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 Engineering Department 300 Pantigo Pl, East Hampton, NY11937 The East Hampton Town Engineering Department is part of the Planning Department office. The offices are located in the…More Pantigo Place suites.
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.
The East Hampton Press 15 Railroad Ave, East Hampton, NY11937 In 2007, the Press News Group added The East Hampton Press weekly newspaper to the racks. The group also publishes The…More Southampton Press, a long-running weekly that covers Southampton Town. The East Hampton Press covers the eastern end of the South Fork, and is published on Wednesdays with three sections. The Press keeps a small office on Railroad Avenue in East Hampton Village.
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.
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 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.
While the East Hampton Historical Society preserves the rich past of the area, it also oversees five museums,…More national landmark historical sites, collections and workshop facilities. Its headquarters are in the Osborn-Jackson House—one of the museums it oversees—on Main Street in East Hampton Village. It also maintains the nearby Mulford Farm and Barn, the Town House, the Clinton Academy, and the East Hampton Town Marine Museum in Amagansett.
East Hampton Fire Districts Training Facility Industrial Road, Wainscott, NY11975 Owned by the town, the East Hampton Fire Districts Training Facility on Industrial Road is leased to the East Hampton…More Fire Districts Association. The warehouse building is located next to the East Hampton Town Police Department. Inside is a two-story mock house for training exercises. The East Hampton, Amagansett, Montauk, Springs, Bridgehampton and Sag Harbor Fire Departments all use it.
The East Hampton Republican Party PO Box 616, East Hampton, NY11937 Directed by Chairman Trace Duryea, the East Hampton Republican Party is dedicated to promoting truth, prosperity,…More liberty and peace. The organization hosts a variety of community events and town meetings. Visit the East Hampton Republican Party Web site for member, involvement, donation and upcoming event information.
East Hampton High School 2 Long Ln, East Hampton, NY11937 East Hampton High School is the public high school for East Hampton Town residents. Several school districts funnel into…More the high school including the Springs, Amagansett, Wainscott and Montauk School Districts. It is an all-regents high school and it requires students to complete a community service program and the school-to-work program before graduation.
East Hampton Housing Authority 316 Accabonac Rd, East Hampton, NY11937 The East Hampton Housing Authority office is located in a building at the Accabonac Apartments. The housing authority…More board is appointed by the East Hampton Town Board under Civil Service Law. The agency administers the Accabonac Apartments, Avallone Apartments and Springs Fireplace Apartments.