and Obey all Village Parking Signs
in 1806 from parts of a mill built on the same spot in 1736, Hook
Mill was used to grind grain. The mill was built by Nathaniel
Dominy V and is one of the best examples of American craftsmanship
in the Wooden Age.
in the Village Center and at Village Beaches
village strictly controls parking in village parking lots and
on village streets. It has no jurisdiction over private parking
lots owned by commercial businesses. Violation of village parking
regulations can result in vehicle immobilization or towing and
a mandatory fine. Village regulated parking lots include:
Reutershan Parking Lot.
Located between Herrick Park and the stores on Main Street. Two-hour maximum from 8 am to 6 pm from May 1st until December 31st. Also two hour maximum on Fridays, Saturdays and Federal Holidays from January 1st until April 30th. You are required to take a free ticket at the entrance to the lot and display it on the driver's side of your dashboard. Failure to display the entrance ticket may result in a mandatory fine.
Schenck Parking Lot.
Located behind the stores on the northeast
side of Newtown Lane. Same regulations as the Reutershan Parking
Lot (see above).
Lumber Lane Parking Lot.
Located off Lumber Lane and
Gingerbread Lane Extension and bordering Herrick Park. Divided into
two lots, one for daily parking (closest to Herrick Park) and one
for long-term parking (closest to train station.) Unlimited free
daily parking year round in daily parking area. Overnight parking
for a maximum of 14 nights is free to village residents
displaying a valid village parking permit and costs $5 per night for
non-residents without a valid non-resident long term parking
permit. There is a ticket machine in the middle parking lot. It does not take credit cards. An annual long-term parking permit costs
$250 and is available to East Hampton Town residents
outside the village. Parking permit applications are available
at Village Hall and on this website. Town residents should bring
proof of residency and a valid vehicle registration.
parking in the business district is restricted to a one-hour maximum
from 8 am to 7 pm year round. Read
and obey signs for parking on residential streets and at the train
station. Parking on some residential streets is prohibited or restricted
and strictly enforced.
To use village beaches, you must display a valid parking permit on your vehicle from May 15th through September 15th. Main Beach and Two Mile Hollow Beach are the only village beaches where you can pay by the day for parking - $25 per day on weekdays. On weekends and holidays a limited number of 40 daily parking permits will be available for each beach. Friday is considered a weekday. For Main Beach, you pay at the entrance of the parking lot. For Two Mile Hollow Beach, you must buy the permit first at the Main Beach Pavilion.
Village parking permits are free to residents of the village and cost
$375 per vehicle for non-village residents with a valid vehicle
registration. Parking permits go on sale the first business day in February. Non-resident permits are limited in number and are issued
on a first-come, first-serve basis. Violators may be towed and subject
to a fine.
Village parking permits are available at Village Hall, open 9 am to 4
pm, Monday to Friday except holidays, and at the office at Main Beach,
open 9 am to 4 pm on weekends starting Memorial Day and full-time from the last Saturday in June to Labor Day. Residents must show proof of residency (as per Local Law #1-2007). Both
residents and non-residents must provide a valid vehicle registration. Parking permits are non-transferable.
Parking permits are available through the mail. Applicants must send a
copy of a valid vehicle registration (please, dept. of motor vehicle registration – not title or insurance ID card), a copy of their drivers license, a telephone number, and a
self-addressed stamped envelope. Residents must also include the street
address and owner of the property as listed on their tax bill.
If the property is listed under an LLC, Trust, etc., please include the filing papers so we know who is involved. Non-residents must also include a check or money order in the amount of $375 with the telephone number written on it, payable to Village of East Hampton, and a copy of their drivers license. We do not accept foreign checks. Mailing address: Village Hall, 86 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937. Submissions without all the requirements will be returned, delaying process and possibly affecting ability to obtain a permit while supply lasts.
Town of East Hampton parking permits are not valid at village beaches
and village permits are not valid at town beaches. There are no town,
county, or state beaches in the Village of East Hampton.