Village of Quogue

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Village of Quogue

The Village of Quogue is located on the scenic south shore of Long Island, in the eastern end of Suffolk County approximately 80 miles from midtown Manhattan. The Village of Quogue, founded in 1659 came into its own as a summer resort community in the 1890s a period known in the Village as the boarding house era. Following lengthy debate, the Village was incorporated in 1928 thereby giving it the autonomy it needed to develop over the years at its own measured pace. Today, Quogue proudly stands apart from the “Hamptons Scene” focusing as it always has, on wholesome family oriented activities.

The Village of Quogue, incorporated in 1928, is positioned 40.82 degrees north of the equator and 72.60 degrees west of the prime meridian (40 degrees 82′ N, 72 degrees 60′ W). It has a land area of 4.2 square miles, surface water of 2.4 square miles, local population of 1,018 people within 11959 zip code according to the 2000 Census. Basically residential in character with a predominantly seasonal population, most residences are single family homes, although there are a smattering of multiple residential units located within the Village. The area south of the Quogue Street crescent is home to historic estates behind the tall hedgerows.  Commercial businesses are concentrated East to West along Montauk Highway and south of the villages sole traffic signal on Jessup Avenue, known as the heart of the Village. Old Country Road and the Route 104 crossing coming down from Exit 64 South of Sunrise Highway house the majority of the industrial offices, warehouse and service industry providers.
Quogue Village maintains its own police department to protect residents 24 hours a day. The Village Public Works Department maintains the local village streets and municipal facilities. The Quogue Fire Department is comprised of over 50 volunteer firefighters from the community. The Village of Quogue maintains one of the lowest tax bases on Long Island.

The beautiful beaches of the Atlantic Ocean on Dune Road’s barrier beach may be accessed via the single draw bridge at Post Lane.

Village Office
Incorporated Village of Quogue
7 Village Lane, Post Office Box 926, Quogue, New York 11959
Phone: 631.653.4498
Fax: 631.653.4776
Incorporated: 1928

The Quogue Association, Inc.

The mission of the 100 year old Quogue Association is to maintain and enhance the ambiance of the Village, to support organizations that strengthen the quality of life in the Village and on the East End of Long Island and to acknowledge the accomplishments of individuals and groups whose actions have contributed to the welfare of the community. The Quogue Association sponsors numerous activities including: Spring and Fall Public Information Series featuring speakers who cover issues that are of importance and interest to Village residents; beautification projects and plantings around the Village; publication of the Quogue Post Office Box Directory and a booklet that provides information about the Village for new residents; financial support to organizations that benefit our community; and holiday celebrations on the Village Green. The board also becomes proactive on issues that directly impact Quogue such as the proposed expansion of aviation and non-aviation businesses at Gabreski Airport. The Association also sponsors two important awards: the Humanitarian Award, which recognizes those members of the Quogue Police and Fire Departments who have performed above and beyond the call of duty, and The Quogue Bowl, which honors those who have contributed extraordinarily to the civic life of the Village through their volunteerism.

For any questions or concerns please contact us at

Mayor: William Sartorius

Officials & Departments

Village Clerk
Building & Zoning
Planning Board
Zoning Board of Appeals
Architectural Review Board

Quogue Police Department
115 Jessup Avenue – Quogue, New York 11959
Non-Emergency Business: 631.653.4791


Quogue Library

90 Quogue Street – Quogue, New York 11959
Phone: 631.653.4224
Fax: 631.653.6151

Library Hours: Sunday & Monday 12 – 5 p.m.,
Tuesday & Thursday: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Friday & Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Director: Christine Clifton
The Quogue Free Library is located in the heart of the village and maintains a small art gallery that features both local and East End artists. The library shares their property temporarily with the Quogue Historical Society and with the Old Schoolhouse Museum.


Quogue Union Free School District
10 Edgewood Road, Post Office Box 957, Quogue, New York 11959
Phone: 631.653.4285
Fax: 631.996.4600

The Quogue Union Free School District provides educational facilities at the Quogue School for the village’s primary level students, Grades K through 6. Neighboring Westhampton Beach School District provides service for Middle School students Grades 7 and 8 as well as High School students Grades 9 through 12.

Historical Society

Quogue Historical Society
114 Jessup Avenue, Post Office Box 1207 – Quogue, New York 11959
Phone: 631.653.4224

Saturday: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. &
Thursday:  3 p.m. – 5 p.m.

The Quogue Historical Society was founded in 1947 as the Historical Committee of the Quogue Library, and was separately chartered in 1977. According to its Constitution, “The purpose of the Quogue Historical Society is to bring together people interested in the history of Quogue, and to provide facilities, materials, and activities for these people to further their interest in local history. ”The “Pond House” just north of the village pond is currently being renovated by the Village of Quogue as the future home of the Quogue Historical Society. The organization anticipates that their new headquarters will be ready for occupancy in late summer of 2010. The house will provide for much needed storage for the Historical Society’s collections, research facilities, administrative operating space and display space near the heart of the village.

Quogue Wildlife Refuge
3 Old Country Road, Post Office Box 492, Quogue, New York 11959
Phone: 631.653.4771

Trails & Wildlife Complex Hours:
Sunrise to Sunset Every Day

Nature Center Hours:
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

The Quogue Wildlife Refuge is a 300 acre non-profit nature preserve that was founded in 1934 and is home to diverse wildlife. Open 365 days a year from sunrise to sunset, visitors can enjoy walking seven miles of trails to explore diverse habitats including forests and ponds, as well as the ecologically rare Dwarf Pines in the Pine Barrens.  The Outdoor Wildlife Complex houses permanently injured wildlife that require human care to survive including a bald eagle, owls, falcons, foxes and other native New York animals.

The Charles Banks Belt Nature Center offers spectacular views of Old Ice Pond as well as a variety of wildlife exhibits, live animals, a nature library, and gift shop.  Dogs and Bicycles are not permitted on the trails.  Come by and visit!

Hampton Theatre Company
Quogue Community Hall – 117 Jessup Avenue, Quogue, New York 11959
Mail: Post Office Box 734, Westhampton Beach, New York 11978
Phone: 631.653.8955
Director: Sarah Hunnewell

Hampton Theatre Company is a not-for-profit organization, dedicated to presenting plays of the highest quality. The company strives to create a vibrant local theater community, while reaching out to the broader theatrical world as well, to bring local audiences the best productions possible. The aim is to foster a love of theater and help keep the art form alive for generations to come. Founded in 1984, The Hampton Theatre Company presents plays from September through June of each year at the Quogue Community Hall. The company has produced more than 75 critically acclaimed productions of all genres in the last 25 years with casts drawn from members of the company and the East End community.

Quogue Junior Theatre Troupe

Quogue Community Hall – 117 Jessup Avenue, Quogue, New York 11959
Post Office Box 427, Quogue, New York 11959

The Quogue Junior Theater Troupe was founded in 1979 as an amateur theater group complete with professional direction, production and staging. The Troupe provides an educational and recreational theater experience while encouraging personal growth and development for the young people of Quogue and the surrounding communities.

Fire Services

Quogue Fire Department
117 Jessup Avenue, Quogue, New York 11959

Non-Emergency Business: 631.653.4620

Post Office
6 Midland Street – Quogue, New York 11959

This postal facility provides personal mail box service only without any rural home delivery

Facts – Demographics & Geography

Wikipedia –,_New_York

Notable Quogue Residents

Michael J. Fox – Actor
Tracy Pollan – Actress