Conscience Point Marina 1976 N Sea Rd, Southampton, NY11968 Conscience Point Marina, owned and operated by the Town of Southampton, is on North Sea Harbor. It was originally a…More shipyard but was purchased by the town in 2003, using the Community Preservation Fund. It has 64 slips, available to town residents by lottery. There are gas and diesel pumps for refueling, bathrooms and showers, and gazebos and picnic tables with barbecue pits. There is a boat ramp, but a Southampton Town Trustees launch permit is required, and the Town Trustees and Boy Scout Troop 58 are working to establish an oyster reef in the harbor. The Conscience Point Historic Site is adjacent to the marina.
Sag Harbor Fire Department 1357 Brick Kiln Rd, Sag Harbor, NY11963 The Sag Harbor Fire Departments headquarters, including a dispatch room and the chiefs' office, is on Brick Kiln Road.…More Just behind it, on Columbia Street, it the substation for the Otter House Company. One of New York's oldest volunteer fire departments -and one of the oldest in the country- the Sag Harbor Fire Department has five companies: Gazelle Hose, Montauk Hose, Otter Hose, Murray Hill Hose and Phoenix Hook & Ladder. The department also has a heavy rescue squad, fire police and a dive/water rescue team. Sag Harbor often drills with North Sea, Southampton, Bridgehampton and East Hampton fire departments. The department also sponsors youth soccer teams and offers scholarships to Sag Harbor students. There is an open house every year during fire prevention week, the first or second week of October. The department has a fire museum open between Fourth of July and Labor Day, on the corner of Church Street and Sage Street. The current chief is Wayne Mortensen.
Southampton Volunteer Ambulance, not to be confused with Southampton Village Volunteer Ambulance, is a volunteer…More corps in the hamlet of North Sea. The corps's service area covers approximately 48 square miles and borders to the north with Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance, the the east with Bridgehampton Fire Department, to the south with Southampton Village Volunteer Ambulance and to the west with Hampton Bays Volunteer Ambulance.
Southampton Volunteer Ambulance answers nearly 800 calls each year. The corps has three advanced life support ambulances, two advanced life support first responder vehicles and two basic life support first responder vehicles. There are approximately 50 volunteer members.