Emergency Management

National Guard soldier shaking hands with a citizen

The Town of Babylon's number one priority is the safety and well-being of our residents. We are committed to making sure that our residents are informed about emergency situations and how to best deal with them. Whether it is a hurricane, a blizzard, or even an emergency within your own home, it is important to remain vigilant and mindful of how to effectively deal with a hazardous situation to best ensure the safety of you and your loved ones. For emergency services, please contact one of the following numbers:

  • For residents of Babylon, Copiague, Deer Park, Lindenhurst, North Lindenhurst, North Amityville, North Babylon, Wyandanch, and West Babylon:
    • (631) 226-1212
  • For residents of Amityville:
    • (631) 264-0400
  • For residents of East Farmingdale:
    • (631) 249-0047
  • For all departments:
    • 9-1-1

Visit the U.S. Fire Administration website for information on how to prepare for and recover from devastating storms safely.

Hurricane Sandy

Since Hurricane Sandy, the Town of Babylon has been active in providing relief to those who were affected by the storm. Babylon has worked with the federal, state, and county governments as well as local organizations to see that resources are allocated fairly and properly to those in need. The Town continues to work with those who have been affected on a one-on-one basis to help get them back on their feet. Please contact us at 311 if you are in need of assistance.

It is vital that those residents in affected areas stay up to date on the latest news and updates in regard to the Town's relief effort. For more information, please visit the Hurricane Sandy Page and follow us on Facebook.

To order "Are You Ready?" (H-34) from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), visit their website or call 800-480-2520.

The Suffolk County Police First Precinct Bureau

(631) 854-8100
555 Route 109
West Babylon, NY 11704

National Grid Gas Emergency Hotline


Emergency Radio Station

Listen to 97.5 FM WALK for emergency information such as evacuation and shelter locations.