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View the “State of the City” Video

View the State of the City Video

If you missed the First "State of the City" Address, you can view the video.

PG&E to Perform Inspections & Repairs at 5 Watsonville Locations – Traffic Will be Affected

PG&E to Perform Inspections & Repairs at 5 Watsonville Locations - Traffic Will be Affected

PG&E's inspections and repairs will affect traffic: Beach/Rodriguez, Walker St., Green Valley @ Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania @ Main and Ramsay Park...Read more for all the details.

1st Annual Report From the Revenue Measure Oversight Committee

1st Annual Report From the Revenue Measure Oversight Committee

Read the 1st Annual Report from the Revenue Measure Oversight Committee.

Before & After Bldg Picture

To Make a Report:

  • If it is an emergency, call 9-1-1 or 831.471.1170
  • If you'd like to speak to an officer, call 831.471.1151
  • To file a report, call 831.471.1151

Call Us

  • Police Records:  831.768.3370 Hours:  M - F, 8 am - 5 pm
  • Property & Evidence:  831.768.3390 Hours:  M-F , 8 am - 4 pm By Appointment Only
  • Guest Speaker Requests:  831.768.3321
  • Ride-A-Long Program:  831.768.3321
  • Live Scan - NO LONGER AVAILABLE
  • Neighborhood Services:  831.763.5678
  • Graffiti Hotline:  831.768.3133
  • Gang Offender Registration: 831.768.3354
  • Arson, Narcotic, and Sex Offender Registration: 831.768.3363

Requests for public records can be made here:

Public Records Act Requests

Do not use this form for:

  • Traffic accident report
  • Status of the investigation
  • Crime rate information
  • Stored property or evidence

Visit http://cityofwatsonville.org/police-department/police-faqs/police-information for instruction on obtaining that type of information.

2015 Watsonville Police Department Inspection 

The 25th Annual Watsonville Police Department Inspection and Award Ceremony Video

Watsonville Police Cadet Program

Two full-time Watsonville police officers volunteer their services as advisers whose role is to mentor the cadets. The youth are between fourteen and twenty years old. The program provides young people with the opportunity to explore the law enforcement field as a possible career choice.