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Village Marshal Brad Seymour may be contacted at 920-583-6800 or email:
Brownsville Police Dept. 2019 Annual Report
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From the Desk of Marshal Seymour . . .
CHANGE IN LOCATION OF VILLAGE OFFICES
The Clerk/Treasurer office along with the Building Inspector and DPW Superintendent have moved their office locations to the Brownsville Community Center at 871 Main Street. The former Brownsville Village Hall has become the office of the Brownsville Police Department only. The door mail slot is for police department mail only. Persons needing to contact the Police Department should continue to call 911 for emergencies. For non-emergency calls please call 920-583-6800. Marshal Seymour will answer your call if available. You may also leave a message and Marshal Seymour will call you back as soon as he is available. Messages for the Police Department can also be left by calling the general number for the Village offices at 920-583-4087. There may be a delay in the Police Department receiving messages left at that number. If I am unavailable, you may contact the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office at 920-386-3726.
Modifications to Village Services due to the COVD-19 Coronavirus Outbreak.
Village Staff would like to reduce the possibility of transmission of COVID-19 between persons by reducing contact between the public and Village Staff when practical to do so. Due to concerns for the safety of citizens and Village Staff during the COVID-19 outbreak, the following procedures have been implemented. The Police Department will respond to requests for services but would prefer handling the matter by phone when possible. Subject to change, the Village Clerk/Treasurer’s office will remain open to the public but the clerk requests that payments for utility bills and other routine business be handled thru the US mail or can be dropped off at her office thru the mail slot in the door after normal business hours. The Village Clerk can be reached at 920-583-4087 for any questions/assistance.
DMV limiting in-person services beginning March 23
Driver licenses that expire during COVID-19 public health emergency automatically extended 60 days.
DMV adjusted services. All DMV Customer Service Centers will be modify office space to allow additional social distancing practices when the service centers reopen on Monday, March 23. The following changes will be implemented temporarily: Driver licenses and CDLs that expire during this public health emergency will be automatically extended 60 days. Late fees will be waived. The driver record, visible to law enforcement, will show the extension and that the driver license is valid.
All driver skills tests are being cancelled as of March 18 until further notice.
Service centers will reopen with limited services. Social distancing remains a best practice to combat the spread of the virus and efforts. When Wisconsin DMVs reopen Monday, March 23, in-person customer service will be restricted, by appointment only, to: New driver licenses and Issuing identification cards.
To make an appointment, you can use the Driver License Guide wisconsindmv.gov/DLGuide
You can also use this guide to begin the paperwork and submit it electronically. Customers with questions may call Driver Services at (608) 264-7447.
Now that spring has arrived, I would like to remind you that the arrival of warmer weather brings new potential safety concerns with it.
It is time to make sure to watch for children playing near the streets and on the sidewalks. Pedestrians when walking on streets need to walk facing traffic. State law requires all motorists to yield to pedestrians crossing in a crosswalk. Also watch for bicyclists.
Persons walking dogs are reminded to clean up after your dog. Dispose of dog feces in proper container.
Many of you are cleaning up plant debris from the winter. Burning of yard and plant debris is prohibited in the Village. Yard debris may be taken to the Village composting site at Dale Michels Park.
Please do what you can to safeguard your and your family’s health during this COVID-19 health emergency. If you need additional information or assistance from the Police Department, please contact me.
Marshal Brad Seymour