Sag Harbor

Sag Harbor: They called this place Weg-wag-onuch which was derived from the Algonquin word “Weg-quae-and-auke” meaning “the land or place at the end of the hill.” Sag Harbor, at that time, was made up of hills, streams, meadows and swamps. The neighboring villages called this area Great Meadows.

The Village of Sag Harbor lays claim to a few other “firsts.” We became the first Village east of Brooklyn to have gaslights in December of 1859. The Village also has the great distinction of having the first Fire Department in the State of New York having been established by Chapter 58 of the Laws of New York of 1803.


Face Lift, second story addition and systems upgrade.  Renovation scheduled to start Fall 2022:

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