Freeport Borough Police Department

  • Agency: Freeport Borough Police Department
  • Address: 414 Market St, Freeport, 16229 PA
  • Chief:
Phone: 724-295-4897
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Freeport Borough Police Department is located at 414 Market St, Freeport, 16229 PA. The Freeport Borough Police Department phone number is 724-295-4897.

Freeport Borough Police Department News

BOROUGH RESIDENTS Street Sweeping officially ended last week for the rest of the year. It will resume again April 1st 2018. Don't be alarmed if you see the street sweeper out and about as he will be picking up leaves. Thank you all for your cooperation throughout the year moving your vehicles.

PUBLIC HEARING: Freeport Council will be holding a public hearing for the Borough residents of Freeport on the Act 537 Sewage Plan on Monday, October 30, 2017 at 7:00 P.M. at the Freeport Borough Building, 414 Market St, Freeport, PA 16229

UPDATE: Penny has been located and returned home. Thank you all for your help MISSING: This is Penny, she is a 2yr old female mix that went missing last night (10/16/17) from 2nd St. Any info regarding her whereabouts please contact the department at 724-295-4897

CONSTRUCTION ALERT: Paving will begin tomorrow in Laneville. All residents that use on street parking will need to park at the trail or at the old Boyle Inc parking lot. Paving is scheduled to be completed on 10-12-17.

TRAFFIC ALERT: There will be no parking on High street between 5th and 6th street, tomorrow (10/03/2017) from 7am-3pm, due to West Penn Power working on a utility pole at that location. This portion of the road will still be open for traffic though.

UPDATE: Owners located, thank you all for your help in getting this little guy home. This little guy was just found running down by the boat launch. If anyone knows who he belongs to or if he is your dog, please contact the department right away. Lets get this guy home tonight!

TRAFFIC ALERT: New speed lines have been painted throughout the Borough, as well as old ones repainted. Please remember to drive the speed limit, as we will be enforcing this heavily. Our goal is to keep everyone in town safe.

Good morning. Over the last few months we've noticed a lot of misinformation out there, and a lack of communication between this department and the residents of Freeport. We created this page to hopefully help bridge the gap in communication, and to get imperative information out to residents in a timely manner. If anyone ever has a question, please feel free to call the station, or email us. Most importantly, if anyone see's anything or anyone suspicious, please notify us immediately, so we can investigate it. Finally, and most importantly, if you have an emergency or something that needs tended to right away, please call 911. Do not call the station or leave a message. We can't stress this enough. Most of the time we are not at the station, and the only way we are made aware of a call is by going through 911. Thank you.