SUMMER PET PROTECTION
Summer is here and temperatures are rising. The College Station Animal Control Division would like to remind citizens to take measures to protect their pets. If your pet travels with you remember if your vehicle is not running temperatures can reach well over 120 degrees in a matter of minutes. In College Station it is considered an ordinance violation to leave an animal inside a vehicle for more than 5 minutes when the outside temperature is over 85 degrees. Young, elderly or overweight animals, those with short muzzles and those with thick or dark-colored coats are at a greater risk of overheating. At home make sure animals have plenty of shade and water. Please contact your local Police Department if you encounter an animal inside a hot vehicle. The College Station Animal Control Division is available to answer any questions pet owners may have regarding pet safety. They can be reached at (979) 764-3600.
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As most people know, relationships between law enforcement and communities have suffered due to recent major events across the nation. These incidents have caused great tension between officers and citizens, at times escalating to attacks on officers and civil unrest. In the City of College Station, we have experienced something very different. Our officers have received an outpouring of support and appreciation from countless residents. We are definitely fortunate to work in a community that supports and respects law enforcement. The members of College Station Police Department do not take this lightly and will never waiver in our efforts to treat everyone with respect and build trusting partnerships within our community.
P.O. Box 9960 • 2611 Texas Avenue South
College Station, TX 77842
(979)764-3600 • (979) 764-3468 (fax)
Dial 911 for emergencies.
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If You See Something, Say Something
The College Station Police Department, in partnership with the Department of Homeland Security, is encouraging local residents to report suspicious activity to local law enforcement.
For more info about reporting suspicious activity
View the Current National Threat Advisory