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Application for Low-Speed Vehicle Permits

April 06, 2017

Applications for Low-Speed Vehicles are now being accepted in the office of the City Manager until 5:00 p.m. on April 28, 2017. Click here for Low-Speed Vehicle Application and Map 2017
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Police Department - Neighborhood Watch Program

Interested in starting a Neighborhood Watch program on your street? Want to register your watch program? Just want to learn more about what Neighborhood Watch is all about? Talk to your neighbors and visit www.usaonwatch.org for detailed information on the benefits of this program and how to get started. Community involvement affords your police department its best opportunity to be successful in the fight against crime.

Please feel free to utilize the instructional flyers below to generate interest in your specific community.

Check back on this page in the coming months for a list of Neighborhood Watch programs in your community. If you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact the Ketchikan Police Department at 225-6631.

Neighborhood Watch (Starting One)

Neighborhood Watch (Starting one with no contact info)