Stowe Police Department


The Stowe Police Department is a full-service 24-hour a day law enforcement agency.

It is the mission of the Stowe Police Department to provide quality service in a professional, respectful, and ethical manner to the 4,300+ year-round residents and 8,000–10,000 visitors of the Ski Capital of the East.

Stowe Police Department is committed to excellence in law enforcement and dedicated to the people, traditions, and diversity of our town. We work in partnership with the community to preserve and improve the quality of life, making the town a safer, more pleasant place to live, work, and visit.

Stowe Police operates throughout the town’s 79 square miles of village streets, mountain trails, and the popular recreation path, and assists neighboring towns in their law enforcement efforts. As part of our community policing approach, we value open communication with residents, visitors, and neighbors as we strive to keep our community safe.

Stowe Police News

Contact Information

Emergency: Dial 911

Non-Emergency: (802) 253-7126

Stowe Police Department
350 S. Main St.
PO Box 730
Stowe, VT 05672

Popular Forms


This form is for reporting accidents or damage that you or your vehicle were involved in, but didn’t report at the scene of the vehicle accident or damage.


Stowe Police Department investigates and handles all dog related complaints. If you have questions or need assistance please call 802-253-7126.


Download this PDF for information about speed limits, street regulations, and parking restrictions in the Town of Stowe.

Recent Police Activity Reports

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Police Log 12-03-2018 9:01 am 12/04/2018
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Ticket Report 12-03-2018 8:57 am 12/04/2018
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Arrest Report 12-03-2018 8:58 am 12/04/2018

Quick Answers

Please appear in person with, or mail a check to, Stowe Police Department at 350 South Main Street, Stowe, VT 05672. Make all checks payable to Stowe Police Department.

Officers of the Stowe Police Department will investigate and handle any dog related complaints. If you have questions or need assistance please call the Stowe Police at (802) 253-7126

  • Dogs must be under CONTROL at all times. Dogs must be on a LEASH in the following designated areas: Stowe Recreation Path, any public parking lot, Memorial Park, and Cemetery Road.
  • Dogs are NOT allowed in public cemeteries.
  • All dogs over the age of 6 months must be currently licensed and be wearing the tag issued by the town clerk.
  • Owners are responsible for immediate and proper removal of their dog’s feces from any property other than their own.
  • Animal bites to any person or domestic animal or attempted bites should be reported immediately to the Health Officer at (802) 253-2705.
  • Dogs left out of doors must be under control, have adequate shelter for weather conditions, and have water available to them.
  • It is unlawful to leave an animal unattended in a standing or parked car in a manner that would endanger the health or safety of the animal. Even on a moderately warm day, in just minutes a car becomes an oven even with the windows cracked open. Pets can suffer from serious conditions such as heat stroke, brain damage, or even death when left in a hot car.
  • If you see a dog suffering in a hot car call the police immediately at (802) 253-7126!

If you see any strange acting raccoons, skunks, ravens, or other wildlife, contact Fish and Wildlife.

For dog license information please contact the Stowe Town Clerk at (802) 253-6133. Register for a dog license online here.

Dogs must be under control at all times and on a leash in certain areas. Dogs over six months must be licensed and wearing their tag. Dogs left outside must have adequate water and shelter. Dog owners must immediately and properly remove their dog’s feces from others’ property. Do not leave dogs in parked cars, even on mildly warm days; it is unlawful to do so.

Please submit a resume with a cover letter and a Town of Stowe Employment Application. Deliver it in person, mail to 350 South Main address, or email to For current job openings, see below.

Three (3) Hour Parking
There is a posted three (3) hour parking limit from 8:00 am – 6:00 pm in the Village area, including Main Street, Depot Street and School Street. Vehicles parked in excess of three (3) hours may be issued a parking ticket.

From November 15th to April 15th between the hours of 12:00 midnight and 6:00am for any public area as posted. Vehicles parked in violation of the parking ban may be issued a parking ticket.

Any vehicle parked on any street in the Town as to interfere with plowing of snow may be removed and may be issued a parking ticket.

Route 108 is currently CLOSED. Route 108 between Stowe and Jeffersonville, is CLOSED FOR WINTER TRAVEL from mid-October through mid-May and is closed to motor coaches, motorhomes and commercial vehicles year round.

Stowe Police Officers & Staff

Stowe Vermont Police Chief Donald B. Hull

Donald B. Hull

Chief of Police

Bruce Merriam – Sergeant

Kyle Walker – Sergeant

Frederick Whitcomb – Detective Sergeant

Anthony Mazzilli

Patrol Officer

Bruce Merriam


Christopher Rogers


Donald B. Hull

Chief of Police

Dustin Pray

Patrol Officer

Darron Tabor


Daniel Wierzbicki

Patrol Officer

Frederick Whitcomb

Detective Sergeant

James Sawyer


Kyle Walker


Matthew Fudala

Patrol Officer

Ryan Cashin

Patrol Officer

Scott Keene

Sr. Patrol Officer

Adam Pockette

Patrol Officer

Bruce Emerson

Patrol Officer

Brooke O'Steen


Christopher Jones

Patrol Officer

Christian Mellen

Patrol Officer

David Selby

Patrol Officer

Francis Gonyaw

Patrol Officer

Howard Alden

Patrol Officer

Jon Zygmuntowicz

Patrol Officer

Matthew Andrews

Patrol Officer

Stephen Holbrook

Patrol Officer

Steven Stewart

Patrol Officer


Full-Time Police Officer

Stowe Police Department is looking for a professional, community minded, ethical team player to join our department.

Stowe is a quintessential New England Community that is a high end four season resort community. The Stowe Valley is located between the Green Mountain and Worcester Mountain Ranges. Stowe is known as the “Ski Capital of the East” and is an outdoor recreation mecca. Complementing the outdoor experience is a wide array of dining, shopping and numerous special events (e.g. balloon festival, car shows, craft shows). Stowe is in close proximity to Burlington, Vermont, and within a day’s drive to Boston & Montreal.

Applicants must be 21 years of age, possess a High School diploma or equivalent, and possess a valid Driver’s License. Applicant must be able to perform all the essential functions involved with police duties. Police testing, including a physical fitness examination, polygraph, oral board, written exam, medical exam, fingerprint check, and extensive background check will be required of applicant selected. Non-certified applicants will be required to attend VT Police Academy. Preference shall be given to certified officers. Starting pay depends on qualifications and experience.

Send application along with letter of interest and resume to:

Stowe Police Department
Chief Donald Hull
350 South Main Street
Stowe, VT 05672