- Community Safety
Please remember whenever children are present on or about any street, sidewalk, playground, camp, or recreation area, no person shall operate a motor vehicle at a speed in excess of 15 miles per hour.
No person shall, between the hours of 7 a.m and 10 p.m on any day, park any motor vehicle, trailer, wagon, or other conveyance upon, or in the roadside, curb, or shoulder area immediately in front of the tract of land occupied by the City Hall for any period of time exceeding 2 hours.
Winter parking ordinance is in effect from November 1 to May 1. No parking on any city street or in municipal lots from 2 a.m. to 6 a.m.
Learn more about Lake Patrol and boating safety.
Waukesha County Humane Officer Program
Waukesha County's Humane Officer Program has an excellent website that provides information on a variety of subjects. The website will tell you more about their program and the services they provide. There is also information on stray animals, animal abuse / cruelty, licensing and other important information.
Emergency Response Plan
Reverend Janis Doleschal, our Police Chaplain, developed the document linked below to assist houses of worship develop an emergency response plan. If you have any questions about this document please contact Jan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Instructions for Formulating an Emergency Response Plan
Publications covering a range of topics from anti-bullying and decision making for juveniles to emergency preparedness, protecting yourself from identity theft and how to deal with domestic violence are available for free at both the Public Safety Building and City Hall. The documents are provided to the department by L.A.W. Publications and funded by partnerships with local businesses and organizations.
Anonymous Controlled Substance Disposal
Anyone may anonymously turn in illegal controlled substances and/or paraphernalia to a sworn Officer at the Public Safety Building. It is still unlawful to possess these items, unless you have come to the department specifically to turn them in for disposal. The intent of this program is not legalize controlled substances and/or paraphernalia, but to provide the service to store and destroy them safely for anyone wishing to turn them over for that purpose. Department members have been directed to collect items under this policy without making any effort to identify the person(s) turning them in. Ideally, we can help those wishing to combat their addiction(s) by collecting these items and making treatment options available to them. A list of treatment providers for addiction problems is available here for anyone abandoning items under this program. The program is open to anyone, regardless of where they live.