Chief beahenAbout Chief Beahen

The Rogers Police Department is commanded by Chief Jeffrey Beahen. He has over 35 years of law enforcement experience, including with the City of Anoka, City of Elk River & the MN Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.

The Police Department is located at 21860 Industrial Court. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm.  

Telephone: 763-428-3450  
Fax: 763-428-1900  
Non-Emergency Dispatch:

Call 911 for emergencies


Crime Prevention Month & Halloween

October is Crime Prevention Month and also the month in which Halloween is celebrated.  Learn how to celebrate both together.

Although children look forward to tricks, treats, and ghoulish garb, Halloween can be fraught with fright for parents, with candy given to their kids by strangers and a legion of masked and costumed trick-or-treaters at the door.  However, following a few safety tips can ensure safe fun for kids and candy-givers alike.

The activities below focus on Halloween, which is celebrated in the last week of October.  The efforts throughout the month generate enthusiasm for crime prevention so it can grow stronger and become more widespread.

Read more: Crime Prevention Month & Halloween

Winter Parking

In order to keep our streets clear of parked vehicles during the winter months, the City of Rogers prohibits parking on all city streets between 2:00am to 6:00am from November 1 to March 31 each year. This prohibition is designed to keep vehicles off the street during the times snow removal typically occurs. Although snow removal does not take place every night, this is the best practice for insuring that when snows do occur, the City plows will have clear access to all roadways. It takes the guess work out of trying to determine if you should or should not park on the street during the winter months. Residents who have overnight guests or other immediate parking needs, may contact the police department at 763-428-3450 to make a “no tag” request. Absent any immediate snow removal needs, these are typically approved and will allow for temporary overnight parking during these prohibited times.