Smithfield City Police Department is an integral part of Smithfield’s growing community. Our mission is to labor effectively as team members in partnership with all who reside or are located in Smithfield, and its greater area, to promote and sustain the distinguished quality of life enjoyed so much in this valley by anticipating and responding to the community’s need for peace and security, relief and emergency assistance, education and awareness, public service, and law enforcement.
The members of the Smithfield City Police Department are dedicated to conducting ourselves in the most ethical and professional manner. Individual and collective values are motivated by our deepest desire to act honorably in all matters of public trust. Our foremost values are trust, honesty, initiative, creativity, dependability, liberty, fairness, and compassion with our principle value being life and human dignity. The services we render are based upon the continuing development of our skills, knowledge, experience, insights, ingenuity, and training so that our actions will always demonstrate our integrity.
The Smithfield City Police Department would like to remind residents and individuals visiting Smithfield, that the Smithfield City Winter Parking Ordinance, 10.08.100, will go into effect on Tuesday, November 15, 2016.
No vehicles may be parked on the roadway for no more than ten minutes to unload people and thirty minutes to unload property, between the hours of 1:00 A.M. to 6:00 A.M.
Non-residents may obtain a permit that will allow them to park on the roadway for up to three days, unless snow is falling or predicted to fall.
Permits can be obtained at the Smithfield City Police Department; Monday through Friday from 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
To view the City Ordinance please visit Smithfield City's online municipal code at, https://smithfieldmunicipalcodeonline.com
The Smithfield City Police Department would like to remind residents and visitors of Smithfield City to be vigilant in locking their vehicles and homes. We have had several vehicle burglaries this summer, most of which were crimes of opportunity because a vehicle was left unlocked. If you see something suspicious in your neighborhood please contact the police department immediately.
Smithfield City Police Department
55 E 100 S
P.O. Box 508
Smithfield, Utah 84335
Phone: (435) 563-8501
Fax: (435) 563-8532