Greenville Fire District is an independent municipal entity providing emergency services to the Edgemont Community in the Town of Greenburgh in Westchester County, New York. The district is governed by a Board of Fire Commissioners consisting of five members who are elected by the general public for five year terms.

The Greenville Fire District operates as a combination fire department with 30 career firefighters and 20 active volunteers.


Wednesday, September 10 - 6:30 PM - Regular Monthly Meeting of the Board of Fire Commissioners.  The Board will convene at 6:30 PM.


As of February 22, 2010, New York State law requires all residences, both new and existing, to have carbon monoxide alarms installed.  For further information on this law and how it applies to you, please see our CARBON MONOXIDE INFO Page.

Greenville Fire District Headquarters is located at 711 Central Park Avenue, Scarsdale, New York across the street from the Acropolis Shopping Center and the A&P. 

A Message from the Fire Chief:

Our job at the fire district is your health and safety. There is no such thing as a minor emergency. If you feel that you are in a situation that may require the assistance of the fire department, your first action should be to pick up the phone and call (914) 723-2500 or 911.

A fire can be out of control 8 to 10 minutes after it starts. It may have been burning before you were aware of its presence.  Leave immediately and call 911 or 723-2500.  We are always happy to assist you at any hour.  

           NEVER attempt to put out a fire by yourself.
                  Let professionals take that risk.

Please note that fire alarm systems should be programmed to dial (914) 723-2500.


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