City of Sherrill Police Department
373 Sherrill Road
Sherrill, NY 13461
Important Phone Numbers
(315) 363-3200- File a complaint, police report or to ask an officer a question
(315) 363-6221- Leave a message for an officer on an existing case or to leave information if you are going on vacation
(315) 363-9510- Fax
Please be sure to call the correct number to ensure efficient communication and response.
Please do not call City Hall about police matters.
Police Department Reminders
-Quiet hours are 10pm-7am.
-Studded tires are allowed October 15-May 1.
-There is a “No Parking” on city streets ordinance November 1-April 30. This ordinance applies to all streets between 2-7am, including the area in front of Ebeneezer’s.
-Please be aware of scams and do not send money unless you can verify the request and please do not give out personal information unless you can verify the request.
-Please license your dogs, honor our leash laws and pick up after your dogs.
-Please be aware of pedestrians, bicycles, etc. Pedestrians are encouraged to use sidewalks.
-At night bikes must have lights.
-Children under 14 years old are required to wear a helmet when biking or rollerblading.
-Drivers should stop for all stopped school buses, as well as be aware of children crossing the roads.
-Please note it is illegal to have ear buds in both ears or headphones on both ears while driving an automobile.
-Lock parked vehicles at all times.
-Residents who are going away for extended periods are encouraged to schedule a security check with the department.
-Fireworks are illegal.
Sharps Disposal- If you have used needles, syringes or lancets, put them in a puncture-proof container like a laundry detergent bottle with a top. When full, tape the lid shut, label as “sharps” and place in the garbage. Sharps cannot be set out with recyclables. Various facilities also accept sharps for disposal. Please visit http://www.ohswa.org/ for more information. If you find sharps in the community that need to be disposed of please call (315) 363-3200 and a police officer will be sent to pick up the materials.
The Yellow Dot Program- This free program for all individuals provides medical information to first responders by providing a kit to individuals with a medical information card and a Yellow Dot decal. Participants complete the card, attach a photo, place it in the glove compartment of their car or the freezer compartment of their refrigerators and put the Yellow Dot decal in the rear driver’s side window or beside their front door at home. First responders arriving at the scene of a medical emergency will be alerted by the decal to look for the medical information card. Kits are available at City Hall or the CAC. They also can be received by visiting www.nysheriffs.org/yellowdot.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Information- U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is committed to protecting the public and ensuring that the rights of victims are carefully observed. Homeland Security Investigations administers a Victim Notification Program which allows eligible victims and witnesses to obtain reliable and timely information regarding a criminal alien’s release from custody. Please visit http://www.ice.gov/victim-notification/ for more information.