Williston Police Department

  • Agency: Williston Police Department
  • Address: 5 SW First Avenue, Williston, 32696 FL
  • Chief: Dan Davis (Chief of Police)
Phone: (352) 528-4991
Fax: (352) 528-0955

Williston Police Department is located at 5 SW First Avenue, Williston, 32696 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Dan Davis. The Williston Police Department phone number is (352) 528-4991.

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Found Dogs (**We have information that suggests these babies may have lived in Inverness at some point.) These boys were found wandering around near Taco Bell this afternoon. Please help find their owners!! If you have information about the owners please call Williston Police Department at 352-528-4991.

14th National Prescription Drug Take Back Day October 28, 2017, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Williston Police Department Lobby

Bicycle Safety Awareness

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The Williston Police Department would like to congratulate Sgt. Fred Morris on his retirement. Sgt. Morris served the City of Williston for 17 years with dedication the city and its citizens. Sgt. Morris will continue to be an active member of the force as a Reserve Officer. Thank you for your years of service and we hope you enjoy your retirement.

Can you help FHP identify this hit-and-run driver?

Please help me find my owner and babies. I am homesick... 1. Tan Female Pit Mix. 2. NW area near Walgreens. 3. Large green collar, No ID tag & No Microchip. Call Wayne 352-528-4991

Levy County has officially received an IA declaration for Individual Assistance Residents can now apply for FEMA assistance. Please see below: HOW TO APPLY • Internet: https://www.disasterassistance.gov • Smartphone: downloading FEMA application through https://www.fema.gov • FEMA Toll-Free Helpline: 800-621-3362 • FEMA Toll-Free Helpline for deaf, hard of hearing, or speech disability: 800-462-7585 • Disaster Recovery Center open for limited periods post-disaster near your community. • U.S. SBA Disaster Loan Assistance: https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela

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I-75 will Remain Open TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, the Florida Department of Transportation announced that I-75 will remain open, as flood waters have been receding on the Santa Fe River. As of this morning, FDOT engineers and state meteorologists do not believe that the Santa Fe River will reach a level to make the interstate unsafe. On Wednesday, FDOT and the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles announced that due to unprecedented flooding of the Santa Fe River, there was a potential for I-75 to close for motorist safety. Because of high water levels of the Santa Fe River, US 41 and US 27 remain closed. Once these highways are safe, they will be reopened to motorists. FDOT and the DHSMV will continue to keep Floridians and visitors updated on traffic conditions by constantly updating FL511.com. You can also follow @MyFDOT, @FLHSMV, @FL511, and @FLGovScott.

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***** Update **** I-75 will Remain Open TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, the Florida Department of Transportation announced that I-75 will remain open, as flood waters have been receding on the Santa Fe River. As of this morning, FDOT engineers and state meteorologists do not believe that the Santa Fe River will reach a level to make the interstate unsafe. On Wednesday, FDOT and the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles announced that due to unprecedented flooding of the Santa Fe River, there was a potential for I-75 to close for motorist safety. Because of high water levels of the Santa Fe River, US 41 and US 27 remain closed. Once these highways are safe, they will be reopened to motorists. FDOT and the DHSMV will continue to keep Floridians and visitors updated on traffic conditions by constantly updating FL511.com. You can also follow @MyFDOT, @FLHSMV, @FL511, and @FLGovScott.

Hurricane Irma caused a wide spread outage for the state of Florida. The City of Williston will not have power in this area until Dukes Energy is able to restore energy to our City’s main breaker. Then our employees are ready to restore electricity throughout the City. *** #DukeEnergy reports*** • Power outages currently total 1.2 million; 100,000 customers restored in early stages • Restoration could take a week or longer for hardest-hit areas as the system is rebuilt • More than 9,000 workers focused on Duke Energy Florida restoration The hardest hit areas: Pinellas, Orange, Seminole, Volusia and Highlands counties. The company strategically staged power line workers, tree professionals, damage assessors and support personnel at multiple sites in Florida and nearby Georgia in advance of the hurricane, giving repair teams rapid access to Florida's hardest-hit areas. Damage assessments determine where the company will further deploy its workers, equipment and other resources to begin the complex job of power restoration.