Mount Dora Police Department

  • Agency: Mount Dora Police Department
  • Address: 1300 N Donnelly St, Mount Dora, 32757 FL
  • Chief: T Randall Scoggins (Chief of Police)
Phone: (352) 735-7130 
Fax: (352) 383-4623

Mount Dora Police Department is located at 1300 N Donnelly St, Mount Dora, 32757 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is T Randall Scoggins. The Mount Dora Police Department phone number is (352) 735-7130 .

Mount Dora Police Department News

When you're too short but you gotta get things done...

The Mount Dora Public Safety Department kicked off the annual Toys for Tots collection in the city. Collection boxes are set up at the Mount Dora Fire Department and Mount Dora Police Department, both located at 1300 North Donnelly Street, and Mount Dora City Hall at 510 North Baker Street. Anyone who wishes to donate can bring a new, unwrapped toy(s) to any of the locations listed above. The holidays can be the hardest time of year for families who are struggling just to put food on the table. Mount Dora Public Safety is committed to making sure families are helped during this holiday season and with the public’s help, the collection of toys will bring joy to local children.

It was lots of fun talking to the kids at Triangle Elementary for Career day!

Swearing in of Officer Jack Andreano. We're proud to have you at Mount Dora Police!

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of retired Police K-9 Stryker. Memorial Information to follow.

Thank you to Mount Dora Anytime Fitness for thinking of us and for the yummy treats!

"This Halloween we want to make sure our kids are safe as they take to the streets and sidewalks to go trick or treating. Parents should carry flashlights and make sure their kids are visible to drivers. We urge drivers to slow down, follow the speed limit and keep your eyes open for kids going door-to-door. If you have pets, make sure they are secure in the home so they do not accidentally run out of the house or scare the kids coming to the door. We at Mount Dora Public Safety want to wish you and your family a very safe and happy Halloween." Chief John O'Grady

Lake County Clerk warns of fraudulent calls seeking personal information TAVARES, FL — The Lake County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller was recently made aware of fraudulent calls claiming to be on behalf of the office. The callers are identifying themselves as an employee of the Clerk’s Office, and stating that collection of personal information is needed due to a problem with an electronic filing. “From what we can tell, the number on the caller identification appears as though it is coming from the Clerk’s Office,” said Gary Cooney, Lake County Clerk & Comptroller. “Please be aware that no one from the Clerk’s Office would call to ask for personal information.” If such a call is received, it is advised that you do not provide any personal information, and end the call immediately. If you have questions related to an electronic filing, or regarding any services provided by the Clerk’s Office, call 352-742-4100, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Our Officers are stationed around town for Craft Fair! Stop by and say hello! Please drive carefully and have patience while looking for parking.

We love our Animal Control officer! Featured for Florida City Government Week!

Thank you to Target for hosting this year National Night Out, to all our sponsors, Law Enforcement Agencies, and guest for a great 2018. We hope to see you all again Oct. 1, 2019.

Mount Dora Police Department in pink. Supporting the Fighters, Admiring the Survivors, Honoring the Taken and Never, ever giving up HOPE. Breast Cancer Awareness Month 👮🏻‍♀️💖Team Paula💖👮🏻‍♀️

Today's new "Caninedate" is Morti. Morti is a seven-year-old labradoodle. He is a therapy dog who loves to go visit children, At Camp Boggy Creek. His favorite thing to do is eat and he loves to play!!! If you like to vote for Morti click the link below. To learn more about the Heroes Foundation programs and involvement in the community, visit

Celebrating Florida City Government Week!

Words can’t explain the emotions or how a heart gets overwhelmed with so much love... Thank you to the Mount Dora Citizens Police Academy volunteers: Renee Milota, Beth Forbes, David & Laura Hales, Marsha Bloom, Cathy & Bill Thiener, David Heiss, Amy Dalton, Alexander Riggs, James Hix, Scott Dionne & Judy Dionne, Sgt. Helfant, Sgt. Wade and dispatcher, Jessica Revels, we couldn’t have done this without your help or the support from our community. Thank you to Lowe’s of Mount Dora for the donation of boxes and pallets. Edna Gonzalez from Las Palmas Cuban Restaurant for their supply donation. Thank you to our little friends from the SBR - Sorrento Babe Ruth league for their donation. Mount Dora Rocks!👮🏻‍♀️💙💙💙

We cannot say Thank you enough. Harris Oil & A/C for the donation of boxes, tape and stretch wrap rolls. Jaret from Exit Realty Tricity for the awesome donation of many, many cans of baby formula (so needed item), to McDonald’s (Stoneybrook) for the water and juice boxes donation. To Wendy & Desiree that came all the way from New Smyrna Beach to drop off supplies and to our residents and City Officials for their constant support.

Come drop off your Panhandle donations. Today we are collecting donations for the Panhandle at the public parking lot across from the First United Methodist Church (439 5th Avenue).

We are still taking items! If you want to drop them off after 5 p.m., just leave them in the Lobby of the Police Department! Saturday, we'll be at the Public Parking Lot on 5th across from the First United Methodist Church!

This is how we are doing... Loving the support from our residents, business owners and city officials. 💙💙💙 We are open until 5pm today and tomorrow will be out on 5th Avenue across the street from the First United Methodist Church, from 9am - 3pm. Collecting the following items: *Powder Formula *Baby diapers - all sizes *Wipes *Packaged Water *Tooth Brushes *Toothpaste *Deodorants *Bagged Dog and Cat Food

Great turnout so far and we’ve only just begun!

Supply drive happening now!! Stop by PD on Donnelly to help the victims of Hurricane Michael.

Today's new "Caninedate" is Sunny. Four-year-old, Sunny spreads love and joy by visiting schools, libraries, and care facilities as a registered therapy dog. Sunn loves long walks and fetching. To learn more about the Heroes Foundation programs and involvement in the community, visit If you like to vote for Sunny click the link below.

PANHANDLE HURRICANE RELIEF SUPPLY DRIVE Mount Dora Police Department Panhandle Hurricane Relief Efforts MOUNT DORA, Fla. (October 16, 2019) – The Mount Dora Police Department is hosting a solidarity relief drive to help the victims of Hurricane Michael. Mount Dora Police are hosting a Panhandle Hurricane Relief Drive in support and solidarity to first responders in the Panhandle on Friday and Saturday. After seeing the devastation of Hurricane Michael, help is not only wanted, but also needed for residents who have lost everything. The police department is collecting ONLY the following items:  Packaged Water – pre-packaged from stores  Toiletries – Only deodorants, toothbrushes, toothpaste and wipes  Baby Items – Wipes, Baby Formula, Baby Food, boys and girls pull-ups and diapers (all sizes)  Bagged Pet Food We will not be accepting clothing or non-perishable food items. Cash or Checks will also be accepted to help relief efforts. Checks can be made out to the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 147. The supply drive will last for two days at the following locations: When: Friday (only), October 19, 2018 Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Where: Mount Dora Police Department, 1300 North Donnelly Street When: Saturday (only) October 20, 2018 Time: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Where: Public Parking Lot across from the First United Methodist Church, 439 5th Avenue. For more information, contact Officer Ivy Severance at 352-434-2135 or