Cedar City Police Department

  • Agency: Cedar City Police Department
  • Address: 10 N. Main St, Cedar City, 84720 UT
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: (435) 586-2956
Fax: (435) 865-5112

Cedar City Police Department is located at 10 N. Main St, Cedar City, 84720 UT. The Cedar City Police Department phone number is (435) 586-2956.

Cedar City Police Department News

Congrats on a big win tonight! SUU over nationally ranked Eastern Washington 46-28! Go Thunderbirds! #cedarcity #SUU

These fundraising events help us raise money for the Shop-with-a-Cop program.

It's that time of year! Time to start gearing up for the annual Tip-a-Cop fundraising events beginning November 3, 2017 at Applebees. 6:00pm to 9:00pm! These are the fundraisers are for our Shop-with-a-Cop program which will be Saturday, December 9th this year. Let our local public safety officials serve you that night for a fine dining experience! We appreciate your generosity! Together, we can make a better Christmas for 100 underpriviledged children in Iron County!

These cool Cub Scouts and their leaders came to visit the Police Department last night. What a great bunch of fun, inquisitive, brilliant kids...(and the scouts were pretty good too) LOL! Thanks for the visit!

Due to the tremendous outpouring of support and willingness to donate by many people outside of the Cedar City Police Department, the recipient of our beard growing fundraiser has agreed, at considerable protest we might add, to let his face and name be known! Troy Goulding is a mechanic for the Cedar City Corporation. He has worked there for a little over 11 years. (He started on 9/11/06). He was diagnosed a few weeks ago with Leukemia and has undergone his first round of chemo. He is home now with his family but has a long road of very expensive treatments ahead. His family has been overwhelmed by the amount of support they have received so far. People wishing to donate to Troy and his family can go to the attached link to donate or bring money by the office and we will see that they get it. Our thanks to everyone for their desire to get involved. There is also talk of opening up our beard growing contest to the public, maybe with prizes for the best beards in different categories! We will have more on that later so keep checking for updates! https://secure.xpressbillpay.com/portal/?refer=cedarcitytrainingregistration Note: Sgt Womack is bald by choice! Troy is bald as a result of his chemo treatments!

Something "hairy" is going on with the CCPD! Chief Adams has once again agreed to let our normally clean shaven Patrol Division grow facial hair. The officers are paying $20.00 per month for a "Beard Permit" and the funds are going to a fellow Cedar City Corporation employee who is battling Leukemia. The hairy highjinks will be allowed from October 1 to April 2. Thanks Chief for "letting your hair down" and allowing us this chance to help a fellow employee.

This is great!

Well done Utah Highway Patrol Troopers!

Be careful while hunting!

Heart wrenching story by #alexcabrero, #kslnews

A heart wrenching story. Great win CV 4th grade team!

Congrats on the Homecoming win to the SUU TBirds! 20-14 against Cal Poly! Great win Birds! #suutbirds,#suufootball,#tbirdnation

Thanks to our local resident, Shari Monroe, for sharing your service animals with those trying to heal in Las Vegas! #Cedarcitypolice

We changed our cover photo in honor of "Throwback Thursday!"

Please take time to join us, the Cedar City Police Department and the Iron County Sheriff's Office, as we talk about our departments, your tax dollars at work and build important community partnerships with each other. We will have a question and answer session to share important information and to listen to your concerns.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and their families of the tragic shooting in Las Vegas. To our brothers and sisters in Public Safety, thank you for your sacrifices. Running towards the gunshots while trying to help other escape the horror, must have been heart wrenching.

October is National School Bus Safety Month. We would like to remind drivers that it is illegal and dangerous to pass school busses with their red lights on and signs out. You can prevent a tragedy by obeying this law

Good team work!

Stay watchful! Please call if you think you see the suspect!

The schools are aware of the siutation and Officers are actively seeking the suspect at this time.

SGT Clint Pollock participated in the annual Paiute Tribe Spirit Run. He was quite the trooper despite the cold and rainy weather! Thanks to the Paiute Tribe of Utah for allowing members of the CCPD the privilege of participating in this sacred event. Damon Polk, Laura Tom, Tyler Goddard, and too many others to name, thank you!