Greenwich CT Police and Fire

Greenwich Police

Greenwich is patrolled by a force of  uniformed police officers backed by civilian employees and they have over the years established one of the most secure urban environments in the U.S. A larger, more modern police headquarters meanwhile is operational and now call the Greenwich Safety Complex. The emergency number is 911. The non-emergency phone number of 203.622.8000

In addition to regular street patrols, because of its coastal location the department maintains a seasonal Marine Operations Division that provides emergency medical services and general assistance to boaters in town waters on Long Island Sound. There is also a police scuba team trained in search and rescue. A K-9 unit with a dog trained in tracking and drug detection is also part of the department.

Greenwich Police
15 Havemeyer Place
Greenwich, CT 06830
Non-Emergency Phone: 203.622.8000
Fax: 203.618-8866
Web site



The Greenwich Fire Department has uniformed career firefighters and volunteers works out of eight firehouses in Greenwich and  Banksville, N.Y.

The department goes back to 1876 when Amogerone Volunteer Corps was established. The volunteer contingent still exists today and is based in the fire department headquarters at downtown Havemeyer Place.

Greenwich Fire Department
15 Havemeyer Place
Greenwich, CT 06830
Telephone: (203) 622-3959
Fax: (203) 622-8062
Web site

The other station locations:

Station 2: Cos Cob
200 Post Road
Cos Cob, CT 06807

Station 3: Byram
Delavan Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830

Station 4: Glenville
266 Glenville Road
Greenwich, CT 06831

Station 5: Sound Beach
207 Sound Beach Avenue
Old Greenwich, CT 06870

Station 6: Round Hill
16 West Old Mill Road
Greenwich, CT 06831

Station 7: Banksville, NY
33 Bedford Greenwich Rd.

Station B: Back Country
669 North Street
Greenwich, CT 06830