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Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association

Above: Speakers NYS Assemblyman Fred Thiele, Southold Town Land Preservation Coordinator Melissa Spiro, and Senior Project Manager Peconic Land Trust Holly Sanford at a Mattituck-Laurel Civic Meeting.
Photo courtesy of ©Jean Schweibish

Current and Upcoming Events

MLCA Invites You to Attend a Audubon Society 

Event on Monday, September 25th, 2023 


Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association
Invites to their September Meeting


North Fork Audubon Society presents the Stewardship and Conservation of
Birds and Mammals of the North Fork at Veterans Park, Mattituck on
Monday September 25th from 6:30 to 8:30PM

The Speakers:

Jennifer Murray, Shorebird Program Manager

Peggy Lauder, President

Theresa Dilworth, Vice President

Be informed! Meet the Candidates!
Join MLCA at the CAST Building
Hosted by North Fork Civics of Southold 

Mattituck-Laurel Association invites you to an opportunity to meet the Candidates for Supervisor, Town Board, Tax Assessor, Justice, Tax Receiver,

Trustees at the CAST Building at 53930 Main Road, Southold on
Thursday,October 19th at 7PM.

Upcoming Events

Click below on each calendar date for more information about the Meeting/Event.


**Note: Town Board and Planning Board meeting times can vary from week to week, find the latest meeting times at the Town website, copy and paste this link:

Mattituck and Laurel Historical Facts



Located in the town of Southold, Mattituck is a hamlet in Suffolk County, New York. The population was 4,219 at the 2010 census.

Mattituck is believed to have derived its name from the Native American name for "Great Creek".  Mattituck Creek has been dredged and is used extensively by pleasure craft on Long Island Sound (the Mattituck Inlet is the entrance into Mattituck Creek, and the whole waterway is now popularly referred to as Mattituck Inlet).



Located in the town of Southold, Laurel is
a hamlet in Suffolk County, New York.
The population was 1,394 at the 2010 census.

Laurel was known as Franklinville as early as 1832 when the Franklinville Church and Academy were established. The name was changed to Laurel in 1898 when they applied
to have a post office established and there
was already a Franklinville in upstate New York.




The MLCA's Mission

The mission of the Mattituck/Laurel Civic Association is to
inform members on issues that affect Mattituck and Laurel,
to enhance our quality of life, and to help preserve the unique
character and natural environment of our hamlets


Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful,
committed citizens can change the world;
indeed it's the only thing that ever has."

                                             ---  Margaret Mead
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