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You should call 911 for emergencies only. An emergency is when immediate police, fire, or ambulance assistance is necessary. When you call, be prepared to state the location of your emergency, type of emergency, your name, and your phone number.
Stay calm and be prepared to answer a list of questions concerning your emergency.
If you accidentally dial 911, please do not hang up. Stay on the line and let the telecommunicator know it was an accident.
Fingerprinting and criminal background checks are done at:
City County Bureau of Identification
3301 Hammond Road
Phone: (919) 856-6300
You can contact the Apex Fire Department at (919) 362-4001 and speak with a car seat installation technician about installing your car seat.
Parking tickets can be paid at the Apex Town Hall 73 Hunter Street and placed in the night drop box or inside in the Finance Department. If paid inside, they must be paid between 8 am and 5 pm, Monday through Friday. State citations (not parking tickets) can be paid online here.
If you see an animal that appears to be rabid call (919) 362-8661 and report the location of the animal. Do not attempt to capture the animal. Animals with rabies will show behavioral changes, they can be excited, aggressive, depressed or lethargic. They may be uncoordinated and unfocused on the activity or presence of humans around them.
Some animals that carry rabies are raccoons, foxes, and bats. These animals, which normally avoid humans, are nocturnal and it is unusual for them to be out in daylight hours.
If you are bitten by a domestic animal, North Carolina state law requires that it be reported to the police department.
If you locate a stray animal, please call Wake County Animal Control at (919) 250-1475.
Please go to the Town of Apex Job Opportunities page to check current openings.
Please go to our records section for information on how to obtain a copy of a police report.
No, the Apex Police Department does not require alarm registry.
You will need to contact the Wake County Clerk of Court at (919) 792-4000.
For information on when to stop for a school bus go to NC Bus Safety.
For information on navigating roundabouts go to NC DOT.