Lobbyist Information

Due to the current situation surrounding COVID-19, lobbyists who are preparing reports for the periodic reporting deadline can have their report notarized remotely under Executive Order 202.7, as extended by Executive Orders 202.14, 202.28, 202.38, 202.48, 202.55, 202.60 and 202.67, 202.72, 202.79 and 202.87 as well as Executive Order 202.15, extended by Executive Orders 202.29, 202.39, 202.49, 202.55, 202.60, 202.67, 202.72, 202.79 and 202.87. Additionally at this time, our office can accept the reports digitally during the course of the current State of Emergency. If in the event that a lobbyist is unable to get their report notarized by the deadline, we are asking that they still be submitted and that a notarized copy be provided to us following their submission.

Lobbyist Documents

Laws of Suffolk County, New York Part IV Regulatory Local Laws (Chapters 201-500)

Chapter 580, Lobbyists

  • 580-1. Legislative intent
  • 580-2. Definitions
  • 580-3. Statement of registration
  • 580-4. Monthly registration docket. [Amended 3-9-1993 by L.L. No. 9-1993EN]
  • 580-5. Termination of retainer, employment or designation. [Amended 3-9-1993 by L.L. No. 9-1993EN]
  • 580-6. Periodic reports of certain lobbyists
  • 580-7. Annual reports
  • 580-8. Penalties for offenses
  • 580-9. Rules and regulations

Part I Charter

Article XXXIX, Prohibition of Contributions [Added 8-29-1995 by L.L. No. 4-1996]

  • C39-1. Definitions
  • C39-2. Prohibition on contributions
  • C39-3. Filing
  • C39-4. Penalties for offenses
  • C39-5. Applicability
  • C39-6. Rules and regulations