Town Marshal: Andrew Ellingwood
Edgewood residents feel safe and secure in our community thanks to the diligent work of our full-time professional police department. Five full-time police officers are supported by a team of reserve officers.
A combination of neighborhood policing and aggressive prosecution of those who choose to break the law keeps local crime rates very low and local roads safer. Residents are accustomed to friendly waves from our officers as they patrol neighborhoods and parks. Our department is also responsible for enforcing town ordinances.
If you’re going to be away from your home for an extended period of time, please call us at 642-3200, and we’ll regularly check your home’s security.
If your home has a security system, please let us know what type it is and how it is operated, so we’ll know what to do in case of an emergency.
If you would like to register any firearms you own, we’ll be happy to help. Or you can visit the Indiana State Police’s online registration site.
Happening Around Town
3rd of July Fireworks Display at The Edge
June 23, 2015
The Edge Golf Club will host the Town of Edgewood’s annual 3rd of July party on Friday, July 3rd.
The pool will be open from 11am-8pm for $5 per person (or free with membership).
Cookout buffet will be inside from 4pm-9pm for $10 per person – cash appreciated! There will be a discounted price for kids.
This is a family-friendly event! Kids can jump in the bounce houses or cool off with a Good’s Ice Cream Cone.
Edgewood Police Department seeking full time officer
June 19, 2015
The Edgewood Police Department are currently accepting applications for a full time Police Officer position.