​57455 Abbot Drive
PO Box 4788
Sunriver, OR 97707

There is no roadside parking in Sunriver without a Special Event Parking Permit. If you are having an event at your house or one you're staying at, and need special permission for extra roadside parking, don’t hesitate to call our office and request a permit.  It’s free!  If your request is approved, signs will be placed roadside so other residents will know you have been approved.  Sorry, no overnight requests will be honored.

Are you interested in a career in Law Enforcement or just curious about a day in the life of a Sunriver Police Officer?  Apply to ride-along with officers as they respond to calls and more! 

We are currently accepting applications for police officers.  If you can imagine yourself protecting and serving this community, please apply!  Sunriver Police Department is a great Agency to establish a career in law enforcement, finish-out a career in law enforcement, and everything in between.   If you can imagine yourself working at Sunriver Police department, we can too!

The Sunriver Police Department is committed to providing superior service for our citizens and visitors.  If you meet our qualifications and are a professional, innovative, approachable and accountable individual, we encourage you to apply during our recruiting process. 

Our Police Officer recruitment is facilitated by National Testing Network.  Please go to their website at www.nationaltestingnetwork.com, review our job announcement, and follow the instructions for the application process.  If you are a qualifying veteran, please fill out the veteran's Preference Form.  Remember to include your cover letter and resume with your application.  

 Please submit completed forms to the Sunriver Police Department in person, by mail, via fax at (541) 593-1870 or by email at police@sunriverpd.org.


Do you qualify for Veteran's Preference Points?  If you do, remember to include your Veteran's Preference Form with your application for any position at Sunriver Police Department, including Seasonal Bike Patrol.

Bike Sunriver and get paid?  What a deal!  Each summer we hire Seasonal Bike Patrol Officers to patrol the pathways of Sunriver, acting as the eyes and ears for the police department, as well as assisting homeowners and visitors with their needs.  These are non-sworn / non-carry positions.  You may apply all throughout the year, but the interview process generally begins in mid March.  Bike patrol positions run from Mid-May until early September each year.    

By registering your bicycle with us, you significantly increase the probability of your bicycle being returned to you. SRPD offers free bike registration to Sunriver homeowners. It’s as easy as filling out a form and receiving a durable asset tag to place on your bike. Most bikes that go missing in Sunriver have been abandoned or misplaced, not stolen. Therefore, the asset tag is not removed and can be traced back to the owner. Registering your bike provides us with a detailed description of the bike and provides us with your contact information. 

One of the many community policing “extras” that we provide is to check on your house while you are away. For a limited duration of 60 days or less, Sunriver officers and Citizen Patrol members will provide a perimeter check of your house. If damage or suspicious activity is detected at your home we will do what we can to minimize the issue and notify you or a designee immediately. Many who have used this program in the past have valued thesense of security and peace of mind the service provides.  For safety reasons, we cannot provide house checks if you rent or have people staying at your house while you are away.  ​​

Did you file a police report?  Do you need a copy of your report?  Police records can be requested by filling out the Public Records Request Form and submitting it to Sunriver Police Department, PO Box 4788, Sunriver OR, 97707 or emailing it to police@sunriverpd.org.  Not all records are subject to disclosure and requests are processed in the order that they are received.  ​There is a fee for public record requests, which will be based upon the type of record that is being requested.