City of Edgewood
2224 104th Avenue East
Edgewood, WA 98372
Edgewood Police Department
Proudly Operated by the Pierce County Sheriff's Department
Our mission is to protect life and property, to uphold rights and to help build stronger,
more livable communities.
Integrity ~ Respect ~ Responsibility ~ Courage ~ Compassion
•EMERGENCY: Dial 911 •24/7 Non-Emergency: (253) 798-4721 *1 •Office: (253) 798-4960
COMMUNITY SAFETY MEETING - MARCH 29th, 2017 - 6:30 p.m.
Are you concerned with crime? Would you like to see your neighborhood become more organized and educated on safety? How comfortable are you communicating with your neighbors and law enforcement? Do you think there is room for improvement? If you answered yes to these questions, please join us at 6:30 pm at Edgewood City Hall on March 29th, 2017 for an introductory meeting.
The Edgewood Police Department is partnering with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department’s Community Service Officers and representatives from the Safe Streets Program to provide an informational meeting regarding community safety, awareness, neighborhood mobilization, organization, and education.
Pierce County Postings
The Pierce County Council authored and signed the below letter to the Sheriff in appreciation for the work of our Deputy Sheriffs in protecting citizens. Click the link below to read more.
Letter of Appreciation from the County Council to the Sheriff
→ NEW!! Keep Medicine From Becoming a Poison - Great article to keep you, your family, and the community safe! ALSO, THE POLICE DEPARTMENT HAS A DROP BOX FOR UNUSED OR EXPIRED MEDICINES HERE AT CITY HALL. (NEEDLES NOT ACCEPTED)
→ Sheriff's Log - August 4th, 2016 - Flags at Half Mast Police in the Middle
Emergency: Dial 911
Police, Fire & Medical Emergency Situations
24/7 Non-Emergency Police Assistance,
(253) 798-4721 (then press 1)
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Power Outages/Downed Lines
PSE: (800) 321-4123
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