Haverford's Emergency Contact Numbers

With Sandy making landfall, here are the numbers you need to know to stay safe.

As Hurricane Sandy makes its way to the area, a list of emergency numbers may be useful to be kept on hand in case of an emergency situation during the storm. 


Haverford Township Police Department Emergency: 911; Non-emergency: 610-853-1298

Oakmont Fire Company Emergency: 911; Non-emergency: 610-446-9837

Llanerch Fire Company Emergency: 911; Non-emergency: 610-789-1363  

Bon Air Fire Company Emergency: 911; Non-emergency: 610-446-6008

Brookline Fire Company Emergency: 911; Non-emergency: 610-449-4567

American Red Cross of Southeastern Pennsylvania Disaster Services (24 hours a day): 215-299-4889

Pennsylvania Insurance Department: 1-877-881-6388

Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA): 717-651-2163

Manoa Fire Company Emergency: 911; 610-446-0744



PECO (Outage Center): 1-800-841-4141

Aqua: 1-877-987-2782

National Grid: 1-800-490-0045 (emergency gas safety service)



Delaware County Intercommunity Health Department: 610-891-5311

Bryn Mawr Hospital Emergency Room: 484-337-3582

Riddle Hospital (main): 484-227-9400

Paoli Hospital Emergency Room: 484-565-1044



Government Office of Haverford Township 610-446-1000

Delaware County: 610-891-4000



County Office of Services For the Aging: 610-490-1300



Delaware County SPCA: 610-566-1370



SEPTA: 215-580-7110

Philadelphia International Airport: 215-937-6800



Showalter Science & Discovery (Regional Red Cross Shelter): 1110 West 10th Street, Chester

Ridley Middle School (Regional Red Cross Shelter): 400 Free Street, Ridley Park

East Lansdowne Elementary School (Regional Red Cross Shelter): Hirst & Emerson Aves. East Lansdowne 



Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) www.fema.gov

FEMA for KIDS: www.fema.gov/kids FEMA en Español: www.fema.gov/esp

National Hurricane Center: www.hurricanes.gov/prepare

Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services for PA: 717-651-2715

bigben October 29, 2012 at 02:31 PM
it would be much better if the braintrust can learn how to use social media to provide information to residents and vice versa. Our ward commissioners should be all over this


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