Emergencies and Other Info

In the event of an emergency, please call 911 for immediate assistance.  


For fire emergencies, call 802-293-5100 directly.  This number is the fire chief's direct dispatch.


Additional information on police, medical, and fire protection, as well as

county and state resources is provided below.


For road conditions, visit this link.

Visit the Department Facebook page

Mt. Tabor-Danby Fire Department

Box 590

N. Main Street 

Danby, VT 05739


Emergency Medical Services

Manchester Rescue Squad

An independent non-profit organization providing emergency medical services to 5 towns in the Northshire, including Danby.

Rutland Regional Medical Center

The physicians and staff at Vermont’s second largest hospital are committed to providing patients, families and the community with exceptional medical care in a warm and caring environment.

State Police

The Vermont State Police, Rutland Barracks, provides police services to the residents and visitors of Rutland County. Rutland County consists of 27 towns and 1 city that covers a span of 932 square miles with a population base of 63,641 full time residents. 

Emergency Management

VT Emergency Management & Homeland Security


Visit the website for much more information.

Family Emergency Preparedness

For preparing your family for an emergency, read this document from the state.

Vermont Alert

Sign up for real-time alerts to your mobile device at VT-Alert.

Disaster Recovery

Visit this site for great tips on organizing the community during a crisis.

All-Hazard Mitigation

Danby, VT's Hazard Mitigation Plan:

Learn more about the town's plan for emergencies.

Public Safety & Security

Childhood Immunization Services

Immunizations are the single most important way to protect your family against serious and sometimes deadly diseases.  

Visit State of Vermont and Rutland County sites or more information.

Adult Protective Services

The mission of the State of Vermont Adult Protective Services program is to protect vulnerable adults whose health and welfare

may be adversely affected by abuse, neglect or exploitation; raise public awareness of adult abuse issues; and educate

mandatory reporters about their responsibilities.

Assisted Living for Seniors

About Assisted Living, Senior Guidance and Caring.com are three separate organizations dedicated to providing

helpful senior living resources for the elderly. Their websites outline services available for seniors living in Vermont including

helpful state programs and assisted livingfacilities in every city, town and county in Vermont. 

Animal Care and Control

Rutland County Humane Society provides shelter and adoption opportunities for pets who are homeless and promotes animal welfare

through community programs that benefit both animals and people.  Second Chance Animal Center is in Arlington, VT.