Skip Navigation Welcome to the official website for Old Saybrook, Connecticut
This table is used for column layout.
On Our Site
 


 
Welcome to Old Saybrook, CT, where the Connecticut River meets the Sound.
We are one of the oldest towns in the state, incorporated on July 8,1854.   We have a long history dating back to 1635, when we began as an independent colony known as the Saybrook Plantation.

Read More
Fire Marshal
Contact TypeContact Information
Contact:
Interim Fire Marshal
Address:
302 Main Street
Old Saybrook, CT 06475
Emergency:
911
Non-Emergency:
(860) 395-3142 ( FD Dispatch)
Fire Marshal:
(860) 395-3133
Hours:
8:30am to 4:30 pm
Monday-Friday
Or
By Appointment
MAY BE OUT DOING INSPECTIONS TRY TO CALL FIRST
 
Link to Page
Additional Links:
Link to PageLink to PageLink to Page
 
Fire Marshal Staff
Deputy Fire Marshal
Richard E. Morris
Chris Taylor
Vernon Skau
Fire Inspector
David G. Heiney, Jr.
LOCAL FIRE MARSHAL DUTIES

We are bringing to your attention the many varied and important duties that are required of and performed by the Old Saybrook Fire Marshal.

Each year, the number of fires, as well as deaths and traumatic injuries from fire, increase throughout the country. I cannot emphasize strongly enough the importance of the duties of the local fire marshals as they relate to life safety and protection of property from fire within the community.


Each community must recognize the responsibilities vested at the local level and should afford the local fire marshal the necessary assistance and cooperation required to fulfill their statutory mandates.


Local fire marshals are responsible for the enforcement of many of the sections found in Chapter 541 of the Connecticut General Statutes, as well as numerous codes that are promulgated under the provision of these statutes.

It is required that each local fire marshal inspect each calendar year, in the interest of public safety, all buildings and facilities of public service and all occupancies regulated by the Fire Safety Code within his/her jurisdiction.

The Connecticut State Fire Safety Code covers all occupancies except one and two family dwellings and premises used for manufacturing. Occupancies covered are listed below.

Donn V. Dobson
Fire Marshal
Old Saybrook



 
Maps & Assessment Data
Pay Tax Bills
Land Records
Calendars
Employee Access Center
Flood Insurance Information
Selectmen's Office: 302 Main Street, Old Saybrook, CT 06475 PH: (860) 395-3123 Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30AM - 4:30PM