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City of Smithville Police Department
Smithville has long been called "the best kept secret in Texas," but it has never been a secret to those of us who live in this beautiful community.
Located in historic Central Texas, Smithville is one of the finest and safest towns in Texas. We are proud of our community and we think our pride shows in every corner of Smithville. The Smithville Police Department is committed to continuing our tradition of public excellence in service to this community. SPD maintains an "Open Door" policy, and welcomes comments and inquiries from all.
We hope you find this section of the website informative and useful. The resources on this page are designed to provide you with up-to-date information regarding your Police Department and community crime prevention efforts. We welcome your comments and suggestions for improving this site.
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- Police Services Patrol Request
- File a Complaint
- Helpful Links
- Police Department Staff
- Emergency Siren Procedures
Emergency Notification System
The Smithville Police Department is a participant in the Code Red Regional Notification System or RNS system. This system uses reverse 911 data and can be used to notify citizens via land lines and cell phones of emergency or other important situations in their area. Cell phone users MUST register if they want to receive these alerts. Navigate to http://wireless.capcog.org for more information
New City Hours during COVID-19 Until Further Notice
It will be 7:30 am-4:00 pm. Monday- Friday. Except for this Friday City offices will be closed Friday, April 10th in observance of Good Fridayread more >
COVID-19 UPDATE: CITY FACILITY CLOSURES
The City of Smithville will close all public access to city facilities until further notice effective Friday, March 20, 2020 at 8:00 am. This includes City...read more >
BLOCKED UPRR CROSSING AT LIVE OAK AND FM2571
As many citizens are aware, the off-system bridge (built in 1936) on 4th Avenue over Gazley Creek was ordered CLOSED for public safety by the Texas Departm...read more >