A Heritage River Community Growing on Strong Foundations
our communities public safety contacts
WELCOME TO OUR PUBLIC SAFETY PAGE
BELOW ARE LINKS TO ALL LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS AND FIRE RESPONDERS.
WE APPRECIATE OUR LOCAL HEROES. THEY RISK THEIR LIVES... TO PROTECT OURS.
Connecticut State Police:
Troop E Montville 860 848-6500
Borough Resident State Troopers:
For Emergencies - Call 860-376-2955
Report Street Lights out - Please call 860-376-2877 with the location and pole number of the defective light.
Office Hours 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday
A. A. Young Jr,
Hose & Ladder Company #1
105 Hill Street
Jewett City, Ct 06351
Phone: 860 376-2707
Fax: 860 376-3812
A. A. Young has been a volunteer organization since 1895 and has approximately 40 active members and many more life members. We average about 600 calls for service a year that include structure fires, fire alarms, motor vehicle accidents, water emergencies, incidents with hazardous materials, and carbon monoxide incidents. We respond with the Griswold Volunteer Fire Department to ANY fire in the Town of Griswold.
Our Fire Police members respond with us to assist with traffic control. We are certified by the State of Connecticut as Emergency Medical Service First Responders; and as such we respond to any medical emergency in our response area to District 1 that includes Route 12 to the Canterbury/Plainfield town line, Route 12 south to the Lisbon town line, west of I-395 and the borough of Jewett City.We proudly serve all the residents in Jewett City and the Town of Griswold.
The Griswold Volunteer Fire Department was established in 1947. This is a volunteer organization consisting of approximately 45 members trained in various levels of fire fighting, emergency medical treatments and HAZMAT certifications.
Griswold Volunteer Fire Department responds to over 400 calls each year. We respond with the Jewett City fire Department to all fires in the Town of Griswold including the Borough of Jewett City and are often called by surrounding towns for mutual aide. We are located in District 2 and we are responsible for everything East to Voluntown including I-395 North and south from the Lisbon line to Exit 87 in Plainfield.
The Griswold Volunteer Fire Department is always looking for new members and will accept 16 through 18 year olds in our Cadet Program he fire house is located on Route 138, Voluntown Road, in the Pachaug section of Griswold. Training night is every Tuesday from 7 to 9 PM. Meeting night is every third Tuesday of each month at 8 PM.
883 Voluntown Road
Griswold, CT 06351
American Ambulance Service, Inc. is based in Norwich, Connecticut.
Our paramedics respond to over 20 surrounding communities in Eastern Connecticut. We work with several of those communities as a result of our agreement with the Northeast Council of Governments.
In addition to all of our emergency responsibilities, we provide non-emergency or routine ambulance and wheelchair transportation. We are pleased to be working with all of our community hospitals and skilled nursing and rehab facilities.
We are proud of our history, and proud of our Team Members, many of whom are active on Regional and State-Wide committees, working to improve Emergency Medical Services in the State of Connecticut
home base is currently at the
Griswold Youth & Family Services Building on the second floor.
68 Ashland Street
Jewett City, CT 06351
Services handled by NECCOG
Please call 860-774-1253
In a poison emergency:
Uncas Health District (UHD) develops emergency preparedness plans for the municipalities of the Uncas Health District and five other municipalities included in the Connecticut Department of Public Health (CT DPH) Mass Dispensing Area 38.
Prevention, response and recovery plans are designed for public health emergencies such as epidemics, bio-terrorism, natural, and manmade disasters.
UHD works closely with the Connecticut Department of Public Health, Connecticut Department of Emergency Management and Homeland Security: Region 4 (DEMHS), and Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments' Regional Emergency Management Plan Committee and other local partners to assure comprehensive, up-to-date emergency response plans.