Police & Safety
How do I submit a crime tip?
The Floyd County Sheriff's Department offers an anonymous Crime Tip Phone number of 812-948-FCSD or you may submit your anonymous tip through their website at the address below
How do I report an American Disabilities Act (ADA) issue?
To report an ADA issue, please contact Don Lopp, ADA Coordinator at 812.948.4110 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I report a Pothole/Hazardous Road Condition on a County Road?
The Floyd County Highway Department is responsible for the repair of all Floyd County bridges and patching of all county roads and highways.*
*Please note the Floyd County Highway Department is responsible for County roads and not for streets within the City of New Albany limits. Please contact the City of New Albany Street Department concerning potholes on city streets.
Contact Floyd County Highway Department
812.923.3041 / 812.923.9472
How do I report an environmental issue?
To report an environmental issue please visit the Floyd County Health Department's website and complete an Environmental Complaint Form.
What are the rules for cleanup and inspection of a property contaminated with drug making chemicals?
For more information on the State of Indiana processes when a clanestine drug making site is identified please click on the link below.
How do I search for properties that have been identified as prior clandestine drug making sites in my community?
The Indiana Methamphetamine Investigation System provides an online register of clandestine lab addresses. Please click on the link below for more information.
How do I sign up for the Floyd County Mass Notification System?
Floyd County, Indiana is excited to announce the launch of the Alert Floyd County Mass Notification System. The Mass Notification System is an Emergency Alert System that will alert the residents of Floyd County on weather, imminent threats to health and safety as well as informational notifications that affect your locations or work environments.
This service allows you to opt-in to receive notifications via phone calls, text messaging, e-mail and more based on locations you care about. You can choose to receive notifications about events that may affect your home, workplace and more.
How do I use the Text to 9-1-1?
'Text to 911' services allow people who are deaf, hard of hearing, and/or speaking impaired to access emergency call centers by sending a text to 911 in lieu of making a voice call. The service also allows residents in dangerous situations who are unable to risk the noise of a call to send a text for help.
If using 'Text to 911', please put your location in the message!