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Public Services

For your convenience, the Police Department offers a variety of services to the public. For more information and hours or scheduling for these services, please follow the links below and on the left navigation pane. 

Animal Control
he Police Department staff includes Community Service Officers responsible for control of domestic animals and pets. A city ordinance forbids allowing dogs, cats or other domestic animals to run at large beyond the land limits of the owner. This means that pets must be leashed and under your control when off of your property. Also, owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pet.

Blood Pressure Checks
Blood pressure checks are offered free of charge to those who live or work in the City of Woodbury. The individual must come to the Woodbury Public Safety Building, 2100 Radio Drive, during regular business hours, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, with the exception of holidays.

Child Passenger Safety
Minnesota State Law requires that children under age eight, unless they are 4'9" or taller, must be in an appropriate, federally approved child safety seat or booster seat.  The proper use of car seats is one of the simplest and most effective methods available for protecting the lives of young children and Woodbury's car seat technicians offer regular checks to ensure the proper installation and fit of seats. 

Fingerprinting
The Woodbury Public Safety Department provides fingerprinting services to Woodbury residents only. A photo ID with a current Woodbury address is required and the fee is $20 per resident for up to three fingerprint cards. 

Patches and Badges
The Public Safety Department is unable to honor requests for patches and badges due to security concerns and cost.

Records Requests
Requests requests for reports must be made through the request system It is helpful if you are able to provide us with as many details as possible (date, time, location or case number, if available) for faster retrieval of the report. We fill requests as quickly as we can and in the order they are received. However, information on some reports may be private or confidential and therefore must be redacted before copies can be released. 

Vehicle Lockouts
When citizens accidentally lock their keys in their car, they can call the Police Department and request that we assist with gaining entrance to the car.