Eureka Police Department

  • Agency: Eureka Police Department
  • Address: 210 N Main St, Eureka, 61530 IL
  • Chief:
Phone: 309-467-2375
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Eureka Police Department is located at 210 N Main St, Eureka, 61530 IL. The Eureka Police Department phone number is 309-467-2375.

Eureka Police Department News

Thank you to everyone that came out this morning for our very first "Coffee with a Cop" event. We had a great turnout. A special thank you to Mikas Bistro for hosting our event today. It was great seeing all of the kids, meeting new faces, and answering all of your questions. We look forward to seeing you at our next event.

Eureka Police Department along with Mikas Bistro will be hosting our very first "Coffee with a Cop" on Saturday November 10th from 9-11am. Come join us for some coffee and chat with the officers.

***Owner located. Dog returned to owner*** Found this little guy on 10/31 in front of Davenport Grade School. If this is your dog or you know where he belongs, contact dispatch at (309)467-2375.

Trick or treating hours for Eureka will be on Wednesday 10/31 from 5-8pm.

The Eureka Police Department will once again be participating in No Shave November beginning Monday, October 29 until Monday, December 31st. All proceeds will be going to the Eureka Girl Scout Troops. If you wish to make a donation to our event, contact by email: epdnsn210@gmail.com to make arrangements. Let your beards grow and your leg hair flow and join us with helping our local girl scouts.

***OWNER HAS BEEN LOCATED*** Found 10/23/18 in the 100-blk N Darst. Younger male Rottweiler/Hound mix. Very friendly. Collar and no tags. If this is your dog or you know where this dog belongs, contact Dispatch at (309)467-2375.

HEY EUREKA...we need your help!!! Let's show our Eureka Hornets Football Team some community pride this Saturday at 2pm as they take on Chicago Urban Prep/Englewood at home. #SmallTownLove #HomeTownPride

For the remainder of October, Officers from the Eureka Police Department will be wearing pink badges to show our continued support of breast cancer awareness.

***UPDATE: OWNER HAS BEEN LOCATED*** Found this male near Bullock St @ Major St. Has a camo collar. Contact the on duty officer at (309)467-2375 if this is your dog or you know where he belongs.

On 10/3/18 local Farmers Insurance Agent Chris Neff, donated food for the annual Eureka Police Department and District 140 (faculity, staff & administration) active shooter response training at Eureka High School. We would like to thank Chris Neff and Farmers Insurance for their continued support of local law enforcement. Pictured: Officer Noyes with Chris Neff and his assistant

NOTICE: For the next few days, Eureka Lake will be closed. Barricades have been placed around the perimeter of the lake area. Please do not drive around the barricades!!!

It will be a busy weekend in Eureka this weekend, plan ahead for all the local events: Friday 9/21: Taste of Eureka --- 4:30-7:00pm Eureka Hornets football vs Ridgeview --- 7pm Saturday 9/22: City wide garage sale "rain out" date --- all day Maple Lawn Market (Maple Lawn) -- 8am - 11am Junk in the Trunk (IGA parking lot) --- 9am-2pm Hog & Pony Show (Mangold Ford) --- 11am - 2pm Kiwanis Box Car Derby (Eureka Lake) --- 1pm Come out and support our local businesses and events this weekend!!!

***Thank you for all of the shares. She has been transferred to the care of Woodford County Animal Control*** Found 9/3 around 9:45pm in the 100-blk Gloria Dr. Young female yellow lab with brown collar. If this is your dog or you know where this dog belongs, contact dispatch at (309)467-2375.

Our business lines are now operational again. We urge you to contact Woodford County Communications at (309)467-2375 for Police, as our officers are always on patrol of our City and not in the Eureka Police Department.

Our business line at the Police Department is experiencing some technical difficulties. If you need to contact Police, please call Woodford County Communications at (309)467-2375, or 911 if you have an emergency.

***The Southbound speed radar sign is back up and operational again. Thank you for your patience while it was being repaired*** Until further notice...the Southbound speed radar sign is out of service for repairs.

***owner has been located. Dog has been reunited*** Found 8/27 in Enchanted Gardens. Brown pitbull with white belly. If this is your dog, please contact dispatch at (309)467-2375.

***Owner has been located and reunited with his family*** Found on 8/22 in the 200-blk Highview. If this is your dog or you know whose dog this is, contact the on duty officer at (309)467-2375.

Water main break at E. Center St and N. Major St (behind the Woodford County Jail and across from Advocate Eureka Hospital). City crew is aware of this issue.

Just a friendly little reminder from the Officers of the Eureka Police Deartment as the start of the new school year approaches about back to school safety tips when traveling in the school zones: • SCHOOL ZONES - When approaching a marked school zone between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m., on days when school is in operation and children are present *within proximity of the roadway, a driver must reduce speed to 20 mph, discontinue wireless/cellphone use (unless using a hands-free device that may include the use of a single-sided headset *for drivers age 19 and older), and stop and yield the right of way to any children or adults in the crosswalk area. • Drivers should NOT BLOCK THE CROSSWALK when stopped at a red light or waiting to make a turn. • PASSING - Passing on a two-lane, two-way roadway is NOT allowed when a school bus has stopped to load or discharge passengers. Passing on a two-lane, two-way roadway is NOT allowed in any school zone located in an unincorporated area and in any posted school zone in an incorporated area. • CHILD PASSENGER PROTECTION ACT - Children under the age of 8 years must be secured in an appropriate child restraint system, more commonly called a child safety seat. Child safety seats include infant seats, convertible seats (rear-facing for infants and forward-facing for toddlers) and booster seats that are used with the vehicle lap and shoulder belt system. • Always STOP when directed to do so by a designated crossing guard or police officer. REMEMBER children are the least predictable pedestrians and the most difficult to see. Let's all have a safe and accident free (and tickets too) school year!!! - Eureka Police Department

Have questions about the draining of Eureka Lake? This is a great article to help you better understand why Eureka Lake must be drained. Illinois Department of Natural Resources fisheries biologist Rob Hilsabeck explains in detail the importance of this process so that we may all enjoy our beautiful lake for years and years to come.

Eureka Lake is proud to host the disc golf tournament happening this week August 9-12. This tournament brings a lot of people in to the City of Eureka, so let's show off our beautiful city.

SCAM ALERT: A person claiming to be from the US Department of Treasury has been sending messages via Facebook Messenger wanting them to send iTunes cards, once the person receives the iTunes cards, they will then ask for a larger amount of money in iTunes cards. This is a scam, we are aware of it. Just remember, if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is. Don't be a victim of a scam!!!