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Ronkonkoma is a hamlet and census-designated place located in the Long Island town of Islip. Part of Suffolk County, the hamlet is full of beautiful green spaces that offer plenty of outdoor activities. Those looking for homes for rent in Ronkonkoma won't be disappointed by the area's amenities, attractions, schools, businesses and community values. There's always something to see and do!

Intriguing Historical Facts About Islip

  • The Algonquin Indians used to live on Long Island. A division of the Algonquins, known as the Secatogues, resided in what's now the town of Islip. Their main villages were at present-day West Islip, Bay Shore and Oakdale.
  • On Nov. 29, 1683, William Nicoll purchased land from Chief Winnequaheagh of Connetquot. He named his 50,000-acre plantation Islip Grange, after his hometown of Islip, England. The original settlement included what's now Bayport, Bohemia, Brentwood, Central Islip, East Islip, Great River, Hauppauge, Holbrook, Holtsville, Islip Terrace, Oakdale, Sayville, West Sayville and part of Ronkonkoma.
  • Many early setters raised beef and grew grain. However, Islip's location on the water made fishing and shipping the primary occupations.

Helpful Resources for New Renters in Ronkonkoma

Visit the town of Islip's website for information on the local community. The town houses several other hamlets and communities aside from Ronkonkoma, meaning there are plenty of resources to explore.
Newsday has an entire page devoted to Ronkonkoma, listing breaking news, upcoming events and other exciting local happenings.

The Chamber of Commerce of the Greater Ronkonkomas is a great place to learn more about local businesses, discover things to do and sign up for membership.

County-related inquiries can be answered at the website of the Suffolk County Government. There, you can gain access to online services, familiarize yourself with the local government officials and learn about parks and services in the area.