Patterson Town Hall
1142 Route 311
Patterson, NY 12563
For all true emergencies, dial 911 (land lines and cell phones).
|Burglar alarms or panic alarms should be programmed to dial the Putnam County Sheriff or the
NYS Police. All automatic fire alarms and medical alert activations should be programmed to call the 911
center at 845-225-5364.
Burning permits need to be reported to 845-225-4860 before the fire is started and when the fire is completely put out. The permit needs to be called in daily.
|NYS Police, Brewster Barracks
|Putnam County Sheriff
|MTA/Metro North Police
|NYS Dept. Of Environmental Conservation
|Conservation Officer (Patterson)
General questions concerning wetlands and permitted activities
|New York City Dept. of Environmental Protection
|for issues within the NYC Watershed:
Pollution Prevention Hotline
|Patterson #1 Route 311
|Patterson #2 Bullet Hole Rd.
|Town of Patterson Ambulance
|845-878-6500 ext. 27
|Patterson Town Hall
|An after-hours voice mailbox is available for town emergencies that require the notification of a town official. To use the system, call the main Town Hall main number at 845-878-6500 and request mailbox #32 at the prompt. The Town Hall phone system will contact a town official after you leave your message.
Please remember to dial 911 for all emergencies requiring police, fire, or emergency medical assistance.
|New York State Electric & Gas (NYSEG)
|Natural gas interruption/emergency
|The American Red Cross
|The American Red Cross in Greater New York
P.O. Box 35-Building 2104
New South Post Road
West Point, New York 10996
|2-1-1 Hudson Valley
|2-1-1 Hudson Valley is a free and confidential 24-hour
helpline linking people to the services they need. 2-1-1 counsellors provide information, referrals and crisis support in areas such as
basic needs like food, clothing and shelter, to volunteer opportunities, legal services, drug treatment, employment support,
childcare, eldercare and more.
2-1-1 Hudson Valley is a service of the United Way in conjunction with community and government partners in seven Hudson Valley counties.
|NY Alert is the New York State
All-Hazards Alert and Notification web-based portal. It is part of New York State's ongoing
commitment to provide New Yorkers with information so that they will understand the risks and
threats that they may face and know how to respond accordingly. Each of us has the responsibility
to be as prepared as possible for any emergencies that may arise.
New Yorkers can sign up to receive alerts via their home phone, cell phone, or email in addition to reading alerts on the NY Alert website.