What a cute group of trick or treaters. Come see us we have candy for the kids.
Weed Police Department is located at 550 Main Street, Weed, 96094 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Martin Nicholas. The Weed Police Department phone number is 530-938-5000.
What a cute group of trick or treaters. Come see us we have candy for the kids.
The Weed Police Department, located at 550 Main St., is once again hosting as a drop off and collection site for the National Prescription Drug Take Back event.
Male with black collar, picked up in the Angel Valley area.
Male with a camo collar found on Union St. If you are or know who the owner is please contact the Weed Police Department.
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month, the Weed Police Department will be selling souvenir patches for $10.00. Proceeds will be donated to a non profit breast cancer awareness organization. Please contact Roxann Anzo at the Weed Police Department 530-938-5000 to obtain your souvenir patch.
DOG RETURNED TO OWNER Located on Camino Ave. Female, purple collar and no tags.
From Caltrans Wednesday @ 3:26 PM All Lanes of I-5 North of Redding are OPEN with limited restrictions REDDING – Caltrans District 2 in cooperation with the California Highway Patrol, the US Forest Service, the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office and the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office announce that Interstate 5 north of Redding will open with limited traffic control at 3 p.m. today. All truck restrictions have been lifted. Ramp closures will remain in effect except for residents that live in areas where evacuation orders have been lifted. Rest areas at O’Brien and Lakehead are now open. Due to re-construction of damaged freeway infrastructure, travelers may be subject to single lane traffic control during daytime hours between Lamoine and Pollard Flat. Motorists are asked to drive with caution and be aware that emergency vehicles may be in the area. Please remember to Move Over when you see yellow or emergency lights. As of September 12, 2018, at 3::00 PM, the Delta Fire has now burnt 53,837 acres and is at 15% containment. Officials from all agencies involved in the response to this fire have determined that the freeway is safe for travel. Motorists are asked to drive safely remember that potential closures can happen at any time due to fire activity or emergency need. Caltrans would like to thank all our partner agencies who have been working collaboratively and quickly to suppress this fire, open the Interstate and restore services. For the most current information, please call our hotline at 530-225-3452 or visit Facebook at Caltrans District 2 or Twitter @caltransD2.
Updated from Caltrans at 8:56 am I-5 North of Redding to Open with Restrictions REDDING – Caltrans District 2 in cooperation with the California Highway Patrol, the US Forest Service, the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office and the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office announced that Interstate 5 north of Redding will open at 8:30 a.m. today with restrictions. The Delta Fire is at 40,903 acres and 5% containment. Officials from all agencies involved in the response to this fire have determined that the freeway is safe for travel, with potential closures at any time due to fire activity or emergency need. The interstate will be open to through travel with one lane in each direction for approximately 17 miles between Antlers Bridge in Lakehead and Flume Creek Road south of Dunsmuir. The following restrictions apply: · The roadway will be reduced to one lane in each direction for 17 miles. · No potential flammable vehicles will be allowed. This includes any vehicles carrying hay, wood chips, lumber, logs and other loads deemed flammable when screened. All potentially flammable vehicles will be screened northbound at Fawndale Road and southbound at Mott Road and will be redirected to alternate routes if necessary. ALTERNATE ROUTES For Motorists traveling south on I-5 from Mt. Shasta o Take SR 89 to take westbound SR 299 to SR 3 to Redding. Estimated to take 3 hours with grid-lock traffic speeds. OR, o Take southbound SR 89, to westbound SR 44, into Redding. Estimated to take up to 2 hours with moderate traveling speeds. For Motorists travelling north on I-5 from Redding o Take eastbound SR 299 to northbound SR 89 then travelers may choose to take northbound SR 89 to Mount Shasta. Estimated to take up to 3 hours with grid-lock traffic speeds. 2OR o Take eastbound SR 299, to northbound SR 139 at Canby, to westbound SR 161 to Dorris, to southbound US 97 to Weed, and then back onto Northbound I-5, an estimate of up to 5 hours at free flow traveling speeds. · Travel is for THROUGH TRAFFIC ONLY and all ramps to and from the freeway within the fire damaged area will be staffed by the California Highway Patrol and Caltrans. Motorists should anticipate long lines of vehicles and long delays. Please be prepared by making sure your car is fully fueled and in proper running condition, that you have food and water, a charger for your phone and any other essentials you may need during a long wait. All agencies involved are working collaboratively and expediently to ensure public safety and to restore services and roadways as fast as possible. Thank you for your support California. For the most current information, please call our hotline at 530-225-3452 or visit Facebook at Caltrans District 2 or Twitter @caltransD2.
From Caltran @ 5:04pm I-5 North of Redding to Remain Closed due to Delta Fire Activity REDDING – Caltrans District 2 in cooperation with the California Highway Patrol, the US Forest Service and the Shasta County Sheriff’s Department announced that Interstate 5 north of Redding will remain closed throughout the weekend due to unpredictable fire activity, emergency roadway restoration and safety issues in the area. The route will be re-evaluated on Sunday. Motorists are encouraged to re-assess travel plans for trips that can be rescheduled or plan additional travel time for the following alternate routes: CLOSURE INFORMATION • Northbound I-5 is closed at Fawndale. Local residents only will be allowed through up to Riverview Drive. No traffic is allowed beyond Riverview Drive. • Southbound I-5 is closed at Sims Road. Local resident only will be allowed through up to Gibson Road. No traffic is allowed beyond Gibson Drive. LOCAL RESIDENTS MUST HAVE PROPER IDENTIFICATION. ALTERNATE ROUTES: For Motorists travelling south on I-5 from Mt. Shasta • Take SR 89 to take westbound SR 299 to SR 3 to Redding. Estimated to take 3 hours with grid-lock traffic speeds, OR • Take southbound SR 89, to westbound SR 44, into Redding. Estimated to take up to 2 hours with moderate traveling speeds. For Motorists travelling north on I-5 from Redding • Take eastbound SR 299 to northbound SR 89 then travelers may choose to take northbound SR 89 to Mount Shasta. Estimated to take up to 3 hours with grid-lock traffic speeds, OR • Take eastbound SR 299, to northbound SR 139 at Canby, to westbound SR 161 to Dorris, to southbound US 97 to Weed, and then back onto Northbound I-5, an estimate of up to 5 hours at free flow traveling speeds. PERMIT LOADS: In advance of travel for all permit loads, it is recommended that you check current roadway restrictions at www.dot.ca.gov/trafficops/permits. For the most current information, please call our hotline at 530-225-3452 or visit Facebook at Caltrans District 2 or Twitter @caltransD2.
If you are traveling South Bound you can also take SR 89 to SR 44 into Redding. Caltrans is encouraging the route as well. Please drive safe, be aware of heavy traffic, and as always wildlife.
On July 21st, 2018 just after 11pm, the Weed Police Department responded to reports of a physical fight between multiple persons at 192 Main St., where a concert had just ended. Three officers responded to the scene and found an active physical fight with a growing crowd. While trying to stop the physical altercation, which had moved down the block to a private parking lot at a commercial/residential apartment complex, officers arrested two people. The crowd attempted to dissuade officers’ attempts to take the subjects into custody. Officers arrested an adult male and an adult female for obstructing and resisting a peace officer during the incident. During the confrontation, members of the surrounding crowd failed to listen to the officer’s commands stay back and remained confrontational. The crowds’ actions posed a safety risk to the officers attempting to deal with combative subjects, and taking persons into custody. Additional officers responded to the scene from the California Highway Patrol and Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office to assist in dispersing the crowd. Weed Police Department has become aware of videos on social media, as well as receiving messages via social media regarding the incident. One video appears to begin after the two arrests have been made, near the end of the altercation. The case, as it relates to parties involved in the physical altercation, is still under investigation. Weed Police Department administration will be reviewing the video that was posted on social media as well as body camera footage, in review of the incident.
Family and Community Resource Center of Weed's Summer Fun Day Camp participants listening to Weed Police Department K9 Officer Fahrney speak about K9 Drax.
Weed Police Department K9 Drax, K9 Officer Fahrney, and Officer Green were at Bel Air park today for a lunch time demonstration to the Family and Community Resource Center of Weed's Summer Fun Day Camp participants.
Rabies Clinic tomorrow at COS. We will be selling dog license there $6 for altered and $12 for unaltered. Dog license expire July 31st and you have until August 31st to get dog license. After that date late fees will be charged.
We are selling dog license & reminding everyone to get a current license for your dog.
Female lab/pit cross picked up near E Lake St/Boles. If you are the owner or knows who the owner of please call the police department 530-938-5000
We have started selling dog license today.
Tomorrow is the clean up day for City of Weed Residents Only.
Weed City Limits Only Reminding you about the clean up day Saturday 9am to 2 pm If you have any questions regarding the clean up day give us a call. Address verification will be conducted.
We will start selling dog license on June 1, 2018.
The Weed Police Department K-9 Program will be selling hot dogs and doing a silent auction to raise money for the program. Some of the donated items are Oakland Athletics tickets, NFL mirror, Raiders neon sign, yeti cooler, and much more. The Rotary is providing a shuttle to this event. Please check out their page for detail. Remember do not drink and drive.
We would like to advise the community about the automated social security scam. The message states the individual’s Social Security account, Social Security number, frand/or benefits are suspended, and that they should call a non-Social Security phone number to resolve the issue. When the individual calls this number, an unknown person pressures them into providing money or gift cards to resolve a fabricated issue, such as a warrant for the individuals’ arrest. Social Security does not solicit your personal information over the phone or by email, or request advance fees for services in the form of wire transfers or gift cards. If anyone pressures you to provide personal information or money over the phone, just hang up. If you suspect fraud, report it to the OIG on their website or by calling the Fraud Hotline at 1-800-269-0271. https://blog.ssa.gov/scam-awareness/
Male mixed small breed. Picked up at the South Weed Shell. If you are or know who the owner is please contact the Weed Police Department 530-938-5000.