SuffolkBUREAU OF MARINE RESOURCESSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
    DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AND WATERWAYSNassauDEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AND WATERWAYSTOWN OF HEMPSTEAD
    DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND WATERWAYSProvides detailed environmental analysis of all proposed projects and makes specific recommendations to the Town Board. Develops and implements environmental improvement and protection projects including erosion control, wildlife habitat improvement, drainage projects, shellfish seeding programs, woodland restoration, and public awareness programs on the need for recycling.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND WATERWAYSTOWN OF SMITHTOWN
    DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCESMonitors environmental factors in the Town, makes field surveys of beaches, marshlands, etc., warns of environmental hazards and possible dangers to fragile land areas, wildlife and plants. Accepts Grant applications for Environmental Projects for East Hampton.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCESTOWN OF EAST HAMPTON
    DIVISION OF HARBOR POLICEEnsures the observation of state and local laws for the protection of life, property and the natural resources in Islip's marine district. Works closely with Suffolk County Marine Police and the U.S. Coast Guard in their law enforcement, and search and rescue missions.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY ENFORCEMENTTOWN OF ISLIP
    LONG ISLAND BEACH BUGGY ASSOCIATION, INC.Serves as a social activity focal point for the beach buggy owners on Long Island. Preserves and protects the beaches of Long Island. Meetings are held the second Thursday of the month at the Robert Sweeney Education Center, Ocean Parkway, Babylon at 7pm. Call or visit the website for additional information.SuffolkLONG ISLAND BEACH BUGGY ASSOCIATION, INC.LONG ISLAND BEACH BUGGY ASSOCIATION, INC.
    LONG ISLAND DIVERS ASSOCIATION, INC.Promotes the recreational activities and sports of scuba diving, skin diving, snorkeling, and free diving. Also educates the public about scuba diving. Protects and preserves the marine environment and acts as a communication liaison between members and the government. Call or visit the website for more information.SuffolkLONG ISLAND DIVERS ASSOCIATION, INC.LONG ISLAND DIVERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
    TOWN TRUSTEESControls certain water-bottom lands and ponds, roads, trails and beaches, issues boat mooring permits and leases on land in Lazy Point manages use of beach vehicles, and large assemblage on beaches (parties) and works with the Natural Resource Department and the Nature Conservancy toward the protection of endangered species.SuffolkTOWN TRUSTEESTOWN OF EAST HAMPTON
    TRUSTEESRegulates activities along the wetlands and shoreline of Town, including structural improvements to property, excavation and filling within 75 feet of wetlands or open water, dredging, construction of docks, ramps, floats, pilings, moorings, bulkheads, or any stabilization structures. Grants permits including coastal erosion permits, wetland permits, trustee land permits, grandfather permits and waivers from the full application process.SuffolkTRUSTEESTOWN OF SOUTHOLD
    WATER QUALITY MONITORINGThis weekly program monitors the health of the bay and enables trained volunteers to work alongside environmental professionals and former science teachers in order to monitor various components of the marine ecosystem. Call for more information. Program runs April through October.NassauWATER QUALITY MONITORINGFRIENDS OF THE BAY, INC.

    Outline of Categories [+/-]

    Select a main category outline to be viewed: