- For emergencies, please call 911
- Tacoma Needle Exchange Program
- Tacoma Police Department
- Non-Emergency 253.789.4721
- Drug Activity (Crack TRAK) 253.475.CRAK (2725)
- Sector 1 (Northeast Tacoma, Hilltop, Downtown) 253.594.7800
- Sector 2 (North End, West End) 253.591.5290
- Sector 3 (South End) 253.594.7838
- Sector 4 (Eastside) 253.594.7947
- TacomaFirst 3-1-1
To streamline operations to better serve Tacoma residents, TacomaFirst service center and its 3-1-1 link will be the primary reporting tools for residents with code concerns
The Community Policing Division of Tacoma Police is responsible for coordinating proactive policing of the City in partnership with the community.
Community Liaison Officers (CLOs) provide specialized service to citizens and business, serving as a focal point for community concerns in each sector. These contacts should not be used in the case of crime or emergency (911 should be called). If you have issues or concerns with the quality of life in your neighborhood such as minor vandalism or other nuisances, contact your CLO or report an issue.
As the policy-making body of the City, the City Council serves as the link between the residents of Tacoma and their municipal government. Contact your councilperson with questions or comments about: enacting and emending City laws, the Biennial Budget, citizen boards, committees, and commissions.
Mayor Marilyn Stickland 253.594.7848
Anders Ibsen, Position 1 253.591.5470
Robert Thoms, Position 2 253.591.5470
Keith Blocker, Position 3 253.591.5470
Marty Campbell, Position 4 253.594.7848
Joe Lonergan, Position 5 253.594.7848
Victoria Woodards, Position 6 253.591.5470
Conor McCarthy, Deputy Mayor, Position 7 253.594.7848
Ryan Mello, Position 8 253.591.5470
For state level concerns, we encourage you to contact Senator Steve O’Ban and District House Members. For federal level concerns, we encourage you to contact Senator Patty Murray and Congressman Derek Kilmer.