Waseca Police Department

  • Agency: Waseca Police Department
  • Address: 303 S State St, Waseca, 56093 MN
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)

Waseca Police Department is located at 303 S State St, Waseca, 56093 MN. The Waseca Police Department phone number is 507-835-9720.

Waseca Police Department News

**Tuesday, 11/06/2018 at 12:00 PM: Madison Hjermstad has been located, and is safe. Thanks to all who helped look for her**

**Update, 11/06/2018: Madison has been located, and is safe. Thanks to all who helped look for her** ———————————— The Waseca Police Department is seeking public assistance in locating a missing/runaway juvenile. Madison Hjermstad, 16, did not return home from school on Friday afternoon, November 2nd. She was last seen leaving a home in Mankato in the early morning hours of Saturday, November 3rd. If you have information about Madison’s location, please call us through the dispatch center at 507-835-0500 and ask to speak to an on-duty Officer. Please do not message this page or comment with information about her whereabouts. Case #2018-7840

What a great turn out so far! What a beautiful night for Waseca Treats on the Streets!

Good Thursday afternoon, the Waseca Police Department has been made aware that individuals are calling them by faking our phone number and saying there is an arrest warrant for them and demanding cash/payment. Please know that the Waseca Police Department will not call and ask for cash/payment to avoid warrants. Please share with friends, relatives, neighbors, etc. Thank you!! Don't forget about Treats on the Street tonight 5-7 pm, we will scare you then!! 👻💀🧛‍♀️🧚‍♀️🧞‍♀️

A friendly reminder from our friendly firefighters: § 91.02 OPEN BURNING OF LEAVES. (A) Subject to applicable Minnesota Statutes and regulations the open burning of dried leaves only between October 15 and November 15 is hereby permitted subject to the stated limits and conditions of the city code. (B) (1) The burning should be limited to areas of the city zoned and used for residential purposes only. (2) Burning shall be permitted only between the hours of 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. (3) All burning shall be conducted a minimum of 25 feet from all buildings, structures, flammable materials and tall grasses and weeds. (4) No person shall kindle a fire on land of another without first obtaining permission of the owner or his or her agent. (5) No burning is permitted in any public streets. Any burning that takes place on the in-drive of a property owned or occupied by the burner must be cleaned following the burning. (6) All fires shall be attended at all times by a person of suitable age and discretion. (7) No burning shall take place during an air pollution alert, warning or emergency declared by the Pollution Control Agency or during a fire alert or warning declared by the city and the Fire Chief may prohibit burning of leaves when atmospheric or local conditions make the burning hazardous. (8) The burning of other refuse is prohibited. (`86 Code, § 8.31) (Am. Ord. 744, passed 4-4-00)

Happy Fall, Waseca! Just a reminder, Waseca Treats on the Streets is this Thursday 10/25 from 5-7. Most of the parking lot at the Public Safety Center (303 South State Street) will remain open for parking. We'll see you here!

A polite reminder, per city council directive, that Maplewood Park is closed for general use during October. Sinister Forest opens 10/19. Those who would like to use the park for photo sessions or other purposes can arrange use through Mike Anderson at the City of Waseca- 835-9741. Thank you!

Update: Owner located! Thanks all! This dog was just found in the 1200 block of 6th Street Circle SE. No tags. If you can claim or know the owners please call us at 835-9720 ASAP. Thank you.

A quick reminder of the Wireless Emergency Alert scheduled for this afternoon!

This is a test and only a test (one you don't have to study for). Have a great Wednesday!!

Update: Owner located! Thanks all! This good boy was turned in to our office just now. If you can claim or know the owner, please contact us ASAP at 835-9720.

We've got spirit, yes we do! We've got spirit, how 'bout you?!!! Don't forget the Homecoming parade, today at 2:00 PM starting at the fairgrounds. Please drive carefully! Go Bluejays!

Waseca Marching Classic tomorrow at 12:30, downtown. Please pay attention to signs and detours in place! Drive Carefully!

City staff will conduct a City wide storm brush pickup on Tuesday, September 25th, and Wednesday September 26th. The following rules apply in order to have brush pick up: · Brush must be piled on the curb - crews will not enter on private property to pick up the brush. · No material other than brush shall be placed in the brush pile. · Animal waste, garbage, demolition material, lumber, etc. will not be accepted. Any inclusion of any excluded materials will result in the whole pile being left. Crews will not sort piles. · A limit of one dump truck load per address will be in effect. Any more than one dump truck load will be left on the curb. · No tree branches over 8” in diameter or material over 8’ in length will be taken. · All limbs and branches must be placed parallel to the curb. The City of Waseca will not be responsible for turf damage caused by this service. Because this is a costly service in terms of manpower and equipment, it will be a one-time only service. As a result, if the material is not on the curb by 7:00 am, September 25th, we cannot guarantee that it will be picked up. The crews will make only one pass on each street to pick up the material. There are many other jobs that the crews will be involved with and as result, we will not be able to return to make special pick-ups. This is an opportunity for residents to clean up their trees and bushes and have the material hauled away for them. Let’s all take advantage of this opportunity to clean up our yards and our community!

More info regarding storm recovery:

Good morning Waseca- major debris has been removed from city streets. Please continue to use caution in your travels.

Most streets in the city are clear of excess water. Public works and utilities are still working to remove roadway debris and restore power. Please be patient and give them room to work.

Waseca County Emergency Management is beginning to take in damage reports. Please follow below to report your damage.

PLEASE STAY HOME. Power lines and trees down in the city, roads flooded, emergency services extremely busy. Check on your immediate neighbors. Don’t congest the roads any further.

From the City of Waseca: Due to the potential for heavy rain, The City of Waseca has made sand & bags available behind the electric sub-station on the south side of the 200 Block of 5th Ave SW. The sand and bags are provided on a self-serve basis.

We’re still looking for applicants! Close date is 9/30!

We had a great time at the annual transportation fair last night! Thanks for inviting us, it was great to see so many smiling faces!

It's that time of year again. Promoting Peace conference is quickly approaching. Conference is free and very informative and open to the public with registration. View schedule and register online for Waseca: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/promoting-peace-waseca-2018-tickets-38110861613?aff=ehomecard View schedule and register online for Owatonna: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/promoting-peace-owatonna-2018-tickets-8111186585?aff=ebdssbdestsearch