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Council work sessions are generally held at 7:00 pm, the third Monday of the month at: James R. Williams Pump Station 1999 Jefferson St. Lancaster, TX 75134
To find your councilmember, view the City Council Interactive Map.
The City of Lancaster Fire Department and the American Red Cross have teamed up to provide FREE smoke detectors to Lancaster residents who are in need (supplies are limited). Lancaster residents must call the Fire Department to request detectors and schedule a day for the Fire Department to come out and install them for you. Free smoke detectors are always available to those with disabilities. Please call (972) 218-2600 to request your smoke detectors or if you have any questions.
Parks are open from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm daily, except Bear Creek which is open dawn till dusk.
Yes. Accident reports are $6. Offense reports, incident reports, call sheets, and crime statistics are 10 cents per page.
Police reports can be picked up in the Records Division of the Lancaster Police Department at:
100 Craig Shaw Memorial Parkway
Lancaster, TX 75134
You can also purchase accident reports online at the Police Reports website.
For more information, call (972) 218-2700.
Citizens may file a complaint in person against a departmental employee. An on-duty supervisor is required to speak with any citizen regarding an employee. No employee has the authority to talk any citizen out of making a complaint against an employee.
Citizens may also commend an employee:
Curfew hours for minors are as follows:
Sunday - Thursday (11:00 pm - 6:00 am)Saturday - Sunday (12:01 am - 6:00 am)Monday - Friday (9:00 am - 2:30 pm - while school is in session)
For your convenience, you may call 972-275-1790 to have a Claim Form faxed or emailed to you.