Village of Brewster Police Department 208 Main St, Brewster, NY10509 The Brewster Police Department was established in 2006. The department is responsible for the Village of Brewster only,…More and residents should report crimes to the office. The department's mailing address is 50 Main Street, Brewster, NY 10509.
New York State Troopers, Southeast Barracks 1672 Route 22, Brewster, NY10509 New York State Troopers, Southeast Barracks, patrol the towns of Brewster, Southeast, Patterson and Putnam Lake. The…More state troopers cover Brewster along with the Putnam County Sheriff's Office and the Brewster Police Department.
Brewster Fire Department - Main Station 501 N Main St, Brewster, NY10509 The Brewster Fire Department is a volunteer fire department that provides fire protection and emergency medical services…More to the community. The department has fire police vans, trucks, command vehicles, tower ladders and tankers. Check the main site for information on fire prevention or to learn more about the department.
Village of Brewster Building Department and Department of Public 208 Main St, Brewster, NY10509 These two departments share the building with the Village of Brewster Police Department. The Building Department is…More responsible for handling building code violations, overcrowding, occupancy certificates and building permits. The Department of Public Works oversees the maintenance of the highways and roads in the village. Department staff also perform readings on the water meters.
Village Office & Court 50 Main St, Brewster, NY10509 The Village of Brewster Office and Court are housed on Main Street across from the train station, along with the Village…More Police Department. The court handles traffic cases and minor criminal cases. The Village Planning Board meets on the last Tuesday of the month at 7:30pm. Planning Board members' information and minutes can be found on the website. Parking information and holiday schedule can also be found on the website.
The Village Police has its administrative office at 50 Main Street, across from the Metro North train station,…More and is housed at 208 Main Street near the junction of Route 22. </p>
<p>Chief Inspector John Del Gardo heads up the police department, which recently received a $25,000 grant from New York State for the purchase of a new police car, a license plate reader system and computers to assist the police.<br /><strong> </strong></p>