About North Haven

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Population:  1,162 (source: 2020 census data)
Number Registered Voters:  Changing all the time, but approximately 600
Area: 2.71 sq miles
          5.14 linear miles of roads
Property Taxes:
Town of Southampton 2022 Tax Rate per $1000 of assessed value = 6.0429 |
First half due mid-January and the second half due May 31.  Please refer to the tax bill for the January due date.  This may vary from year to year.|

Village of North Haven 2022/2023 Tax Rate per $1000 of assessed value = 0.4911
Payment due by July 1(unless otherwise noted on tax bill) without penalty.  

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The Village of North Haven is located in the Town of Southampton, in Suffolk County, on the eastern end of Long Island, in an area known as “the Hamptons”, in the State of New York. 

The Village is a peninsula, essentially surrounded by water.  North Haven can be accessed from the east by the LCpl Jordan Haerter Veterans Memorial Bridge from the Village of Sag Harbor, by a causeway from the south leading from the community of Noyac and passing by Edward Foster Memorial “Long Beach”, or from the north by ferry operated by the Shelter Island South Ferry Company.   

The community is residential with only two commercial business – the Peerless Marine Center and the South Ferry.   Many of the residential neighborhoods are comprised of private homeowner associations.   As might be expected, there are many waterfront properties.   The waterbodies surrounding North Haven are Noyac Bay to the west, Shelter Island Sound to the north and east and Sag Harbor Cove to the south.    Depending on one’s vantage point, views from North Haven can be of Shelter Island, the Nature Conservancy’s Mashomuck Preserve on Shelter Island, Sag Harbor, the Bay Point community, Barcelona Point, Gardner’s Bay, East Hampton, Jessup’s Neck, Southold, and points beyond on the North Fork of Long Island.    Large portions of North Haven remain undeveloped through permanent preservation of land.  Land preservation remains an evergreen goal of the Village Trustees to maintain the rural nature of the Village.

Public access points to the water are at the end of Sunset Beach Road and at Fahy’s Road.   North Haven residents may also obtain seasonal beach permits for a fee at Southampton beaches.  The closest beaches are at Edward Foster Memorial Beach at Long Beach or Sagg Main Beach in Sagaponack.    There are also a limited number of seasonal mooring permits available for North Haven residents to secure watercraft in the mooring field on the North Haven side of Sag Harbor.

Public Services:

Local Government:  North Haven is served by a hardworking group of individuals serving in a wide variety of elected and appointed positions who are vital to the operations of the Village.    The Mayor and the Board of four Trustees are elected to serve two-year terms.  Local elections are held in June.   Residents may register to vote with the Suffolk County Board of Elections.   The Planning Board, Board of Architectural Review and Historic Preservation and the Zoning Board of Appeals are comprised of residents that are appointed by the Mayor and the Board of Trustees.    The Village Hall is staffed with a Clerk/Treasurer, a Planning Clerk and a Building Inspector.

Local Recreation:  North Haven offers a children’s playground behind Village Hall as well as a basketball court and tennis court that can be accessed with a permit.    There is a hiking/walking path through the Stock Farm Preserve that can be accessed behind Village Hall (pick up a map inside Village Hall).

Local Newspapers:  Sag Harbor Express, Southampton Press, 27East

Public Schools:  Sag Harbor Union Free School District – Sag Harbor Elementary School & Pierson Middle – High School

Public Library:  Sag Harbor John Jermain Memorial Library

Public Safety:  Sag Harbor Fire Department, Sag Harbor Ambulance, Southampton Police, Sag Harbor Harbormaster, Southampton Bay Constable

Sanitation:  Sag Harbor Transfer Station, Various Private Services

Electricity:  PSEGLI

Cable/Internet:  Optimum/Altice

Water:  Suffolk County Water Authority, private well water

Sewage:  private systems – cesspools, Innovative/Alternative (I/A) sanitary systems preferred (required for new builds)

Nearest Hospitals
Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, Southampton – 11 miles
Peconic Bay Medical Center Northwell Health, Riverhead – 20 miles

Nearest Airports with Scheduled Service:
Long Island MacArthur Airport, Ronkonkoma – 45 miles
Laguardia Airport, Queens – 95 miles
JFK Airport, Queens – 82 miles

Public Transportation:
Long Island Railroad – Bridgehampton Station
Hampton Jitney – Sag Harbor and Bridgehampton stops
Suffolk County Transit Bus – Sag Harbor stops
Suffolk County Transit on Demand – Services North Haven