Walbridge Police Department

  • Agency: Walbridge Police Department
  • Address: 705 N Main St, Walbridge, 43465 OH
  • Chief: Kenneth P Frost (Chief of Police)
Phone: 419-666-1447
Fax: 419-466-7459

Walbridge Police Department is located at 705 N Main St, Walbridge, 43465 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Kenneth P Frost. The Walbridge Police Department phone number is 419-666-1447.

Walbridge Police Department News

Our friends in Northwood need some assistance.

Please don’t text and drive. Distracted driving is costing lives all around Ohio. #stayalivedonttextanddrive

Please join us this evening at 6 pm in council chambers for our first block watch meeting of the year. The topic of discussion for this month is winter safety/distracted driving. Our guest speaker will be Sandy Weichman, the coordinator for Wood County Safe Communities. She will be discussing the necessary precautions that should be taken when driving on hazardous roads this winter season and the dangers of distracted driving. This will be a great meeting to attend! See everyone there.

We are accepting applications for Chief of Police and Part-Time Officers! See attached information. Please share!

***UPDATE*** Test Cancelled due to weather Attention Walbridge Residents: The regular monthly scheduled test for the Early Weather Warning Device is tomorrow, Saturday January 6th at 10AM. This will be the first monthly test of the new device centrally located at Loop Park. Again, this is only a test.

Happy New Year! Attached is the 2018 block watch schedule!

Have a safe New Years Eve and a Happy New Year everyone! If you choose to consume alcohol, please make arrangements to get home safely. Jail is not a place to spend the night as the clock strikes midnight. Keep in mind, officers will be out looking for dangerous and drunk drivers tonight! #drivesober

Residents and visitors - please remove vehicles from the street when snow is expected to exceed 2 inches. This allows our plows a safe path to clear the streets. Streets are narrow and unnecessary vehicles can be a hazard to plows. Our no parking signs clearly display the 2 inch rule and officers may enforce this ordinance if needed. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. Please share so this information can reach as many people as possible!

It’s dangerously cold outside, with wind chills dipping well below zero. Our furry friends cannot be left outside for extended periods of time. The pads on their paws can be damaged from the extreme cold and they can suffer health issues if over exposed. Please keep an watchful eye on your pet over the next couple weeks as we experience very cold temperatures. #ifyourecoldtheyrcold

Our friends in Toledo showing a little Christmas spirit! Have a safe day and a Merry Christmas!

Echo wishes everyone a safe and happy holiday!

Our friends in Lucas County reporting a phone scam in our area.

Our thoughts go out to the family of Chief Opperman and the officers at the Dundee Police Department.

There will be a siren test today at NOON, for the siren located at Loop Park. It is only a test and will be brief. Thank you!

What does each snow emergency level mean for you? Attached is a link to this information. Please take the time to familiarize yourself with it. Drive safely!

I want thank everyone for coming out and sharing some delicious homemade food with our fellow residents last night. We ended 2017 on a good note with a great guest speaker and good food!! I am looking forward to seeing everyone at next month's meeting on January 10th, 2018 at 6pm in Council Chambers. We will be discussing the ongoing issues with Winter Hazards and Distracted Driving. Please stop in and pickup the 2018 Block Watch Schedule, it is located in multiple areas of the Administration Building.

We are expecting some snow accumulation today. Please remember that parking in the street is prohibited when snow exceeds 2”. This allows plows to safely clear the streets. Stay warm today!

Attention Residents: This Wednesday on December 13th, 2017 at 6:00pm in the Cafeteria, we will be having our last Blockwatch Meeting of the year. Our guest speaker will be Wood County Sheriff Mark Wasylyshyn, he will be discussing the importance of crime prevention as we approach the busiest holiday season of the year. Please join us as we wrap up 2017 on a good note, there will also be a pot luck during this meeting. Feel free to bring and share your favorite dish with the community. The food roster is posted in the Administration Building located at 705 N. Main Street Walbridge, Ohio 43465, You can contact Patty at (419) 666-1830 for further details during business hours.