Report a Problem
Animal Services welcomes the opportunity to respond to customers. Whether your call concerns a stray animal or an injured animal, suspected animal cruelty or sadly, to let us know about a dead animal, Animal Services will strive to respond to your call.
If you see someone hurting an animal, or you see an animal that looks sick, injured, or deprived of food, water, shelter, or veterinary care, call 3-1-1.
Dog traps are delivered free of charge by the Animal Services Department (ASD) when an animal control officer is unable to capture a stray dog. Residents who need a trapped dog to be picked up can call 3-1-1.
Dangerous dogs are reported to Animal Services for investigation by calling 3-1-1. The complainant must leave their information and cannot remain anonymous. For complaints to be considered active, a dog attack must have taken place within the last 30 days. Complainants must furnish an address for the dog involved in the attack.
Lost & Found
Animal Services provides Lost and Found services to the public. If Lost and Found personnel are unavailable when you visit the shelter, the Front Desk personnel will be happy to assist you. You may call 3-1-1 to report your lost dog.
You must exercise proper care and control of your dog. It is creating a public nuisance when it chases vehicles or persons, or when it trespasses or causes damage to another person’s private property, or on public property. Public Nuisance: $50.00 fineBack to Top Page Last Edited: Sun Mar 24, 2013 2:56:40 PM
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