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Some photos of events where our vehicles have been displayed…
If you’re interested in having our vehicles on display at your event simply choose a vehicle above and click on it. You will be taken to the reservations page where you can view the reservations calendar, rental policies, and all pertinent information you’ll need to make your reservation online. Our vehicles are available for free, however, we do ask you to make a donation to the museums’s vehicle restoration and maintenance fund to help us acquire and maintain these classic police vehicles.
New vehicles currently being restored by the museum
The museum is constantly adding new vehicles to our stable of antique exhibits and displays. Here are two that we are currently working on.
1948 Plymouth Special black and white. This restoration is in process through Ace Custom Fabrications. The vehicle was donated by the National Law Enforcement Museum to our museum due to our active historic vehicle program. This car is not original to our department but was used in the Hallmark movie “Runaway” with actor Dean Cain. It is expected to be available in Fall of 2018.
1960 Studebaker black and white. This restoration is in process and is being completed by the local Studebaker Club. This was titled as a Phoenix Police car and was located on a property in Yuma, Az. It is expected to be available in Fall of 2018.
Look here for the latest restoration updates…
Scott and his crew with Ace Custom Fabrication had a busy day on our 1948 Plymouth. Work was completed on the front end, bearings, seals, and brake lines. New brake hardlines were made and the brakes were bled. The front end clip was set back in place to check...
Our friend Scott at Ace Custom Fabrication spent the afternoon building a transmission tunnel for our 1948 Plymouth police car. (This is a conversion from a “3 speed in the tree” to an automatic transmission to make available to more of our volunteer drivers that do not drive manual transmission.) Scott welded and seam sealed the new work. With the addition on the vintage ac unit it will be nice and cool inside in the summer. There will still be room for the police radio underneath the ac unit. Check out the progress on Facebook at Ace Custom Fabrication.
Look for this beauty to be on the road soon…
Our steering shaft cleared the log type exhaust manifold but not the #7 spark plug boot. We dropped the column 2 inches and added two steering joints to solve the problem. Our new gauge kit with Auto Meter gauges required some machine work to fit the trim bezel but all in all, a nice kit.
Our 1950 Ford is out of commission again and had to be towed to the shop due to a fuel pump issue. We’ll let everyone know when it’s available again.
Stay in the know…
We regularly post the status of our restoration projects. We like to keep people up to date on the progress of our vehicles currently undergoing restoration. If you’d like us to add you to that list and stay in the know, please fill out the form below!
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Whether you’re an active Phoenix Police Department employee or just a citizen with a taste for history, a membership at the museum is the best way to both help us continue our legacy and enjoy the benefits of being involved in preserving our past.
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Open Monday through Friday
Closed Saturday and Sunday
9 A.M. -3 P.M.
(Last entrance at 2:30 P.M.)
*Service dogs are welcome
closed for holidays
New Year’s Day
Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday
Cesar Chavez Birthday (March 31)
The day after Thanksgiving
17 South 2nd Avenue
Historic City Hall 1st Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85003-2202
Admission is free, but we will gladly take donations!
The Phoenix Police Museum is an IRS approved non-profit 501C3 organization. We are supported by the generous monthly payroll deduction of more than 1,700 Police and City of Phoenix employees as well as donations from individuals and businesses.
Please note that there is active road construction in the area for Light Rail, please allow yourself extra time for travel in the downtown area. There is little to no parking meters along Jefferson Street at the present time. It is highly recommended to use the City of Phoenix parking garage located at 305 West Washington Street.
Meters - Hourly Rates
Meters cost $1.50 per hour and coin-only meters cost $1 per hour.
Most meters accept credit/debit cards and coins and others only accept coins.
Pay-by-cell is also available via the Pango Mobile Parking app for credit card enabled parking meter
Time limits generally vary by location. Time limits at metered locations can range from 15 minutes to as long as 8 hours. In most areas, the maximum duration is 2 hours. The parking time limits are posted on each meter.
ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Accessible Meters
Phoenix has several on-street accessible parking spaces throughout the downtown area. Each space is clearly marked with a special sign with the international symbol of access.
Vehicles displaying a valid ADA License Plate and/or Placard receive one hour of free parking once their parking meter has expired. Vehicles displaying a valid Purple Heart Recipient license plate also receive one free additional hour. This applies to all parking meters, not just the designated ADA Accessible parking meters. The nearest ADA paid parking meter is located just East of 2nd Avenue on Jefferson on the North side of the roadway.
305 PARKING GARAGE
The City of Phoenix parking garage is managed by Ace Parking and can be contacted at 1-888-223-7275. It does have Disable spots available and has a height restriction of vehicles of 8’2″. Wider vehicles must call ahead to make an appointment for a limited number of oversized vehicles. The cost of all parking is $4 per hour.
*We offer 1/2 off parking for visitors of the museum. Just ask for your coupon at the end of your visit*
How to get here...
From the Northwest Valley via I-17 South I-17 to I-10 East (exit 200A) Exit at 7th Avenue (exit 144A) and turn right Travel 1 mile to Jefferson Street and turn left Move to the left lane. Turn left into City Public Parking Garage between 4th and 3rd Avenues.
From the Northeast Valley via SR51 South SR51 to I-10 West Exit at 7th Avenue (exit 144A) and turn left Travel 1 mile to Jefferson Street and turn left. Move to the left lane. Turn left into City Public Parking Garage between 4th and 3rd Avenues.
From the West Valley via I-10 East Exit at 7th Avenue (exit 144A) and turn right Travel 1 mile to Jefferson Street and turn left. Move to the left lane Turn left into City Public Parking Garage between 4th and 3rd Avenues.
From the Southeast Valley via I-10 West Exit at 7th Avenue (exit 144) and turn left. Travel 1 mile to Jefferson Street and turn left. Move to the left lane. Turn left into City Public Parking Garage between 4th and 3rd Avenues.
Note: The parking garage has a second entrance on 4th Avenue between Jefferson and Washington.
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602.534.7278 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A donation of $25 is requested for groups of 10 persons or more. We require appropriate adult supervision ratio for children and special needs individuals. Normal group sizes are suggested to be no larger than 20 persons. It is best to schedule one month in advance if you are requesting a specific time and day.