Part of keeping our city safe and comfortable to live in is the enforcement of local ordinances and state laws concerning living conditions and general cleanliness. While everyone’s idea of that can differ, our code enforcement officer utilizes these laws to ensure fair and equal enforcement throughout the city.
Many code enforcement related violations can be found on the following link: City Ordinances
The code enforcement officer may be contacted with questions, concerns and comments at:
Code Enforcement Officer:
In case of emergency dial 911
For non-emergency assistance, contact: 806-855-4160
Our patrol division is available 24 hours a day. Our officers perform routine patrol and respond to calls for service. We strive to remain vigilant in deterring criminal activity and apprehending those who commit offenses within our city.
For questions, comments or concerns about patrol, contact:
Patrol Division Director:
Lt. Patrick Austin:
The Office of Emergency Management is overseen by the Emergency Management Coordinator. Our mission is to prepare for and reduce the impact of disasters to our community. We work closely with our private, local, county and state partners. Our office maintains relationships between these jurisdictions and ensures that we can work together effectively to carry out our mission. Our office is responsible for updating emergency operations plans, training, grant research, resource typing and inventory, maintaining databases, mass notification and outdoor warning systems.
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After Hours Contact
Our patrol officers are on duty patrolling and responding to calls at all times. The Lubbock County Sheriff’s Communications Center dispatches calls for service to our officers after normal business hours. For non-emergency calls dial 806-855-4160 to be directed or call the Sheriff’s Office direct at 806-775-1600. Dial 911 for all emergency calls at any time of the day.