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Sag Harbor Village Justice Court
55 Main St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
Sag Harbor Village Justice Court is host to civil and criminal cases. A schedule of cases can be obtained by visiting.
Sag Harbor United Methodist Church
Carroll St & Bhampton Sag Harbor Tpke, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
The Sag Harbor United Methodist Church opened up its new church building off the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike inMore 2010. Its last home was on Eastville Avenue in Sag Harbor Village, but the congregation sold the building. The new church is solar-powered and has a playground. The pastor is Thomas MacLeod. Sunday worship takes place at 10am; Wednesday prayer is at 4:30pm.
The Sag Harbor Express
35 Main St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
The Sag Harbor Express, located in the heart of Sag Harbor Village, has been published weekly since 1859. Arriving onMore newsstands every Thursday, The Express covers the news, sports and arts in the villages of Sag Harbor and North Haven, eastern Southampton Town and western East Hampton Town. The Express won editorial excellence awards from the New York Press Association in both 2000 and 2003. Bryan Boyhan has been the editor since 1988 and the publisher and owner since 2000.
Havens Beach
1 Havens Ln, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
Havens Beach is a Sag Harbor Village beach on Sag Harbor Bay. It is the village's only beach. There is a playground,More bathrooms and a gazebo. Parking stickers are mandatory and available to at the village municipal building, both resident and non-resident season passes.
Mashashimuet Park
Jermain Ave & Cr-79, Sag Harbor, NY 11963

Mashashimuet Park is located in the Village of Sag Harbor and overseen by the Parks and Recreation Association ofMore Sag Harbor. The park was bequeathed to the children of Sag Harbor and is not managed by the village. It features baseball diamonds, tennis courts, field hockey fields, soccer fields and ample space for picnics. Hamptons Collegiate Baseball's Sag Harbor Whalers play at Mashashimuet and renovated the baseball field. There is no golfing, camping, digging, archery or flying of model aircrafts at the park. Bicycle riding is prohibited on the playing fields.

Organizations or groups that wish to use the park must write to the Parks and Recreation Association, P.O. Box 1653, Sag Harbor, NY 11963.

The playing field closes for the winter each year through April 1.

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.
Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce
Bay St & Long Whrf, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce serves Sag Harbor Village, North Haven Village and the hamlet of Noyac. It hosts orMore sponsors several events each year to bring business to Sag Harbor, including HarborFest at the end of each summer. Membership includes a listing in the chamber's annual directory and guide, sponsored advertising, voting rights, and exposure on WLNG 92.1 FM and in The Sag Harbor Express, among other benefits. The chamber's board meets on the first Monday of each month at 6 p.m. at Il Capuccino Ristorante. The chamber also holds dinner meeting for members and others interested in the chamber. The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce has no office, but there is an information kiosk in the windmill near Long Wharf. The windmill is a scaled down replica of the Beebe Windmill, which is in Bridgehampton. Mail can be sent to P.O. Box 2810, Sag Harbor, NY 11963. The chamber is a member of the Hamptons Visitors Council and the Long Island Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Bay Burger
1742 Bhampton Sag Harbor Tpke, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
Bay Burger is a burger joint and ice cream parlor just outside of Sag Harbor Village, on the way to Bridgehampton.More During the summer, the kitchen also serves breakfast. The restaurant has become a hang-out spot, since it has a 50-inch plasma TV with XBox360 and, on some nights, live entertainment. There is also a garden patio. 
Marine Park
Bay St & Marine Park Dr, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
Sag Harbor Village's Marine Park includes a World War II memorial listing men and women from Sag Harbor who servedMore during the war, and a memorial dedicated in 1981 to service men and woman who served during the Korean and Vietnam wars. There is also a comfort station, built in 1987, with bathrooms. Residents and visitors gather at Marine Park on Independence Day weekend for a fireworks show over Sag Harbor Bay. A show mobile is occasionally brought to Marine Park for live performances by local bands.
Sag Harbor Fire Department Firemen's Museum
Sage St & Church St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
This museum is located within what was once Sag Harbor Village Hall and a Sag Harbor Fire Department firehouse. ItsMore collection includes antique trophies, antique fire apparatuses, shoulder patches from fire departments all over the country and a 1926 Model T Ford. Tours for groups of 10 or more are available by appointment from April through October. The building has no heating system and closes for the winter.
Sag Harbor Elementary School
68 Hampton St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963

Sag Harbor Elementary is the Sag Harbor Union Free School District's primary school, serving kindergarten throughMore fifth grade. The district serves the villages of Sag Harbor and North Haven, as well as parts of Noyac and Bridgehampton. The entire school population meets each morning for a 20-minute program in the gymnasium that includes songs and presentations on that school year's themes.

The elementary school has an active PTA, a school psychologist,  guidance counselor, reading teacher, speech pathologist, special education teachers and a social worker. There is also an English as a Second Language, or ESL, staff. The principal is Matthew Malone.

North Haven Village
335 Ferry Rd, Sag Harbor, NY 11963

North Haven is a 2.7-square-mile island settled in 1665, north of Sag Harbor. Driving through North Haven is the onlyMore way to reach the South Ferry to Shelter Island. The village is served by the Southampton Town Police, Southampton Town Highway Department and Sag Harbor Fire Department. The current mayor is Laura Nolan.

The village board meets on the first Tuesday of the month at 5 p.m. at village hall. The zoning board of appeals, planning board and Board of Architectural Review & Historic Preservation also meet at village hall. The village has a small planning department and a part-time building inspector. North Haven Village Park is located behind the hall.

Christ Episcopal Church
5 Hampton St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
Christ Church Sag Harbor is on the corner of Hampton Street and East Union Street in Sag Harbor Village. Sunday servicesMore are held at 8 and 10 a.m. The church offers child care during its 10 a.m. service, which is followed by a hospitality hour. There is also a 5 p.m. healing service on the first Sunday of each month. Bible study takes place at 7 p.m. on Wednesdays. The current church building was completed in 1884. The pastor is the Reverend Shawn M. Williams.