The Foley Police Department is responsible for public safety and shall perform all city law enforcement within the City to protect life, safeguard property and maintain peace and order in the City through enforcement of laws and ordinances.
All licensed peace officers are authorized to issue compliance letters, parking tickets, and administrative citations for violations of the City Code and shall perform law enforcement duties.
Contact the Department for general public safety issues, non-emergency information on police reports, City Code violations, firearm applications, and parking regulations.
(If phone not answered, please contact the Sheriff’s Department: 320-968-7201)
Dispatching services handled through the Benton County Sheriff’s Department or https://www.co.benton.mn.us/170/Sheriff.
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In an emergency, please dial 911.
Emergency Operations Plan
Tornadoes, floods, blizzards, and other natural disasters can affect the City of Foley. In addition, major disasters such as plane crashes, explosions, and accidental releases of hazardous materials, pipeline leaks, and enemy attacks pose a potential threat to public health and safety. An Emergency Plan is needed to ensure the protection of the public from the effects of these hazards.
The basic purpose of the Emergency Operations Plan is to assist key city officials and emergency organizations to carry out their responsibilities for the protection of life and property under a wised range of emergency conditions. A copy of most current plan is kept in the Foley Police Department and at Foley City Hall.