A court order can only be obtained through the courts. This includes:
For more information, visit the Washington Courts website.
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If there is an immediate emergency threat to life or property, dial 911. Emergencies include:
When you call 911, be prepared to answer the call-taker’s questions, which may include:
For non-emergencies, call our dispatch center, SNO911, at 425-407-3999. Non-emergencies include:
To report a power outage, call Snohomish County Public Utility District at 425-783-1001.
For other inquiries, call the Stanwood Police Department business line at 425-388-5290. Monday - Friday 9AM - 5PM. These types of inquiries include:
Police reports are handled by the jurisdiction where the crime/incident occurred, or if that is not known, by the jurisdiction where you live. To file a report:
Requests for Stanwood police records can be made in person or by email, fax, or phone. We prefer receiving requests in writing. To assist us in locating your documents, please provide us with as much information as possible. Download the Police Records Request Form (PDF).
If you live in the city limits, contact our office by phone at 425-388-5290 or by email, present valid identification, and fill out a Police Records Request Form (PDF). If you do not live in the city limits, contact the law enforcement agency for the jurisdiction in which you live.
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If your ticket was issued by the Stanwood Police Department, call our office for information at 425-388-5290. You must respond to your notice by choosing one of the three options and turning in your copy, signed, within 15 days. Your copy must be received at:Stanwood City Hall10220 270th Street NWStanwood, WA 98292
Stanwood Police only serves Domestic Violence Protection Orders, Restraining Orders, and Anti-Harassment orders. We do not serve other civil court documents.
Please call 425-407-3999 for animal problems in the City. Dispatch will advise a Stanwood Deputy, who will determine what next steps need to be taken. The City does contract with Snohomish County Animal Control, but only for very limited items. Therefore, all animal issues first go through the on-duty Deputy.
If you believe you have information about a crime or case within the city of Stanwood, please 425-407-3999 or report online. In unincorporated Snohomish County, call their tip line at 425-388-3845.
Police reports are handled by the jurisdiction where the crime/incident occurred or if that is not known, by the jurisdiction where you live.
If the crime/incident occurred outside our area, please call the law enforcement agency that covers that area.