Village of Greenport Sewage Plant Moores Lane, Greenport, NY11944 This site off of Moores Lane in Greenport is the location of the village's public wastewater treatment plant.
Village of Greenport Utilities Moores Ln, Greenport, NY11944 Greenport village residents get their electricity, water and waste-water services from this facility on Moores Lane near…More the high school.
Greenport Polo Grounds and Softball Field 180 Moores Ln, Greenport, NY11944 Maintained by Greenport Village, the Greenport Polo Grounds are used to host festivities such as the Greenport…More Firemen's Carnival, and the softball field has been used to host tournaments such as the Alex S. Mele Softball Tournament.
The Greenporter Hotel 326 Front St, Greenport, NY11944 The Greenporter Hotel, in the village of Greenport, is within walking distance of some of Greenport's best attractions,…More including shopping, the ferry to Shelter Island, delicious food shops and restaurants, and exciting nightlife. The Greenporter also has its own restaurant. The hotel staff is very accommodating, and the rooms are comfortable and welcoming at the end of a long day of fun.
Greenport Skate Park Moores Lane, Greenport, NY 11944, Greenport, NY11944 Greenport Village owns and maintains this popular skate park, which attracts skateboarders, inline roller skaters and…More BMX bikers. Challenges include the street course, a six-foot "half pipe" and a 12-foot vertical wall.
Greenport Theatre 211 Front St, Greenport, NY11944 Greenport theater first opened in 1939 as a single screen theater. Over the years, it has changed ownership several…More times. Most recently it has been renovated into a multiscreen theater with four screens. This theater is located right in the heart of Greenport Village, and can seat 911 people. Greenport Theater is said to have one of best looking lobby areas of any theater on Long Island.
Burrito Bar 211 Front St, Greenport, NY11944 Burrito Bar, attached to Greenport Village Cinema, offers meat and vegetarian burritos, as well as nachos and salads.…More Drinks include teas and smoothies.
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.</p>
<p>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.</p>
Greenhill Cemetery is located on Webb Street, just off of Main Street in Greenport. The cemetery grounds…More are well maintained, and the landscape has rolling hills, large trees and is adjacent to a wooded area and a residential neighborhood.</p>
<p>There are several large monuments and gravesites of whaling ship captains, a tribute to Greenport's maritime heritage. The cemetery is managed by the Village of Greenport Greenhill Cemetery Committee.</p>