Sac Sheriff

Marine Enforcement Detail

3846 Bazley Way
Mather, CA 95655
FAX: 916-876-7549

Public hours:
9:00 am - 7:00 pm

Related Contacts:
United States Coast Guard Station Rio Vista

The mission of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Marine Enforcement Detail is to provide a safe boating environment for the citizens and boating community of Sacramento County. To accomplish this mission, we provide education and information to members of the boating community, enforce State and local ordinance to ensure safe boat operations, and train and prepare for emergency response in case of a boat accident or natural disaster.

The Marine Enforcement Detail is responsible for patrolling the river and Delta regions within Sacramento County. The patrol area ranges from the Sacramento River north of Downtown Sacramento to the Delta/San Joaquin River. The Marine Enforcement Detail is permanently staffed 365 days a year with highly trained Marine Enforcement Deputies.


To request a vessel inspection for the purposes of mooring or anchoring in any Sacramento County waterway please visit the Mooring Permit page.


A permit issued by the Sheriff is required for any vessel to be moored, anchored, grounded, placed or otherwise located in any waterway of Sacramento County for a period exceeding fourteen (14) days. This fourteen (14) day period is consecutive and will commence upon written notice by the Sheriff. If you wish to review all the language included in the Mooring and Sanitation Ordinance, please download the SCC Mooring and Sanitation document.

Inspection Request

To request an inspection by mail you may download a copy of the Mooring Permit Application Form and mail the completed form to the following address:

Marine Enforcement Detail
3846 Bazley Way
Mather, CA 95655

Sheriff's Office is a Contract Agency for the SAVE Program

The SAVE (Surrendered and Abandoned Vessel Exchange) grant program is designed to remove, reduce and prevent abandoned recreational vessels from entering our waterways. This helpful and proactive program is administered by California State Parks Division of Boating and Waterways (DBW). Commercial vessels are not covered under this program. The SAVE program, formerly called the Abandoned Watercraft Abatement Fund and the Vessel Turn In Program has provided millions of dollars in grants and has successfully removed thousands of vessels.

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