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Wheatland is the largest town in Platte County and provides easy access to scenic and recreational areas. The Town of Wheatland is set amid farms and ranches that are irrigated by the largest privately owned irrigation system in the United States. Wheatland is inhabitated by a current population of approximately 3,500 people.  Wheatland has a nine-hole public golf course, three city parks, a swimming pool, tennis courts, Laramie Peak Museum, library, bowling alley, movie theater and fairgrounds.

Wheatland is a family-centered community and supports many church and civic activities. Primarily an agricultural community, Wheatland boasts a large, clean industrial plant and many small businesses. For a community of this size, Wheatland is proud of the medical facilities at the Platte County Memorial Hospital and Nursing Home. Doctors aren’t in short supply in this forward thinking community.

Wheatland Police Department Officers serve the community 24 hours a day and are available at any hour for your assistance.

The Wheatland Police Department started as most small towns did on their inception with a town Marshall.  It was not until 1944 that Wheatland got its first Chief of Police, John F. Merback.  Chief Merback had been with the town as a … more...
     The Wheatland Police Department will strive to maintain a safe environment to live, work, and visit by furnishing the highest quality of law enforcement, support services, and public information available to us. 
     We will professionally interact with our community by being highly visible and ensuring each police contact is carried out fairly, impartially, and with respect.
     We will achieve our mission through professional standards, continual education, and training of our officers.