St. James is a hamlet in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The population was 13,338 at the 2010 census. St. James is part of the Town of Smithtown and is located on the North Shore of Long Island. The ZIP code is 11780.
The Community Association of Greater Saint James is a way to bring people together who share a passion for making our neighborhood a better place to live. The association will continue efforts to keep our community safe, attractive and a desirable place to live.
to the Elected 2019 Board Members!
ST JAMES MARKET
Saturdays June thru August
9am - 1pm
At Long Beach, Nisseqogue
Saturday September 14th
9am - 4pm
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The hamlet of St. James in the Town of Smithtown was historically known as Head of the Harbor until 1853. In that year, Episcopalians living in the area organized a parish and incorporated a religious society known as the St. James Church of Smithtown.
In the following year, a church building was constructed on North Country Road and was formally dedicated as the St. James Episcopal Church. The name of St. James seems to have become associated with the community, because soon after this first church was erected, the Federal Government opened its first post office in the area and named the postal district St. James.
"There's always something to see in a big city, but sometimes, we want a slower pace. Thankfully, we have St. James, an incredible small town. Whether you want a great bite to eat, charming local stores and beautiful natural surroundings, you'll find it all in this beautiful town with a big heart!"
"Charming, friendly, historical, and so much more, St. James on Long Island’s North Shore is one of my favorite places - ever!"
"I had the pleasure of spending an afternoon in St. James and didn’t want to leave. Just go visit- that’s all I can say."