According Edmonds Police spokesman Sgt. Josh McClure, Edmonds officers will respond to all emergency calls for service and most non-emergency matters. Officers will be dispatched via Snohomish County 911. The non-emergency number for dispatch is 425-407-3999.
Woodway residents who want to file a report in person can come to the Edmonds Police Department at 250 5th Ave. N. during business hours — Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Outside of those hours, residents can use the emergency phone outside the police department doors to call dispatch, and an officer will respond to contact you.
Edmonds Police Department responsibilities for Woodway will include:
- 24-hour call response and routine patrol
- Advanced investigations (detectives)
- All collision investigations
- Records management
- Storage of evidence
- Concealed pistol licensing
- Legal and risk management related to police functions
The Town of Woodway will maintain a chief of police and four officers to provide house checks and selected traffic enforcement, McClure said. The four officers are fully commissioned police from neighboring police agencies.