North Sioux City Police Department

  • Agency: North Sioux City Police Department
  • Address: 118 S Victor Ave, North Sioux City, 57049 SD
  • Chief: Jody Frye (Chief of Police)
Phone: 605-232-3302
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North Sioux City Police Department is located at 118 S Victor Ave, North Sioux City, 57049 SD. The Chief of Police of the department is Jody Frye. The North Sioux City Police Department phone number is 605-232-3302.

North Sioux City Police Department News

The North Sioux City Police Department had fun handing out candy at Kruse Chiropractic's Trunk or Treat event.

Here are a few Halloween safety tips. Have fun and stay safe!

The North Sioux City Police Department has seen an increase in the amount of thefts of vehicles and valuables lately. Here are a few things you can do to protect your belongings: -Do not leave your keys in your vehicle and lock the doors -Take valuables out of your vehicles or hide them from plain sight -Lock the doors and windows of your house, garage, and shed

An iPod was found Friday after the homecoming parade. If this is your iPod, contact the North Sioux City Police Department at 605-232-3302 to claim.

What a great day for a parade and an even better day for a Dakota Valley football game! Good luck DV!

UPDATE: Parker Mitchell has been located. Thank you for your assistance. MISSING PERSON: Parker Mitchell went missing Monday 9/10/18 from North Sioux City, SD. His vehicle is a white Buick Lesabre with South Dakota license plate W1P86. His last cell phone location was near Allen, Nebraska. If you have any information regarding his or his vehicle's whereabouts, please contact the North Sioux City Police Department at 605-232-4301.

North Sioux City Streetscape Master Plan Open House Notice The City of North Sioux City and Stockwell Engineers invite you to attend a public open house to provide input for the Exit 4, Exit 2, River Drive, and Military Road Streetscape Master Plan project. The open house will be held on Tuesday, September 18, 2018. The open house will be held from 7:00 p.m. thru 8:30 p.m. in the council chambers at City Hall located at 504 River Drive. A short presentation about the project will begin at 7:10 p.m. Staff from Stockwell Engineers will be facilitating the public open house with North Sioux City staff representatives available to answer questions, comments and concerns. Comment cards will be available for additional feedback concerning the project. If you are unable to attend the meeting and have questions regarding the project, you may contact David Locke with Stockwell Engineers at 338-6668 or via email at dlocke@stockwellengineers.com. Upon request, accommodations for this meeting will be provided for persons with disabilities. Please contact the North Sioux City staff at 504 River Drive, North Sioux City, SD (605) 232-4276 (voice) during regular business hours at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting.

North Sioux City Streetscape Master Plan Open House Notice The City of North Sioux City and Stockwell Engineers invite you to attend a public open house to provide input for the Exit 4, Exit 2, River Drive, and Military Road Streetscape Master Plan project. The open house will be held on Tuesday, September 18, 2018. The open house will be held from 7:00 p.m. thru 8:30 p.m. in the council chambers at City Hall located at 504 River Drive. A short presentation about the project will begin at 7:10 p.m. Staff from Stockwell Engineers will be facilitating the public open house with North Sioux City staff representatives available to answer questions, comments and concerns. Comment cards will be available for additional feedback concerning the project. If you are unable to attend the meeting and have questions regarding the project, you may contact David Locke with Stockwell Engineers at 338-6668 or via email at dlocke@stockwellengineers.com. Upon request, accommodations for this meeting will be provided for persons with disabilities. Please contact the North Sioux City staff at 504 River Drive, North Sioux City, SD (605) 232-4276 (voice) during regular business hours at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting.

Another successful National Night Out! Thank you to everyone who came out and a big thank you to everyone who donated to the Panther Pantry! Thank you to the North Sioux City Fire/Rescue/EMS, South Dakota Highway Patrol, Union County Sheriff's Office, and South Dakota Motor Carrier for helping us make it such a success!

We are getting all set up for National Night Out! It’s a perfect day for some water slides! Come on over to the Dakota Valley Elementary School tonight from 6-8pm for some food and fun! We are also collecting non-perishable foods and school supplies for the Panther Pantry. We hope to see you there!

National Night Out 2018 National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances. Millions of neighbors take part in National Night Out across thousands of communities from all fifty states, U.S. territories and military bases worldwide on the first Tuesday in August. Neighborhoods host block parties, festivals, parades, cookouts and various other community events with safety demonstrations, seminars, youth events, visits from emergency personnel, exhibits and much, much more. The North Sioux City Police Department and North Sioux City Fire Department will be hosting National Night Out August 7th from 6-8pm at the Dakota Valley Elementary School. This is a free event. There will be food, games, face painting, and more. We will also be collecting donations of non-perishable foods and school supplies for our local Panther Pantry. We look forward to seeing you all there!

With July 4th quickly approaching, the North Sioux City Police Department would like to remind everyone about the laws regarding fireworks use. Fireworks may be discharged between June 27th and July 8th, between the hours of 7:00am and 12:01am. Fireworks may not be discharged on any city streets or any city property. All fireworks violations are punishable by a fine of up to $500. Please be courteous to your neighbors, clean up after yourself, and most importantly, have fun! http://northsiouxcity-sd.gov/wp-content/uploads/nsc-downloads/2017/11/5.16-updated-2-14.pdf

To Residents of North Sioux City: This post is to inform you of the possibility of flooding in the area from the Big Sioux River. Due to the inundation of water to the North of North Sioux City there is a possibility of flooding on the Big Sioux River that should affect the rural areas. At this time the National Weather Service is predicting the Big Sioux River will crest on Monday, June 25th at approximately 9:00PM. The peak of the river is currently predicted to be at 34.9 feet, below to peak level of the 2014 flood event of 37.7 feet. We believe, at this time, the water to be much lower than previously indicated. The City of North Sioux City has been in communication with Union County Emergency Management, South Dakota Emergency Management, South Dakota flood modeling officials, and other local agencies to ensure we are prepared for the possibility of flooding. The City expects to close the flood gates at some point during the next 36 hours. This will cause us to have to pump any rain water out and over the levee. Those residents who live East of the interstate should understand they should turn on their sump pumps and ensure sump pump hoses are cleared. In the event of a heavy rainfall there may be water standing on the streets for short periods of time if the pumps are not able to keep up. We will make every effort to make sure the water clears quickly. There will be 6 pumps running to clear water in the event of a rainfall. DO NOT walk on, bike on, or use motorized vehicles on the levee at this time. Waters could rise quickly and they will be dangerous. For information on the water levels please visit the National Weather Service website:

This weekend we remember those who served and paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. Have a safe Memorial Weekend!

Richard Headid, Chief of the North Sioux City Police Department, announces the promotion of Officer Samantha Close. Effective May 12, 2018, Officer Close will be promoted to the rank of Sergeant. Samantha Close has 5 years of law enforcement experience and has been with the North Sioux City Police Department 3.5 years. Congratulations Sergeant Samantha Close!

The North Sioux City Police Department would like to welcome Captain Neil Conley to the team! Captain Conley attended the University of South Dakota where he earned his Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice. He began his career with the North Sioux City Police department in Sept of 2007. In April of 2010 Captain Conley went to work for the Sioux Falls Police Department, where he worked as a Field Training Officer, and also worked with the Street Crimes Unit and Sioux Falls Area Drug Task Force. Captain Conley has a 7 year old daughter and enjoys riding 4-wheelers with her as well as spending time outside. Welcome to the North Sioux City Police Department, Captain Neil Conley!

Friday was the celebratory pizza party for the "I Can" program for the Dakota Valley 5th grade students. They enjoyed pizza from Jerry's Pizza as a reward for all their hard work! A special thanks to Jerry's Pizza for helping make the pizza party a success!

SNOW EMERGENCY: A snow emergency has been issued for the City of North Sioux City, SD in preparation for the up coming storm and is in affect as of 04/13/2018 starting immediately. This Emergency will stay in affect through the duration of the storm. Please have vehicles removed from city streets before the start of the snowfall. Snow emergency in effect – no parking on streets Spring Cleanup postponed until next weekend Library will be closed tomorrow. See North Sioux City Ordinance 12.08.090

Just a reminder that there will be an informational meeting tonight regarding the Splash Pad project at 5:30 pm at City Hall.

On March 7th The City will be hosting an informational meeting about the Splash Pad project at 5:30pm at City Hall. Please plan to attend if you would like to learn more about the project. Ted Cherry North Sioux City City Administrator 605-232-4276 ted.cherry@northsiouxcity-sd.gov

SNOW EMERGENCY: A snow emergency has been declared for the City of North Sioux City, SD in preparation for the up coming storm and is in effect as of 02/24/2018 starting at 12:00 am. This Emergency will be in effect through the duration of the storm. Please have vehicles removed from city streets at the start of the snowfall. See North Sioux City Ordinance 12.08.090

City plows continue to be on the streets and will be through the night. We appreciate your cooperation and patience as we try to clear the roads. Please remove cars from the streets if you are able. Thank you and stay safe.

The city council meeting scheduled for tonight has been cancelled.

City Hall in North Sioux City, SD will be closed Monday January 22nd, 2018 due to the weather conditions.