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Congratulations to the Town of Oconomowoc!
The Town was ranked #2 as the safest place to live in Wisconsin. Please click on the safewise.com logo or the photo below to read the full article.Thanks!
Hunting in the Town of Oconomowoc for the 2014 season:
- Click the links for a detailed map where hunting will be allowed in the Town of Oconomowoc. Maps have been updated for the 2014 season.
Uniform emergency service signage
Uniform emergency service signage. The requirements of §§ 85-1 through 85-8 shall remain in full force and effect; however, the requirement to place house numbers on posts within 75 feet of the main roadway shall no longer be required. Further, it is required that each property owner comply with the following uniform emergency service signage regulations for the purpose of public health, safety and welfare.
Click Here for Ordinance.
Over the past several weeks, the Town of Oconomowoc has taken several reports involving thefts from vehicles. In all cases the vehicles were unlocked. It appears the people doing this are looking for cash and small electronics.
It is very important for residents to secure valuables in your homes. Lock your vehicles. Put them in the garage if possible. If you have vehicles outside, leave outside lights on.
We are conducting extra patrols in the area that are being targeted. We do need your help, however in reporting any suspicious activity in your neighborhoods. Including: Hearing unusual noises outdoors, dogs barking (unusual circumstances), motion lights going on and off,and actually seeing someone in your yard or driveway by vehicles.
We are doing all we can to keep you and your neighborhood safe and secure. Please help us in that regard. Please contact us with any questions or information you may have. Dispatch Center 262-567-4401. For emergency please dial 911.
TOWN OF OCONOMOWOC
2014 TRICK OR TREAT
Trick or Treating in the Town is Saturday, October 25th, 2014 from 6pm-8pm.
Everyone loves a good scare on Halloween, but not when it comes to child safety. There are several easy and effective behaviors that parents can share with kids to help reduce their risk of injury.
Please take a moment to consider some basic safety tips & precautions to help make your children’s Halloween a safer night of fun provided by National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. Click Here