The East Hampton Town Planning Board 300 Pantigo Pl, East Hampton, NY11937 The East Hampton Town Planning Board reviews and issues a determination on plans for development of subdivisions and…More commercial properties from Montauk to Wainscott (excluding East Hampton Village). In addition, the seven-member board of the board gives input to the East Hampton Town Board on changes to the town code and Town Comprehensive Plan. A secretary is in the office during normal business hours, and the board meets in the East Hampton Town Hall on select Wednesdays at 6:30pm.
East Hampton Town Board 159 Pantigo Rd, East Hampton, NY11937 East Hampton Town is governed by the East Hampton Town Board. It is a five-member legislative body, consisting of four…More elected town board members and the town supervisor, who acts as the town's chief fiscal officer. The town board and supervisor have offices at the new Town Hall buildings, a group of historic barns and houses that were moved in front of the older Town Hall ,on Pantigo Road, and renovated. The offices moved in fall 2010.
East Hampton Town Attorneys 159 Pantigo Rd, East Hampton, NY11937 The offices for the East Hampton Town attorneys are about to get upgraded from a trailer outside Town Hall to a…More light-filled office in the new Town Hall. The project of renovating the historic buildings that were moved to Pantigo Road has finally come to a close. The attorneys work hand-and-hand with the supervisor, town board, and various town departments.
East Hampton Town Hall 159 Pantigo Rd, East Hampton, NY11937 East Hampton Town Hall has received a recent makeover. Historic buildings were moved in front of the old town hall and…More then renovated to work as one new building that is now town hall. It's home the offices for the town clerk, supervisor and town board members, as well as a few others. Each office has its own number that readers can find on Patch, but the town hall is where most meetings take place.
East Hampton Precinct 159 Pantigo Rd, East Hampton, NY11937 The East Hampton Town Police Department has a precinct behind the East Hampton Town Hall on Pantigo Road. Officers can…More take reports here, and officers who are working in the East Hampton and Amagansett area use it as their hub. The precinct is just steps from the East Hampton Town Justice Court, yet those awaiting arraignments are not housed here, but rather at the headquarters in Wainscott.
Town of East Hampton Architectural Review Board 300 Pantigo Pl, East Hampton, NY11937 The Town of East Hampton Architectural Review Board is an advisory board that reviews applications that go before the…More planning and/or zoning boards. It is under the planning department, with an office at the Pantigo Place suites. The secretary keeps normal business hours, and the board meets on the first and third Thursdays of the month at the East Hampton Town Hall at 7pm.
East Hampton Town Supervisor 159 Pantigo Rd, East Hampton, NY11937 The office of the East Hampton Town Supervisor is located at the new Town Hall, which is a group of historic buildings…More and barns that were moved to Pantigo Road and connected. The supervisor is currently Bill Wilkinson. His secretary, Johnson Nordlinger, can help answer questions and concerns regarding town issues.
East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals 300 Pantigo Pl, East Hampton, NY11937 The office of the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals is within the town planning department in a suite on Pantigo…More Place. The secretary for the zoning board is available during normal business hours to address questions regarding an applicant to the Z.B.A. The zoning board meets on Tuesdays in the East Hampton Town Hall on Pantigo Road at 7pm, except for the second Tuesday of the month, when it meets in the conference room on Pantigo Place for a work session.
East Hampton Town Police Department 131 Wainscott Northwest Rd, Wainscott, NY11975 The East Hampton Town Police Department serves the town from Townline Road in Wainscott to the Montauk Lighthouse, with…More the exception of East Hampton Village, which has its own police department. Officers also respond to some calls at the county and state parks when those officers are unavailable. Headquarters are in Wainscott, and the building houses the administrative offices, booking and processing department, evidence room, temporary holding cells, detective's squad and 911 dispatchers. There are precincts in East Hampton behind Town Hall and in Montauk.