Due to the installation of a new water main for Wesley Avenue, Prospect Avenue has been temporarily closed to traffic at the intersection of Wesley Avenue for the next several hours. Please use an alternative access route to the upper Heights. Emergency Services were informed of the closure. Thank you for your understanding.
Please join Heights Board members and your neighbors for the Annual Heights Member Information Meeting
The meeting will be held at the Heights Fire House beginning at 10:30 am
In addition to exchanging views and answering questions, the Heights Board has invited some guest speakers
Peconic Land Trust's Melanie Cirillo and Holly Sanford will speak regarding Conservation Easements and Historic Preservation Easements
Shelter Island's Animal Control Officer, Beau Payne, will speak regarding Deer and Ticks, as well as hunting on the island and in the Heights
We look forward to seeing you at the session!
Welcome to the Heights Beach Club for "Bites and a Bottle"
Please join your neighbors for the second annual pot luck cocktail party
Bring your own hors d’oevres, cocktails or other beverages/ snacks
and join us on the Heights Front Porch - the Beach Club Veranda
Please RSVP to Cathy Driscoll at email@example.com by August 15
There is no rain date for this event
We invite all Heights and Beach Club members aged 3-16 to participate
· All contestants must register at the Beach Club before the event
· $5 registration fee per entry – payable at registration
· Judging begins at 3 pm
· Judges will consider creativity, height, technical difficulty, and use of space
· Participants must bring their own shovels, pails and building tools
· Prizes will be awarded - Cash prize for First Place
· Weather permitting – no rain date
Ice Cream Sundaes will be served after the contest judging ends
Please join your neighbors for gourmet pizza at the Heights Beach Club
Pizza supplied by 1943’s “Rolling in Dough” Pizza Truck back by popular demand
Please bring your own appetizers, wine, beer, or whatever
We’ll supply the view and the fun!
Friday, July 13, 2018
Cocktails (BYO) 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Pizza and Salad 6:30 to 8:00 pm
(Please be prompt as times cannot be extended for latecomers)
Price per person $30 if paid in advance (non-refundable) or $35 at the door
(Children between 4 and 10 years of age are half price)
Open to Heights and Beach Club Members and their guests – RSVP by Tuesday, July 10
Cathy Driscoll at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us for the Shelter Island Heights
Round Robin Tennis Tournament
When: Sunday, July 8, 3 PM
Where: The Shelter Island Heights tennis courts Refreshments will be provided
Please RSVP to email@example.com.
There is a limit of 16 players, First come, first”serve”
In the spirit of the Heights tradition, please wear tennis whites.
Heights and Beach Club members and their guests are invited to the Beach Club on July 5 to view the fireworks in Greenport.
The Heights front porch is a perfect spot for the festivities.
Wear your red, white and blue, bring your own beverages/ snacks, and enjoy!
Friends and neighbors will begin assembling at 8 pm.
Fireworks will begin at approximately 10:00 pm.
Have a safe and fun Fourth of July holiday!
* Greenport changed the date of their fireworks
Welcome to Summer!
Join your friends and neighbors at the Heights season opening cocktail event at the Heights Beach Club
Delicious appetizers will be catered once again by Marie Eiffel
Meet new neighbors, rekindle friendships, and catch up on news from over the winter
We look forward to seeing you on the Heights front porch!
Please join the Shelter Island Heights Property Owners Corporation Board of Directors at the Annual Membership Meeting.
The meeting will be held at the Heights Firehouse. Please join your friends and neighbors to learn about activities in our community and to share your thoughts and ideas.
The PSEG electric conduit installation project is drawing to the end.
Corazzini Asphalt will begin paving at 6 am on Monday and Tuesday, April 23 and 24. They will pave Cedar Avenue, Clinton Avenue, lower Waverly Place, Summerfield Place, the ferry terminal/ slip area and Chequit Avenue between 1 and 10 Chequit. The North Ferry parking lot will be handled separately after it is emptied of construction equipment.
If you live along the paving route, please do not park vehicles in the street during Monday and Tuesday. Please leave extra time if traveling for important appointments.
Thank you for your patience.
A Special Meeting of Heights members will be held on Saturday, April 21, 2018, at the Heights Fire House beginning at 10 am.
Notice was mailed to all Heights members in good standing, and the sole discussion topic will be the proposed purchase of a new ferry vessel.
All Heights members are encouraged to attend this very important meeting.
The conduit pull is scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday, March 15, as long as the weather and equipment cooperate.
Bay Avenue will be closed to traffic between Grand Avenue and Spring Garden Avenue and will continue to be closed until the pull is completed some time tomorrow late in the day.
There will be security personnel on site on Bay Avenue and lower Spring Garden overnight to secure the area, protect the conduit, and flag personnel will direct local traffic during business hours. Lower Spring Garden will remain open during the swabbing and pull process, and we ask residents on lower Spring Garden to park in their driveways or off Spring Garden today and tomorrow.
Trenching will continue on the south side (Prospect Park side) of Summerfield Place moving westbound toward the North Ferry parking lot. This means that all Heights roads will be open to normal traffic patterns.
Once traffic enters Summerfield Place, there will be flag personnel helping traffic navigate around the construction site. Driveways along Summerfield Place should not be blocked. Although there were no reported issues pertaining to this traffic pattern on Friday, please leave extra time on Monday if you have an appointment or a connection on the North Fork.
Trenching will continue on the south side (Prospect Park side) of Summerfield Place moving westbound toward the North Ferry parking lot. This means that both Cedar and Clinton Avenues will be open to normal traffic patterns.
Once traffic enters Summerfield Place, there will be flag personnel helping traffic navigate around the construction site. Driveways along Summerfield Place should not be blocked. Please leave extra time if you have an appointment or a connection on the North Fork.
Weather permitting, Haugland will trench on February 8th from the corner of Clinton and Summerfield Place toward Grand Avenue. That means that Cedar and Clinton Avenues will be closed to traffic. Ferry-bound traffic will be directed west on Chase Avenue and north on Grand. Where Grand is traditionally a one way, it will be turned into two-way traffic and managed by flag personnel.
Please leave extra time for travel and local residents living on Clinton Avenue should work with the flag personnel to access their properties.
Due to the poor weather forecast tomorrow, Wednesday, February 7th, the land side trenching work has been suspended for that day. Ferry bound traffic will use the normal ferry route for the day before the road work begins again on February 8th.
The second conduit pull work continues now and will last into the night. Bay Avenue remains closed until the conduit pull is completed.
Bay Avenue between Grand Avenue and lower Spring Garden Avenue will be closed to traffic from Monday, February 5 at 8 am through the afternoon of February 6 until the underwater conduit pull is completed. Lower Spring Garden Avenue will remain open despite conduit being stored on the east side of the road. We ask residents along the west of lower Spring Garden to park in their driveways off the street. East side residents will not have access to their driveways for Monday and Tuesday.
Trenching will continue on Clinton Avenue. As such the northern part of Grand will remain two-way as it has been for the last two days.
Weather permitting, land side trenching work continues. Cedar and Clinton Avenues will be closed to traffic on February 2nd. Ferry-bound traffic will be directed west on Chase Avenue and north on Grand. However, where Grand is currently a one way, it will be turned into two-way traffic and managed by flag personnel for both ferry and drop off traffic.
Clinton Avenue residents requiring access to their homes during construction will be directed by flag personnel located near Waverly Place. Please also inform Stella (631-749-0139 extension 109) at the Heights office if you are in residence on Clinton Avenue on this day so we can coordinate when the contractor will trench in front of your driveway (east side of the street).
Weather permitting, a manhole will be installed near the intersection of Clinton Avenue and Summerfield Place on February 1. That means that Cedar and Clinton Avenues will be closed to traffic. Ferry-bound traffic will be directed west on Chase Avenue and north on Grand. Where Grand is currently a one way, it will be turned into two-way traffic and managed by flag personnel for both ferry and drop off traffic.
Please leave extra time for travel and local residents living on Clinton should work with the flag personnel to access their properties.
Trenching work will be done on Cedar Avenue, which will cause Cedar Avenue to be closed. Traffic will be redirected west on Chase, then north on Grand, and then east on Waverly, where traffic will rejoin the natural flow of Route 114. Please leave extra time if traveling to catch a ferry to Greenport.
Check this site daily for updates.