About Us

The not-for-profit Quogue Association with over 1,000 members fosters the general welfare of the Village of Quogue and preserves its character as a desirable and attractive residential community.

Our programs Include:

Public Information Series

We host speakers on important issues for Village residents that include such topics as beach erosion, taxes, the environment, health care and more.

Village Gatherings and Events

Join hundreds of your Village neighbors at our annual duck race and family beach parties.

Civic Action

When necessary, we are proactive on issues such as the expansion of Gabreski Airport where five of our Trustees have served on the Community Advisory Board and other committees. In the interest of protecting the quality of Shinnecock Bay, we organized a petition against the proposed parking of Recreation Vehicles off Dune Road in East Quogue.

Civic Awards

Periodically we present The Quogue Association Bowl to those who have contributed extraordinarily to the civic life of the Village through their volunteerism. In addition, we present The Humanitarian Award to members of the Quogue Police and Fire Departments who have performed above and beyond the call of duty. Each year, we present a high school student who is a resident of Quogue with our Community Service Award.

Beautification Projects

The Quogue Association is hard at work at another beautification project for the Village of Quogue. We are planning a Meditation Garden on the Village Green and we partnered with the Quogue Library and the Quogue Historical Society to restore the anchor at the library.  Over the past few years, we finished our renovation and landscaping of the Town Dock area, the Post Office garden and new landscaping in several different areas of the Village.  We also maintain the landscaping at the west entrance to Quogue Street from Montauk Highway, at The Post Lane Circle, and at the intersection of Post Lane and Dune Road. We hope you enjoy our lovely Village!


The Quogue Association evolved from the Quogue Improvement Association formed in 1905 to control the unbearable dust from the loam roads and to replace oil street lamps with gaslights. In 1929 this became the Quogue Protective Association to counter an epidemic of burglaries. In 1961 this group became the Quogue Association of today.


Mark Stevens, President
Maya Fox-Ryvicker, Vice President
Marcey Becker, Treasurer
Colleen Lynch, Secretary

Board of Directors

Claudia Paladino

Robert Levy

Robert Murray

Susan Alford 

Emily Hunt 

Susie Kelly