Lytle Police Department
Welcome to the Lytle PD!
THE CITY OF LYTLE WILL BE DISCONTINUING
THE 830-772-3149 PHONE LINE
If you have a Police, Fire or EMS Emergency, please call 911
If your home or business has an alarm system that is monitored, please contact you alarm company and provide them with the right number 830-769-3434, Option #1 for the Dispatcher.
If you need a police officer dispatched to your location to report a theft, burglary, suspicious activity or file a report, please call the
Atascosa Co. Sheriff's Office Dispatcher at 830-769-3434.
To reach the Lytle PD for other times when you don't need an immediate response you can call the office at 830-709-0277
National Night Out 2015
Welcome to the homepage of the Lytle Police Department. We are glad to announce that we are fully moved in and functioning in our new facility. We are located on Hester St. between the cross streets of Florence St. and Martin St. (two blocks off Main St., under the water tower). You can turn off of Main St. on Martin St. (By the Church of Christ) or at S. Prairie St. (By the Chevron). Our neighbors are the Oak Park Country Club & Pool and the Lytle Public Works Yard. Our physical address is 15245 Hester St.
While the Lytle Police Department has Police Officers on duty 24 hours a day the facility is often unmanned. A receptionist is normally on duty from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm during normal business hours (closed on city holidays). There are times that the facility is unmanned during normal business hours so you may want to call ahead to avoid any inconvenience.
Our office phone number is 830-709-0277; this number is best used to contact us for routine information and administrative purposes. If you need a police officer dispatched to your location or you need to report a crime or incident that just occurred it is best to contact our dispatcher at 830-769-3434 (option #1 for dispatch). We are dispatched by the Atascosa Co. Sheriff’s Office in Jourdanton, TX. They have direct radio contact with our on duty officer(s).
You can find our current and past weekly and monthly reports. Be sure and explore our pages, check out the Divisions
section for lots of information on us!
Feel free to stop by the Police Department to talk to us in person about any issue or concern.
Richey Priest, Chief of Police / Fire Marshal
The following is a link to Frequently Asked Questions not only for the Police Department, but for other departments in the city as well.