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Congratulations to the Town of Oconomowoc!
The Town was ranked #2 as the safest place to live in Wisconsin. Please visit safewise.com to read the full article.Thanks!
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.
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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
U.S. IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT (ICE), HOMELAND SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS (HSI), IS COMMITTED TO PROTECTING THE PUBLIC AND ENSURING THAT THE RIGHTS OF VICTIMS ARE CAREFULLY OBSERVED. HSI ADMINISTERS THE VICTIM NOTIFICATION PROGRAM WHICH ALLOWS ELIGIBLE VICTIMS AND WITNESSES TO OBTAIN RELIABLE AND TIMELY INFORMATION REGARDING A CRIMINAL ALIEN’S RELEASE FROM CUSTODY. HOWEVER, VICTIMS AND WITNESSES ARE REQUIRED TO REGISTER WITH ICE IN ORDER TO RECEIVE NOTIFICATION OF A CRIMINAL ALIEN’S RELEASE.
PLEASE CLICK ON THE ICE BADGE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
Boaters Safety Class
The Town of Oconomowoc Police Department will be hosting a Wisconsin DNR Boaters Safety Course.
The course is 10 hours of classroom instruction held at the Town of Oconomowoc, W359 N6812 Brown St. Oconomowoc, WI, on the following dates:
Monday April 27th 5:30pm-8:30pm, Wednesday April 29th 5:30pm-830pm, and Saturday May 2nd 9am-1pm.
Anyone interested should contact the Town of Oconomowoc Police Department at (920)474-4812. Space is limited so please call today!