Town of Seymour
Code Red - Reverse 911 Registration Link
Please go to the above link to register for the 'CodeRed' System
utilized by Town of Seymour. Please take the time to fill out
the registration link it only takes a moment and it is very important to
register your address and phone number(s) to be added to this state of the art
system of Reverse 911. This system will be used for emergency
notifications as well as public service announcements for the town of Seymour
including information about community events, road closures, voting days, or town meetings.
If you have any questions or concerns please
the First Selectman's Office at (203) 888-2511
or the Emergency
Management Director at (203) 627-8531.
CodeRED Information Flyer
Alert App Information
Office of Emergency Management
Tim Willis, Deputy Director
Paul Satkowski, Asst. Director
The Emergency Management
Director (EMD) is appointed by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO. He/She
advises the Chief Executive on all Emergency Management matters and related
laws, rules, regulations and requirements of Title 28 and Public Act 87-535 of
the Connecticut General Statues, and the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and
Emergency Assistance Act, as Amended (42 U.S.C. 5121 et seq), Rev. 1998.
He/She develops, organizes, directs and coordinates the town's Emergency
Management Program with the goal of saving lives and protecting property by
maintaining emergency operational capabilities that mitigate, prepare for,
respond to, and recover from any emergency or disaster. The Emergency
Management Director is responsible for accomplishing all of the following
Emergency Management functions: (1) Emergency Organization, Planning and
Management, (2) Direction, Control and Warning, (3) Population Protection, and
(4) Training and Exercises. However, those emergency responsibilities assigned
to department chiefs by charter remain the responsibilities of department
Seymour Fire Departments
203-888-1909, Fire Department Clerk
The Seymour Volunteer Fire Department provides fire and
rescue protection for residents. The department consists of two companies
with a membership of approximately 150 volunteers. It is managed by
a fire chief and three assistant chiefs. The fire chiefs report to the
Board of Fire Commissioners whose members are appointed by the selectman.
Assistant Chief: Michael Lombardi, Stephen Childs, John Cronin Jr.
The following fire companies provide fire protection using 12 pieces of
apparatus and two chiefs' vehicles. Click on the link to go to their
Both fire companies also sponsor numerous events
such as Easter Egg Hunts and taking Santa through the neighborhoods prior to the
The Seymour Fire Department also has a Dive Team
which provides equipment and expertise for handling water emergencies. In
addition to working with the fire department, the Dive Team also provides a wide
variety of other water rescue and recovery services, including water safety
education and training.
Please see below link to "Fire Danger of
Seymour Police Department
The town is served by a full-time force
of 34 officers, augmented by a part-time force of five officers. There are
two full-time civilians and five part-time civilians providing ancillary
services for the department. The department is overseen by a Board of
Police Commissioners, which is responsible for establishing policies and
The department has 15 vehicles, three of which are new this year, and used by
patrol, detectives and administration. The department has a youth officer,
who works with all of the town's schools and a community officer. A school
resource officer serves Seymour High School and Seymour Middle School courtesy
of a federal grant.
The Police Department conducts a number of community programs including the DARE
anti-drug program in the fifth, eighth and high school grades.
The Seymour Police Department have their own
website please click on the following link:
- (203) 888-8843
The Seymour Ambulance Association is
the provider of all ambulance and emergency services for the town. Founded
in 1969, the association is one of the premier volunteer ambulance services in
the U.S. having been chosen in 2000 as the National EMS Service of the Year by
the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. It is the
mission of the Seymour Ambulance to provide and maintain an emergency medical
services system which will protect, educate, and serve the residents of the town
of Seymour as well as surrounding communities in a consistent and professional
manner without profit and subject to all laws and regulations.
To this end, the association's 100 volunteer members work to achieve the highest
levels of standards in the emergency medical services profession as MRTs, EMTs,
EMT-Is and paramedics.
The association is the lead organization of the William King, Sr., Health and
Safety Institute, providing health and safety training programs across southern
Connecticut. In addition, the association boasts the only EMS-based injury
prevention programs in the U.S. in its Safe Communities Program of the lower
Naugatuck Valley and its Valley-Amity Safe Kids Coalition. These programs
provide injury prevention programs such as car seat clinics, bicycle
rodeos, Safe-Sitter baby-sitting programs and a variety of injury prevention
initiatives locally and regionally.
Additional information about Seymour Ambulance and its programs can be found
Volunteer Ambulance Association.
is a list of Local Assistance Agencies that are available to Seymour Residents.
Assistance Agencies phone numbers 2013.pdf
Storm related issues is available on the State
of Connecticut Department of Emergency
Management and Homeland Security website:
Application Package for the
Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP)
HMGP Grant Application.pdf