Greenport became its own incorporated village in 1838, during its heyday as a major whaling port. Since then, it has…More transformed from a small fishing community into a unique and welcoming tourist destination on the North Fork. This building is where the mayor of Greenport and other administrators work.
The mayor and five-member village board meet the third Thursday of the month and hold work sessions the second Thursday of the month at a meeting hall in the Greenport Fire department building across the street.
Greenport Fire Dept 311 3rd St, Greenport, NY11944 Organized in 1845, the Greenport Fire Department has 125 volunteer members who respond to about 700 calls a year. The…More department has four engines, one ladder truck, two ambulances and two water rescue units. It also consists of a ladies auxiliary unit and junior fire department. John Grilli is the chief, Ken White is the assistant chief and Wayde Manwaring is the second assistant chief.