Granby Public Safety Complex Dedication and Open House


On Saturday September , the Town of Granby will hold  an open house at the new Public Safety Complex, 259 East State Street ( Rte 202) Granby. The event will start at 9 AM with a ribbon cutting and memorial dedication. There will also be a brief tribute to the  victims  of the 9/11 terrorism acts. Participants in the ceremony will include the Board of Selectmen, the Public Safety Building Committee, Members of the Police and Fire Departments, invited guests and members of the Granby High School  band.


Following  the ceremony, the Complex will be open for public viewing.  In addition to self-guided tours of the facility, The Hampshire County Sheriffs Department will be offering Iris scanning for children. Smokey the Bear and Sparky the Fire Dog will be on hand. There will be demonstrations by Ralph, the Police Department  narcotic detection dog.


Fire Department and Police Department vehicles will be on static display.

“From the Heart of Granby” baskets will be distributed Girl Scout Troop 40097. Information will be available on DARE, the School Resource Officer program , RAD  and the Citizen Dispute Mediation program, as well as Fire Prevention materials.  Guests will have the opportunity to sign up for the SALT Council’s House Numbering program. Parking will be at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church - shuttle service available. Light refreshments will be available.


The Open House will end at 12 Noon