Public Safety

Village of North Hornell Public Safety

The Village Police offices have been moved to the DPW garage located on Cleveland Ave. If you need to contact OIC Richardson or Officer Robert Donovan, please call Village Hall. In case of an emergency, call 911.
The NYS Police have relocated there offices to the new safety building at Village hall. They transferred from Canisteo where they were stationed since the late 1970’s. The troopers moved in to their new location on August 10th. This station covers the area from Arkport to Howard and south to the Pennsylvania border. They are attached to the Wayland station which covers this area during the overnight hours. Our community receives 24 hour coverage.

Attached to the front of the building is an auto phone to be used in emergency situations. Push the red button and it automatically dials to the 911 center. You speak directly to the box. No need to pick up a phone.
We would like to welcome the troopers to our Village and wish them safe traveling!
There will be increased traffic on Cleveland Ave. with the beginning of school and sports related activities at the North Hornell School. More patrols are scheduled to monitor this area. We have many adult walkers and children on bikes, so please obey the speed

Local Law #1-2010 was passed on September 27,2010

RESOLVED: That the proposal be accepted by the Village of North Hornell Board of Trustees to amend 131-26 of the Village of North Hornell Code to wit, that the maximum speed limit on school days between the hours of 7am to 6pm for that segment of Cleveland Ave located between Wells Avenue through Bowen Avenues to Seneca Road be established at Twenty (20) miles per hour.

Village of North Hornell Volunteer Fire Company

Fire Chief - Mike Robbins
Assistant Chiefs - Chad Hancock, Elden Loper & Jeremy Smith
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