Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about.
Show All Answers
If you stop at the Police Department after hours, please use the speaker box located to the right of the main City Hall doors. You will be connected to Washington County Dispatch.
From your phone, call 911 anytime, day or night, for any situation that requires the response of police, fire, or emergency personnel. This includes damage to property, parking complaints, traffic situations, suspicious activity, animal complaints, criminal activity, and emergencies.
Registered owners of impounded vehicles need to first show proof of title, insurance, and proof of being a valid driver to the:
Oakdale Police Department1584 Hadley NOakdale, MN 55128
Tickets may only be paid at:
Washington County Government Center14949 - 62nd Street NStillwater, MN 55082
Or call 651-430-6000.
Complete a Data Release Form (PDF) and send it to:
Oakdale Police Department1584 Hadley Avenue NOakdale, MN 55128
Yes, fingerprinting is available to Oakdale residents. For complete details, please go to the Fingerprinting page.
These curfew regulations were created by the City for the safety and welfare of juveniles and to provide for the well being of the general public. For questions about the curfew regulations, please call the Police Department at 651-738-1025.
It is unlawful for a juvenile under the age of 12, without parent or guardian, to be present in any public place within the City of Oakdale:
It is unlawful for juvenile, ages 12 to 14, without parent or guardian, to be present in any public place within the City of Oakdale:
It is unlawful for juvenile, ages 15 to 16, without parent or guardian, to be present in any public place within the City of Oakdale:
It is unlawful for a parent or guardian of a juvenile, to knowingly or through negligent supervision, permit the juvenile to be in any public place within the City of Oakdale during the hours prohibited. Violation by the parent or guardian is a misdemeanor offense.
When police and/or fire personnel respond to more than three false alarms in a calendar year, the owner of the alarm system will be charged as shown: