About Dominick

Dominick Thorne is a life-long Long Island resident, residing in Patchogue Village since the 1980s. Thorne has spent nearly 30 years in the local fire and EMS services and has made it his mission to put people first. His dedication to community service started in grade school, volunteering for the Salvation Army Thrift Store. At 12, he joined the Levittown Fire Department and at 16 he joined an organization of volunteers that patrol the parkways to help stranded motorists.

Upon moving to the Patchogue area, he joined the North Patchogue Fire Department as an EMT-critical care tech in 1990, where he served as captain of Emergency Medical Services for 10 years. He has helped train new team members and created a program to ensure every patient receives the highest level of pre-hospital care.

Dominick worked for over six years at the Suffolk County Board of Elections, serving as the training coordinator there. During his time at the Board, he trained hundreds of Brookhaven volunteers to ensure that the election process here in Suffolk County was fair and the residents could trust in the electoral process.

Dominick was first elected to office on November 2, 2021 and took the official oath of office on January 3, 2022. He was selected to serve as the Vice Chair on the Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Medical Services & Preparedness committee.

Legislator Thorne lives with his wife, Barbara, and two young daughters. For more information, please contact 631-854-1400 or email DominickS.Thorne@suffolkcountyny.gov.


  • Take Back 25
  • Bus Stop
  • Canaan Lake
  • Trash Removal on 25
  • Glove and Jacket at lighthouse mission
  • Water at Lighthouse mission
  • Prosser Pines
  • Thanksgiving at Angels of LI
  • Christmas miracles
  • Medford VFW Roof
  • Patchogue VFW Handicap door
  • Blue Point Laundromat project
  • Conifer Village
  • Blue Point stop sign at Corey Beach study
  • 5th Precinct for task force regarding homelessness crisis
  • Bianchi Weiss Superfund Site
  • Sandy Properties- 72H
  • Red Light camera ‘fee’ removal
  • Welcomed multiple new businesses w/ grand openings
  • Habitats for Humanity
  • Baby Formula drive- County wide during shortage
  • Mercy Center- new fence for female only facility
  • Stopping Well Life construction
  • 100th anniversary of Medford Fire Department
  • Food allergy legislation 
  • Back to school backpacks for Boys & Girls Club of Bellport
  • Woman of Distinction
  • Sponsored Medford Concert Series
  • Distributed COVID Kits to seniors
  • Toured homeless shelters
  • Campaign Finance
  • Met with local fire districts for low payments for Medicare and Medicaid patients
  • Blue Point sewer projects 
  • Res 1750- Poll workers paid more
  • Res 1416- campaign finance 
  • Res 1649- epi pens
  • Res 1780- Bianchi Weiss
  • Res 1954- 72H transfers
  • Mobile Mammograms