Cuyahoga Falls Police Department

  • Agency: Cuyahoga Falls Police Department
  • Address: 2310 2nd St, Cuyahoga Falls, 44221 OH
  • Chief: Thomas Pozza (Chief of Police)
Phone: 330-928-2181

Cuyahoga Falls Police Department is located at 2310 2nd St, Cuyahoga Falls, 44221 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Thomas Pozza. The Cuyahoga Falls Police Department phone number is 330-928-2181.

Cuyahoga Falls Police Department News

Mayor Walters Announces Opening of Front Street to Vehicular Traffic After being closed for the last 40 years, Mayor Don Walters is proud to announce the opening of downtown Front Street to vehicular traffic beginning at 10:00 a.m., on Saturday, February 3, 2018. Cuyahoga Falls residents are encouraged to join Mayor Walters for this historic event in Downtown Cuyahoga Falls. “I have been reiterating that by opening Front Street to vehicular traffic we can capitalize on the market share that exists because the area is in the middle of a transportation hub,” stated Mayor Walters. “Retail establishments demand visibility and accessibility to succeed. Unfortunately, the pedestrian mall offered neither. It’s been 40 years since cars have driven down Front Street and I am excited to usher in this exciting time of economic growth and prosperity.” Residents may gather at the Downtown Pavilion, 2085 Front Street beginning at 8:00 a.m. The first 75 individuals to arrive will receive a commemorative bus ticket to ensure that they will be the first to travel down the new Front Street. At 10:00 a.m., Mayor Walters will give remarks and declare Front Street open for business. Barricades will be removed, and the bus will begin the inaugural trip that will officially reopen Front Street. The bus will be followed by a 1978 Trans Am and a new Tesla symbolizing the ushering out of the old pedestrian mall that was created in 1978 and the ushering in of a new day of economic growth and innovation. A presentation will follow at the Pavilion where light refreshments will be served. An official grand opening event and parade celebrating the new Downtown Cuyahoga Falls is scheduled for Saturday, June 2, 2018. -END-

17-35316 & 17-35319: *****THE WOMAN HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AND CHARGES WILL BE FORTHCOMING. THANK YOU ******* We are looking for help in identifying this female in reference to thefts at Howe Avenue businesses. If you can identify this woman please contact the Confidential Cuyahoga Falls Crime Fighter Tip Line at 330-971-TIPS (8477) or contact Detective Cserhati at 330-971-8334. A reward may be offered for information.

Wishing everyone a safe and peaceful New Year.

Have a Merry Christmas! Be safe if traveling.

Nice visit from the First United Methodist Scout troop last night.

Shop with a Cop yesterday. Thank you to all who supported the program. We had a great time with the kids.

Another donation from our scruffy faced officers. $1040 was donated to the Shop with a Cop program.

The office was overflowing with toys from the Toys for Tickets program. Great job to the officers and thank you for all the drivers who dropped off toys. They were dropped off at Good Neighbors this morning to help with their Christmas Donations.

Members of the Falls Cancer Club along with some of our bearded officers. Donations to the club were $1105 for our No Shave November fund raiser.

We were sent this picture from 111 Stow Ave. A caring person was concerned a child may be missing their favorite toy. It can be reclaimed at that address.

Have a Happy Thanksgiving. Please travel safely.

Mayor Walters Announces 2017 Toys for Tickets Program Mayor Don Walters is pleased to announce the Cuyahoga Falls Police Department’s 2017 Toys for Tickets Program. For the eighth year, the program will allow motorists who are stopped for minor traffic offenses to trade a traffic warning for a toy donation to Cuyahoga Falls Good Neighbors. “I am proud of Chief Davis and our Cuyahoga Falls Police Department for continuing this program to help out residents in need, while gently reminding motorists to drive with added caution throughout the holiday season,” stated Mayor Walters. From November 26 through December 10, 2017, Cuyahoga Falls Police Officers will issue toy waivers to replace verbal warnings that are received for minor traffic cases. The toy waiver encourages the minor traffic violator to donate a new, unwrapped toy to the Good Neighbors program. Drivers may drop off the toy at the Cuyahoga Falls Police Department, 2310 Second Street, on or before December 10, 2017. For questions or additional information, please contact Chief Jack Davis at 330.971.8300.

Thank you to our veterans today and every day

No Shave November Update: Beards are coming in and $975.00 raised so far for the Falls Cancer Club.

We have received some calls regarding the police department soliciting money for teddy bears. We are not and we do not engage in any phone soliciting.

Thank you to all who participated in the National Drug Take Day Saturday. We collected over 90 pounds of unused medications at our site alone.

Welcome to Terrence Holt a new Community Service Officer. Terry started his training this morning and is pictured here with Mayor Walters after being sworn in.

You may notice some scruffiness, or a little more itching of the face or legs when you see your Cuyahoga Falls Officers out on the street. Officers will be able to take part in our No Shave Season. We may even have a few them sporting a full beard in no time. Here’s how it works: Officers may make a $5.00 weekly or a monthly donation of $20 during each month of the No Shave Season to go without shaving. Each month we have selected an organization to receive the donations the officers have made. November’s recipient is THE CUYAHOGA FALLS CANCER CLUB December’s recipient is SHOP WITH A COP. January’s recipient is THE SAFETY FORCES CHAPLAINCY CENTER NO SHAVE NOVEMBER is a cancer awareness campaign and the link provides some insight to what it’s all about. If you feel inclined to participate with us? Please make your own donation to a charity of your choice.

Just a reminder that we will be participating in the National Drug Take Back day on Saturday at City Hall. Our prescription drop off box is available 24/7 in the department lobby if you can not make it Saturday.

Mayor Don Walters is pleased to announce that the City of Cuyahoga Falls will hold Trick-or-Treat on Saturday, October 28, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Trick-or-Treat will follow the annual Halloween Spooktacular being held at Keyser Barn in Keyser Park, 851 W. Bath Road, from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. The city would like to remind residents of the following trick-or-treat safety tips: For Kids: Trick-or-treat in a group or with an adult. Be sure your parents always know where you are going to trick-or-treat. Only visit homes that have the porch light on. Walk, don’t run, and stay on sidewalks. Look both ways before crossing streets and only cross the street at corners. Wear reflective clothing. Accept treats only in doorways. Never go into a house. Keep away from candles and open fires. Let parents check your treats before you eat them. Never eat unwrapped candy, opened candy or fruit given to you on Halloween. For Homeowners: Turn your porch light on and keep your yard well-lit if you plan to pass out treats. Turn your lights off if you will not be home to discourage children from approaching your property. Make sure your yard is clear of all objects (examples: ladders, hoses, dog leashes or flower pots) that may pose a risk of injury to young children. Battery-powered jack-o’lantern candles are preferable to open flames. If you do use candles, place the pumpkin away from trick-or-treaters. For Drivers: Drive slowly, with caution, all evening. Mayor Walters would like to wish everyone a happy and safe Halloween! News & Updates CF News Event Calendar Citizen Access & Reports Project Plans & Bids Public Online Sales E-News Signup View All News