One of the oldest active civic associations in New York State
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The Fort Salonga Association is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting annual 


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We are Fort Salonga


  About the Fort Salonga Association

The name  “Fort Salonga” traces its origins to a fort that was located on the eastern side of Fresh Pond  where the Patriots won an historic Revolutionary War battle against the British forces stationed there in 1781.  The Fort Salonga Association is a Civic Association that was founded over 70 years ago in 1945, making it one of the oldest civic associations in New York State.  The purpose of the Association is to preserve and maintain the shared values of the homeowners of our hamlet.  Some of the key values of the community include maintaining the residential integrity of the community, where homes are generally located on larger lots, maintain open space, protect the environment, and preserve the history and historic aspects of the roadways and homes. The Fort Salonga Association monitors  and engages with all levels of  local government to advocate for the community’s  concerns and best interests. The Fort Salonga Association is run by volunteers, all residents of Fort Salonga, who serve as elected officers and members of the board of directors.   


  FSA Meetings

An official annual meeting is held once a year, with general Association meetings being held monthly, and are open to all residents. 

The Fort Salonga Association meets on the 2nd Monday of each month, unless that Monday falls on a major holiday. Then the meeting will be held on the following Monday. Fort Salonga residents are invited to attend from 7:00 – 8:00 PM, at which time the Board will go into the Executive Session (or earlier if the open community session ends sooner). 

Monthly meetings have been held on ZOOM since the advent of COVID, previously being held at the Fort Salonga Elementary School. We hope to return there in the future, but in the mean time.... To obtain the date for each meeting, please go the CALENDAR on our website. For ZOOM meetings, you will find the appropriate link there as well (same for all FSA meetings, whether monthly/annual or special).

The Fort Salonga Association is dedicated to building a strong  sense of community amongst residents.  The Association hosts an annual Spring brunch, and children’s egg hunt, a new  residents welcoming get together, caroling in December, sponsoring student scholarships, and various community service projects. This website provides routine news and community updates.


  How do I know I live in Fort Salonga?

The hamlet of Fort Salonga encompasses the territory that is  bounded on the north by  Long Island Sound, to the east by  Sunken Meadow Parkway, on the south along Pulaski Road west  up to Richter’s Orchard and along the  orchard’s property line over to Old Bridge Road, north on the east side of Old Bridge Road up to the power transfer crossing point, and then north on both sides of Old Bridge Road, up to Middleville Road, and then west along Middleville Road up to Rinaldo Road, and then north on the east side of Rinaldo Road to 25A and north at the junction of Makamah Road and the Crab Meadow Preserve up to Long Island Sound. (scroll to bottom of page to see map) It should be noted that the hamlet of Fort Salonga is the dividing line between the townships of Huntington and Smithtown, running along Bread and Cheese Hollow Road.


  Who  should join the Fort Salonga Association?

Everyone who lives in Fort Salonga is invited to join the Association. Each spring the Association promotes its annual paid membership, which is $15 per household. The annual dues help the Association promote the community and advocates to help preserve our way of life.

  Community Outreach

The Fort Salonga Association is involved in several community programs, from our annual scholarship program to volunteer opportunities and civic involvements. Click on COMMUNITY OUTREACH for more info.