The Chief of Police, who has command oversight and responsibility for the entire Police Department, all of its Divisions, Units, personnel and resources, administers the Office of the Chief. The Chief of Police is an appointed position with the responsibility of hiring, directing, and leading all police personnel and resources. The Chief of Police is appointed by and answers to the City Manager.
The Operations Division is the largest division in the Police Department, and consists of several police units including Patrol, SWAT, Canine, Traffic/Motors, Reserve Program, Field Training, and the Communications Center.
The Special Services Division consists of the General Investigations Unit, IMPACT Team, Records and Data Compliance Unit, the PAL, Explorer, Volunteer and Intern Programs, Code Enforcement, Rental Housing Inspection Unit, and Animal Services Unit.
Read about the Police Department's mission, core values, and vision statement.
Need to get a hold of us? There are many ways to reach us online, in person, via telephone, or fax. You can use the various contact forms built into our site or just pick up the phone and give us a call. We’re always happy to help in any way we can.
- Can I remain anonymous when I file a complaint?
- How many vehicles can one person own?
- How are codes enforced?
- I have relatives visiting. Can they stay in their RV in front of our house?
- Can commercial trucks and/or trailers park in a residential neighborhood?
- I have mold in my home, what do I do?
- How do I make a complaint about a city code violation?
- I want to add to my existing driveway (or add a second driveway) by removing a side lawn. Do I need to notify anyone?
- What is an approved parking surface?
- My neighbor has a boat and trailer parked in the driveway. Is this allowed?
Police DepartmentPhysical Address
6315 Fountain Square Drive
Citrus Heights, CA 95621
6315 Fountain Square Drive Citrus Heights CA 95621
Phone: 916-727-5500Emergency Phone: 911
We encourage the public to utilize online services or to contact us by email or phone when possible. If you are experiencing an in-progress incident or emergency, do not email the Citrus Heights Police Department. Emails are monitored by professional staff during normal business hours only.Monday - Friday9:00 AM - 5:00 PMSaturday-SundayClosed