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Essex County Emergency Service’s Mission is to protect the lives and property of our citizens and that of the visitors to Essex County from the harmful effects of natural and man-made disasters, through our experience, training, knowledge and resources. This is accomplished through planning, response, recovery, and mitigation efforts. Coordination of the Enhanced 911 Communications System for the protection and safety of the citizens and visitors to Essex County was accomplished by renaming roads, assigning address numbers to residential properties, and establishing a state-of-the-art communications/dispatching system.

Essex County Emergency Services

Public Safety Building
P.O Box 30, 702 Stowersville Rd
Lewis, NY 12950
(518) 873-3900

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 am- 4:30 pm

Dispatch/Emergency Hours:  24/7/365

To contact us:

Emergency Call 911
24 Number (518) 873-6410
Emergency Services (518) 873-3900
Fax (518) 873-3963

Email: wsayward@co.essex.ny.us
           
tlee@co.essex.ny.us

 

Health and Safety Officer / County Code Officer:

Seth Celotti  (518) 873-3733 (O)  (518) 569-6752 (C)

ESSEX COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICES

Animal Cruelty Tip Line: 1-844-4RE-SQME  or 1-844-473-7763

 

Wanted: NYS Certified ALS Providers and EMT-B/Drivers for the Saranac Lake Volunteer Rescue Squad. Please click here for more information.

 

The future of EMS education Facebook video (please right-click the video to play)

 

 

Daniel Sweat, Essex County Deputy Fire Coordinator / fire investigator, receives a plaque from Don Jaquish, Fire Coordinator, and Rusty Hall, President of the Essex County Fire Advisory Board, at the Board's last meeting on March 15th, 2018.  Dan is being recognized for his many years of service to the residents of Essex County upon his retirement from the Fire and EMS service (photo by Jim Hughes).