Call 311 or (801) 852-6000 or go to provo.org for any City information or services you need. Contact Center agents are specially trained to answer a wide range of questions. If they don’t have the answer, they’ll find the people who do. You can get information about licensing , special events, permits, garbage pickup, and many other questions about the City. You can also report broken parking meters, street lights out, potholes, graffiti, abandoned vehicles, water main breaks, animal complaints, or any other situation that needs the attention of City workers. 311 IS FOR NON-EMERGENCY CITY SERVICES & INFO
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8 common reasons accidents happen in the snow:
1- Driving too fast for the conditions
2- Failing to clear all of your windows
3- Failure to allow more time
4- Following too closely
5- Stopping in a lane of travel
6- Unnecessary travel
7- Poor braking
8- Over acceleration
Please have a safe week.
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What a wonderful Valentine’s Day surprise. Ivy Hall 4th and 5th grades bought all of Provo Police Department Patrol Division lunch. Thank you Ivy Hall Academy for you constant and continued support.
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If you receive a suspicious call from a Provo City number with a demand for payment please be wise. Criminals are “spoofing” city numbers to commit fraud. If you live in Provo City limits you can call Provo City Customer Service by dialing 311. If you live outside city limits call (801)852-6000. If you have actual business with the city Provo311 Customer Service agents can verify who you are talking to and direct you to the right place. If you have paid money to a fraudster then call the police at (801) 852-6210 or make an online police report at ProvoPolice.com. Be aware, be wise, and be safe.
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Captain Todd Grossgebauer has retired after twenty-six years of dedicated service to the Provo Police Department. Captain Grossgebauer began his law enforcement career a Military Police Officer in 1989. He joined the Provo Police Department in 1992. Captain Grossgebauer spent three years as a sergeant, eight years as a lieutenant and the last four years as a captain. He was a member of the METRO SWAT Team for twenty-three years and the team commander for ten. He filled assignments as a School Resource Officer, Gang Officer, Narcotics Officer, Warrants Officer, Robbery/Homicide Detective Sergeant, Patrol Division Watch Commander, and he served as the lieutenant and later the captain in the Operational Support Services Division and Special Operations Division.
For 21 years Captain Grossgebauer has been an instructor for Utah Valley University in the Law Enforcement Academy where he mentored hundreds of new officers. Captain Grossgebauer truly made his mark on the Provo Police Department and we will miss him here. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors.