Orange Park Police Department

  • Agency: Orange Park Police Department
  • Address: 2025 Smith Street, Orange Park, 32073 FL
  • Chief: James H Boivin (Chief of Police)
Phone: (904) 264-5555

Orange Park Police Department is located at 2025 Smith Street, Orange Park, 32073 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is James H Boivin. The Orange Park Police Department phone number is (904) 264-5555.

Orange Park Police Department News

Found in the 200 blk of Blairmore. Please call us if you have any information on where this sweet boy lives!! 904-264-5555

Found off Morgan Circle. Please call 904-264-5555 if you have any information.

Rescued by a local Yorker Rescue!! Female terrier found off Floyd Circe. Completely blind. Call us if you know where this sweet baby lives!! 904-264-5555

It was good meeting with Sheriff Daniels and GCSPD Chief Asdot yesterday. It was also nice meeting the winner of "A Day with the Sheriff."

I needed a little help swearing this guy in yesterday... Welcome to the family Officer Jeremiah Theus!!

I was happy to present Officer Heather Lynn Lanier with Officer of the Year for 2017! Congratulations Officer Lanier!!

Thank you to the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (Sophia Fleming Chapter) for dropping off the sweet treats today!

I was proud to present the life saving award to Corporal Briggs and Officer Chalker for a life saved in August. Congratulations gentlemen!

CAPTURED!!! ATTEMPT TO LOCATE: Curtis Allen Simpson (B/M - D.O.B.. 9/29/59, 6ft tall / 175 lbs. He has an outstanding arrest warrant for Attempted 2nd degree murder. If you have any information, please contact Det. Claxton at 904-264-5555.

We are sad to see our current Town Manager retire but we are excited for the future with our new Town Manager, Sarah Campbell.

Clay County Hurricane Irma Recovery Resource Event When: Friday, September 22, 2017 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. Where: Middleburg Civic Association 2102 Palmetto St, Middleburg, FL 32068 Still need assistance from Hurricane Irma? Please visit representatives from the following agencies ready and willing to help you: • FEMA - answer questions on the registration process • Clay County Board of County Commissioners • Clay County Building Department – Permitting and processes to get back in my home • Clay County Health Department – speaking on well testing, mold exposure, special needs • University of Florida’s IFAS – mosquito control, etc. • Clay Safety Net – Unmet needs • Northeast Florida Builders Association – working with licensed contractors, what to do with mold, etc. • Small Business Development Center – working with small businesses to recover

Unmet Needs: We ask that any Clay County residents with unmet needs (other than electricity), contact the call center between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Food and other commodities are available. If you are still without electricity, we ask that you contact your power company. Mosquito Control Efforts Based on feedback we have received from the public, Clay County will NOT move forward with using the EPA approved chemical Naled for aerial mosquito control that was scheduled for this evening Thursday, September 21, 2017. However, in keeping with our current practice, ground-based mosquito control trucks from Clay County, contractors, and our state partners will be dispatched throughout the county to spray using low-volume mist and EPA approved Permethrin and Malathion-based products. Our goal is spray the entire county over the next few weeks to control the mosquito population and protect public health. Should you have any concerns please reach out to mosquito control at 904-284-6335. Road and Bridge Closures: The Black Creek Bridge on County Road 218 remains closed due to structural damage due to Hurricane Irma. The County is working diligently to repair the bridge so that normal traffic flow can resume. We know this is a significant inconvenience for our community and appreciate your patience, as we have your safety as our utmost priority. We do ask that you use State Road 16 as the detour for this closure. We know that there are several other roadway projects that may make the County Road 218 Bridge closure more difficult. We are working with various partners to keep those projects from further impacting your accessibility to areas near C.R. 218. Temporary road signage for detours routing to State Road 16 were in place as soon as we were made aware of the closure. More visible signage will be placed in various locations today to make the detour message more prominent. Yard Debris: Clay County citizens can use a temporary residential vegetative debris only drop site in the Fairgrounds back parking lot daily from 7:30am to 5:30pm. All residential customers are asked to use the entrance to the fairgrounds off Spring Bank Rd. The rear parking area at the fair, will be set up for our residents to drive in, and drop yard debris only. This is to ease the traffic congestion that we have experienced at our landfill sites. At this time, collection of normal yard waste (bagged waste and small amounts of vegetative debris) has been suspended in an effort to get all curbside service (normal household garbage) routes back on schedule. ADS is working as expeditiously as possible to continue the level of service residents are accustomed to. Debris Removal/Garbage/Waste Management: While recycling and curbside service (normal household garbage) have resumed their normal schedule, we are currently running up to a day behind due to the heavy volume. The County and Advanced Disposal are making every effort to resume the normal schedule by the end of this week. If need be, we will work this weekend in an effort to get caught up. Construction and Demolition Debris (drywall, carpet, etc.) is being picked up throughout the county now and will continue to be done until our Hurricane Irma debris recovery efforts are completed. Make sure that all types of debris are separated, such as electronics, large appliances, vegetative, construction debris and household garbage. If it is mixed, it WILL NOT be picked up. Do not stack your debris around mail boxes, cable boxes, or other types of road side structures (see diagram below). Clay County Officials would like to thank residents for their patience and understanding during these disaster clean-up efforts.

Though it may not look it, we were very happy to have Gov. Scott visit us today to make sure our needs were being met post Hurricane Irma.

It just keeps coming! Shout out to Starbucks, located at Kingsley and 17! Rory always takes care of the PD in the time of need! Please visit them on your way to work, no line no waiting!!

Another shout out to the Days Inn Orange Park who has stepped up from the beginning of this hurricane and offered their assistance to the men and women of OPPD! If you ever visit OP please stay at the only hotel that constantly supports the Town of OP and the employees that work there!!

A big shout out to Mission Barbecue, the best barbecue in Northeast Florida! They supplied both police and fire departments with lunch today.

Clay County Emergency Management launches the post storm volunteer effort through Clay Safety Net, a local faith-based organization that specializes in disaster recovery. Volunteers will mobilize Tuesday, September 12 beginning at 11:00 AM at Christ’s Church Fleming Island, 5900 US 17, Fleming Island. Volunteers should come dressed appropriately and bring needed equipment. What should volunteers wear? • Boots • work clothes appropriate for mud and water (boots, long pants, etc.) • gloves What should volunteers bring? • Rakes • Hammers • Crowbars • Chainsaws (No minors with power equipment will be permitted) If you have any questions, contact Clay Safety Net at 904-644-0311 or

It appears most of the main roads in the Town of Orange Park have power!!

The following roads and bridges in Clay County are closed: • Shands Bridge • Blanding Blvd. at County Road 218 • State Road 16 is closed from Sandhill Rd. to Thunder Rd. • County Road 220 at Joe Johns Road • Thunder Road at Eds Court • County Road 215 at Primrose Many streets are blocked by downed trees and flooding. Teams are working to clear areas as conditions allow. It is vital that citizens avoid these areas immediately. Many other roads in Clay County have traffic lights that are down. By law, drivers should treat that intersection as a 4-way stop.

Clay County has extended the curfew until 6AM. Please stay indoors and stay safe while we try to make the roads safe for you tomorrow.

Even in the midst of the destruction of Hurricane Irma, let us not forget those who lost their lives on this date 16 years ago. Never forget!