Public Safety

 

Town of Brookfield

Public Safety Advisory Committee

JUNE  SAFETY MESSAGE

This message was created for the residents and property owners of Brookfield but may be relevant for folks in Braintree and Randolph as well.

BROOKFIELD PUBLIC SAFETY ADVISORY COMMITTEE PROGRESS

So that folks who drive either Ridge Road or Stone Road in Brookfield are not taken by surprise, there are two speed limit changes to be aware of.

The school zone speed limit of 30 miles per hour by the Brookfield Elementary School is 30 MPH at all times, not just when school is in session.  The school is used for meetings and the playground could be used by children even when school is not in session.

Stone Road starting near the Floating Bridge and proceeding North through Pond Village will have 25 mile per hour signs placed in the near future.  These signs replace the 30 MPH signs that have been placed in error in past years.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department will place a portable radar speed display sign at each location to provide you a reminder for a few days.

The E-911 Reflective House Number Signs are available for Brookfield residents and property owners.   They are optional.  They are provided to help the ambulance, fire truck or police cruiser find your house in an emergency.  The signs are green and white similar to street signs and are 4 inches by 14 inches.  They cost $8.90 each.  Depending on how visible your house is from the road and how it is situated, you may want two or more signs so that your house number is visible from multiple directions.  You can place the sign on the house, a post at your driveway, other buildings, etc.  The signs can be ordered with the house number either horizontally or vertically on the sign.  We are working out the ordering procedure now but your order must be accompanied by the full amount and your house number. We will do this as a batch.  We will notify you soon about how we will take payment and when the deadline for this batch will be.  In the meantime it would be helpful if we knew approximately how many to expect.  Please contact us soon.

Brookfield Public Safety Advisory Committee

 

For more information about the the Public Safety Advisory Committee, or to share non-emergency concerns, please email us at publicsafety@brookfieldvt.org

 

Public Safety Community Education Event

2016 Public Safety Education Event Notes

Emergency and Other Important Numbers

POLICE 911

FIRE 911

AMBULANCE 911

POISON 1-802-658-3456

 

For NON-EMERGENCY:

TOWN CLERK 276-3352

TOWN CONSTABLE (for animal control) Kevin Joyal 249-9561

TOWN GARAGE 276-3090

GAME WARDEN

State Police Dispatch 234-9933

Direct 728-9215

White River Valley Ambulance 802-234-6800

Northfield Ambulance       485-8550

Orange County Sheriff 685-4875

Vermont State Police 234-9933

Williamstown Rescue Unit 476-4111

Brookfield Elementary School    276-3153

Randolph Union High School 728-3397

Randolph Technical Career Center 728-9595