If you have questions about pets, parking, and other police related topics, please read below to see if your answer can be answer. If not, please Contact Us
Crime Tip Line
A 24 hour "anonymous tip" line is available. The number is 1-800-I-C-CRIME.
Dogs over 5 months of age must be vaccinated and licensed within the village. Licenses can be obtained from the Village Clerk's Office. For more information on Dog Licensing click HERE.
No animal shall be allowed to run at-large in the village. All animals must be tied or enclosed in a proper enclosure so as not to allow said animals to interfere with passing public or neighbors.
Owners shall not allow solid fecal matter of animals to deposit on any street alley or other public or private property unless such matter is immediately removed.
No dogs, cats or other animals shall be permitted in any public cemetery or park.
Missing pets should be reported to the Police Department at 527-2145
The Village of New Glarus has the following curfew restrictions:
Any person under the age of 16, must be accompanied by a legal guardian, between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. on Sunday through Thursday and between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.
Any person under the age of 18, 16 or older, must be accompanied by a legal guardian, between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. on Sunday through Thursday and between the hours of 12 midnight and 6:00 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.
For additional information or exceptions to curfew please contact the New Glarus Police Department at 527-2145.
Alternate-side Winter parking begins November 15th of each year and ends March 31 of each year. This requires anyone parking a vehicle on a village street to park on the even side of the street on even days and on the odd side of the street on odd days, which is enforced between 1:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. This means you should park on the side of the street where houses have even numbers on the even days and vice versa. Note: Don't forget that the enforcement begins at 1:00 a.m., so if you park your car before midnight, remember to park the vehicle on the correct side of the street bearing in mind that the date will change at midnight . Also, December 31st is followed by January 1st, and January 31st is followed by February 1st, which are both two odd days in a row, so park accordingly.
If you live on a street with No Parking on one side, the alternate-side winter parking does not apply to that area. There are also areas in the village that are exempt from the winter parking ordinance, so if you have any questions, contact the New Glarus Police Department at 527-2145.
If you have a vehicle that cannot be moved in accordance with the ordinances, please contact the Police Department with your request the night before your vehicle would be subject to enforcement action. Please do not wait until you receive a parking citation.
There are also restrictions on the parking of vehicles with a weight in excess of 12,000 pounds, length over 19 feet or height more than 8 feet from the roadway, including trailers, boat or snowmobile trailers, busses, campers, farm implements, or recreation vehicles.
Moving in to the State
Both drivers and vehicles licenses must be applied for as soon as you establish residency in Wisconsin; there is no grace period.
Vehicle registration applications and driver's manuals may be obtained at the New Glarus Police Department or at Wisconsin DOT office which is located at 815 1st Avenue in Monroe. The phone number is (608) 325-3185
Riding or operating skateboards, roller skis, roller blades, in-line skates, roller skates or other similar play vehicle is prohibited on any roadway, any village sidewalk within the business district, any public parking lot, in Veteran's Memorial Park and on private property without owner's consent. It is also unlawful to operate play vehicles between the hours of 10 p.m. and 8 a.m
Warning Siren System
The Village of New Glarus Civil Defense Warning System includes an outdoor warning system for tornados located at the corner of 7th Avenue and 5th Street. Should a tornado warning be issued for Green County, the Green County Dispatch will activate the warning system. The siren will be a steady blare. This warning system is intended as an outdoor warning system and residents are encouraged to use emergency weather radios, television, radio and weather apps to keep informed of dangerous weather. Green County Emergency Management provides emergency weather preparedness information on their website: www.greencountyem.com.