East Hampton Conservators - Our MIssion


East Hampton Conservators is East Hampton’s first Political Action Committee (PAC). Our mission is to control development, protect the environment and pure drinking water, and preserve open space, historic legacy, and quality of life in the Town of East Hampton through vigilance, public education, and the election of candidates with a proven record of dedication to environmental protection and good government.


We differ from not-for-profit organizations in that we are permitted by law to raise funds to support political committees and candidates who promote environmental protection and quality of life legislation.


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Message to Donors

East Hampton Conservators is celebrating its eighth anniversary in 2015. Please continue your support of our mission to preserve East Hampton by responding to our fundraising mailings. Or go to our “Contribute” page now and send your gift today. Thank you!

We invite members to write articles for our “Issues” and “Where We Stand” pages and to provide messages for our Bulletin Board on the Home page. We enthusiastically invite your participation.



Email Alerts

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Alec Baldwin Hosts

2012 Summer Party


Alec Baldwin







photo by Robert Ascroft


photo by Rameshwar Das


What's New with EHC?


photo by Ellen Watson

EHC 2011 Agenda





Bulletin Board


East Hampton Town’s
Comprehensive Plan

The town has a plan to preserve and protect the town’s future.

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montauk dunes

photo by Adam D. Smith                 



Town Board Meetings

Town Board meetings are held on the first and third Thursdays of the month at 7 p.m.Town Board work sessions are held on the first, second, and third Tuesdays of the month,and the last Saturday of the month, at 10 a.m. For further information, including the location ofTown Board meetings and meeting agendas, call the Town Clerk at 631 324-4142.


East Hampton Conservators Public Opinion Survey



Register To Vote

For information on registering to vote, or to obtain an absentee ballot in East Hampton Town, contact the Suffolk County Board of Elections at (631) 852-4500. Or email us at info@easthamptonconservators.com.


Volunteer Emergency

Workers Needed

They help save our lives. Call today.

Montauk: 631-668-5400

Amagansett: 631-267-3300

East Hampton: 631-324-6876

Springs: 631-324-9811

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