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Delta Police Department Restricting Public Access To Buildings

Darpan News Desk, 27 Mar, 2020

    As part of ongoing efforts to ensure that the Delta Police Department is able to maintain operational readiness during the COVID-19 pandemic, all public access to DPD Headquarters (4455 Clarence Taylor Crescent, Ladner), and the Public Safety Building (11375 84 Ave, North Delta), will be restricted at end of business day today.


    If you are required to make utility payments, please do so by mail, using the drop box outside City Hall, online by credit card, or through your financial institutions online or telephone banking services.


    To report an emergency or crime in progress, please call 9-1-1. To report a non-emergency incident, please call 604.946.4411.

     

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