EMERGENCIES

FOR AN EMERGENCY

DIAL

—–>  911  <—–

(DO NOT HANG UP AFTER DIALING)

Please make sure your street number is clearly displayed near the road

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS

POLICE DEPARTMENT……….. 272-9351

(CHIEF GARY HEBERT)

FIRE STATION      ……….. 272-9149

(CHIEF BRUCE HENRY)

“PIERMONT PUBLIC SAFETY”

272-4911*

(24/7/365)

* Calls will be answered by Grafton County Dispatch

 

To be put on the list for Grafton County’s Emergency Notification Service (such as a missing child or emergency evacuations) click below to enroll in the CodeRed Program.

 

CodeRed

COPsync 911 is a “Real-time threat alert system” that immediately connects the staff of a building under potential threat with the five officers closest to the building’s location.

 

COPSync

ReadyNH is New Hampshire’s emergency preparedness website.   Here you’ll find emergency preparedness resources and tools to help you take action and be safe!

 

if-readynh

Emergency preparedness guidance from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, lists and explains specific threats and response.

 

readygov

SMALL ANIMAL EMERGENCY

Between the hours of 8 am and 10 pm, call the Bradford Veterinary Clinic (Dr. Dyer) at 802-222-4903
After normal working hours and 10 pm, contact:
S.A.V.E.S.
Small Animal Veterinary Emergency Services in Lebanon, NH
603-306-0007
Click here for more information