Town of Mukwonago Police Department

  • Agency: Town of Mukwonago Police Department
  • Address: , Mukwonago, 53149 WI
  • Chief: Grant Turner (Chief of Police)

Town of Mukwonago Police Department is located at , Mukwonago, 53149 WI. The Chief of Police of the department is Grant Turner.

Town of Mukwonago Police Department News

WINTER PARKING It's that time of year again ... Winter parking regulations begin Wednesday, November 1st. Parking permits can be purchased at the police department 24/7. A yearly pass (Nov 1-Mar 31) is $55. Monthly permits are $12 per month, $6 if the permit is purchased after the 15th of the current month. - Parking is between 2:00am and 6:00am - Vehicles parked on the street need to have a permit displayed on the lower corner of the driver's side dashboard - If the date before midnight (12:00am) is even, vehices should be parked on the even side of the street - If the date before midnight (12:00am) is odd, vehices should be parked on the odd side of the street. EXAMPLE: On November 10th, vehicles should be parked in front of 200 Oakland Ave. On November 11th, vehices should be parked in front of 201 Oakland Ave. If you have an overnight guest, or only need to park a vehicle on the street for a night or two, a courtesy parking permission can be obtained by calling the police department. Feel free to call the police department at (262) 363-6435 with any questions.

Just a Reminder ... DRUG TAKE BACK EVENT happening this Saturday. Details below

***ATTENTION*** Due to inclement weather, the Jack O Lantern Jaunt is cancelled for this evening, Saturday, October 14th. We apologize for the last minute notice, but this information was just relayed to the police department.

Visit our friends at the Mukwonago Fire Department this weekend!

*****IMPORTANT TRAFFIC NOTICE***** This week is homecoming week at MHS and the parade is this afternoon. Please be aware that N Rochester Street will be closed between CTH NN and CTH LO between approximately 3:45pm and 4:45pm. Please plan accordingly and take an alternative route during that time frame.

SCHOOL BUS SAFETY Just a little refresher for drivers as children all over Waukesha County are now back in school. Most important, be safe!

BE PART OF THE PLAN FOR DOWNTOWN! Visit the Mukwonago Downtown Facebook page and visit the Village’s “Make Downtown Yours” website to sign up for the latest information, watch meeting videos when they happen and be a part of the conversation. Also be sure to visit and "LIKE" the Village of Mukwonago's new page at

WE WILL NEVER FORGET “On September 11, 2001 our country suffered attacks in New York, Pennsylvania and at the Pentagon. We lost 2,996 citizens in these attacks. Although we have issued a final call for the first responders that were lost that day, they, along with all of our fellow citizens, will never be forgotten.” Attached are a couple pictures from the 9-11 ceremony held at Mukwonago Fire Department Station 1. Members of the fire department, police department, American Legion and police chaplains were all present for the ceremony.

Mark Your Calendars ... DRUG TAKE BACK DAY Saturday, October 28th, 2017

New!!! MEETUP SPOT The Village of Mukwonago Police Department has long encouraged area residents to conduct internet purchase transactions in our parking lot or lobby. We now have a designated area in our parking lot to conduct these transactions. The area is marked by green parking stall lines and “MeetUp Spot” signs donated by OfferUp’s MeetUp Spot program helps serve the much needed purpose of providing an easy and free way to establish a community location that is public, surveilled, well lit and monitored by the police department. Two cameras monitor this area of the lot. People can also conduct transactions in our lobby, also monitored by camera and in view of our 24-hour dispatch center. There is no need to call ahead or check in with the dispatcher. Please feel free to share this post to help spread the word.

THANK YOU Thank you to the residents of the Orchards Subdivision for the donation of Baby Jack Blankets to the Mukwonago Police Dept. Officer Kirkpatrick and Reserve Officer Becht stopped to visit and show the young residents the squad during a block party over the weekend at which time they accepted the donation. These blankets can be given to children during incidents the police and fire departments respond to to help them feel safe. Special thank you to Kelley Legler and Lisa Taylor for organizing this donation! For more information on Baby Jack Blankets visit

Village of Mukwongo to hold a public open house on the Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan. Come see potential plans for Field Park and Indianhead Beach Park. Comments and ideas from the public are welcomed. For more information, contact Public Works Director Ron Bittner at or 262-363-6447.

We had a great evening for National Night Out (pictures to follow)! There are a few lost and found items that were left behind though. If you are missing a child's zip-up sweatshirt, a child's hat, or a small stuffed monkey, please call 262-363-6435 to claim your lost items.

Tomorrow is the big day!! Hope to see you all at Field Park between 6:00pm and 8:30pm.

The Waukesha County Highway Department will be closing CTH LO between Minor Drive and Brockway Drive to all traffic beginning Monday August 7th. It is anticipated that repairs will take approximately two weeks. Please use CTH I, CTH NN and STH 83 as the detour route.

**SAVE THE DATE** Join us Tuesday, August 1st, at Field Park for National Night Out. The National Night Out event aims to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, generate support for and the participation in local anti-crime efforts, strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships, and send a message to local criminals that neighborhoods are organized, on the look out, and fighting back! The event runs from 6:00pm to 8:30pm. There will be a kickball game for kids ages 5-12, local food vendors, raffle prizes for adults over 18, bounce houses, face painters, Henna tattoo artist, local police, fire, and DPW vehicles and much more!! There will also be many local businesses and organizations present with games and handouts for both kids and adults.

*** PHANTOM LAKE RESTRICTIONS LIFTED *** All public access points to Upper and Lower Phantom Lakes have been reopened. Slow/No Wake has also been lifted. Indianhead Beach has reopened.

*****EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY***** All public access points to Upper and Lower Phantom Lakes are temporarily closed due to the high water levels. Local DPW and Police are asking that all boaters, including lake residents, stay off the water to prevent damage to piers/docks and lessen the possibility of a piece of bog breaking off and blocking the dam. Thank you for your cooperation.

The beach at Indianhead Park will remain closed because of high water. The spillway area of the park has been closed off to the public also because of high water.

Mr. Moosey is on a mission to visit police departments around the world and help keep police officers safe. He has come to visit Mukwonago for a week and is ready to assist in any way he can. Check out "Mr. Moosey's World Tour" on Facebook to see what else he has been up to.

Just a friendly reminder as we enter this 4th of July weekend. If it goes up in the air or explodes, even on the ground, it's illegal.