Call 311 or (801) 852-6000 or go to provo.org for any City information or services you need. Contact Center agents are specially trained to answer a wide range of questions. If they don’t have the answer, they’ll find the people who do. You can get information about licensing , special events, permits, garbage pickup, and many other questions about the City. You can also report broken parking meters, street lights out, potholes, graffiti, abandoned vehicles, water main breaks, animal complaints, or any other situation that needs the attention of City workers. 311 IS FOR NON-EMERGENCY CITY SERVICES & INFO
Staff Title Departments Phone Email Animal Control Police (801) 852-6210 Argyle, Cliff Captain, Special Operations Police (801) 852-7230 Email Barney, Jerid Lieutenant Police (801) 852-7293 Email Baroldy, Loreli Evidence/Property Police (801) 852-6246 Email Bascom, Kreston Patrol Officer Police (801) 852-7288 Email Beebe, Troy Lieutenant, Patrol Police (801) 852-7305 Email Bohnet, Lana Evidence/Property Police (801) 852-6246 Email Breckenridge, Todd School Resource Officer Police (801) 852-7304 Email Brown, Traci Training Analyst Police (801) 852-7237 Email Coordinator, Training Training Coordinator Police (801) 852-7249 Email Craft, Kristen Executive Office Assistant Police (801) 852-6200 Email Crosby, Mark Sgt Community Resource Officers Police (801) 852-7241 Email Dispatch Police (801) 852-6210 Edwards, Roy School Resource Officer Police (801) 852-7240 Email Ferguson, Richard Chief Police (801) 852-6257 Email Geyerman, John Captain, CID Detectives Police (801) 852-7245 Email Grant, Doris Property and Evidence Supervisor Police (801) 852-6220 Email Grossgebauer, Todd Captain, Operational Support Police (801) 852-6250 Email Gurr, Rebecca Records Supervisor Police (801) 852-6232 Email Harris, Shilo Special Events Police (801) 852-6210 Email
Dispatch - (801) 852-6210
City Center Building (East Entrance) LOCATION
48 S 300 W
Provo, UT 84601
This map shows areas of Provo where use of fireworks is prohibited due to fire danger. Please obey the restrictions. The danger to life, property, and our mountain are not worth the risk. In areas not restricted please use good judgement and be safe. Have a great summer holiday season. We'll see you at the Freedom Festival.
The Provo Police Dispatch Center has received a lot of calls lately regarding deer hanging out in homeowner’s yards during the day. Our Animal Control Officers do not deal with deer unless animals are dead or injured. The Division of Wildlife Resources has responsibility for managing deer, even in Provo City.
During hot temperatures deer will bed down in the shade. They usually won’t move until after dark. We advise people to remember that deer are still wild animals and not to approach them in their yards or neighborhoods. Don’t feed them. Don’t approach them. Don’t bother them.
Living near wildlife is one of the great privileges of living in Utah. Enjoy it, keep your distance, and be safe. Also, please don’t call the police just because deer are in the city. They have lived in Provo longer than you have.