The Dalles Police Department Bicycle Registration
We strongly suggest that everyone register his or her bicycles with the police department. The service is free and helps the police department return bikes that are turned into us to the rightful owner. Approximately sixty bicycles a year are turned in to the police department. If we are unable to match them with their owners, the bikes are sold at auction.
You do not need to bring your bicycle to the police department. Bring the make and model of the bicycle, serial number, color of the frame, color of trim, color of seat, how many speeds, type of bike (i.e. Mountain bike, free style, BMX type), and any added extras.
We will issue a license to adhere to your bicycle and fill out a registration card, which we will put in our computer, and also give you a copy for your records.
The City of The Dalles, Oregon, is situated in the north-central part of the state on the Columbia River, the nation's second largest river. It is the county seat and the largest community in Wasco County. The Dalles is one of Oregon's most historical cities and was known earlier in its history as the town at the end of the Oregon Trail. The city was first incorporated by the Oregon Territorial Government in 1857 as “Dalles City” and was made the county seat shortly thereafter.
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The Dalles City Hall
313 Court Street
The Dalles, Oregon 97058
P: (541) 296-5481