Gary D. Keeler
Welcome to Public Safety
We want to make available to you information concerning our community and our agency as a public service. Here, you will be able to find information concerning our department, services we provide, and other related material. We welcome you to our website, and hope to answer as much of your questions as possible.
No municipal service is more important than protecting public safety. The City of Biggs' approach to safety starts with prevention through 24-hour police patrolling, standards in planning and construction, and enforcement of City codes. Biggs is carefully preparing for contingency response through emergency planning, back-up equipment and facilities, safe-guarded utilities, and broad communications tools. Police and fire protection teams are well-trained, well-equipped, and consistently within a few minutes' response.
Biggs is proud of its partnership with Gridley in providing the Gridley-Biggs Police Department. View more.
Contact information and office hours:
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday,
City of Biggs
P.O. Box 307
Biggs, CA 95917
(530) 868-5590/Police office
See It, Report It
If you are aware a crime is being or has been committed in Biggs, please notify the Gridley-Biggs Police. If it is not a 9-1-1 emergency, you can call 868-5590 to make a report 24 hours a day. The eyes a of local citizens can make the difference in effectively preventing and responding to law enforcement problems.
If you would like to bring attention to a code enforcement issue, please contact City Hall at 868-5447. You can remain anonymous, or you can identify yourself and receive follow-up communication from the city code enforcement officer.
Code enforcement includes neighborhood health and safety problems like, outdoor marijuana cultivation, abandoned large appliances, and household garbage not contained within the waste bins. Code enforcement also includes visual blight like broken windows, debris on front lawns, excessive weeds, and broken down vehicles.
Air Quality Bulletin Release
04/30/09: Current Air Quality Info On the City Services
City of Biggs Fire Department -- Burn Permits
Biggs partners with California Department of Forestry (CalFire) for top-notch fire protection in the Biggs and its surrounding area. Phone number 868-5834. View Butte County Fire Rescue. Fire prevention and protection information.
Burn Permits are required year round. No fee required. Available at Biggs Fire Station, 434 "B" Street. Burn hours are 6:00 am to 11:00 am May 1 through October 31 and 6:00 am to 2:00 pm November 1 through April 30 on permissible burn days. Pile size 4-foot diameter maximum and 10 foot clearance is required.