City of Sault Ste Marie Police Department Annual  Reports

2012 Annual Report

2013 Annual Report

2014Annual Report

2015 Annual Report

2016 Annual Report

2017 Annual Report

City Snowmobile Use


The City has a snowmobile ordinance.   Please review the Ordinance.

The Sault Ste Marie Snowmobile Association has a web site with trail mas and information.  Visit there web site at

Sex Offender List

Snowmachines on Streets


Please read the Snowmobile Ordinance


No ATV's or ORV's (wheeled or tracked) are allowed on City streets or City trails.
Speed limits on City Streets are 20mph.
Operation is PROHIBITED in the City between the hours of 1:00am. to 6:00am.
Must come to a complete stop at each and every intersection even if the intersection is not posted for a stop.
Operation on City streets is restricted to only the far right hand portion of the street that has been plowed.
Operation is prohibited on snow banks, sidewalks, or bicycle paths.
No person shall operate a snowmachine on the private property of another person, unless posted Open to Snowmobiles.
Operator shall hand signal all turns and stop

City Snowmobile Street Maps are available at the City Police Dept. 





Starting July 1, 2008....Until they're 8 YEARS OLD or 4'9", children MUST use a booster seat.
Until children are 8 years old or 4'9" they can be too big for a child car seat but too small for a safety belt. A booster seat makes safety belts fit properly and reduces the risk of injury in a crash.






An owner,operator,person in charge of, in possession,exercising control over or responsible for a motor vehicle, whether in operation or parked, on public or private property, from which sound,music,noise,loud voices and the like, produced by radio,phonograph,stereo system,compact disc player, cassette player, eight track, television set, amplified or unamplified musical instrument,microphone, sound system,sound amplification device or any other means of sound production, is plainly audible at a distance of thirty(30) feet from the vehicle which is the source of the above referenced noise is guilty of a misdemeanor. 

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

 U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), is committed to

protecting the public and ensuring that the rights of victims are carefully observed.  HSI administers the Victim

Notification Program which allows eligible victims and witnesses to obtain reliable and timely information

regarding a criminal alien's release from custody.  However, victims and witnesses are required to register with

our agency in order to receive notification of a criminal alien's release.


Listed below is a universal resource locator for the HSI Victim Notification Program.  A victim or witness can simply click on the hyperlink and be transferred to a number of valuable victim services programs provided by ICE.


Tri-County Drug Enforcement Taskforce


Recognizing that the illicit narcotics trade in the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan is an ongoing

threat to the safety of its communities and citizens, stemming from local and regional sources and

international sources via the shared border with Canada; law enforcement agencies within Chippewa,

Mackinaw, and Luce Counties have agreed to pool their resources to form the TRI-county Drug

Enforcement Team (TRIDENT). TRIDENT will work to identify illicit drug trafficking trends,

individuals, and organizations to collectively and aggressively enforce the local, state, and federal

drug use and trafficking laws.

Tip Line: 906-630-0249 Email:

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