Contacting the Emergency Services
ROI TEL: 112 OR 999
The principal emergency services are the “blue light” services that respond to normal emergencies in Ireland namely An Garda Síochána, the Ambulance Service, the Fire Service and the Irish Coast Guard. These principal emergency services would be the ‘first responders’ in most emergency situations.
The fire, ambulance and police services are all contactable via the above numbers.
When calling emergency services you will be asked to provide:
- The exact address of the incident or emergency and/or any noticeable landmarks nearby
- Directions to the scene of the emergency
- The telephone number you are calling from
- Details on the incident itself, the number of persons involved, the description of any visible injuries and knowledge of any pre-existing medical conditions
- Try and stay calm and listen to the call taker’s instructions. It is also important to keep your own phone on as the emergency service may need to contact you for further information.
TEL: 1850 36 50 00
This is a service to provide you and your family with access to family doctor services outside of normal hours. This is not an Emergency Service. This service operates from 6.00pm to 9.00am Monday to Friday and a 24 hour service operates on Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays.
WHEN, WHERE, HOW TO CALL 112!
Athenry Garda Station
+353 (091) 844016
Call 999/112 or your local Garda Station if an immediate response is required.
- Church St,
- Co. Galway.
- H65 FP49
District HQ: Mill Street, Galway
District HQ Tel: +353 91 538016
District Officer: Superintendent Marie Skehill
Divisional HQ: Mill Street, Galway
Divisional HQ Tel: +353 91 538011
Divisional Officer: Chief Superintend. Tom Curley
Follow this link for a list of all the garda stations in the Galway region.
Emails are monitored during normal office hours. Email available via this page by searching for Athenry Garda Station.