Bridget Fleming

Welcome to my website and thanks for visiting! I have been honored to serve Suffolk County's 2nd District as your Legislator for three years now, and I’m proud of what I’ve accomplished.

I’ve focused my efforts on three areas that are critical to the East End: providing economic opportunity, defending the environment, and keeping your government accountable to you.

I look for opportunities to build our economy for the benefit of the entire community, I fight hard to protect our precious and fragile natural resources, and I draw on my experience as a fraud prosecutor to ensure that government handles your hard-earned tax dollars prudently.

I’m excited about the prospect of carrying these efforts forward by continuing to serve in the Suffolk County Legislature, representing voters from Moriches to Montauk, and Shelter Island. Serving in County government offers the chance to project our goals on a wide screen. That’s important because many of our challenges, like water management, call for regional solutions that touch multiple towns.

My family and I treasure our community and all it has to offer. As a County Legislator, I show up having done my homework, ready to work with others, and unafraid to say what needs to be said. If elected once again as your County Legislator, I’ll continue to do the same .
If you’d like to help, please be sure to visit my Volunteer & Contribute page, or tap Contact to get in touch. Thank you all for your support! I’ll see you around the East End.

Latest News

March 5, 2019
“Widespread participation in this groundbreaking cooperative project demonstrates the urgent need to arrive at effective methods to managing tick populations and combat tick-borne illness”  - Suffolk County Legis. Bridget Fleming

Suffolk County has declared war on ticks and the diseases they transmit with the establishment of a 10-municipality partnership that will work with local health department experts to expand research and combat the bloodsucking insects.

The initiative is part of a shared services partnership that will enable towns and villages... | read more ››

February 1, 2019

Beginning in March, commuters along the South Fork will have more transportation options through a new system of Long Island Rail Road trains and shuttles.

LIRR and South Fork elected officials gathered in front of the LIRR’s Hampton Bays station on Friday to announce the launch of the South Fork... | read more ››

August 6, 2018


Boaters take issue with bay leases for shellfish farmers

A rise in clam and oyster farming on the East End has some recreational boaters raising concerns.

The state gave the county the right to lease... | read more ››

July 17, 2018

Noyac residents were joined by environmentalists and elected officials on Friday, July 13, to call for the closure of Sand Land, a one-time sand mine that is now a vegetative waste processing facility. A recent report from the Suffolk County Department of Health Services concluded it is polluting the groundwater.... | read more ››