Suffolk County Water Authority 32 Montauk Hwy, East Hampton, NY11937 Once a customer service office, the Suffolk County Water Authority buidling on Montauk Highway is now just a…More construction office and where certain work trucks are based. Customers cannot go here to pay their bills or speak with customer service represenatives. Instead, they can call the main office in Coram. Trucks are dispatched from the East Hampton office in the event of a problem with service. The Suffolk County Water Authority is a not-for-profit entity and has been offering public water service since June, 1951.
The Suffolk County Health Center at East Hampton 316 Accabonac Rd, East Hampton, NY11937 The Suffolk County Health Center at East Hampton offers HIV testing, bone-density and vision screenings, gynecology and…More pediatric care, colposcopies, sonographies, immunizations and more. For additional information, or to schedule an appointment, call the telephone number or visit the website provided.
Suffolk County National Bank 746 Montauk Hwy, Montauk, NY11954 This branch of the Suffolk County National Bank is located in the heart of Montauk's downtown, directly across from the…More village green and within walking distance of countless hotels, stores and restaurants. The bank provides a full range of personal and commercial banking services.
Suffolk County National Bank 351 Pantigo Rd, East Hampton, NY11937 This Suffolk County branch, located on Pantigo Road between East Hampton and Amagansett, has both a lobby and a drive-up…More window. The drive-through is conveniently open 30 minutes later than the lobby Monday through Thursday, and it opens a half hour earlier on Fridays.
Montauk County Park East Lake Drive, Montauk, NY11954 The Montauk County Park offers outerbeach camping, trails and the historic Third House Museum. With entrances on East…More Lake Drive, a slew of people use the park for fishing and camping using self-contained campers. The Third House Museum was originally a home for early colonial cattle keeper. During the Spanish-American War, it was the headquarters for Camp Wikoff, Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Riders, as the thousands of soldiers being quarantined for diseases there were known. A Spanish-American War exhibition displays photographs and memorabilia from the war. The park was formerly named the Theodore Roosevelt County Park, but the Suffolk County Legislature unanimously voted to revert the park to its original name in June 2012.