Southampton Village Justice Court 151 Windmill Ln, Southampton, NY11968 Located within the Southampton Village Police headquarters, the Southampton Village Justice Court was founded in 2002.…More Before that, the village used the Southampton Town court system to handle its cases. The village court can prosecute violations, infractions and misdemeanors. Felonies cases are forwarded to Suffolk County Criminal Court. The current village justice is Barbara Wilson.
Southampton Village Volunteer Ambulance 44 Meeting House Ln, Southampton, NY11968 Southampton Village Volunteer Ambulance has vehicles equipped for both basic and advanced life support. The ambulance…More corps primarily transports patients to Southampton Hospital, but according to emergency protocol, the corps may travel to hospitals further west or transfer a patient to a Suffolk County Police Medevac helicopter. Department meetings are held the third Monday of each month at 7pm. Southampton Village trustee Paul Robinson is the village board liason to the ambulance corps.
Southampton Village Real Estate 225 Hill St, Southampton, NY11968 Southampton Village Real Estate specializes in residential Southampton real estate. Brokers Joan and Paul Robinson lend…More their knowledge of this community, its history and resources to their clients. They assist clients throughout the entire search and homebuying process.
Southampton Fire Department Windmill Lane Station Windmill Ln & Coopers Farm Rd, Southampton, NY11968 The Southampton Fire Department is headquartered on Windmill Lane in Southampton Village. It is a volunteer department…More serving Southampton Village and the Southampton Fire District, 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, Southampton Hose, fire police, hook and ladder, a rescue squad, water rescue team, rapid intervention team and a junior firefighter corps. The department has two substations, one on Hampton Road and the Shinnecock substation on the corner of St. Andrews Road and and Montauk Highway, across the highway from the Shinnecock Indian Reservation.
Southampton Village Police Department 151 Windmill Ln, Southampton, NY11968 The Village police cover approximately seven square miles providing traffic enforcement, emergency response and a…More detective's division. The police department also oversees village code enforcement and the police station which includes a dispatch room and antenna for all of the village's emergency services. The chief is Thomas Cummings.
Southampton Village Motel 315 Hampton Rd, Southampton, NY11968 Planning a beach getaway this spring or summer? Southampton Village Motel is an excellent choice for your…More accommodations. The motel is quaint, quiet, cozy and just minutes from the beach and world class shopping.
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.</p>
<p>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.</p>
Southampton Village Hall 23 Main St, Southampton, NY11968 Southampton Village, which incorporated in 1894, traces its roots back to the settlement of Southampton in 1640. Village…More Hall houses the mayor's office, village administrator, tax receiver, treasurer and boardroom. The zoning board of appeals, board of architectural review and historic preservation, planning board, planning commission and board of trustees all meet here. Village Hall was completed in 1917, and the second and third floors have been unoccupied since 2002, when the village police department moved to Windmill Lane. Mark Epley serves as mayor.
Gin Beach is a Southampton Village beach next to the Southampton Bathing Corporation. It is an unprotected beach. A…More village beach sticker is required to park between the Friday before Memorial Day until the middle of September. Surfcasting, launching power boats and surfing outside of designated areas are prohibited during this period between 9 a.m and 6 p.m. Parking stickers are available at Village Hall and Coopers Beach, free for village residents, at a cost for residents of the Southampton School District and Southampton Fire District and at a greater cost for summer visitors.<br /><br />Camping, alcohol, bonfires, erecting tents, playing hardball, littering, unleashed animals and nudity are prohibited at all times.<br /><br />There is drive-on access, but both a Southampton Village and a Southampton Town Trustees 4x4 beach driving permit are required.</p>
<p>The beach is closed when the Agawam Lake drain pipe is open. No swimming, surfing or fishing is permitted at these times.</p>
Southampton Full Gospel Church 130 County Road 39, Southampton, NY11968 Southampton Full Gospel is an evangelical church at the entrance to Southampton Village on County Road 39, across the…More street from Southampton Cemetery. There are several undeveloped acres of woods behind the church. The facility has had an outreach ministry since 1982 called Mission Reach Out Haiti that provides food, education and medical care to Haitian children at a school it built in the impoverished nation.