Marshal Service

The City Marshal unit is a Division of the Police Department. The City Marshals are responsible for the enforcement of Property Maintenance ordinance(s), Municipal Court Security and Municipal Warrant/Complaint service. As well as prisoner and mental health transport. 

The City Marshal unit is comprised of five (5) full time employees. Three (3) members are certified as Peace Officers through the Council of Law Enforcement/Education Training (CLEET) and are commissioned by the Chief of Police for the service of Municipal Warrant and complaints. All five members are certified Code Enforcement Officers through the Oklahoma Code Enforcement officers Association. 

To reach the City Marshal Division, Please call 405-262-2000 or email at [email protected]

Code Enforcement

The enforcement of Municipal Ordinance related to violations of Property Maintenance (chapter 264) include:

  • Tall Weed/Grass
  • Derelict Vehicles and Structures
  • Signage Violations
  • Nuisance Violations
  • Abandoned Household Appliances

Municipal Court Security

The City Marshal provides municipal courtroom security and serves as the municipal bailiff. Municipal court is held every Thursday in the Municipal Council Chambers. 

Municipal Warrant/Complaint Service

Municipal warrants issued by the Municipal Court and signed by the Municipal Judge are served through by and through the Marshal Unit. In addition, the Marshals serve citizens' complaints filed by private individuals as necessary. 

Property Maintenance codes can be found under Chapter 264 of the Municipal Code. Click the link below for access to the City of El Reno Municipal Code and Ordinances. 

City of El Reno Codes and Ordinances