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North Sea Fire Department
149 Noyack Rd, Southampton, NY 11968
The North Sea firehouse is on Noyac Road, across the street from the North Sea Community Association. The fireMore department's Firemen's Memorial Field is next to the communication association building and includes an athletic field and playground. Prior to the North Sea Fire Department's founding in 1934, the hamlet of North Sea received fire protection as a courtesy of the Southampton Fire Department.
Southampton Fire Department Shinnecock Substation
St Andrews Rd, Southampton, NY 11968
The Southampton Fire Department is a volunteer department serving Southampton Village and the Southampton Fire District,More which includes the Shinnecock Indian Reservation, and the hamlets of Tuckahoe, Water Mill and Shinnecock Hills. The department includes several companies and specialty teams, including Agawam Hose, Agawam Engine, Shinnecock Hose, fire police, hook and ladder, a rescue squad, water rescue team, rapid intervention team and a junior firefighter corps. The Shinnecock substation is on the corner of St. Andrews Road and and Montauk Highway, across the highway from the Shinnecock Indian Reservation. The fire department is headquartered in the village on Windmill Lane and a second substation is on Hampton Road.
Bridgehampton Fire Department
64 School St, Bridgehampton, NY 11932
Bridgehampton Fire Department, a volunteer fire service, has eight companies: Ambulance Company, Dive Team, Fire Police,More Light & Hose, Mack Company, Packard Company, Rescue Squad and Tanker Squad. The department serves Bridgehampton and Sagaponack and parts of Water Mill and Wainscott. It often provides mutual aid to Southampton and Sag Harbor fire departments. The current firehouse was built in 1983. The department has a Little League field behind the firehouse. The chief is Richard Thayer and Steve Halsey if chairman of the board of fire commissioners.
Sag Harbor Municipal Building
55 Main St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
Sag Harbor Village, founded in 1707, staddles the border of Southampton Town and East Hampton Town. The village'sMore municipal building includes the clerk's office mayor's office, trustees' office, building department, treasurer, fire marshal and tax assessor.  The village board also meets at village hall, on the second floor.  The current mayor is Brian Gilbride. Village elections are held the third Thursday in June.
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