BUSINESS OFFICE ONLY - The Sunriver Police Department's business office is open. We would like to limit our in person contacts, so please call the office to see if we can assist you by telephone first. If you do pay us a visit, we ask that you maintain a distance of 6 feet from others. There is hand sanitizer available at the front entrance. Face coverings are required. We will only allow one visitor in our lobby at a time (more than one if from the same household). All others must wait outside until the lobby is clear. There is office staff on duty Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For all regular business needs call our office first at (541) 593-1014.
Sunriver Police Department
Opens Their Business Office During Phase 2
During Phase 2, we will continue to suspend our programs that require close contact, such as our Ride-A-Long Program and Fingerprinting for our Sunriver Residents. Special Event Parking Permits will be considered for outdoor gatherings of under 25. If you have any questions regarding a service we provide, please call our business office during regular business hours (above).
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We are pleased to welcome you to the Sunriver Police Department website, and we hope you take the opportunity to learn more about our department and our community. This web page is part of an ongoing effort to bring more effective and efficient police services to the community of Sunriver.
The MISSION of the Sunriver Police Department is to PROTECT and SERVE.
Sunriver Police Department continues to follow guidance from state and local government, but remains focused on education and voluntary compliance.
PO Box 4788
57455 Abbot Drive Sunriver OR 97707
Business Phone (Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm, except holidays): 541-593-1014
Non-Emergency Dispatch: 541-693-6911
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POLICE OFFICER RESPONSE - Sunriver Police Department will continue to have officers on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If a call requires in-person contact, we will respond as usual. Please do not be alarmed or offended if an officer is wearing personal protective equipment (such as gloves and a mask) during your contact. Again, it is for your safety and their's.
If you need to report an incident or crime, please call Deschutes County Dispatch at (541) 693-6911. If you have an emergency always call 9-1-1.
We are currently hiring for the position of Police Officer.
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