1. Green Power: Renewable Energy for Southampton’s Future

    Southampton, NY - The Town of Southampton's Sustainable Advisory Committee is hosting a public forum on “Green Power: Renewable Energy for Southampton’s Future” at the Hampton Bays Community Center, October 30, 2014 from 7 to 9 pm. Read on...
  2. October Is Bullying Prevention Month In The Town

    In order to bring attention and awareness to those harmed by bullying, for the 3rd year, Councilwoman Christine Scalera has sponsored a resolution, recognizing the month of October as “Bullying Prevention and Awareness Month”. Read on...
  3. Southampton Town officials announced today the release of the long-awaited Southampton Trail Guide.

    Southampton Trail Guide charts all of Southampton’s 300 miles of hiking trails, with two versions for east and west of the Canal. Guides are available at the Town Clerk’s and Parks & Rec Offices. $10 for one map/$15 for the complete set of east and west. Read on...
  4. Supervisor’s 2015 Tentative Budget Proposes Holding the Line on Taxes for Fifth Consecutive Year

    Town Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst today filed her 2015 Tentative Budget which proposes a 0% tax levy increase and bottom line total of $­­­­­­­100,400,000 in appropriations, easily qualifying the Town for compliance with the state mandated 1.5% tax cap. Read on...