Marshfield Police Department
110 West 1st Street
Marshfield, WI 54449
Outer Lobby: 24 X 7 with phone to Dispatch
(includes drop box for fines/tickets)
Inner Lobby: Monday - Friday 7:30 - 4:30 PM
(includes pharmaceutical drop box)
Non-emergency Dispatch: 715-387-4394
Business Line: 715-384-3113
Fax Line: 715-384-0823
Chief of Police Rick Gramza
to the Marshfield Police Department
Rabies and Pet License Clinic
When: Saturday, January 14, 2017
Where: Marshfield Mall (please use Furniture and Appliance Mart entrance only)
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 P.M. (NOON)
REMINDER: OVERNIGHT PARKING RESTRICTIONS IN OUR CITY
NOVEMBER THROUGH APRIL
Overnight parking on city streets or in city-owned parking lot during the months of November through April is not permitted between the hours of 2:30 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. There may be certain exceptions and permission will be granted at the discretion of the shift commander by calling Wood County Dispatch at 715-387-4394. However, no vehicles are permitted on city streets during a declared snow emergency.
For city-owned parking lots, a permit may be purchased at the police department to enable parking between these hours in designated areas only of specified city lots. The permit for all-night parking in a city-owned lot does NOT allow the holder of the permit to park the vehicle on the street during the night.
Parking regulations as stated above apply unless a street is otherwise signed or a snow emergency has been declared pursuant to Section 13-35(3) of the city's municipal colde.
The ordinance was created for ease of street maintenance and snowplowing.
New Law Banning Use of Cell Phones While Driving in Construction Zones
A new law took effect Saturday, October 1st that bans Wisconsin drivers from talking on their cell phones in construction zones.
Drivers will still be able to talk on the phone if they use hands-free devices. But, if you're caught holding a phone to your ear, you'll get a ticket and face fines of up to $178.
The Wisconsin DOT said there have been nearly 10,000 crashes in construction zones from 2011 - 2015.
"Most of the injuries and deaths occurring in construction zones are actually motorists, people driving through those areas, so that's equally as important as protecting the workers out there," Capt. Steve Krueger of the Wisconsin State Patrol said.
Texting while driving is already banned in Wisconsin.
The new construction zone law goes into effect Saturday.
School Bus Warning Lights - New State Regulation
As of August 16, 2016, Wisconsin Department of Transportation passed a new regulation that school buses in Wisconsin must have amber lights to alert that the bus is about to activate its flashing red warning lights while coming to a stop.
To view the video, click on this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIpXv7ChbKk&feature=youtu.be
To register for email notifications regarding registrants moving to your area: Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry site: WWW.WIDOCOFFENDERS.ORG
Cost: $8 per dog (neutered/spayed)
$6 per cat (neutered/spayed)
$16 per dog (unneutered/unspayed)
$12 per cat (unneutered/unspayed)
City Treasurer's Office 5th Floor/City Hall 630 S Central Avenue
Crash Report access: go to: BUYCRASH.COM or you may stop at our department M-F 0730-430pm (crash report copy will cost you $2.00).
Free Bicycle Registration
During the course of the year, the police department recovers numerous abandoned and stolen bicycles. If the bicycle is registered, owners can be located and bicycles returned. To protect your property and as a public service, beginning in 2014, bike licenses will be provided to you at no cost. You may register your bike at the Marshfield Police Department Monday through Friday between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Basic bike information required on the registration form includes:
Frame color and size
Number of speeds
Police Auction Change
The Marshfield Police Department effective immediately, will no longer have just a single annual police auction. See Police Auction Online for all the details.
Prescription Drug Drop off
The PD is a 24/7 drop off point for prescription drugs. For more information click here or click here for a bookmark reminder. As of August 2016 we now are able to accept sharps: they can be placed in the secured wooden box in the inner lobby of the Police Department to the left of the current prescription drop off location.
Wisconsin Department of Transportation Helpful Links:
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