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Burlington North Carolina Police Station Address: 267 W Front St, Burlington, NC 27215, United States


28 ago
430pm road conditions update. If you have plans to venture out, “Let it Go.” Road traveled West Webb Ave (NC 87). https://t.co/3aVjAyoTar

48 ago
If at all possible continue to avoid travelling on roads. If you need to travel stick to primary roads. #StaySafe #AlamanceSnow

4 hours ago
Thank you to Tickle My Ribs for bringing lunch today to our officers! We appreciate your commitment to our community. #yum

4 hours ago
Thank you to @TIckleMyRibs for providing lunch to our officers today as they work to keep the roads and residents safe! A much needed mid-day pick me up! Yum!! https://t.co/YP6AaDjUJE

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4 hours ago
1pm road conditions update. As you can see, if you don’t have to travel please stay at home. This is S Mebane St… https://t.co/7Cmc6qe2sb

5 hours ago
Non Injury crash at the intersection of Webb/Trollinger #BPDCOMM

Burlington Police Department-NC

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This page is not monitored 24/7. In the event of an emergency, please call 911. For non-emergencies, call the Police Department at 336-229-3500 for an immediate response.

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Burlington Police Department-NC28 ago

430pm road conditions update. If you have plans to venture out, “Let it Go.” Road traveled West Webb Ave (NC 87).

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Burlington Police Department-NC1 hour ago

The Burlington Police Department would like to remind the community that a Winter Storm will continue to impact the area into tonight and through tomorrow. Snow packed and icy roads are creating hazardous travel conditions, and we are continuing to recommend those who do not need to drive to stay off of the roadways. We further suggest that if you do need to drive, you leave earlier than normal and travel slowly allowing you to follow others at a safe distance.

Unusually cold temperatures and gusty winds are bringing dangerous conditions into the area later tonight and into tomorrow morning. We anticipate that conditions will not improve greatly for a few days.

Since 6 am today, we have specifically responded to over 25 motor vehicle crashes, 20 motorist assists, and over 15 weather-related incidents. We, along with our public safety partners and city workers are continuing to up-staff our personnel and are working diligently to keep the community safe.

If you need shelter from the elements or any other immediate need, please call our Communication Center at (336)229-3500 or 911. For other non-emergency updates related to the storm, please follow us on Facebook at @BurlingtonNCPD or on Twitter at @BurlingtonNC-PD.

Captain Gaddis

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Burlington Police Department-NC added 2 new photos.4 hours ago

Thank you to Tickle My Ribs for bringing lunch today to our officers! We appreciate your commitment to our community. #yum

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Burlington Police Department-NC4 hours ago

1pm road conditions update. As you can see, if you don’t have to travel please stay at home. This is S Mebane St and Chapel Hill Rd.

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Burlington Police Department-NC9 hours ago

730 road conditions report in Burlington, NC.

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Burlington Police Department-NC21 hours ago

The Burlington Police Department, in conjunction with many other divisions of the City of Burlington and the State of NC, has been diligently working over the last few days making plans for the impending winter storm. We have been following the latest updated information and are ready to keep the community safe.

The arrival of the storm system is slated for 10 pm Tuesday evening and will last through Wednesday afternoon. Due to temperatures remaining below freezing, any accumulation of frozen precipitation should remain for a few days. The City of Burlington Street Division and the NCDOT have done a tremendous job preparing and brining the roadways; however, road conditions will worsen as the event unfolds and vehicular travel will be treacherous. We strongly urge that if you do not need to be out on the roadways, that you take shelter in a warm place. Those who do need to drive, we suggest that you leave earlier than normal and travel slowly allowing you to follow others at a safe distance.

We, along with many other public safety departments in the area, have up-staffed for this event and are ready to assist our communities. If you need shelter from the elements or any other immediate need, please call our Communication Center at (336) 229-3500 or 911. For other non-emergency updates related to the storm, please follow us on Facebook at @BurlingtonNCPD or on Twitter at @BurlingtonNC-PD.

Capt. Gaddis