Gervais Police Department


​​Introduction


The Gervais Police Department is committed to providing the highest quality police service possible to those who live, work, and learn in the City of Gervais. We work in a transparent and collaborative with our community and eagerly strive to maintain the greatest available level of public safety. We provide our service with a commitment to maintaining the public trust of our community.

The Gervais Police Department is staffed by the Chief of Police, Lieutenant, three full time Police Officers and reserve police officers. To reach an Officer and to inquire about general information, please call the office at 503-792-4575, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

If you have an after-hours or non-emergency event that requires immediate police attention, please call our dispatch center at 503-588-5032. Our dispatch center takes calls 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 


In the event of an emergency that threatens life or property, please dial 911.

Department Staff

Mark Chase, Police Chief
mchase@cityofgervais.com
503-792-4907


Craig Seibel, Lieutenant
cseibel@cityofgervais.com
503-792-4906


Dan Marshall, Police Officer
dmarshall@cityofgervais.com
503-792-4910


Kristen Quinn, Police Officer
kquinn@cityofgervais.com
503-792-4908


Tanya Virula, Police Officer
tvirula@cityofgervais.com
503-792-4909


Kim Williams, Administrative Assistant
kwilliams@cityofgervais.com
503-792-4575


Follow the Gervais Police Department on Facebook for updates and community information! 

https://www.facebook.com/gervaisoregonpolice/

QUESTIONS for city staff?


Want to pay your WATER bill from home?

 
Most banks offer free online bill pay! Just log into your bank account and add the City of Gervais into your bill-pay. Our mailing address is:  PO Box 329, Gervais, OR 97026. Questions? Call Tim at City Hall, 503-792-4902.


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​​The Gervais Police Department offers "vacation checks" at your residence. This is a free and voluntary service. Please read the application carefully. It is important for the requestor to understand the limitations of this service and fill out the form completely.




Click the link above or below for more information on emergency preparedness...

Go to the CONTACT US page and send us a message. As always, phone calls are welcomed.

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CLICK HERE to view the approved budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year 

PRESCRIPTION DRUG DROP-OFF​


 City Hall offers a free drop-off location for those who need to dispose of prescription drugs. NOTE: Needles, cremes, liquids and aerosols (asthma) are not accepted. Please call the Police Department at 

503-792-4575 with any questions. 


Call us at City Hall:

503-792-4900