Visit your local USPS location for requests regarding receiving mail at your physical address. The Inc. Village of East Hampton has no jurisdiction over this request.
It is the Village Taxpayer’s responsibility to communicate a change of mailing address. Please utilize the Change of Mailing Address Form so that your Tax Bill/Tax Receipt, or other important documents are mailed to the correct address. You may return your completed form to Susan Steckowski via email: email@example.com or by Mail: 86 Main Street, … Continued
Village taxes are due during the month of August (the village’s fiscal year is August 1st to July 31st). Payment must be received in Village Hall, U.S. postmarked, or paid online, no later than August 31st to avoid penalty. Tax bills are mailed on August first. However, taxes are due even if you do not receive a … Continued
As provided in Section 250-1 of the East Hampton Village Code, an excavation permit is required when renovating a driveway. This includes a new driveway, the relocation of a driveway, the elimination of a driveway, etc. Please call the Department of Public Works at 631-324-4150, option 4 for more information.
The Village accepts donations of trees. To Donate a tree to the Village, please contact the LVIS Tree Committee at 631-324-1220, or visit their website for more information on the Memorial Trees and Plaques.
The Village of East Hampton has numerous benches for the public’s enjoyment and many of these have been donated. If you wish to donate a bench, please fill out the Dedication/Memorial Bench Application, also found in The Department of Public Work’s frequently requested forms. If you have any questions regarding the process, please contact Jill … Continued
As rain or melting snow flows over roads, driveways and lawns, it can pick up pollutants like motor oil, fertilizers, litter and pet waste. This “stormwater” that is not absorbed and filtered by the ground is not treated and usually flows into a storm drain system or directly into nearby waterbodies. This becomes stormwater pollution … Continued
Ken Collum is the East Hampton Village Fire Marshall and conducts fire inspections.
A Residential Knox Box is defined as a small, wall-mounted safe that holds keys to a building or home to be utilized by the fire department, emergency medical services, and sometimes the police department to ensure quick access to a building or residence. Residential Knox Boxes reduce forced entry that may cause property damage and … Continued
Two to three weeks.