Welcome to the Village of Trumansburg Police Department. We are a community-focused department comprised of the police chief, the police clerk, two full-time and seven part-time officers, and three crossing guards. We are proud of our committed officers who have experience with and receive training in de-escalation tactics, mental health intervention, hate crime response, and implicit bias identification.
LOCATION & PHONE
5 Elm Street
Trumansburg NY 14886
We are located in the Village Offices building accessible from the Elm Street municipal lot. There is ample parking in the lot which is adjacent to the police department and the Church of the Epiphany.
Phone (non-emergency): 607-387-6505
If no one is available to answer your call you will be automatically connected to the Tompkins County Dispatch Center.
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Villagers have police coverage 24 hours every day by either Village police officers or the Tompkins County Sheriff’s Department. Our patrol hours vary throughout the week.
The TPD supplies crossing guards at key intersections at the beginning and end of school days to ensure our children have safe passage to and from school. This is a collaborative effort between the police and the Trumansburg Central School District.
The Village has municipal lots on Elm Street, Main Street next to the Colonial Laundromat, and at the Trumansburg Farmers’ Market. If you park on a side street, all four wheels of your vehicle must be off the street surface. Your vehicle must face in the direction of the flow of traffic, even if it is otherwise parked legally. Those who are illegally parked will be ticketed.
Also, please note that November 1 through April 1 there is no overnight on-street parking allowed between 2:00 AM and 6:00 AM on Main Street (Route 96), Union Street, or Old Main Street (in front of Ron Don's) to allow for snow removal. Please use the municipal lots.
Pharmaceutical Drop Box
Drop off unwanted medications in the Village Police Department’s drop box during open office hours.
Request that an officer check on your home while you are away. Please complete the online form.
If you are interested in a position with the Trumansburg Police Department, please contact Chief Nelson at 607-387-6513 to discuss possible opportunities. Positions are civil service and supported by our local civil service agency, Tompkins County Department of Human Resources, which accepts applications, conducts civil service examinations, and provides lists of eligible candidates to the Department. All positions require applicants to take an exam. For more information on the civil service process, please visit the Tompkins County Human Resources Department website.