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A very small town located in the middle of many other larger towns in Suffolk County, Long Island. East Northport has no school district and its children are divided among many other districts. E.Northport in fact, is not East of Northport making it a very great place to be ironic. East Northport is home to the great Larkfield road and is just minutes away from everything the gem of Long Island can hold.
I live in East Northport. Where is it? Um... it's next to Commack or um, Northport....it's in Huntington, how about that, it's in Huntington
by E.northport girl January 01, 2006
 
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A town on Long Island that lies South of Northport. South Northport sounded stupid, hence: said town name. For lack of a better definition, I bring you an analogy: Northport is like San Francisco: more wealthy, more gays, more hippies, and more hills. East Northport is like Los Angeles: an immense mexican population, korean population, heroin addict population, and the terrain is much much flatter.
"I'm from East Northport!"
"Oh, so you're... you're a druggie...."

by signo December 30, 2006
 
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Small town actually South of Northport on Long Island. sometiems referred to "enopo"- cute little town where the majority of the people get high; the grades get low; and when someone has a secret, everyone knows. many small shops and cool stores. the best place on earth. home of the famouos "Grids" where everyone thinks theyre badass for living in (even though theyre not)
where do you live? East Northport grids. oh **your cool** I know the grids are ill! not really unless you like mexicans and small houses.
by livb22222 November 28, 2010
 
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A small hamlet in the Town of Huntington on the North Shore of Long Island. The area now known as East Northport was originally known as Larkfield. When the Long Island Railroad decided to expand it's branch to Port Jefferson, they relocated the Northport train station to it's current location on Larkfield road. They chose to keep the name as Northport, and rename the original station Old Northport. Conductors would refer to the new station as "East Northport" because the station was east of the original Northport. Eventually the Old Northport station was closed, and the spur removed (you can still follow it, along BOCES, through the woods, and the station was where the lumber yard is just past 25a). The name "East Northport" stuck and replaced Larkfield.

East Northport shares it's schools with neighboring Northport. Despite having a Northport Address, Northport High School technically sits on East Northport land. There is a small pocket of residents that live west of Elwood road in East Northport that have to drive right past Pulaski Road Elementary School and go to Dickinson Avenue Elementary School, which is also in East Northport. Dickinson Avenue Elementary School gradutes students to Northport Middle School, further confusing the mess.

The cost of living in East Northport is much lower than living in Northport, although some areas are much nicer than other areas in Northport.

East Northport extends from 25a to the north, Town Line to the east, Elwood to the west, and Jericho Turnpike to the south. East Northport is home to the "Grids" which are nothing more than tiny houses on tiny lots jammed in next to each other.

East Northport is home to such fine establishments such as Larkfield Lanes, Wendy's, both 7-elevens, and an awesome dollar store.

The East Northport Public Library was the first Library in the nation to include a cafe.
East Northport's a better place to live than Northport.
by Brian April 20, 2009
 
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A very small town located in the middle of many other larger towns in Suffolk County, Long Island. East Northport has no school district and its children are divided among many other districts. E.Northport in fact, is not East of Northport making it a very great place to be ironic. East Northport is home to the great Larkfield road and is just minutes away from everything the gem of Long Island can hold.
I live in East Northport. Where is it? Um... it's next to Commack or um, Northport....it's in Huntington, how about that, it's in Huntington.
by E.northport girl December 19, 2005