August 2022 Public Safety Newsletter


This is the next installment of Larchmont's monthly Public Safety Newsletter! Every month, pertinent information from the Larchmont Police and Fire Departments will be curated for the residents of our amazing village. Safety tips, events, and other highlights will be displayed. If you require any additional information you may call the Larchmont Police Station at 914-834-1000 or the Larchmont Fire Station at 914-834-0016. 

In the case of an Emergency please call 911

Larchmont Police Department

March of Dimes Fundraiser

The 6th Annual Larchmont P.B.A. For The Babies! Presented by Acura of Westchester, this Friday night, is going to be a great event and we're looking forward to seeing you there for the benefit of The March of Dimes!    

These are a few reminders and important pieces of information:

Friday, August 5

5:30 PM - Event registration, Cocktail Hour outside under the tent 

6:30 PM - Move inside the ballroom to start the Poker Tournament. There will be a short welcome from special guest speakers and event sponsors


Mamaroneck Beach & Yacht Club, 555 S. Barry Avenue, Mamaroneck, NY

Larchmont Fire Department

Pet Safety in Summer Weather

Never leave your pet in a hot vehicle, even for a few minutes. The inside temperature of the car can quickly reach 120 degrees even with the windows cracked open.

Limit exercise on hot days. Exercise in the early morning or evening hours.

Walk your pet in the grass if possible, to avoid hot surfaces burning their paws. If your pet is outside, make sure they have access to shade and plenty of cool water.

Heat stroke is a common problem for pets in the warmer weather. Dogs with short noses or snouts, like the boxer or bulldog, are especially prone to heat stroke, along with overweight pets, those with extremely thick fur coat or any pet with upper respiratory problems such as laryngeal paralysis or collapsing trachea. Some of the signs of heat stroke in your pet are: Heavy panting and unable to calm down, even when lying down, Brick red gum color, Fast pulse rate, Unable to get up.

If you suspect your pet has heat stroke, take their temperature rectally. If the temperature is above 105 degrees, cool the animal down. The easiest way to do this is by using the water hose. Stop cooling the animal when the temperature reaches 103 degrees. Bring your pet to the veterinarian as soon as possible as heat stroke can lead to severe organ dysfunction and damage.

Child Car Seat Inspections

The Larchmont Police Department is once again performing child car seat installations and inspections!

If you would like to have one performed, please email [email protected] with your contact information and an officer will be in communication with you!

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