High Springs Police Department

  • Agency: High Springs Police Department
  • Address: 110 NW 2nd Ave, High Springs, 32655-1008 FL
  • Chief: James "Steve" Holley (Chief of Police)
Phone: 386-454-1415

High Springs Police Department is located at 110 NW 2nd Ave, High Springs, 32655-1008 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is James "Steve" Holley. The High Springs Police Department phone number is 386-454-1415.

High Springs Police Department News

Just outside of the City Limits of High Springs.

🎃🎃🎃Trick Or Treating Announcement🎃🎃🎃 The City of High Springs will be observing Trick or Treating on Halloween night, Tuesday October 31st from 6PM-8PM. The High Springs Police Department will have extra Patrol Units out on the streets, ensuring that all citizens and visitors have a great and safe Trick Or Treating experience. We will also be out doing Sexual Offender Checks. •••Trick Or Treating Safety Suggestions••• •Trick or Treat in groups and not alone. •Have a planned route and make sure someone knows where you'll be going. •Bring a flash light if possible, as it'll get dark very early. •Try to wear light clothing that can be seen. •Walk along the side of the roads or in the grass if possible, as to not obstruct traffic and for safety. •Don't enter anyone's home that you don't know. •Parents inspect your child(ren)'s candy before they consume it. Anything unwrapped or looks tampered with should be discarded. •Don't approach any dark homes or homes that don't have their porch lights on. •Small children should be accompanied by an adult. •Any suspicious activity or incidents call our Non-Emergency Dispatch number at 352-955-1818. Emergencies dial 911. #SHARE

•HSPD Introduces Operation Protection of Praise• In light of recent terrorists attacks & the increasing number of church shootings, the High Springs Police Department has launched Operation Protection of Praise. On Sunday Morning & Evening Worship Services, as well as Mid-Week & other Church services, Uniformed Patrol Officers of the HSPD will be randomly coming in, checking on & sometimes sitting in on congregations throughout the City of High Springs. Please don't be alarmed if you see any Patrol Cars or Officers at your place of worship. 🚨🚓🚔⛪️ #Share

🎊🎉🎈Happy National Boss's Day🎊🎉🎈 Chief Joel DeCoursey Jr., we appreciate you more than you know! Thank you for all you do for the High Springs Police Department & the City of High Springs!

High Springs Police Department fighting crime and cancer, simultaneously. 🎀

•Our New Brochures• High Springs Police Department. "Committed to Serving Our Community with Excellence."

Thank you GFWC High Springs New Century Woman's Club, Inc!

Fellowship Church, High Springs on NW US HWY 441 is open as of today as a shelter for those near the Santa Fe River, that are under evacuation, due to the flooding and rising river. Meals are being provided. You can check in at any time in the Multi-Purpose Facility. Please Share.

The Santa Fe River under I-75 has rapidly risen 15 feet within the past 36 hours due to the heavy rainfall over North Florida from Hurricane Irma. In the event that I-75 closes, please see the detour map. Additional bridges on U.S. 27, U.S. 41, S.R. 47 and possibly U.S. 121 may be impacted. Florida Department of Transportation and Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles have staff monitoring the bridges that may be impacted by the flooding 24/7. If the river rises to an unsafe level, the bridge will be impassable both northbound and southbound, and would be closed immediately. Floridians that are traveling should avoid the area if possible.

Attention Residents of High Springs: Although, the majority of the storm has passed, we are still getting some rain. The roads are very wet and It's still windy. There is still a potential for danger, as trees and live power lines are down in multiple areas throughout the City, as well as some flooding and standing water in some areas. Please continue to stay inside and give us a chance to deploy our Patrol and Public Work Units to assess the damage. If you have a power outage, please contact your electric company. If you see a tree or power lines down in your area, please notify us through the Combined Communications Center at 352-955-1818. Thank you.

Preparation and Briefing for Hurricane Irma. Everyone is strongly encouraged to stay inside and off of the roads until the storm has passed. Seek shelter if you have not already. Be reminded that High Springs Community School is an Emergency Shelter in High Springs. For updates on Emergency Management, follow the pages High Springs Fire Department and Alachua County Emergency Management. 911 is for emergencies. Non-Emergency calls should be made to the Combined Communications Center at 352-955-1818. If you experience a power outage, please contact your power company.

High Springs Community School is NOW OPEN as a Shelter!