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Greenburgh Police Department Changes Phone Numbers

Greenburgh police department is changing its phone numbers due to a phone system upgrade.
Greenburgh police department is changing its phone numbers due to a phone system upgrade. Photo Credit: File

GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- The Town of Greenburgh Police Department advises residents that through a town-wide telephone upgrade initiative, the department's current phone numbers will change effective Monday, Jan. 5, 2015.

The new numbering scheme will be published on the town and department website.

The new main telephone number will be 914-989-1700.

To ensure a smooth transition to the new numbering scheme and ensure callers will be able to contact emergency personnel without issue, an interim automatic rollover process has been established.

This rollover will provide callers the ability to use both new or old telephone numbers to contact police headquarters for a minimum of three months for administrative lines and a minimum of six months for emergency phone numbers.

For those with questions regarding this upgrade, contact Public Information Officer Lt. Michael Dalessio at (914) 682-5339 or by email at mdalessio@greenburghny.com.

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