Colebrookdale District Police Department

SNOW EMERGENCY NOTICE


A snow emergency is in effect starting Midnight Wednesday February 8th through Midnight Thursday February 9th, 2017.
PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT YOU MUST MOVE YOUR CAR if you’re parking along any of the Township’s emergency routes.  Also, PLEASE move all vehicles off other roads and cul-de-sacs to allow for our road crew to safely move through to clear and treat the roadways.

The Road Department’s main goal is to keep roads passable but not completely free of ice and snow. Roadways will continue to be treated throughout the storm until after precipitation stops and until the roads are clear. YOur cooperation is appreciated.

Drivers are urged to avoid unnecessary travel, but if you must travel, allow extra time and drive cautiously during this snow emergency.

     

2017 GUN PERMIT DATES/INFORMATION

THE BERKS COUNTY SHERIFF WILL BE HERE TO RENEW AND/OR ISSUE GUN PERMITS ON THE FOLLOWING FRIDAYS FROM 11:00AM UNTIL 5:00PM (closed for lunch from 2:00pm – 3:00pm):

JANUARY 20th          JULY 21st
FEBRUARY 17th        AUGUST 18th               
MARCH 17th              SEPTEMBER 15th
APRIL 21st                  OCTOBER 20th
MAY 19th                    NOVEMBER 17th
JUNE 16th                  DECEMBER 15th

IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO COME ON THOSE DATES, YOU CAN GO TO THE BERKS COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT IN READING AT 633 COURT STREET, READING, PA 19601.

YOU CAN CALL THEM AT 610-478-6240 WITH ANY QUESTIONS.

THANK YOU,
COLEBROOKDALE DISTRICT POLICE DEPARTMENT

Mission Statement

The mission of the Colebrookdale District Police Department is to work with all citizens to preserve life, maintain human rights, protect property, and promote individual responsibility and community commitment.

Goals

1. Partnership -
Develop a partnership with the community, government officials, service agencies, and the criminal justice system.

2. Empowerment -
Develop an organizational structure and environment that reflects community values and facilitates joint citizen and employee empowerment.

3. Problem Solving -
Enhance community livability through use of proactive, problem-solving approaches for reduction of incidence and fear of crime.

4. Accountability -
Foster mutual accountability for Public Safety resources and strategies among employees, the community, and government officials.

5. Service Orientation -
Develop a customer orientation in our service to citizens and our police department.

6. Project Management and Direction -
Develop a process for overall management and direction of the Community Policing transition.