Cuyuna Police Department

  • Agency: Cuyuna Police Department
  • Address: 24945 Minnesota Ave, Deerwood, 56444 MN
  • Chief: Tim Leonard (Chief of Police)
Phone: 218-546-5400

Cuyuna Police Department is located at 24945 Minnesota Ave, Deerwood, 56444 MN. The Chief of Police of the department is Tim Leonard. The Cuyuna Police Department phone number is 218-546-5400.

Cuyuna Police Department News

Temps were freezing last night with snow and high winds. Roads are slippery in spots this morning. Please be patient and help us with our Towards Zero Deaths goal, by being extra careful this morning while driving.

It's going to be a gorgeous day in Cuyuna. Woodtick Races start at noon. Jockey meeting at 11am.

Looking to be a beautiful day. We'd love to see you all.

It was an honor for Cuyuna Chief Jesse Smith and Cuyuna Deputy Chief Pat Pickar to be present during the pinning of the newly appointed Chief of Police Mark Taylor for the Deerwood Police Department. Chief Taylor you are a true representative of your community as it was revealed tonight. We are thankful for the working relationship that our two cities share and I know we will continue to backup and assist each other. Great job friend.

Sewer project has begun in the city of Cuyuna. Construction will possibly continue into June 2017. We ask that you be extra diligent in driving through work zones. In 2014 the legislature passed a law, instead of doubling a fine for speeding in a work zone, to a minimum $300 fine. Help us continue with our statewide Towards Zero Deaths initiative.

Congratulations to Officer Kovacic on a well deserved award. You have committed your entire career and life to teaching other law enforcement officers their ability to do their jobs, with confidence and professionalism. We are proud to have you representing the Cuyuna Police Department along with your other endeavors.

Best of luck to our Rangers boys basketball team. State Semi-Finals tonight. Go C-I Go! 🏀🏀

Good luck to Crosby-Ironton Boys Basketball as they start state playoffs tonight vs. Breckinridge at Williams Arena. 🏀🏀 Go-CI-Go! 🏀🏀

Even squad cars need to retire. Out with the old and in with the new. Cuyuna Police Department put its new squad car out on patrol for its first shift on Friday March 3, 2017.

Cuyuna Police Department, along with other local agencies in Crow Wing County, were the recipients of the 2015 Minnesota TZD Commissioner's Award. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety's, Office of Traffic Safety, recognized our police department at a June 1, 2016 awards luncheon for the work in our community to try and prevent deaths and injuries from traffic crashes through high visibility and aggressive traffic enforcement. Job well done to the officers in their efforts to promote traffic safety and to the city officials who support our efforts to keep our community safe.

Set up for the Woodtick Races has started. Going to be a beautiful day. ☀️. Get on your motorcycle, roll into town and buy your Woodtick before they run out.

Cuyuna Fire Department conducted a training burn Thursday night on County Road 30. Fire Departments from Deerwood, Crosby and Ironton were also involved in the training excersize. We want to thank everyone that traveled on CR 30 passing by the fire for driving with due care ensuring the safety of our local firefighters.

City of Cuyuna has partnered with Irondale Township to purchase a Radar Speed Display Sign which will be placed around our two communities to make drivers more aware and reduce speeding. The Radar Speed Display Sign was placed on County Road 31/Minnesota Ave. in Cuyuna over opening deer hunting weekend. Saturday November 6, 2015, the sign was set up for northbound traffic registering only vehicles over 30 MPH. 295 vehicles went by in a four hour period. On Sunday November 8, 2015 the sign was set up for southbound traffic registering vehicles over 30 MPH. In a seven hour time frame, 441 vehicles had gone through. The new speed sign will also be a great tool to measure traffic volumes at different times of the day or night. ~Drive Safe

Officer Steve Kovacic honoring our fallen brother, Steven Sandberg of the Aitkin County Sheriffs Office, at his funeral October 23, 2015.