Commack

Commack, NY is a village in the town of Smithtown located in the Northwest area of Suffolk County. The area is famous for its Commack School District, Commack Public Library, and the delicious restaurants.

About Commack

The town of Commack has a population of about 36,200 people and is about 12 miles in size. Commack is an upper-middle-class community that consists of attractive suburban neighborhoods which has many available homes that are looking for their people. Properties in Commack are in neighborhoods that are family friendly, have easy transportation to the local schools and close to your local supermarkets or restaurants. 

Commack School Districts

  • Rolling Hills Primary School
  • Wood Park Primary School
  • Indian Hollow Primary School
  • North Ridge Primary School
  • Sawmill Intermediate School
  • Burr Intermediate School
  • Commack Middle School
  • Commack High School 

History

 According to the Smithtown Historical Society, in 1665, Richard "Bull" Smith purchased the portion of Commack which got its original name from the Indian word, "Winnecomac". "Winnecomac" comes from the name that the Native Americans and original inhabitants originally gave to the land which they called, "pleasant land" and "beautiful place".

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