Town of Cairo New York Police Department

16 Rail Road Avenue

Cairo NY 12413

518-622-3120 ext. 118 (non-emergency)

Mon – Sun: 8AM – 12AM

Richard(Rick) Busch
Sergeant & Officer-in-Charge
518-622-3120 ext. 118 (non-emergency)
cairopolice@townofcairo.com

Brian Feml
Animal Control
518-947-1198

 

Medication Disposal– partnered with CVS Pharmacy and Hannaford Brothers Supermarket
Our medication disposal bin is located inside of our main entrance door at 16 Rail Road Avenue. Drop bin access hours are from 8AM thru 4PM however we will not turn you away if you stop in after hours when an officer is at the desk or if you call in advance. Syringe disposal bins are located at the Cairo CVS and Hannaford outside of the stores.

DEA Drug Take Back We will continue to take part in the DEA Take Back events scheduled every six months

Walking in the City

 

 

 

Police Employees

Busch, Rick
Clark, Corey
Clevenstine, Sean
Derose, Michael
Feml, Ray
Rogers, Dustin
Orso, Nicholas
Plank, Tom DARE Officer
Saad, Eyal
Yates, Scott
Leis, Joshua

Court Officers

DeRose, John
DeRose, Steve
Mauriello, Tracy

Richard Busch is the Sergeant-in-Charge of the Cairo Police Department.

 

Did you know facts.

Did you know...

Tourism has been Cairo’s largest industry since the 1800’s. It was one of the first towns in the area to develop ski slopes and trails. Many of the regular visitors have made the conversion to seasonal or permanent residents.

The Cairo Railroad provided freight transportation to the industries in town starting in 1884. Early cargo consisted of locally mined bluestone, and hay and fruit from the local farms. In 1894 the Catskill Shale Brick Company became the railroads primary customer until the plant closed in 1914. The lack of steady freight and the increasing improvements to the local highways resulted in the termination of service at the end of the 1918 tourist season.

(Paraphrased from: https://cairochamberofcommerce.weebly.com/.)