Williston Police Department

  • Agency: Williston Police Department
  • Address: 5 SW First Avenue, Williston, 32696 FL
  • Chief: Dan Davis (Chief of Police)
Phone: (352) 528-4991
Fax: (352) 528-0955

Williston Police Department is located at 5 SW First Avenue, Williston, 32696 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Dan Davis. The Williston Police Department phone number is (352) 528-4991.

Williston Police Department News

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4PM HURRICANE MICHAEL UPDATE-PLEASE SHARE EVACUATION ORDER IN EFFECT FOR COASTAL LEVY COUNTY PUBLIC INFORMATION LINES OPEN-352-486-5155

4PM HURRICANE MICHAEL UPDATE-PLEASE SHARE EVACUATION ORDER IN EFFECT FOR COASTAL LEVY COUNTY PUBLIC INFORMATION LINES OPEN-352-486-5155

1pm Hurricane Michael Update: Please Share-Evacuation Order in effect for Coastal Levy County

UPDATED STORM LOCATION AS OF 11AM

From Levy County Emergency Management: Here is a list of the Sandbag locations. Please note that we are focusing on coastal areas primarily.

From Levy County Emergency Management Just an update on the Cedar Key SR24 road closure As per Cedar Key's request, SR 24 at the Number 4 bridge will now be closed to outside traffic starting at 8pm instead of 5pm

Information for our Inland areas of Levy County:

Storm refresher on what to do when traffic signals lose power

REMINDER: EVACUATION ORDER FOR COASTAL LEVY COUNTY

Levy County Emergency Management 6 am Hurricane Michael Update. It is long, please read it all and share:

October 8, 2018 From: Levy County Emergency Management EVACUATION FOR COASTAL AREAS OF LEVY COUNTY An EVACUATION has been ordered for Levy County residents and visitors in the coastal areas of Levy County. This includes, but is not limited to Cedar Key, Yankeetown, Fowlers Bluff, Fanning Springs, and any other area that is prone to storm surge. Please start your preparations for evacuations as soon as you can and be completed by 8pm on Tuesday. Residents and visitors of Cedar Key need to be off the island before the storm surge arrives. The bridges throughout the island cannot withstand the storm surge and will become impassable. Once the storm surge comes in, help may not be able to reach you. The Special Needs shelter will be open tomorrow, October 9th at 2pm at the Bronson Elementary School located at 400 Ishie Ave, Bronson, FL 32621 A shelter of last resort will be available Tuesday October 9th at 2pm at the Bronson Elementary School located at 400 Ishie Ave, Bronson, FL 32621 Residents and visitors seeking shelter at the general population shelters will need to bring pillows, blankets, and bedding. Cots will not be available. NO Shelters in Levy County are pet friendly. Residents with dogs or cats that need to be sheltered have to bring a crate, food for the pet and a current rabies certification to the Levy County Animal Services building at 12055 NE 69th Ln, Bronson, FL 32621. If you do not provide proof of rabies vaccination, the county veterinarian will administer the vaccination for $10. Only cash will be accepted. All dogs and cats will be sheltered at the Levy County Animal Services facility in Bronson. We highly encourage residents and visitors to plan for alternative arrangements for their pets if possible. Residents and visitors are encouraged to complete preparations and evacuations before 8pm on Tuesday October 9th. This evacuation order is intended for residents and visitors along the coastal areas of Levy County that are prone to storm surge. If you live in a coastal area, it is suggested that you move somewhere inland or out of the area before the onset of the storm surge issues. Residents and visitors who do not have transportation and need to evacuate to a shelter should call 352- 486-3485 starting Tuesday at 8am. For all other questions, please call 352-486-5155 or 352-486-5576. Shelter Locations: Bronson Elementary School 400 Ishie Avenue Bronson, Fl 32621 If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 352-486-5155. Do not rely on rumors. If you are unsure, please contact us.

From Levy County Emergency Management October 8, 2018 Afternoon Hurricane Michael Update Levy County residents and visitors along the coast are urged to finish their preparations for Hurricane Michael. Hurricane Michael is expected to make landfall as a possible Category 3 Hurricane in the panhandle of Florida. Even though the storm is not expected to hit us directly, dangerous storm surge flooding along the Coast of Levy County is expected. Residents and visitors must make preparations now in order to make sure they are safe. Public Information: Public Information lines are open at 352-486-5155 for people to call if they have any questions or concerns. Residents and visitors are strongly urged to pay attention to their local media sources and follow us on our social media at www.facebook.com/lcdem and visit our website at www.levydisaster.com Storm Surge: Dangerous storm surge as high as 14 feet MSL is possible in Cedar Key and along the Levy County coastline. Residents and visitors along the coast must take all necessary protective actions now to ensure their safety. An evacuation order will be in effect beginning Tuesday for all of coastal Levy County including and not limited to Cedar Key, Yankeetown, Fowlers Bluff, and Fanning Springs. Watches and Warnings: Levy County is currently under a Tropical Storm Watch and a Storm Surge Watch. Severe Weather: The possibility of severe weather is always present during these storms. The most severe weather will be concentrated along the coastal areas, but strong thunderstorms and heavy rain is possible as the weather bands come through our area. Evacuations and Sheltering: Beginning Tuesday, an evacuation order is issued for all coastal areas of Levy County. For those seeking shelter, a shelter of last resort will be open on Tuesday at 2pm at the Bronson Elementary School located at 400 Ishie Ave, Bronson, FL 32621. Residents that need evacuation to a shelter and do not have transportation may call 352-486-3485 for transportation assistance. Protective Measures: It is absolutely vital that residents and visitors prepare for major storm surge flooding along the coast. The bridges in Cedar Key will become impassable with the storm surge and those areas will be cut off from assistance. School and Government Closures: Schools will be open regular hours on Tuesday. Schools will be closed on Wednesday and Thursday. Local government will be closed on Wednesday, with the exception of public safety departments and the Levy County Landfill. Boat Ramps: Coastal boat ramps in Levy County will be closed on Wednesday Please reach out to Levy County Emergency Management if you have any questions or concerns... 7911 NE 90th Street BRONSON, FLORIDA 32621 Phone: 352-486-5213 Fax: 352-486-3366 Email: questions@levydisaster.com Levy County Emergency Management

Press Release Man Charged in Making Threats to Kill People

We are taking application for Full Time Police and Fire Public Safety Telecommunications Officers. Applications can be obtained on www.willistonpolice.org or at the Williston Police Department 5 Southwest 1st Avenue Williston, Florida 32696.

We are taking application for part-time Police and Fire Public Safety Telecommunications Officers. Applications can be obtained on www.willistonpolice.org or at the Williston Police Department 5 Southwest 1st Avenue Williston, Florida 32696.

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