Police Department


514 Railroad Street


Village Marshal Brad Seymour may be contacted at 920-583-6800 or email: Marshal@brownsvillewi.com


Brownsville Police Dept. 2020 Annual Report

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has provided a link  for the Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Victim Notification Program. Click HERE to be transferred to a number of valuable victim services programs provided by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)

Brownsville Police Dept. Use of Force Policy
- A copy of the policy may also be obtained by contacting the Brownsville Police Dept.

From the Desk of Marshal Seymour . . .                     


Burning Restrictions: Even with the dry conditions, at this time, outdoor cooking and recreational fires are still allowed in the Village. Recreational campfires and outdoor fireplaces are allowed as long as the fires consist of natural wood or manufactured fire log material. Recreational fires must be fully contained within an approved permanent fire pit, portable fireplace device or outdoor fireplace. The burning of trash, brush, leaves and lawn/garden debris is prohibited.  If you choose to have a recreational fire, please use extra care to insure the fire does not escape from your intended area.


Fireworks Restrictions: Fireworks use is regulated within the village limits.  Any fireworks that explode or shoot into the air are generally prohibited without a permit.  A partial list of allowed firework is available at the post office bulletin board or click HERE. Please be careful when using allowed fireworks so that unintended fires do not result due to the dry conditions.   Fireworks regulations will be strictly enforced.


ATV/UTV Ordinance Update: The recently approved ordinance that will allow use of ATV/UTV’s on Village streets does not go into effect until the required signs have been posted on Village Streets. The signs have been ordered and will be erected as soon as they arrive. Operation of ATV/UTV’s on Village streets is not authorized at this time.


Summer Social Events: When hosting or attending summertime social events please drink alcoholic beverages responsibly. Summer heat may increase the desire to consume too many alcoholic beverages. If possible, use a designated driver if you plan to drink alcoholic beverages and travel home afterward. 


If you have any questions regarding the above items or anything else law enforcement related, please contact me.  

Have a safe summer.  

Marshal Brad Seymour