The area around Lake Ronkonkoma is one of the oldest settled areas on Long Island, and it is also one of the fastest growing. This combination can result in the historic character of our community being threatened. The Historic Preservation Committee recognizes the need to safeguard areas rich in historic character while at the same time allowing our community to evolve.

The Historic Preservation Committee serves to:
Identify and protect historic buildings and sites.
- Create public awareness of historic places in our
- Work with the
Lake Ronkonkoma Historical Society.

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The Civic’s Historic Preservation Committee was instrumental in preserving the Agnew & Taylor Store and Newton's Garage.
Read more about the history of Lake Ronkonkoma at
Inside Lake Ronkonkoma