Black Butte Ranch Police Department

  • Agency: Black Butte Ranch Police Department
  • Address: 13885 Bishops Cap, Black Butte, 97759 OR
  • Chief: Gil Zaccaro (Chief of Police)
Phone: 541-595-2191
Fax: 541-595-1033

Black Butte Ranch Police Department is located at 13885 Bishops Cap, Black Butte, 97759 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is Gil Zaccaro. The Black Butte Ranch Police Department phone number is 541-595-2191.

Black Butte Ranch Police Department News

**UPDATE** Chloe has been found, safe and sound, and reunited with her family. *LOST DOG* "Chloe" (pictured on the right) is a friendly 5 yr old Poodle/wheaten terrier mix. Chloe went missing yesterday (10-27-17) at about 2:30 pm. She was last seen running North in the area of the Glaze Meadow Golf Course's 13th fairway. If you find or spot Chloe, please call the Black Butte Police Department at 541-595-2191 or Deschutes County Dispatch at 541-693-6911.

CalFire has requested help from Oregon and Arizona to battle the fires, so the Oregon Office of State Fire Marshal is sending up to 50 engines to California. Crews from 10 different Strike Teams are heading to California including teams from Bend, Sisters-Camp Sherman Fire District, Sunriver and Klamath Falls to work in Santa Rosa for at least a week with California paying for the mobilization.

Thank you Sisters-Camp Sherman Fire District for sending help to the people of northern California. Stay vigilant and we look forward to seeing you back home safe.

On Saturday, 10/07/17, Sgt. Rob Schulz and his wife, Kristina, helped clean up a section of HWY 20 just east of Sisters. Sgt. Schulz and Kristina are both members of Sisters Kiwanis. Sisters Kiwanis has adopted a section of HWY 20 as part of their service to the community. The Adopt-A-Highway program provides an opportunity for volunteers to clean up litter and remove noxious weeds along state highways. Activities may also include graffiti removal and maintenance of existing landscaped areas.

On 10-6-17, Black Butte Police, along with the Deschutes County Sheriff's Office and ODOT, assisted the Oregon State Police and Sisters Fire Department at the scene of a head on collision involving two vehicles. The crash occurred on Hwy 20 near Tollgate and blocked the highway in both directions. Three people were injured in the crash. Fortunately there were no fatalities.

Black Butte Police Chief Denney Kelley at a book signing event in Sunriver with Craig Johnson, author of the Longmire book series and creative consultant to the Longmire TV series. Chief Kelley presented Johnson with a Black Butte Ranch Police Department coffee mug, along with BBRPD challenge coins for the members of the Absaroka County Sheriff’s Office (Wyoming).

Oregon's new distracted driving law starts October 1st.

Fire Information Board now available outside the Lakeside Bistro

The Deschutes Alert System (DAS) can be used to notify the public with important information during an emergency. Emergencies happen with little or no notice at any time of the day or night. With DAS, we can relay critical information to you about natural disasters or other emergencies that require your immediate attention. The service area for DAS includes Deschutes County, Crooked River Ranch, and Camp Sherman in the State of Oregon. Until recently, emergency personnel would use DAS to call land-line telephones but did not have the capability to include Wireless (cellular) or Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone numbers. Now, owners of VoIP or cellular phone lines can receive the same emergency message as those with land-line phones receive, but ONLY IF THEY REGISTER. Go to this website to register: https://www.deschutes.org/911/page/sign-deschutes-emergency-alerts

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