The Town of Oconomowoc Police Department is located at W359 N6812 Brown St. (at the corners of Hwy P and Hwy K), in the same building as the town hall.
If you have an Emergency DIAL 9-1-1. If need to speak with a Town Officer please contact the Waukesha County Non-Emergency number (262)446-5070. If you have an administrative question, you can call our office M-F 8am-4pm at (920)474-4812.
Fingerprints are offered by appointment only on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursdays between 9:00am-10:00am. A $25 fee will be charged. Cash or check are only accepted.
All traffic and municipal ordinance violation citations can be paid online or at the Lake Country Municipal Court at 630 E. Wisconsin Ave Suite 100. Oconomowoc, WI 53066. To pay online, simply visit https://client.pointandpay.net/web/LakeCountryMunicipalCourt 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please make sure you have your citation. If you have any further questions about changing your court date or your citation please contact the Lake County Municipal Court at (262)569-0920. Please note the Municipal Court's new location above.
You can pay a municipal parking citation you received at our Police Department W359 N6812 Brown Street. The fine can be sent in the envelope provided with the citation, or it can be paid in person. It must be paid within 7 days. It can be contested, however there is a $45 fee for a court date. Please contact our office with any questions.
You must request a copy of your driving record or driving status through the WI Department of Transportation website. Please visit https://wisconsindot.gov/
No person under the age of 18 shall congregate, loiter, wander, stroll, stand or play upon any public street, sidewalk, highway, road, alley, park, vacant lot, public building, place of amusement or entertainment, or any public place within the Town of Oconomowoc, either on foot or in or upon any conveyance being driven or parked thereon, between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. unless accompanied by his or her parent, spouse, guardian or other adult person having legal care or custody of such person.
Yes, Our Officers will respond to vehicle lock outs. However, a vehicle lockout waiver form must be signed prior to our Officer opening the vehicle.
YES. Any open fire(outside of a burn barrel) requires a burning permit issued by the fire Chief of your fire district. Exceptions are for outdoor cooking or a campfire the size of which cannot exceed 2'x2'x2'.
The Town of Oconomowoc DOES NOT pick up stray animals. We contract with HAWS the Humane Animal Welfare Society for stray animal complaints. Please call HAWS at: (262) 542-8851. When necessary, HAWS rents humane live traps for animals requiring capture and relocation. If you are having a problem with a wild animal, call the HAWS shelter at 262-542-8851.
Other Wildlife Resources
Wildlife in Need Center