Yes, an alarm permit is required for residential or business alarms.
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Always dial 9-1-1 for emergencies. Emergency calls are to report a fire, a crime in-progress, a breathing problem, a poisoning, a major accident, a drowning, a stabbing or shooting, or any life-threatening situation.
Non-Emergency calls are made to report a minor accident, barking dogs, a burglarized property, a theft, power outages during a storm, someone selling drugs, loud parties, weather or road conditions, and runaways. These cases call (262)446-5070.
Requests for information, police reports, fingerprint services, etc. can be directed to the Business Office at (262)532-8700
Parking for over 30 minutes on any public street or public parking lot is prohibited between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.
Temporary night parking permission is granted for one or two nights to those persons with legitimate reasons to have their vehicles on the street during restricted night parking enforcement., except during designated holidays. Temporary parking permission will be denied if requests exceed 2-3 in a 30 day period, at which time a monthly permit should be purchased. Call the Police Department business office for overnight parking permission. 262-532-8700
Parking permits are $20.00 a month.
Payments for citations can be made at the Menomonee Falls Municipal Court (1st floor of Village Hall across from the Village Board Room), at the Police Department or online via the following link:Paying Forfeitures
Yes, the noise ordinance applies to any time of day or night.
Yes, it is unlawful for any person under the age of 17 to congregate, loiter, wander, stroll, stand, or play in or upon any public place within the Village of Menomonee Falls either on foot or in a vehicle being driven or parked between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m., unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Also available to our community are tours of the police department. The tour visits the booking room, special investigations bureau, and the communication center. The officer will also show a squad car and give a brief demonstration of its equipment. More...