Alvin Police Department

  • Agency: Alvin Police Department
  • Address: 1500 S Gordon St, Alvin, 77511 TX
  • Chief: Mike Merkel (Chief of Police)
Phone: 281-388-4370
Fax: 281-388-4380
Email:
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Alvin Police Department is located at 1500 S Gordon St, Alvin, 77511 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is Mike Merkel. The Alvin Police Department phone number is 281-388-4370.

Alvin Police Department News

Sincere appreciation to R.L. Stevenson Primary for inviting us to talk about "Community Helpers" to their kiddos, with a special Thank You to Ms. Mills for inviting us!

The holiday season is just around the corner! While you’re out doing your holiday shopping, remember to protect your valuables and gifts by locking your vehicle! Help us reduce vehicle crime!

Come work with us! http://www.alvin-tx.gov/page/Police.Recruiting

Join us for you morning coffee!

Regular traffic enforcement will continue throughout the city.

In the coming days, the City of Alvin and the Alvin Police Department will begin placing our “Drive Wise” signs on various city roadways. These colorful signs are intended to be friendly reminders about traffic safety. The signs focus on speeding, distracted driving, and other major contributors to the number of traffic accidents we witness on Alvin roadways each year. The Drive Wise program originated in Surprise, Arizona and we hope to have the same success and community acceptance of the program here!

Happy Halloween!

Sincere appreciation to Hood-Case Elementary for inviting us to talk about "Community Helpers" to their kindergartners and 1st graders, with a special Thank You to Mr. Arellano for making it happen!

It was great to see everyone supporting the community at the parade!

Scammers may call asking for gift cards as a friend or relative. Don't do it! Never send money of any kind to an unverified location/person.

Regular traffic enforcement will continue throughout the city.

Here's the traffic focus for the week! Let's have a safe week!

National Drug Take Back day is coming up at the end of the month! Check out the flyer for all the available locations. The disposal bin at the Alvin Police Department is as always available year round!

Thanks to all who participated in Neighborhood Night Out!! If you want to share photos feel free to post them here in the comments. This photo is from a get together in Hamilton Square.

One of our cars is decked out for Breast Cancer Awareness month!

The 26th annual City of Alvin Neighborhood Night Out will be on Tuesday October 3, 2017, from 7pm-9pm. The purpose of Neighborhood Night Out is to strengthen neighborhood and community safety and security by encouraging everyone to get outside and meet their neighbors and community members. Many neighborhoods will be hosting block parties, barbecues, covered-dish dinners etc. During Neighborhood Night Out members of the Alvin Police Department, the Alvin Volunteer Fire Department, Alvin EMS and City and community leaders will be going from event to event visiting and sharing information of community interest. To register your neighborhood event or if you have questions contact Detective Ruben Solano at (281)585-7124 or by email rsolano@cityofalvin.com.

Students from Hood-Case Elementary stopped by to bring some awesome homemade thank you cards! Thanks so much!

APD Case #201701825 Can you identify these suspects?! They were involved in a theft in the 9000 block of Hwy 6, Alvin Texas. Any information should be forwarded to Detective P. Moore. 281-585-7172

PRESS RELEASE FROM CITY HALL: CITY OF ALVIN BUILDING DEPARTMENT Helpful Hints for Permits/Remodeling FEMA and the City of Alvin requires permits and inspections for every damaged home to evaluate each location and determine the extent of the damage. Here are a few helpful hints for when it’s time to repair your homes: • Please be careful when hiring contractors! Be wary of scam artists that will take advantage of times like this. • Local contractors may be more likely to know local ordinances and requirements, which can save you from costly mistakes. • All electricians and plumbers must be licensed (per Texas State Law). • To Look up Licensed Plumbers - Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners: https://vo.licensing.hpc.texas.gov/datamart/mainMenu.do;jsessionid=q37fIgeMdShGPgAN8KegiXQ-.i-09230d577b4f7d99a • To look up Licensed Electricians - Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/LicenseSearch/LicenseSearchMobile.asp#start • General Contractors should have insurance. Verify that Contractors are registered with the City of Alvin. Double check that contractors get permits and inspections for your repairs. (Most insurance companies won't pay for repairs made without permits and inspections.) • Get bids, invoices and contracts in writing, and always keep a copy for your records. Do not give all the money up front. Don't be afraid to ask questions, we are here to help! PERMITS: The City DOES NOT require permits for the following repairs caused by damage from Hurricane Harvey: • Floor covering replacement (carpet, tile, vinyl, etc.) • Fence repairs ALL other repairs will require a Permit and Inspections. Call Building Inspections at 281-388-4271 if you have any questions.