NCC took an active role to work with East Hampton Town Officials to pass three resolutions to control aircraft noise through curfews and decibel level restrictions.

Southampton Town recently established a link on its website to report airport noise:  CLICK HERE All complaints will be forwarded to relevant agencies, elected representatives, and community groups. The Town will also forward complaints to other noise monitoring services that request it.

NCC was instrumental in the passage of legislation requiring the testing and monitoring of ground water at the Sand Land Mine on Millstone Road which sits atop our aquifer, the sole source for ALL our water, both well and public water. This issue is ongoing... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

NCC maintains an ongoing dialogue with the Southampton Town Board, Highway Department and the Police Department to improve the safety, maintenance and enhancement of Noyac Rd.

As a liaison with the Town Council, ZBA, Planning Board, and Code Enforcement, the NCC successfully negotiated to remove Turtle Cove objectionable signage and supported Wildwood Rd residents in land use issue/noise abatement with the Noyac Golf Course.

• Sag Harbor and Southampton Fire and Ambulance Corps
• Sag Harbor Food Pantry
• Youth Organizations and Veteran Organizations
• Scholarships for Higher Education to NCC Members

• Children’s Holiday Party (hosted by Dowling’s Restaurant)
• Annual Holiday Dinner Dance


60 Years (and counting) of Community Service

  • The Pavilion on Long Beach

  • The Antenna Towers

  • The Nabisco/Rowe Industries Cleanup Petition

  • Dead Man’s Curve

  • Changing of and Busing to School Districts

  • Golf at The Bridge

  • Drinking Water Issues

  • Bay Water issues

  • Groundwater Monitoring

  • Incorporation Proposal

  • Maintenance and Future of Noyac Road

  • Veteran’s Quilt

  • Noyac Road Acquisition

  • Local EcoWorks Donation

Charities we Support

  • Sag Harbor and North Sea Ambulance Corps

  • Sag Harbor and North Sea Fire Departments

  • Youth Advocacy and Resource Development (YARD) Program

Noyac Civic Council Scholarship

The idea of the scholarship originated several years ago by former Noyac Civic Council Officer, Paul Bailey. The $500 award was announced at the July 13, 2010 meeting. The scholarship is now offered each next year and is open to anyone pursuing post high school education, has done community service, has a need for the scholarship, and is a member of the NCC in good standing.

NCC Scholarship Recipients:

2010: Michael Remkus
2011: Nicole Jonat
2012: Emily Verneuille and Jessica Spehler
2013: Brendan Shiel, Kendra Weatherell and Jesse Petrucci
2014: Sara Bucking and May Evjen
2015: Duncan Bennett, Robbie Evjen, Angela Fierst
2016: Donald Bender, Katie Bucking, Arlena Burns, Ciara Weatherell
2017: Spencer Chase and Aris Witty
2018: Phoebe Bennett and Zebulun Kinney
2019: Francesca DiSpigna and Sage Witty

NCC Journals

2014 marked the 60th ANNIVERSARY of the Noyac Civic Council! Our COMMEMORATIVE 60TH ANNIVERSARY JOURNAL was printed and distributed to 500 people celebrating and supporting our fantastically rich and diverse community. Thank you for supporting this most worthwhile endeavor.