E911 House Numbering Project
The Town of Glenburn is partnering with the Penobscot County Triad in arranging to have as many Glenburn homes as possible numbered with the E911 House Numbering Project. The signs display your home address in four-inch reflective numbers and can be purchased with a post and bolt for easy installment by the roadside.

Today, as a result of newly enhanced 911 telephone features, a dispatcher can identify the specific street address and caller from a 911 call even if no one is able to provide that information. Unfortunately, valuable minutes may be lost in response time by police, fire, and ambulance because of difficulty finding improperly or non-existent numbering at the victim's residence. 

Just click here to print an order form to purchase a 911 house numbering sign.  Mail or drop off the completed form at the town office.     


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