A Message from the Chief of Police
The Monroe Police Department continues to work with our city, county, state and federal partners to provide you with the most up-to-date information as it pertains to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
As we strive to maintain a healthy department to serve the Monroe community, we will be following guidelines set forth by the Snohomish County Health District, the Washington State Department of Health (DOH), and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
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Municipal Campus - In order to increase employee safety the Mayor is closing public access to city facilities starting March 23, until further notice.
Effective immediately, the police department will be suspending the following public services:
- Civilian Ride-Alongs
- All fingerprinting services
- Concealed Pistol Licenses - 1st time applications
- Renewals can be submitted through the mail. Please mail your completed application (PDF), a copy of your driver’s license, and a check for payment to the Monroe Police Department, 818 W. Main St, Monroe, WA 98272. The fee is $32 for renewal, $42 for late renewal, and $3.75 extra for lamination.
- Public tours of our facilities
- MPD sponsored community outreach events and gatherings
We are asking all citizens who need to make payments to the police, city or municipal court to please make them by mail or over the phone. The fees for online payments during this time are being waived.
For information or other business needs, please contact via telephone at 360-794-6300 during business hours, Monday - Friday; 8am - 5pm.
For police or medical emergencies, please continue to call 9-1-1. If you need to make a non-emergency police report or to speak to an officer, please call 425-407-3999.
The Monroe Police Department is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in providing professional law enforcement services.
Employees of the Monroe Police Department are committed to the principles of duty, integrity, compassion, and professional growth; recognizing the value of the tenets of: