Tracy Police Department

  • Agency: Tracy Police Department
  • Address: 336 Morgan St., Tracy, 56175 MN
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 507-629-5534
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Tracy Police Department is located at 336 Morgan St., Tracy, 56175 MN. The Tracy Police Department phone number is 507-629-5534.

Tracy Police Department News

Due to a water main break, some residents may be experiencing water outages. Crews are working diligently to resolve this issue. Thank you for your patience.

The Nation Weather Service has put out a wind advisory. ..WIND ADVISORY NOW IN EFFECT FROM 10 AM THIS MORNING TO 1 AM CDT FRIDAY... * TIMING...Winds will increase dramatically late this morning and continue through Friday. By late tonight, falling snow will accompany the strong winds, reducing visibility at times. * WINDS...Expect northwest winds to average 30 to 40 mph with gusts of 45 to 50 mph. Please secure items in your yards that may be affected by the wind. Dumpsters, Halloween Decorations, Ect...

A single key on a lanyard was found on Morgan Street and turned into the PD. If this is yours you can claim it at the police department.

This dog was found at the City Cemetary. He has a red collar and is very friendly. If he's yours please call 5078298298.

This male husky was found running around near Premium. Please call 5078298298 if he's yours.

This dog was found near N 3rd Street. If it belongs to you or you know who it belongs to, please contact us at 507-829-8298. Thank you!

Tonight is Opperation Edith. Fire trucks will be driving around town with their lights on counting porch lights that are on to support fire prevention week between 7 and 715 tonight. Please turn on your porch lights in support of the fire department. There are only a few fire raffle tickets remaining. Feel free to flag down a truck tonight if you want to purchase one. Hope to see you all at the fire hall for the chili feed tomorrow night.

A cell phone was found on Craig Ave (Hwy 14) near John Deere this morning. Please contact us at 507-829-8298 to identify and claim. Thank you

Male husky with no collar found on Center St. Please contact us if he is yours. 507-829-8298

This dog was found near Center St/Union St. If it is yours or you know who it may belong to please contact us at 507-829-8298. Thank you!

Thank you to the community for making this a huge success!

We are looking to identify these two males who passed fake $100 bills at a local business yesterday. If you have any information on who these two males are please call the police department at 507 829 8298. Please also look close at any large bills you maybe receiving. These two were passing obviously fake $100 bills.

The siren's this afternoon was just a test of a new antenna system at Sebastian Park. All siren's are currently working again.

The last 3 years we have been working with local businesses to provide these hard cover books to 1st Grade and 4th Grade Students in both Tracy Elementary and St. Mary's schools. These books are provided to the students by donations made by local businesses. The books have stories about being good citizens, having good character, and making good decisions in life. The Tracy Police Department will again be providing this program to students in 2018.

***Notice of Mosquito Spraying***

Storm is approaching Tracy City limits.

Balaton spotters are reporting high winds and pea sized hail currently with heavy rain. Thunderstorm warning has been extended until 1045 PM. Tracy spotters are currently out monitoring the storm also.

Just notified pool staff, summer rec, staff and summer lunches of potential storm headed this way. If you dropped off children at Sabastain Park you may want to go pick them up.

This was a good class to attend. I have received my instructors certificate from attending this training and I hope to bring ALICE training to our schools and area businesses in the near future. Chief Lichty

This bike was found near the intersection of 3rd St and Harvey St. If it is yours or you know who it belongs to, please contact us at 507-829-8298. Thank you!

Today was our "Truth About Drug" graduation with the Elementary 6th grade class. Great Job to the students who today signed a pledge to stay drug free. Also great job Officer Gehrke and thank you for all you do to make this program a success. The 6th grade class has participated in this class every other week for almost the entire school year and today they received T-shirts for their efforts.