County, State and Federal Programs are Designed to Help Business Owners Weather the Storm and Sustain Businesses During and After Coronavirus
New York State Ruling on Landscaping as of April 1, 2020: Landscaping for maintenance and pest control ONLY has been deemed an essential business and may continue. Other than property maintenance, it has been determined that all new landscape pr...
Due to the current State of Emergency and the associated social distancing mandates, the Town of East Hampton will not be processing or approving Special Event Permits until further notice.
A Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing Facility Has Been Opened in Riverhead by ProHEALTH Urgent Care
Drive-thru testing at the Riverhead ProHEALTH facility is by appointment only and is open to all, not limited to ProHEALTH Primary Care patients. Individ...
Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) provides payment to workers not traditionally eligible for unemployment benefits (self-employed, independent contractors, workers with limited work history, and others) who are unable to work as a direct result of th...
Upcoming expiration dates for all town-issued permits will be automatically extended until further notice, as town offices operate at reduced staffing levels due to coronavirus.
This includes recycling center permits that are due to expire as of ...
New, revised Guidance on Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order 202.6, published Friday, March 27 at the Empire State Development Corporation website, following letter by East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc urging wider restriction...
Effective Friday morning, March 27th, the South Fork Commuter Connection (SFCC) train and bus service will be suspended until further notice.
The MTA/Long Island Rail Road has announced a reduction in their overall train schedule by 35%, due to a significa...
Residents and Visitors from Manhattan Urged to Follow White House Task Force Advice and Self-Quarantine for Two Weeks; Gov. Cuomo Bans All Gatherings; Supervisor Van Scoyoc Asks for Compliance to Safeguard Community
Governor Issues Ban on all Gatherings as Virus Spreads: Learn the latest on confirmed coronavirus cases in East Hampton and Suffolk County; Health Care, Hospital, and Community Resources; State Directives; Business Assistance, and more
Under an Executive Order issued by New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo, all businesses designated "non-essential" by the state must cease operation by 8 p.m on March 22, 2020, an effort to keep the workforce at home to slow the spread ...
A MESSAGE FROM NEW YORK STATEGET INVOLVED
New York State is doing all it can to keep New Yorkers safe and stop the spread of COVID-19. But we’re stronger if we all work together. Governor Cuomo is calling on health care professionals, schools of ...
State Department of Health issues information regarding COVID-19 coronavirus and Pregnancy
Town collaborates with community volunteers and nonprofits; coordinated effort pairs providers with people needing support. Calls being made regularly to 500+ residents to insure safety, wellness -- meals, prescription pickups, transportation, provided.
In March 20 press release, Town Supervisor urges calm, caution, safeguards as coronavirus cases yet to peak. Food supply is stable; grocery stores set hours to accommodate seniors and first responders. Community cooperation requested to avoid shortages
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Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc to address the COVID-19 coronavirus situation at Town Board meeting March 17 at 10 a.m.. The meeting will be broadcast live on LTV Channel 22 and taped. There will be no in-person attendance due to coronavirus safeguards.
To limit person-to-person contact and community spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, East Hampton Town offices will close and meetings are canceled. Supervisor Van Scoyoc urges community to act responsibly and work together.
Officials in East Hampton Town are urging residents to limit contact with other members of the public in order to slow the spread of coronavirus, after EH woman is diagnosed with the contagious disease