During the winter months the Highway Department will occasionally receive calls regarding damage to mailboxes either from snowplows directly or from the force of snow being thrown by the plows. Remember, snowplows can hurl hundreds of pounds of snow in one pass. If damage is, indeed, caused by snow removal, it is not done intentionally, but is an unfortunate consequence of snow removal. It is understood that mailboxes must be placed on the highway right-of-way; however, this does not grant people any legal rights in the highway when needed for highway purposes. According to New York State\\\'s Highway Law, when the necessities of keeping the highway open conflict with the reception of mail, the latter must stand aside. Under the law, a homeowner could even be required to remove the mailbox and are also not subject to repair by the municipality.

Village Beaches


Beach Manager

Jr. Lifeguard Program 2021

Jr. Lifeguards 2021


If you received your 2021 beach parking sticker with walk on cards and there might be an issue, PLEASE do not call Village Hall; the beach manager is not on staff.

You can handle any issue directly at Rogers Beach when it opens on May 22nd at 10:00 am.

Thank you.

Rogers Beach is located at 105 Dune Road, Westhampton Beach, NY 11978, approximately 2 miles east of Lashley Beach, at the end of Beach Lane. There’s a snack bar, parking, showers, rest rooms, lifeguards and a nice deck to enjoy a meal. It’s the most popular permit in Westhampton Beach.

Lashley Beach aka Jetty 4 is located at 385 Dune Road, Westhampton Beach, NY 11978, approximately 2 miles West of Rogers Beach, just past the Dune Deck Beach Resort. There’s no snack bar, but there’s parking, showers, rest rooms, lifeguards and relative seclusion. It’s long been a favorite of locals due to a small jetty to the East.

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