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Yes, the Trustees handle residential, non-resident and commercial shellfish permits. Download applications for Commercial, Residential, and Non-Residential Shellfish Applications.
Southampton Board of Trustees 116 Hampton Road Southampton NY 11968 Ph: 631-287-5717 Fx: 631-287-5723
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All Town Hall offices are closed to the public. We are accepting 4 X 4, Boat Ramp and Lake Agawam Seasonal permit Applications via the Trustees online ePermitting Portal at https://epermits.southamptontownny.gov/ If you wish to mail in your permit Application please allow 10 - 14 days to process your Application. There is also a red “drop box” located at the front entrance to Town Hall.
Please e-mail a copy of your completed Application http://www.southamptontownny.gov/489/Forms-Applications, driver’s license and proof of residency to the Trustees’ General Email at email@example.com
Please e-mail your questions to the Trustees’ General Email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, there is a grace period in place until June 15, 2020 for all permits.
You may file a Complaint or report a Code Violation via the Town’s SOS Online Complaint System at https://gis.southamptontownny.gov/SOS/
Southampton Board of Trustees, 116 Hampton Road Southampton NY 11968Ph: 631-287-5717 Fx: 631-287-5723
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Permits are needed all year long, January through December.
The resident must provide a tax bill in their name, or their valid NYS Drivers’ License with a Southampton Town street address, or three utility bills in the their name (one from a year ago, one for a winter month, and one from the present, per the Town Code.)
Proof of residency and a valid vehicle registration; names must match. Download 4×4 ramp permit application. Southampton Board of Trustees 116 Hampton Road Southampton, NY 11968 Phone: 631-287-5717 Fax: 631-287-5723
Application, updated surveys, drawing to scale of the proposed project and photos of the site. Also, applicable application fees. Download an Instructions for Applications for Permits forNew Work, Reconstruction and Replacement of Existing Structures.
The Pump Out program runs from Memorial Day through October 15, or when funds run out. There are currently six boats that work out of Mill Creek, Cold Spring, Westhampton, North Sea, Hampton Bays and Sag Harbor. Recreational boaters in need of waste disposal need only to contact them on marine radio CH 73 and arrange a meeting place.
You may apply for a Shell Fish Permit at the:
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