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In some cases additional requirements must be satisfied before a vehicle will be released from impound. For this reason, the Johnston Police Department recommends that vehicle owners contact the Johnston Police Department prior to making claim for their vehicle to ensure that they have all the necessary documentation required to complete their vehicle release request.
Impound release information can be obtained Monday-Friday between 8:00AM-4:00PM (Excluding holidays) by contacting the Johnston Police Departments records section at (515) 278-2345. Email inquires can also be directed to email@example.com
Additional information regarding vehicle impounds can also be obtained on our website under the police departments “services” tab
The Johnston Police Department’s records section is available Monday-Friday between 8:00AM-4:00PM (Excluding holidays) and can be reached at (515) 278-2345. Email requests or inquires can also be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Traffic Complaint forms and additional traffic complaint information can be obtained on our website under the police departments “services” tab. You can also contact the Johnston Police Department directly at (515) 278-2345.
Fine payments for TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS AND OTHER SIMPLE MISDEMEANOR CITATIONS issued by the Johnston Police Department are not accepted at the Johnston City Hall or Police Department. Payment for these violations should be directed to the Polk County Clerk of Courts Office. Payments can be dropped off or mailed to the Polk County Clerk of Court at 500 Mulberry Street - Room #212, Des Moines, Iowa 50309. Payments may also be made on-line at www.iowacourts.gov
If you have questions or would like further clarification regarding how or where to direct a fine payment you can contact the Johnston Police Department at 515-278-2345 or the Polk County Clerk of Courts Office at 515-286-3917
A list of capital improvement projects currently planned over the next 10 years that would be funded through the stormwater utility are available.