The municipal parking lot located on off Lumber Lane and Gingerbread Lane Extension is behind Herrick…More Park. There are two sections -- one for daily parking that is closest to Herrick Park and one for long-term parking that is closesr to the train station.
Daily parking and overnight parking for village residents displaying a village parking permit is free. Overnight parking is limited to 14 nights. It costs $5 per night for non-residents. An annual long-term parking permit costs $250 and is available to townwide residents. Village Hall handles parking permits.
Elsa's Ark P.O. Box 2900, East Hampton, NY11937 Elsa's Ark was founded in 1998 by Pat Lillis. The nonprofit runs a pet foster care program, and offers low-cost or free…More spay and neuter services. Elsa's Ark also cares for sick, injured and lost pets.
HausVac, Inc. 108 N Main St, East Hampton, NY11937 HausVac, established in 1981, is a local company specializing in central vacuum system sales, products and service. It…More offers installation and maintenance of the latest central vacuum systems, offering same day, next day and weekend service to meet the scheduling needs of clients. HausVac offers no cost evaluations of existing equipment and estimates for new installations, and can be reached by phone or email.
Gardiner Mill James Lane, East Hampton, NY11937 Just a short walk from Home Sweet Home Museum and Gardens and the Pantigo Mill stands Gardiner Mill. John Lyon Gardiner…More and several others paid $1,300 more to have the mill built in 1804 than another house in East Hampton cost at the time to build. It remains where it was originally built on the east side of Town Pond and the South End Burying Ground, where Gardiner was buried.