Mayville Police Department

  • Agency: Mayville Police Department
  • Address: 5950 Fox St, Mayville, 48744 MI
  • Chief: James Freeman (Chief of Police)
Phone: 989-843-5301
Fax: 989.843.0061

Mayville Police Department is located at 5950 Fox St, Mayville, 48744 MI. The Chief of Police of the department is James Freeman. The Mayville Police Department phone number is 989-843-5301.

Mayville Police Department News

We've given out 3 ice cream sandwich coupons in the past 2 days. Remember, if we see you wearing your bicycle helmet while riding your get a coupon for 1 free ice cream sandwich from Mr. Chips in Mayville.

From May 2, 2018 (volume up)

The Fraternal Order of Police Greater Thumb Area Lodge #148 and Tuscola County Chaplain Corps invites you to attend the Law Enforcement Memorial Service for Huron, Sanilac and Tuscola Counties. Join us as we pay tribute to the Law Enforcement Officers who have given their lives in the line of duty. Place: Indianfields Township Cemetery on M24 in Caro Time: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 at 6:00 pm

After a request was made, Chief Coln teamed up with Mayville Dollar General Manager Matt Marrs to provide Mayville Schools with hygiene products like the deodorant pictured below.

Today, at approximately 11:45am, a vehicle that was traveling north on M24, struck a vehicle in front of St. Joseph's Church in Mayville. The suspect vehicle then continued north on M24. If anyone has any information on the whereabouts of the vehicle or the driver, please call 911. VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: Blue Ford F150 pickup truck with front-end damage. DRIVER DESCRIPTION: White male, middle to late 50's, long gray hair, gray beard.

NATIONAL HIGH FIVE DAY Out of all the triumphant sports gestures, such as the fist bump, end zone dance and chest bump, the high five stands in a class all its own. Celebrate by high fiving everyone that you see.

Tired of being worried all of the time? Scared that if your riding with your friend and he/she gets pulled over that you'll get checked for warrants? We can help! Stop in to our office and we'll get you the help that you need.

Please lock your vehicles.

Village of Mayville Residents - There is a major watermain break at Fulton and Lynch. Please stay clear of this area. Some residents may not have water. Village officials are working to fix this problem. For more information please visit the Village website at

Don't forget to set your clocks ahead one hour. At will be 3am.

Both Mayville and Kingston Community Schools will be closed tomorrow, Friday March 9th.

Both Mayville and Kingston Community Schools will be closed tomorrow, Thursday March 8th, due to weather.

Mayville student Jordan Birmingham, along with students from SADD, Student Council and Yearbook,put together a stuffed animal drive and collected all of these. The donated stuffed animals came entirely from the student body. Jordan then donated them to the Mayville Police Department, the Mayville Fire Department and Mayville Area Ambulance. We hand these out to kids who are going through a rough time and need a friend. Thank you Jordan and all of the students who help us to help others.

Both Mayville and Kingston Community Schools will be closed tomorrow Monday, February 12.

Because of safety concerns due to deteriorating road conditions, Mayville Community Schools will release early today. 1:10pm for High School/Middle School and 1:20pm for Elementary School.

National Boy Scout Day Boy Scout Day celebrates the birth of scouting in America. Papers were filed on February 8, 1910, in the District of Columbia, to create the Boy Scouts of America. Cub Scout and Boy Scout programs teach valuable life skills and values. The Boy Scout motto is "Be Prepared" The Boy Scout slogan is "Do a good turn daily" Famous Boy Scouts include Steven Spielberg (Eagle Scout), Michael Jordan (Cub Scout), Neil Armstrong (Eagle Scout), Martin Luther King, Jr. (Boy Scout), George Strait (Cub Scout) and John F. Kennedy (Boy Scout),

Both Mayville and Kingston Community Schools will be closed tomorrow, Monday February 5th due to weather.

We are proud to partner with the Rite Aid Foundation and KidCents to help address drug abuse and accidental poisonings. To that end, they have donated a drug disposal unit to us which we installed at the Kingston office today. Like the unit at the Mayville office, it will be available for people to drop off their unused and/or expired medications. Remember, no syringes, liquids, inhalers, aerosol cans, etc. Special thanks to American Security Cabinets for helping us with the logistics and to Kingston Department of Public Works Supervisor Jeremy Rayl for installing the unit. Drop off hours are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 7am to 3pm. The box is located in the garage at the Kingston Office, located at 3655 Ross Street, in Kingston.

Senior Dining Centers provide meals at 3 different locations in Tuscola County, one of which is in Mayville. Individuals age 60+ receive well balanced and nutritious meals in a group setting. Senior Dining Centers provide socialization and promotion of good health.

The Wild Pigs Motorcycle Club, which is an organization of current and retired law enforcement officers, donated this AED to us. This unit is state of the art and cost over $1500.00. This unique model is the only one on the market with an optional infant/child key, which we can use with adult pads for pediatric patients. We put this AED in service today in the Kingston patrol vehicle. Our Mayville unit carries an AED as well. Thank you Wild Pigs!

Two Michigan State Police troopers were shot and wounded Wednesday, Jan. 24, in Branch County. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Troopers, their families and their agency.

Both Mayville and Kingston Community Schools will be closed today, Monday, January 22nd, 2018.

Both Mayville and Kingston Community Schools will be closed today, Friday, January 12th, 2018.

Both Mayville and Kingston Community Schools will be closed tomorrow (Friday, January 5th) due to severe wind chills forecasted.