Department News

Street Closures in Wake of Tropical Storm Irene

Please avoid the following roads until they are clear of fallen trees and powerlines

Lakeview Ave @ #66


Indian Lane

Upton Drive

Westford Road at Tyngsboro/Westford Town Line

Update on Power Outage in Town

Town Leaders and Emergency Management Team met Monday morning to discuss the next steps after Tropical Storm Irene.

As of noon Monday, there are approximately 1,000 homes in Tyngsborough without power. In Massachusetts there are still 335,650 residents without power. Outages are isolated pockets around town this includes a large area in the northeast section of Tyngsborough around Frost Rd. and  Lakeview Ave, including the Norris Road school complex.

We are continually updating National Grid with priorities for Tyngsborough. They are working to re-establish power and we will continue to update as more information becomes.

If you are a resident that does not have power at this time, please plan accordingly.

For those with medical needs that need access to power, call the Center Fire Station at 26 Kendall Road- 978-649-7671. If you have an emergency call 9-1-1.

The Tyngsborough Emergency Management Team

For the latest info on the Power Outage in Town  visit The Town of Tyngsborough Town Emergency Page [Click Here]

Advisory: Tyngsboro PD to conduct SWAT Training All Day Wednesday

Should you hear noises or notice heavy police activity on the corners of Indian Lane and Frost Road on Wednesday August 17, do not be alarmed.

The Tyngsborough Police Department along with a regional  SWAT Team will be honing their police tactical skills in a full day training session on two vacant homes.

According to Det./Sargent Mark Bourque, training is expected to begin at around 8 a.m. at the Tyngsborough Sportsmen Club on Westford Road.  At approximately 10  a.m. the training convoy will then move to Indian Lane.  This will last all afternoon —  signs indicating police training will be posted.

Tyngsboro PD is a member of the The North Eastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council (NEMLEC) a law enforcement council, composed of a consortium of 53 police and sheriff departments in Middlesex and Essex Counties. Member agencies operate pursuant to an inter-agency mutual aid and assistance agreement.  Members of the Police Department serve on the SWAT team and usually hold training every other Wednesdays at various sites around the region, according to Bourque.

For more info contact:

Chief W.F. Mulligan
Tyngsborough Police

Suspect wanted in connection to break-ins and Credit Card Fraud

The Tyngsborough police, in conjunction with the Amherst NH and Hudson NH police departments are looking to identify the following white male seen in the attached photos.  Subject is wanted for motor vehicle break in’s, as well as credit card fraud.  Subject appears to be approx. 5’06” to 5’08” tall, 150-160lbs. wearing plaid blue and white long shorts, white sneakers and sunglasses.  Short cropped black hair.  Please contact Det/Sgt. Mark J. Bourque with any information.  (978)649-7504 x131 or