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East Hampton Village has 5 ocean beaches: Two Mile Hollow, Main Beach, Wiborg Beach, Georgica Beach, and Egypt Beach. Beaches located in Amagansett, Montauk, Wainscott or Springs are NOT Village beaches and do not require a Village Beach Parking Permit. Beaches are open 10am-5pm from approximately May 15th to September 15th.
Non-resident beach permits go on sale each year on February 1st. 3,100 permits are available for purchase and cost $500 each. You may purchase online beginning February 1st on this website. You can also purchase by mail or if you are coming in person to Village Hall located at 86 Main Street, East Hampton, on the first business day in February.
No, there is no fee for permits for Village property owners.
Daily parking is only available at Main Beach and Two Mile Hollow Beach. The cost is $50 per day per vehicle. On weekends and holidays the number of vehicles is limited to 60 at Main Beach and 40 at Two Mile Hollow Beach. If you are purchasing daily parking for Two Mile Hollow Beach, you purchase it first at the Main Beach office.
Main Beach is the only beach that offers food. The number for the Chowder Bowl is 631-324-1272.
A Use of Village Property Permit is needed. There is no alcohol allowed on Village Beaches.
You must complete a Use of Village Property Application and file it with the Clerk's Office. There are fees and security deposits required for certain events so please check the fee schedule. Applicants must also supply an insurance liability certificate that names the Village of East Hampton as an additional insured.
You must complete permit application located on our website. Permits are required for any event that is 50 or more people and any public parking is being used for the event; this includes public streets.
East Hampton Village beaches are the following beaches: Two Mile Hollow, Main Beach, Wiborg Beach, Georgica Beach, and Egypt Beach. Beaches located in Amagansett, Montauk, Wainscott or Springs are NOT Village beaches and do not require a Village Beach Parking Permit. Beaches are open 10am-5pm from approximately May 15th to September 15th.
Yes, for filming or photo shoots on public and private property within the Village, you need to complete a Permit Application. The Fee is $500 per day and the applicant must include an insurance liability certificate with the application. Filming is not permitted on Village beaches when they are open and weekends.
The East Hampton Village Code can be found at this link: http://www.generalcode.com/resources/ecode360-library/
Find out when a permit is required and how to obtain one on our Permits & Applications page.
Find out where our beaches are located and more information about them on our Beaches page.
Find out where our parking lots are located and if you need to obtain a permit on our Parking Department page.
Handicap parking permit applications are available at Village Hall located at 86 Main Street, East Hampton. They must be completed by your doctor and brought back to Village Hall, along with the applicant's driver's license.
1 hour parking, year-round
1 hour parking year-round
<>The long-term parking lot is on Lumber Lane. You can parking there free of charge for up to 14 days at a time with a Village Resident Parking Permit. Non-Village residents can pay by the day ($5 a day for up to 14 days at a time). There is a ticket machine in the middle of the parking lot. East Hampton Town residents can also purchase yearly Long Term Parking Permit for $400. See the applications page for what is required to purchase the yearly permit.
The non-emergency phone number for the East Hampton Village Police Department is (631) 324-0777.
The East Hampton Village Police Department is located at 1 Cedar Street, East Hampton. It is staffed 24 hours a day by Village Dispatchers. Business office hours are Monday through Friday, 9am to 4pm.
Street light outages are common. You can call the Department of Public Works (631) 324-0641 or the Police Dept at (631) 324-0777. Don't forget the pole number and address the pole is in front firstname.lastname@example.org