Springerville Police Department

  • Agency: Springerville Police Department
  • Address: 418 East Main St, Springerville, 85938 AZ
  • Chief: Steve West (Chief of Police)
Phone: (928) 333-4240
Fax: 928-333-2667

Springerville Police Department is located at 418 East Main St, Springerville, 85938 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Steve West. The Springerville Police Department phone number is (928) 333-4240.

Springerville Police Department News

ATTN. Residents of Round Valley do you recognize this? There have been several reports in both Springerville and Eagar of this graffiti at local businesses. This has been an ongoing issue for some time now. If you have any information please report it to Apache County Sheriff's dispatch at 928-337-4321. you can remain anonymous.

This poem was written by a young lady who use to live in Round Valley. These are very powerful and truthful words please read. ... This is my letter to my addiction. I'm writing this to you, Telling you we're through. I can't take you anymore, Don't know what I liked you for. All you did was wear me out. Now I know what you're all about. You came to me with promise and joy, Now look at all the things you destroy. Families, lives, bank accounts, you see. You ruined it all with one little tease. Look at the way you make me feel Then you take it all and want me to steal Why can't you just go and hide Somewhere far away where I'll never find? Everyone at home doesn't understand How you rip me apart then lend me a hand. I keep coming back thinking inside Maybe this time I'll make you my bride. Then I sit and wonder why, Why do you really want me to die? Thousands and thousands come to you Hoping and praying you'll help them through. Then they fall for your lending hand, Only to realize you're nothing but a scam. You promised me heaven and sent me to hell. You ruined my life and then wished me well. Watch me now as I go on my way. I'm washing myself of all your pain. So you and your power can just leave me be. I'm taking my life and setting it free...

With the 4th of July approaching a reminder in reference the use of ATVs and UTVs on the roads in the Town of Springerville. Any ATV/UTV must be registered with an MC plate from ADOT, have current insurance, and the driver must have a valid driver's license. Anyone under 18 years of age must have a helmet on.The Springerville Police Department will be enforcing these laws. Please drive responsibly we want our citizens and visitors to be safe.

In preparation for July 4th fireworks, the Springerville Fire Department will be conducting prescribed burn operations at the airport on Wednesday night.

AMEN! Thank goodness for citizens like this!

We were just advised that all the phone lines are working.

Here is an update on phone system. You can call 9-1-1 from a landline, they still don't work, but 9-1-1 does. Still having problems calling 9-1-1 from cell phones. Will advise when fixed.

***UPDATE*** Phone lines and the 9-1-1 system is back up and working. ***ALERT*** Be advised all landline phones and the 911 system is down in both Apache and Navajo Counties. This outage is all the way into Utah and Frontier is trying to locate the problem. Unknown when the problem will be fixed. If you have an emergency come by the police department or call 928 245-0145, 333-4127 opt 4, or 551-0525. This will be for calls in both Springerville and Eagar. I will advise when the system is back up. PLEASE SHARE to get the word out! Please be advised Eagar Police Department has volunteers manning the line at 333-4127 opt 4 number and will be dispatching emergencies directly from our back up dispatching system. Thank you. Here is an update on phone system. You can call 9-1-1 from a landline, they still don't work, but 9-1-1 does. Still having problems calling 9-1-1 from cell phones. Will advise when fixed. PHONES HAVE BEEN FIXED. BUSINESS AS NORMAL.

We have sponsored a team and 3 of the boys have made the All Star team that will be challenging the girls. Come watch this fun event.

Residents of Round Valley do you recognize this? There have been several reports in both Springerville and Eagar of this graffiti at local businesses. If you have any information please report it to Apache County Sheriff's dispatch at 928-337-4321. you can remain anonymous.