Our county executive

Steve Bellone

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone has focused on protecting Suffolk taxpayers, reforming County government, restoring water quality, and fighting crime to keep our residents safe.

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About Steve Bellone

Steve Bellone was first elected Suffolk County Executive in 2011, representing the more than 1.5 million people who call Suffolk County home. Steve’s top priorities have always been to protect taxpayers and keep our communities safe. Under his leadership, Suffolk has made historic strides in reforming government, promoting economic development, protecting our water quality, and improving public safety.

Upon taking office, Steve inherited a $500 million dollar budget deficit. However, he vowed to not place this burden on taxpayers. Instead, Steve embarked on a bold agenda to reimagine county government. Steve implemented innovative ways to do more with less. He consolidated and streamlined government operations, resulting in a more efficient and cost-effective organization. These reforms have saved taxpayers over $100 million each year.

Our Mission

Keeping Communities Safe

Steve believes that public safety is government's most fundamental responsibility.


Protecting The Environment

Under Steve’s leadership, Suffolk County has been leading the state, and even the nation on many environmental issues.

Reforming Government

Since day one as county executive, Steve has sought to re-imagine and reinvent county government.

Growing Our Economy

Since taking office, Steve has been a regional leader in promoting economic growth and revitalization in Suffolk County and Long Island as a whole.

Protecting Taxpayers

Steve Bellone has never raised county taxes on Suffolk residents and has always stayed under Governor Cuomo’s 2% property tax cap.