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Pursuant to the Responsible Sales and Use Tax Act (Proposition 413) approved by the City of Kingman voters on November 6, 2018, the City of Kingman’s Model City Tax Code will be amended to reflect a 1% decrease in the transaction privilege and use tax rate among most categories effective January 1, 2019. Click here for more information.

Police Department

2730 E Andy Devine Av
Kingman, AZ 86401

Phone: (928) 753-2191
Fax: (928) 753-2542

Lobby Hrs: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM (M-F except holidays)

Email: adminpd@cityofkingman.gov
Chief: Robert Devries

Neighborhood Services

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Neighborhood Services truckThe City of Kingman Neighborhood Services Officers are assigned to the Operations Division of the Kingman Police Department. Responsibilities include investigating complaints of public nuisances, dangerous and abandoned buildings, and other issues that affect quality of life.  Neighborhood Services Officers follow up on those complaints until compliance is gained.

Message to the Public

The Neighborhood Services Division is dedicated to improving the quality of life in neighborhoods through enforcement of City Codes and Ordinances. Our emphasis is on health and safety issues, as well as protection of property values. If you have questions regarding City Codes or Ordinances, please contact the Neighborhood Services Division.

The City of Kingman has initiated a citywide effort to protect the public health, safety and welfare of our community, as well as personal investment in property values and quality of life in your neighborhood. Municipal codes have been adopted to establish regulations in our community. For a list of the top 10 violations click the link above.

Your Kingman Police Neighborhood Services Officers

  • Tomas Silva
  • Adam Lucier
  • Chris Weintraub

Nuisance Abatement

The City of Kingman encourages all residential and commercial property owners to keep their properties clean and neat. Property owners should remove junk and abandoned vehicles, debris and trash from their properties, and keep weeds cut.

If necessary the City can take action to cause the clean-up of properties which have nuisances upon them. Nuisances include: noxious weeds, junk and trash, stagnant water, excessive smoke, fumes or soot, and unsafe/dilapidated buildings.

The City has a nuisance abatement program which assists in keeping properties clean and neat. Citizens can make inquiries regarding the program to any of the Neighborhood Services Officers at 753-2191. For additional information you can also call the Planning and Zoning Office at 753-8130.

Frequently Asked Questions

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  • Are Commercial Vehicles allowed to park in a residential area?

  • Am I allowed to park my Recreational Vehicle on my property?

  • I want to operate a business from my home, what am I required to do and what are some of the restrictions?

  • I have an old vehicle that does not run, can I store it on my property till I can restore or repair it?