City of Linn Valley Police Department
In case of emergency call 911 Non-Emergency Dispatch 913-795-2666
Linn County Crimestoppers 1-800-471-8477
Police protection for the City of Linn Valley is provided by the Linn Valley Police Department with cooperation and assistance as needed from the Linn County Sheriff’s Department. Reports of theft or any other reports may be made during office hours at the Linn Valley City Hall. City Hall 913-757-2926
Linn Valley Police Officers
Linn Valley Chief of Police
Corey J. Murrison, Appointed 10/01/2010
Full Time Officer
Joe Rogers, Appointed 7/13/2009
City Of Linn Valley Animal Control
The City of Linn Valley has a leash law. The City of Linn Valley has a farm animal control ordinance. The City also has an ordinance regulating the possession of pit bull dogs and other similar breeds.
City license tags are required for dogs, All dogs residing within the limits of the City are required to be licensed and registered with the City. City tags are due annually on May 1st. All dog owners must show proof of rabies vaccinations. It is unlawful for owners to allow their dog(s) to run at large at in time within the City. Dogs must be confined to the premises of their owners. If a dog is off the premises of their owner, the dog must be under the voice and visual control of a person 18 years or older, be on a leash, or in a cage, a car or other conveyance.
Nuetered or sprayed dogs- $3.00 each
All other dogs- $8.00 each
Three or more dogs- kennel fee- $25.00