Welcome to the homepage of the City of Lancaster's Public Safety Department. Here you will find one-stop-shopping for information and resources related to public safety and crime prevention, including Neighborhood Watch, Business Watch, emergency preparedness, Los Angeles County Sheriff's & Fire Departments, and much more.
Use the links at left to find the topic in which you're interested, or visit our Downloads page to find an indexed list of all downloadable publications we offer. Check back frequently for updates and tips on how you can be and stay safe.
For specific questions relating to public safety, feel free to contact us at (661) 723-6063, or drop us an email at email@example.com.
Barking Dog Hotline (661) 723-5991 (click here for more information)
Live Scan Fingerprinting: For a list of locations throughout the State of California that currently conduct live scan fingerprinting, visit the California Attorney General's Office Applicant Live Scan Locations page, or visit the Lancaster Sheriff's Station lobby for a list of locations in Lancaster (link will open in a new window).
Plan to join us on Thursday, August 3 from 4-8 p.m. for National Night Out - Lancaster's Night Out Against Crime!
National Night Out is an annual community building event promoting partnerships between law enforcement and residents to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live.
Hosted in conjunction with The BLVD Market, National Night Out will be held on South Fig Avenue and Lancaster BLVD.
Be sure to visit each of the participating organizations and pick up valuable information for your family!
City of Lancaster, CA – Government
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
LA County Fire Department
County of Los Angeles - Lancaster Animal Care Center
California Highway Patrol
Antelope Valley Partners for Health
Child And Family Guidance Center
Damsel In Defense Corporate
Help for Heroes Official
KIDS ARE 1ST
Tarzana Treatment Center
Jacob Hefter Foundation
Paving the Way Foundation,Inc.
and many more!
Did you know every dog and cat in the City of Lancaster is required to be licensed by the Department of Animal Care and Control?
Dog and cat licenses are an important means of identification and help to reunite lost pets with their owners.The City of Lancaster also requires pet owners to have their dogs and cats spayed or neutered as well as microchipped. Compliance with these regulations will also reduce license fees.
Please call (661) 940-4191 or visit animalcare.lacounty.gov to purchase your pet license today!
In Memory of Los Angeles County Sheriff Sergeant Steve Owen
EOW October 5, 2016
Thanks for visiting; we hope to see you again soon!