NEW SUBSTANCE ABUSE ORDINANCE
At its meeting on August 19, 2014, the Hamburg Township Board of Trustees adopted a new Substance Abuse Ordinance. The ordinance will be published August 24, 2014 and become effective September 23, 2014. View Ordinance.
The Hamburg Township Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency responsible for providing police services to Hamburg Township which has a population of 21,165 residents and is the largest municipality in Livingston County
The Hamburg Township Police Department has 17 full-time police officers who provide police coverage 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and who have a strong commitment to community policing principles.
Officers face unique challenges policing the 36 square miles of Hamburg Township which contains 32 named lakes, a 6.5 mile stretch of the Lakelands Trail and thousands of acres of state recreational land.
Hamburg Township police officers not only enforce criminal and traffic laws but also are called upon to enforce marine and conservation laws. As such, Hamburg Township police officers can be seen utilizing a mountain bike, Polaris utility vehicle and a 17-foot police boat in addition to police cars to patrol the Township.
To report a crime, traffic accident, suspicious activity or to have a Hamburg Township police officer respond to any other call for service including filing a police report please call Livingston County Central Dispatch at 9-1-1 or (517) 546-9111.