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 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 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 Department of Public Works 102 Willow St, Southampton, NY11968 The public works yard includes the superintendent's office and the highway, parks and building maintainance departments…More as well as the central garage. The central garage services all village vehicles, from police cars to highway department trucks. Public works is responsible for 55 miles of streets and sidewalks and 12 village beaches and maintaining village buildings, including village hall and the justice center. The superintendent of public works is Gary Goleski.
North Haven is a 2.7-square-mile island settled in 1665, north of Sag Harbor. Driving through North Haven is the only…More 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.