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You can obtain Overnight Parking Permission by calling (414) 471-8430 prior to 3:00 am. Overnight Parking Permission is limited to:
* guests * stalled vehicles * vehicles affected by a construction project which makes off street parking impossible * fifteen (15) nights per vehicle, per year.
Snow EmergencyDuring the time of a declared Snow Emergency, you may not park on any street. You will not receive overnight parking permission and the police department will declare all existing parking permissions null and void. Overnight Parking Permission
You can pay your Parking citations by internet, phone, mail, or in person at the police department. For more details see Pay a Parking Ticket
Petition forms can be obtained on line OR at the Police Department Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm located at: 1700 N. 116 St. Wauwatosa, WI Online Forms and Information
The Business Office serving the general public is open Monday through Friday from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm.
On Saturday and Sunday the Business Office is open from 3:00 pm to 11:00 pm.
On all holidays, we close at 11:00 pm the night prior and reopen at 7:00 am the next regular business day.
The Records Department is open Monday through Friday from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm.
For more reporting years, click here: Calls For Service Table
If you lose or find a pet, also call The Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission. Their non-emergency phone number is (414) 649-8640. Their emergency phone number is (414) 274-9275. MADACC is responsible for housing stray pets in the Milwaukee area. They are located at 3839 W. Burnham St. in West Milwaukee. MADACC also has a website, which features photos of pets they are holding. Click here for their website: MADACC
An Internet Web site is maintained by the state Department of Corrections. Visitors to the site can identify offenders with searches by name or ZIP code. Click here for the website: WI Sex Offender Registry
Because false alarms require response by public safety personnel, involve unnecessary expense to the city, increase the risk of injury to persons or damage to property, and dilute the overall public safety protection to the city. Per City Ordinance 7.08.005, persons connected to an alarm system shall pay to the city a charge for false alarms responded to by the police department.
Note: Alarm fees not paid by November 15th will be placed on the property tax bill.
For more information, click here: False Alarm Prevention and Fees