Troy police, firefighters remain in full force despite COVID-19 Coronavirus
Troy emergency responders, as with all City of Troy essential services, remain in full force throughout the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic.
“Our public safety personnel are trained, equipped and prepared to respond to the needs of our city,” said Troy Police Chief Randall Barr. “Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, access to the public safety building at the Troy Police Department has been restricted to authorized personnel only. This action is necessary to limit our public safety employees’ exposure to COVID-19.”
Barr urges residents who need police for a non-emergency issue to call 334-566-0500. For emergencies, residents should dial 911.
The Troy Fire Department also remains fully operational; however, the general public may not access the fire stations at this time.
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