City of Algoma Police Department

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Great work! Wanted suspect Cody Krueger has been taken into custody in Lena.
09/11/2021

Great work! Wanted suspect Cody Krueger has been taken into custody in Lena.

Great work! Wanted suspect Cody Krueger has been taken into custody in Lena.

Kewaunee County is under a severe Thunderstorm Warning until 0945.  Expect high winds and possible hail.
09/07/2021

Kewaunee County is under a severe Thunderstorm Warning until 0945. Expect high winds and possible hail.

Kewaunee County is under a severe Thunderstorm Warning until 0945. Expect high winds and possible hail.

Another cat returned to his owner. Thanks everyone!
09/03/2021

Another cat returned to his owner. Thanks everyone!

Another cat returned to his owner. Thanks everyone!

Found 4 kittens yesterday if anyone is interested in adopting (starting September 14) please let us know.
09/02/2021

Found 4 kittens yesterday if anyone is interested in adopting (starting September 14) please let us know.

The Algoma Police Department is now participating in the State's Drug Take Back program. Just bag up your unwanted or ex...
08/30/2021

The Algoma Police Department is now participating in the State's Drug Take Back program. Just bag up your unwanted or expired prescription pills in a clear plastic bags and bring them to the APD. We'll ensure they are properly disposed of and you'll help keep Algoma safe. Please note we will not accept medical bottles/boxes, liquids, needles (sharps) or inhalers. For more information just use the link below:

https://doseofrealitywi.gov/

The Algoma Police Department is now participating in the State's Drug Take Back program. Just bag up your unwanted or expired prescription pills in a clear plastic bags and bring them to the APD. We'll ensure they are properly disposed of and you'll help keep Algoma safe. Please note we will not accept medical bottles/boxes, liquids, needles (sharps) or inhalers. For more information just use the link below:

https://doseofrealitywi.gov/

It's finally back, Coffee with the Chief! Friday, September 24 at 9am. Grab a cup and meet the Chief at Caffe Tlazo and ...
08/30/2021

It's finally back, Coffee with the Chief! Friday, September 24 at 9am. Grab a cup and meet the Chief at Caffe Tlazo and ask questions, bring up your concerns, or just enjoy some of the best coffee in Algoma! See you there....

It's finally back, Coffee with the Chief! Friday, September 24 at 9am. Grab a cup and meet the Chief at Caffe Tlazo and ask questions, bring up your concerns, or just enjoy some of the best coffee in Algoma! See you there....

Can’t beat the heat? Head on over to Crescent Beach and cool off. Play in the water, catch some rays, or just watch the...
08/28/2021

Can’t beat the heat? Head on over to Crescent Beach and cool off. Play in the water, catch some rays, or just watch the fishing boats come and go. Its a beautiful day in Algoma!

Great Breakfast! Go and get some before they run out.
08/15/2021

Great Breakfast! Go and get some before they run out.

We are happy to announce we will be hosting our porkie-pancake breakfast this year on Sunday of Shany Days! We hope you will stop in for a great breakfast prepared by your local firefighters and EMT’s 🚒 🚑

Owner has been located.If this is your dog or you know who he belongs to please call 920-487-3311. He was found in the 2...
08/14/2021

Owner has been located.

If this is your dog or you know who he belongs to please call 920-487-3311. He was found in the 200 block of Sunset Ave.

Officer Paral

Owner has been located.

If this is your dog or you know who he belongs to please call 920-487-3311. He was found in the 200 block of Sunset Ave.

Officer Paral

City of Algoma Street Department will be picking up brush CITY WIDE starting at 6 am on Thursday August 12, 2021 due to ...
08/12/2021

City of Algoma Street Department will be picking up brush CITY WIDE starting at 6 am on Thursday August 12, 2021 due to the inclement weather!
The next brush pick up will be Wednesday August 18, 2021

Thank you very much for your cooperation and help!

City of Algoma Street Department will be picking up brush CITY WIDE starting at 6 am on Thursday August 12, 2021 due to the inclement weather!
The next brush pick up will be Wednesday August 18, 2021

Thank you very much for your cooperation and help!

Thank you to the Street  and Fire Departments for the quick response to help clean up the city from the last storm. Thx...
08/11/2021

Thank you to the Street and Fire Departments for the quick response to help clean up the city from the last storm. Thx!!

Kewaunee County is under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 3:30pm!
08/11/2021

Kewaunee County is under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 3:30pm!

Kewaunee County is under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 3:30pm!

Kewaunee County is under a tornado watch until 8 pm. Tune into your local media for further information.
08/11/2021

Kewaunee County is under a tornado watch until 8 pm. Tune into your local media for further information.

Kewaunee County is under a tornado watch until 8 pm. Tune into your local media for further information.

Kewaunee County is under Sever Thunderstorm Watch until 10 pm. Be safe out there!
08/10/2021

Kewaunee County is under Sever Thunderstorm Watch until 10 pm. Be safe out there!

Kewaunee County is under Sever Thunderstorm Watch until 10 pm. Be safe out there!

Good Morning Algoma! A little hazzy, but I think it’s going to a nice warm and beautiful day.
08/04/2021

Good Morning Algoma! A little hazzy, but I think it’s going to a nice warm and beautiful day.

Good Morning Algoma! A little hazzy, but I think it’s going to a nice warm and beautiful day.

Kewaunee County is under a thunderstorm watch until 0200 Thursday July 29th. Be safe out there!
07/29/2021

Kewaunee County is under a thunderstorm watch until 0200 Thursday July 29th. Be safe out there!

Kewaunee County is under a thunderstorm watch until 0200 Thursday July 29th. Be safe out there!

Thanks everyone, she’s back home.
07/28/2021

Thanks everyone, she’s back home.

We could everyone’s help. Apparently we have a want to be artist. If you have any information please contact the Algoma ...
07/15/2021

We could everyone’s help. Apparently we have a want to be artist. If you have any information please contact the Algoma Police Department.

We could everyone’s help. Apparently we have a want to be artist. If you have any information please contact the Algoma Police Department.

Good stuff
07/14/2021

Good stuff

-Public Service Announcement-

As we reach the midpoint of 2021, it has become apparent that the calls for service in regard to 911 hang-ups, continues to be a issue. In 2019 we had a total 908 calls due to 911 Hang ups, and in 2020 it increased to 1092. So far in 2021 our calls numbers for 911 hang-ups continue to be an all too common occurrence which draws resources from our Dispatch Center as well as our Patrol Deputies who follow up on these calls. Just a few quick reminders and mentions of some contributing factors that have lead to these incidents.

- Avoiding placing your phone in areas of your vehicle which may inadvertently activate a 911 call such as a cup holder.

- Avoid putting your phone in your pocket when you are engaged in dynamic physical activity such as cutting lawn, or operating an ATV where the phone is not stable as hitting the power button numerous times can activate a 911 call.

- Avoid leaving your phone in areas where small children can access it. This also pertains to phones you have that are de-activated as these phones are still capable of dialing 911.

- Be mindful of devices such as smart watches which have also shown the tendency to be the source of inadvertent 911 calls.

If you do find yourself on the line with one of our dispatchers due to an accidental dial, please stay on the line and provide the proper information to our Dispatcher so that we can close out the call and prevent the need to send officers to your location. If you have already hung up realizing your error, please answer when the Dispatcher calls you back.

We appreciate everyone’s attentiveness to this issue and I have no doubt we can decrease the number of these calls thus reducing the time and costs associated with them. Take Care & Stay Safe!

Sheriff Matt Joski

We are excited to announce our two new police officers that have officially started! Please welcome Zachary VanVonderen ...
07/12/2021

We are excited to announce our two new police officers that have officially started! Please welcome Zachary VanVonderen and Ann Behnke to Algoma.

Good Stuff!
07/05/2021

Good Stuff!

Here is the July 1 - 4, 2021 events list of what our Algoma Area Chamber members have going on for you this Independence Day weekend 2021!

Drink some wine or beer. Do some fishing. Do some shopping.
Do some eating. Listen to some music. Enjoy the beach.
Relax, enjoy and have a safe Independence Day weekend in Algoma, WI!

Download you own copy from our website here:
https://visitalgomawi.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/algoma-july-4-2021-v2.pdf

A set of keys were found on the boardwalk.  If you have lost a set of keys recently and were also on the boardwalk, plea...
07/02/2021

A set of keys were found on the boardwalk. If you have lost a set of keys recently and were also on the boardwalk, please call the Algoma Police Department at 920 487 3311.

A set of keys were found on the boardwalk. If you have lost a set of keys recently and were also on the boardwalk, please call the Algoma Police Department at 920 487 3311.

This pup got back home, thanks fir the help everyone!
07/01/2021

This pup got back home, thanks fir the help everyone!

06/28/2021

UPDATE: BROWN WAS APPREHENDED

Wanted person: Joseph Brown

The Sturgeon Bay Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating Joseph A. Brown in connection with Substantial Battery, Robbery, Strangulation, Suffocation, and Vehicle Theft of an 80-year-old Sturgeon Bay man. The incident took place during the early morning hours of Monday, June 28th. Sturgeon Bay Police believe Brown fled Door County and may be in the Brown County, WI area. The victim’s vehicle is described as a Black 2011 Toyota Avalon 4 door with Wisconsin plate of WITTIG.

If you know the whereabouts of Joseph A. Brown, do not approach him, but please call your local law enforcement agency. The non-emergency number for the Door County Communication Center is 920-746-2416.

Authority: Captain Daniel Brinkman

Thanks everyone for the calls, we got this guy returned back home today. Thanks!!!
06/24/2021

Thanks everyone for the calls, we got this guy returned back home today. Thanks!!!

It's official, ATVs/UTVs are now legal in the City of Algoma and just in time for summer! 1. Can only be operated on str...
06/15/2021

It's official, ATVs/UTVs are now legal in the City of Algoma and just in time for summer!
1. Can only be operated on streets with posted speeds of 35 MPH or less.
2. Drivers must be 16 years of age and have a valid drivers license.
3. Drivers born after January 1, 1988 must complete an ATV Safety Course.
4. All operators must have liability insurance.
5. Are prohibited from all city parks, Crescent Beach and the marina.
Fore more details see the Algoma Municipal Code, Section 44-61.

Have a Great Summer Algoma!

It's official, ATVs/UTVs are now legal in the City of Algoma and just in time for summer!
1. Can only be operated on streets with posted speeds of 35 MPH or less.
2. Drivers must be 16 years of age and have a valid drivers license.
3. Drivers born after January 1, 1988 must complete an ATV Safety Course.
4. All operators must have liability insurance.
5. Are prohibited from all city parks, Crescent Beach and the marina.
Fore more details see the Algoma Municipal Code, Section 44-61.

Have a Great Summer Algoma!

05/31/2021

Great Parade! Happy Memorial Day everyone.

Please call the Kewaunee Police Department if you have any information.
05/26/2021

Please call the Kewaunee Police Department if you have any information.

We could use your help again, thx!
05/16/2021

We could use your help again, thx!

Vehicle identified.

Thanks for all the help everyone! Jack is on his way home.
05/14/2021

Thanks for all the help everyone! Jack is on his way home.

Just a reminder, there is no parking of vehicles on lawns from April 1 thru October 31. All parked vehicles must be curr...
05/07/2021

Just a reminder, there is no parking of vehicles on lawns from April 1 thru October 31. All parked vehicles must be currently licensed and be fully operational. Additionally, you can not park any type of trailer (including boat trailers) or motor homes for more than 48 hours on our city streets. Failure to comply will result in a citation and having it towed away at the owner's expense. If you see any violations please gives us a call or send us an email.

Just a reminder, there is no parking of vehicles on lawns from April 1 thru October 31. All parked vehicles must be currently licensed and be fully operational. Additionally, you can not park any type of trailer (including boat trailers) or motor homes for more than 48 hours on our city streets. Failure to comply will result in a citation and having it towed away at the owner's expense. If you see any violations please gives us a call or send us an email.

It's that time of year again, summer Code Enforcement is here. Please keep your lawns and yards within standards. Don't ...
05/07/2021

It's that time of year again, summer Code Enforcement is here. Please keep your lawns and yards within standards. Don't put your grass clippings, trash or brush onto the street or sidewalk. If you do you'll get a letter and/or citation, so don't be "that guy."

Got nowhere to place your clippings/brush? Feel free to drop it off at the City's Compost Site behind the Street Department, its free!

Be a good neighbor and help us to keep Algoma beautiful!

It's that time of year again, summer Code Enforcement is here. Please keep your lawns and yards within standards. Don't put your grass clippings, trash or brush onto the street or sidewalk. If you do you'll get a letter and/or citation, so don't be "that guy."

Got nowhere to place your clippings/brush? Feel free to drop it off at the City's Compost Site behind the Street Department, its free!

Be a good neighbor and help us to keep Algoma beautiful!

The City of Algoma is selling surplus docks. Docks may be seen at the:   Algoma Street Department, 1520 Jefferson Street...
05/05/2021

The City of Algoma is selling surplus docks. Docks may be seen at the: Algoma Street Department, 1520 Jefferson Street, Algoma
Monday – Thursday 6:00 am – 3:00 pm Friday 6:00 am to 12:00 pm
Call 920-255-3169 to schedule an appointment.

Bids will be accepted at City Hall until Thursday, May 27, 2021 at 1:00 pm

Bids must include price per dock and number of docks desired. Highest bidder will get first pick of dock selection. Bids must be in a sealed envelope addressed to: Matt Murphy, Public Works Director
Surplus Dock Bid 416 Fremont Street, Algoma. The City of Algoma has the right to refuse any and all bids. Docks are being sold as is, how is, and where is. Buyer is responsible for payment (via cash, cashier’s check, or money order only) in full upon pick up.
Pick up must be no later than Thursday, June 17, 2021 at 3:00 pm.

The City of Algoma is selling surplus docks. Docks may be seen at the: Algoma Street Department, 1520 Jefferson Street, Algoma
Monday – Thursday 6:00 am – 3:00 pm Friday 6:00 am to 12:00 pm
Call 920-255-3169 to schedule an appointment.

Bids will be accepted at City Hall until Thursday, May 27, 2021 at 1:00 pm

Bids must include price per dock and number of docks desired. Highest bidder will get first pick of dock selection. Bids must be in a sealed envelope addressed to: Matt Murphy, Public Works Director
Surplus Dock Bid 416 Fremont Street, Algoma. The City of Algoma has the right to refuse any and all bids. Docks are being sold as is, how is, and where is. Buyer is responsible for payment (via cash, cashier’s check, or money order only) in full upon pick up.
Pick up must be no later than Thursday, June 17, 2021 at 3:00 pm.

Let summer begin!!!
05/02/2021

Let summer begin!!!

It is May 1 and that means the Algoma Marina is officially open!

Services include:
- seasonal slips for vessels up to 40 feet with electricity and water hook ups
- fish cleaning station
- double launch ramps
- fuel and more!

Visit the marina's page on the City of Algoma's website for the complete services listing and prices: https://www.algomacity.org/residents/marina/index.php

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416 Fremont St
Algoma, WI
54201

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Id like to thank the two officers that led the procession past Autumns Journey tonight for my grandmothers 100th birthday. I believe grandma was overwhelmed by the amount of people Thank you very much
Congratulations to our new Sergeant!
Any word on garbage pickup scheduled for tomorrow? Is it still scheduled to be picked up?
Will there still be garbage pick up in the morning with the very low temps?
Any news about road conditions?
Last set of Cadillac keys with the U.P. Leather symbol also native American beaded Keychain that is white and orange. Lost between Algoma and Sturgeon Bay. Lost between E Greenfield up County Road S. Left them on my husbands truck bumper. Please help. Please call me if found 906-630-2302.
When will we see the Algoma Police Department lip synching? Can't wait!
Is there still garbage pickup today?
We recently needed assistance from the Algoma Police. Sgt. Roesch went above and beyond to help us out. I commend him for his professionalism, his positive attitude, his patience, and his willingness to serve. Thank you, Sergeant! We are blessed to have you on the force.
To the officers of this department---THANK YOU! You folks protect the lives of those in the community day in and day out. There come times when difficult choices need to be made while you are on duty. Regardless of the outcome of those choices, I faithfully stand behind and support you. Thank you (and your families) for your selfless sacrifices to protect Algoma and the citizens therein. Stay safe out there!
Thanks to the Algoma Police Department for my new bike helmet they gave me last night at Algoma Night Out! I love it!🚴🏻‍♀️