Government Offices City


Government Offices City
Government Offices City is listed in the Police & Law Enforcement category in Bath, New York. Displayed below is the only current social network for Government Offices City which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Government Offices City on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 70.

Contact information for Government Offices City is:
110 Liberty St
Bath, NY 14810
(607) 776-6184
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Bath Village Police Department added 4 new photos — in Bath, New York.
Please welcome Michael H. Jackson JR as a new part time police officer with our agency. Michael is 22 yoa and a village of Bath native. Michael graduated from the Bath Haverling Central Schools and then attended SUNY Pottsdam College and Medaille College. Michael is currently attending the Southern Tier Law Enforcement Academy at Corning Community College to attain his Police Academy Certification. We are very pleased to welcome Michael to our family!

Bath Village Police Department added 7 new photos to the album: February 2017 Arrests.
Bath Police Department February 2017 Arrests. All subjects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Bath Village Police Department shared Steuben County, NY's photo.
BATH -- The Steuben County Public Health Department warned county residents Wednesday the recent heavy snowfall and potential for more blowing and drifting snow means a higher risk for carbon monoxide poisoning caused by blocked furnace and hot water tank vents. "Homes are our best shelter during storms like this one," said county Public Health Director Darlene Smith. "We want to make sure all our homes are safe." According to the state Department of Health Regional office in Buffalo, high-efficiency furnaces and some water heaters vent out of the side of homes, not the roof, and could potentially be blocked by high snow drifts. If vents become blocked, carbon monoxide could vent back into the home, endangering the health of the people in the house. Health officials recommend property owners: 1) Keep a three-foot area clear by the vent and intake tubes. 2) Inspect the areas around furnace and hot water heater vents to make sure they are clear. 3) Call for service, if a furnace has shut down and cannot be restarted after clearing snow from the vents. For more information on carbon monoxide poisoning go to: