News & Events

  1. Town Landmarks Total 29 After the Academy Receives Designation

    Southampton – After recognition by the Southampton Landmarks & Historic Districts Board as being historically and architecturally significant, the Academy in Remsenburg was designated a landmark by the Town in August 2016. Read on...
  2. Southampton Town Invites Bridgehampton Business Community To Discuss Traffic Safety Concerns

    The town of Southampton will hold an informational meeting on traffic safety concerns with the Bridgehampton Business Community on Thursday, May 18, 2017 from 5:30-6:30 pm at the Bridgehampton Nutrition/Community Center. Read on...
  3. Water Quality Improvement Committee Volunteers Needed

    To become members of the Water Quality Advisory Committee of the Community Preservation Fund (CPF) Program Responsibilities will include the review and recommendation of eligible Water Quality Improvement Projects funded by the CPF, to the Town Board. Read on...
  4. Town Earns Clean Energy Community Designation

    Town of Southampton has announced it has been designated a Clean Energy Community by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), recognizing its leadership in reducing energy use, cutting costs and driving clean energy locally. Read on...
  5. Southampton Town Swears In New Police Chief

    The new Southampton Town Police Chief was sworn in today in the Town Clerk’s Office. Chief Steven E. Skrynecki was selected by the Southampton Town Board to replace Chief Robert Pearce, who retired last September. Read on...
  6. Supervisor Delivers State of The Town Address and Rolls Out New “Quality Of Life” Agenda

    Supervisor Jay Schneiderman emphasized public safety and “Quality of Life” issues in his State of the Town address. Mr. Schneiderman delivered his State of the Town address to the Town Board at its meeting Tuesday April 25, 2017. Read on...
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