Weaverville Town Hall
Open MON – FRI: 8:30am -5:00pm
The Weaverville Police Department proudly serves the growing and changing needs of the Town of Weaverville. They work diligently to ensure the safety and well-being of every Weaverville resident and visitor. The Weaverville Police Department is located in the lower level of Town Hall.
The administrative staff is available Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and can be reached by calling (828) 645-5700.
Email the department at [email protected].
Chief Ron Davis with Girl Scouts
Chief Ron Davis served as Assistant Police Chief for Fletcher Police Department for almost eight years prior to being appointed as Chief of Police for the Town of Weaverville. Davis holds an advanced law enforcement certification and is a certified criminal investigator. He is a police instructor at Blue Ridge Community College and has had numerous roles in law enforcement, including as a police officer, a criminal investigator for the 29B District Attorney’s office, Sheriff’s Department detective, and has served as an international police advisor. Davis is also a veteran of the United States Army, where he served in the Army National Guard and as a paratrooper and sergeant of an airborne infantry squadron.
The Weaverville Police Department is organized within the following divisions:
The men and women within the Patrol Division are committed to preventing and combating crime in the Town of Weaverville. All patrol officers are highly trained and adept in responding to emergency and other calls for service and are committed to a mission of preserving the peace and protecting the public.
Aside from responding to dispatched calls for service, officers are encouraged and held accountable for true problem-solving efforts – initiatives that make a significant impact upon the community. These efforts are monitored by supervisors. The department proactively initiates saturation patrols and special enforcement details. Alcohol stings, speed enforcement, driving while impaired enforcement, etc. The Patrol Division continues to focus on the criminal cycle involving theft, fraud, and narcotics-related issues. It utilizes educational strategies to raise the awareness of citizens and businesses, coupled with selective and proactive enforcement actions, to impact and reduce such crimes.
The Weaverville Police Department is dispatched by Buncombe County Communications.
The Weaverville Police Department Investigation Division is responsible for investigating all major felony crimes from the crime scene through the investigation and into Court. In addition, the Investigation Division is responsible for investigating some misdemeanors and other felonies.
This Division is also responsible for maintaining the department’s evidence room, pawnshop detail, domestic violence/sex crimes, crime scene photography, background screening, forensics, and business crimes.
The mission of the Evidence Custodian is to accept, catalog, safeguard, store, produce as required for court, return to the legal owner or otherwise legally dispose of all property coming into the custody of the Weaverville Police Department.
Property received by the Evidence Custodian includes evidence related to all crimes investigated by the Weaverville Police Department and contains general property of all descriptions. All property coming into and leaving the Evidence Section is subject to strict legal constraints.
If you need to pay a parking ticket citation, please visit our online payment platform and choose “Parking Ticket Payment” from the dropdown menu. Make sure you have your 4 digit citation number available to pull up your information.
Once your details are pulled up on the screen, follow the prompts to complete your payment.
The following programs and services are provided by the Weaverville Police Department. Unless otherwise noted, please contact the Police Department at (828) 645-5700 if you would like additional information about the programs.
Does the Weaverville Police Department provide fingerprinting services?
No, you will need to go to the Buncombe County Detention facility for this service.
Can I swim and / or fish in Lake Louise?
Swimming and boating are both prohibited in Lake Louise.
Fishing is permitted in Lake Louise as long as you follow all rules and regulations established by the North Carolina Fish and Wildlife Commission. If you are over age 16 you must also have a fishing permit issued by North Carolina. Those under 16 must have a licensed adult with them to fish at Lake Louise.
How do I contact the Police Department?
Please call (828) 645-5700 to contact the Police Department for non-emergency issues. If you have an emergency, please call 911.
How can I find out when my court date is?
Your court date is noted on your citation or you can contact the Buncombe County Clerk of Court at (828) 259-3402.
How can I get a copy of an accident or incident report?
You can normally get a copy of your report within three (3) business days. Certain factors can extend this time period though. It is best to contact the police department to make sure it has been released prior to your arrival.
You may pick up your report in person at the Weaverville Police Department Monday thru Friday between the hours of 8:30a – 12 noon & 1:00pm -5:00pm, or you may send a self-addressed stamped envelope to:
Weaverville Police Department Post Office Box 338, Weaverville, NC 28787. The Weaverville Police Department does not fax or e-mail reports.