Howard Police Department

Howard Police Department Protecting and Serving the Village of Howard / Duck Creek, Wisconsin in the Green Bay Area.

Operating as usual

With some schools starting this week and the remainder next week, you will once again see school buses picking up kids i...
08/25/2021

With some schools starting this week and the remainder next week, you will once again see school buses picking up kids in the morning and dropping off in the afternoon.

A reminder that flashing yellow lights on the TOP of the bus (right next to the red lights) are a warning that the red lights will be on shortly and stop sign will be out. These were put in place so you can prepare to stop. They don't mean speed up to get through before the red lights and sign.

The red lights and stop sign mean just that - STOP!

Someone could be seriously injured (or worse) by ignoring the warning lights and sign. Bus companies forward violator information to law enforcement and you could be issued a $325 citation.

Attached to this post is a helpful visual for anyone who is unclear of when to stop.

Help us keep all members of our community safe!

With some schools starting this week and the remainder next week, you will once again see school buses picking up kids in the morning and dropping off in the afternoon.

A reminder that flashing yellow lights on the TOP of the bus (right next to the red lights) are a warning that the red lights will be on shortly and stop sign will be out. These were put in place so you can prepare to stop. They don't mean speed up to get through before the red lights and sign.

The red lights and stop sign mean just that - STOP!

Someone could be seriously injured (or worse) by ignoring the warning lights and sign. Bus companies forward violator information to law enforcement and you could be issued a $325 citation.

Attached to this post is a helpful visual for anyone who is unclear of when to stop.

Help us keep all members of our community safe!

Officers from the Howard Police Department and Brown County Sheriff's Office will be out at Dunkin Donuts on Lineville R...
08/20/2021

Officers from the Howard Police Department and Brown County Sheriff's Office will be out at Dunkin Donuts on Lineville Rd from now until 11am supporting the amazing athletes from the Special Olympics. We hope to see you out here!

Preparations are underway for National Night Out happening today, August 3rd, from 5pm-8pm at the Howard Village Hall, 2...
08/03/2021

Preparations are underway for National Night Out happening today, August 3rd, from 5pm-8pm at the Howard Village Hall, 2456 Glendale Av.

We will have a K9 demonstration, the fire safety trailer, rollover simulator and other interactive events. Families will also have an opportunity to tour police and fire vehicles and interact with both law enforcement and fire fighters and even dunk one of them in the dunk tank! All demonstrations and tours are open to everyone free of charge.

Food will be available for purchase from Boy Scout Troop #1033, as well as The Dough Shoppe and Monkey Tailz.

We hope to see you here!

National Night out is this Tuesday, August 3rd from 5pm-8pm!The Howard Police Department and the Village of Howard Fire ...
07/30/2021

National Night out is this Tuesday, August 3rd from 5pm-8pm!

The Howard Police Department and the Village of Howard Fire Department will once again be holding the event at the village hall 2456 Glendale Av. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to help keep our community a safe place to live.

There will be both police and fire vehicles available for families to tour. There will also be interactive exhibits, including a fire safety house, a K9 demonstration the roll-over simulator and a dunk tank to dunk a police officer or fire fighter! All events and demonstrations are free and open to anyone in the community.

Food will be available for purchase from Boy Scout Troop #1033, as well as Monkey Tailz ice cream and the The Dough Shoppe.

National Night out is this Tuesday, August 3rd from 5pm-8pm!

The Howard Police Department and the Village of Howard Fire Department will once again be holding the event at the village hall 2456 Glendale Av. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to help keep our community a safe place to live.

There will be both police and fire vehicles available for families to tour. There will also be interactive exhibits, including a fire safety house, a K9 demonstration the roll-over simulator and a dunk tank to dunk a police officer or fire fighter! All events and demonstrations are free and open to anyone in the community.

Food will be available for purchase from Boy Scout Troop #1033, as well as Monkey Tailz ice cream and the The Dough Shoppe.

The Howard Police Department and the Village of Howard Fire Department will once again be holding National Night Out at ...
07/13/2021

The Howard Police Department and the Village of Howard Fire Department will once again be holding National Night Out at the Village of Howard hall 2456 Glendale Av on Tuesday August 3rd from 5pm-8pm. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to help keep our community a safe place to live.

There will be both police and fire vehicles available for families to tour, interactive exhibits, a K9 demonstration and a dunk tank to dunk a police officer or fire fighter. All events and demonstrations are free and open to anyone in the community.

Food will be available for purchase from Boy Scout Troop #1033, as well as Monkey Tailz ice cream and the The Dough Shoppe.

Please watch for more information as the event draws near!

The Howard Police Department and the Village of Howard Fire Department will once again be holding National Night Out at the Village of Howard hall 2456 Glendale Av on Tuesday August 3rd from 5pm-8pm. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to help keep our community a safe place to live.

There will be both police and fire vehicles available for families to tour, interactive exhibits, a K9 demonstration and a dunk tank to dunk a police officer or fire fighter. All events and demonstrations are free and open to anyone in the community.

Food will be available for purchase from Boy Scout Troop #1033, as well as Monkey Tailz ice cream and the The Dough Shoppe.

Please watch for more information as the event draws near!

05/19/2021

Attention Village of Howard residents: FYI this was not a 'placement' of a s*x offender. He petitioned to reside at the residence and was approved.

With the Duck Creek Quarry opening this Friday (May 21st, 2021), we wanted to provide the most up-to-date information fo...
05/18/2021

With the Duck Creek Quarry opening this Friday (May 21st, 2021), we wanted to provide the most up-to-date information for all residents. There have been some changes regarding park hours and procedures for obtaining a wristband (see below).

- Duck Creek Quarry Beach is open only to Howard residents and their guests with a wristband. The remainder of the park is open to the public for catch-and-release fishing, non-motorized boating, paddle boarding, dog swimming, and walking.

- Swimming is only allowed from the beach area. Swimming is prohibited at the fishing dock or any other area of the quarry. Use of any type of floaty is considered swimming, so those are only allowed on the beach.

- Everyone over the age of 5 must have a wristband to enter the beach. Howard residents can order wristbands online (please go to www.villageofhoward.com). Wristbands will be given for each member of the immediate household over the age of 5 and up to two guests. Residency will be verified before wristbands are mailed. Due to the time needed to process and ship the bands, please allow up to two weeks for delivery.

- Wristbands will not be available at Village Hall or at the beach.

- Swimming is at your own risk. The water depth is greater than 170 feet in some areas, and there is no lifeguard on duty. Life jackets are recommended.

- Users must abide by the posted rules. These include no smoking or va**ng, no alcohol, no glass bottles or containers, etc. Failure to do so may result in the loss of beach privileges.

** Hours **
Duck Creek Quarry Park is open to the general public during normal park hours (sunrise to sunset), except for the Duck Creek Quarry Beach.

The beach is open only to Howard residents and their guests who have wristbands during limited hours from the end of May through Labor Day. For the 2021 season, the Duck Creek Quarry beach will be open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day from May 21 to Sept. 6.

04/16/2021

Village of Howard residents - notice of a S*x Offender Community Notification meeting on Monday April 19, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. at the Green Bay Community Church. There is also the option to attend virtually via the link on the flyer.

Today is a very bitter-sweet day for everyone at the Howard Police Department.  Officer Jim Dagneau, or “Daggs” as many ...
01/18/2021

Today is a very bitter-sweet day for everyone at the Howard Police Department. Officer Jim Dagneau, or “Daggs” as many in the community know him, is retiring after 32 years.

Officer Dagneau started in Law Enforcement in 1988, with the last 29 years at the Brown County Sheriff’s Office. Throughout his career, he has been a member of the Brown County Drug Task Force (DTF) and swat team, although most know him for the 20+ years he has served the citizens of Howard as Brown County’s first Directed Enforcement Officer (DEO). The job of the DEO is to work closely with the citizens of the village to solve long-term problems and also act as a liaison between the village and the Sheriff’s Office.

Officer Dagneau, as the first DEO in Brown County, has been instrumental in shaping the program to best serve all citizens. With the help and guidance of Officer Dagneau, there are currently eleven DEO’s throughout Brown County serving the communities of Howard, Suamico, Allouez, Bellevue and Denmark.

With all of his accomplishments, what most think of with they think of “Daggs” is his commitment to serving the community in many different non-traditional ways. Whenever there was a birthday party or a school raffle for lunch with a cop, Daggs was the first one people would contact. Daggs was a fixture at community related events like National Night Out, Coffee with a Cop and Shop with a Cop. If there was a community event in Howard, you didn’t have to look far to find Daggs. Daggs will tell anyone who asks that they broke the mold when they made him, never to brag, but to explain his outgoing personality. If you ever saw Daggs, he always had a smile on his face. No one ever questioned Daggs commitment to the community.

Officer Dagneau has spent the last few years training the current Howard DEO’s to make sure that the citizens of Howard won’t notice any difference in the services they receive, although his presence is irreplaceable.

Thank you Jim for your service to the citizens of Brown County and the Village of Howard. Your work throughout the community has helped build bridges between the community and law enforcement which will last for many years to come.

We hope you enjoy your retirement Jim!

11/18/2020

**MAIL THEFTS**

There have been numerous thefts from mailboxes reported over the past couple of weeks throughout the Howard and Suamico area. Most of the mail which has been recovered is outgoing mail. Whenever possible, please do not put outgoing mail out the night before pickup, or place the mail in a secure drop box. If anyone has any information or sees anything suspicious, please contact the Sheriff's Office at 920-391-7450.

11/01/2020

**Overnight Parking**

Just a reminder that overnight parking regulations are now in effect until April 1st. This means with the exception of physicians on emergency calls or authorized emergency vehicles, no parking is allowed on any village street between 2am-6am.

Here is some very helpful information regarding scams from Wisconsin Public Service.  The goal of these phone scams is t...
10/22/2020

Here is some very helpful information regarding scams from Wisconsin Public Service.

The goal of these phone scams is to either get you either excited (you won the lottery, etc) or scared (you or someone else is going to jail) and keep you from thinking rationally. Always remember, never give ANY personal information and ALWAYS take a moment to think about what you are hearing. If you have questions, ask a family member, ask a friend, ask a neighbor, or anyone you trust.

We’re partnering with law enforcement agencies 👮‍♂️ to shut down the scammers. Stay alert and help others by sharing these warning signs.

WPS will NEVER:

🚨 Demand payment by prepaid debit card
🚨 Threaten or try to scare you
🚨 Disconnect you on short notice

When in doubt, hang up. It’s not rude, it’s safe. https://www.wisconsinpublicservice.com/partners/media/scam #StopScams

With schools starting over the next week, there will be numerous school buses picking up kids in the morning and droppin...
08/24/2020

With schools starting over the next week, there will be numerous school buses picking up kids in the morning and dropping off in the afternoon. This will be quite an adjustment for many as schools have been closed since March.

A reminder that flashing yellow lights on the top of the bus are a warning that the red lights will be on shortly and stop sign will be out. These were put in place so you can prepare to stop. They don't mean speed up to get past (like so many do at traffic lights).

The red lights and stop sign mean just that - STOP!

Bus companies forward violators information to us and you could be issued a $325 citation. More importantly someone could be seriously injured by failing to obey the lights and sign.

If you are unsure of when / if you have to stop, hopefully the attached image will help clarify.

Help us to keep all members of our community safe!

The Howard-Suamico School District (HSSD) secured funding for Stop the Bleed equipment with the help of Village of Howar...
08/13/2020

The Howard-Suamico School District (HSSD) secured funding for Stop the Bleed equipment with the help of Village of Howard Fire Department and Brown County Sheriff’s Office/Village of Howard DEO Brandon Dhuey. The $2,600 grant was awarded by the Northeast WI Regional Trauma Advisory Council (NEWRTAC).

With these funds, HSSD will receive 15 Stop the Bleed First Aid Kits, including tourniquets and bandaging materials. These will be placed in HSSD facilities in prominent metal wall cabinets for rapid access.

Howard Fire Rescue, DEO Brandon Dhuey (also a ff/paramedic)and NEWRTAC trainers will guide all HSSD staff through Stop the Bleed Training, which provides life-saving opportunities for school children and staff in the event of an emergency.

From L to R:
Del Zuleger, NEWRTAC
Ann Watzka, Howard Fire Rescue
Matt Krueger, H/S Schools Safety & Security
Brandon Dhuey, DEO Village of Howard, Brown County Sherriff’s Dept
Paul Evert, Administrator, Village of Howard
Chief Ed Janke, Public Safety Director, Village of Howard

08/05/2020

Unfortunately, due to the ongoing issues with COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to cancel Coffee with a Cop for this month. We will continue to monitor everything and will make a decision for future events.

With the quarry opening later this week, here are maps for quarry parking, beach access and where dogs are allowed.  Ple...
06/16/2020

With the quarry opening later this week, here are maps for quarry parking, beach access and where dogs are allowed. Please note that the beach can only be accessed from one location. Swimming is only allowed from the beach area. A copy of the rules provided to any resident who signs up for wristbands is also posted.

The Duck Creek Quarry remains completely closed to all users; however, plans are underway to open it for limited use and...
06/09/2020
Howard, WI

The Duck Creek Quarry remains completely closed to all users; however, plans are underway to open it for limited use and primarily for Howard residents later this month. The Village Board voted 5-4 to open Duck Creek Quarry Park with the following conditions:

**UPDATED HOURS**
- The beach area will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. only.

**WRISTBANDS**
- All beach users, including swimmers, sun bathers, and picnickers, MUST have a wristband to enter the beach area.
--- Wristbands are FREE and will be available for residents to pick up at Howard Village Hall starting the week of June 15.
--- The wristbands are reusable for the entire 2020 season (a new wristband will not be needed each time).
--- A photo I.D. or proof of residency is required.
--- Wristbands WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE AT THE QUARRY and will need to be picked up at the Howard Village Hall during normal business hours, with no exceptions.
--- Adults may pick up wristbands for all members of their family. Each household will receive two additional wristbands that may be used to bring resident or non-resident guests.

**OTHER INFORMATION**
- The remainder of the park and the trail will be open to all visitors and for all uses, except swimming, during normal park hours. Non-motorized boating, paddle boarding, etc. should launch from the dock, and dog swimming also is designated in that area. Those activities are not allowed on or from the swimming beach.

- An official park open date will be announced once the proper gates and signage are installed.

Also, as a reminder, no swimming is allowed anywhere (including the boat launch) except the beach.

https://www.villageofhoward.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=242&fbclid=IwAR34enqQKBBivAbzu54D21mKxOJc77qSuf8dfmGRJl0mvGtpgM15A7f1GIE

Duck Creek Quarry Park is closed

** CARDINAL LN & RIVERVIEW DR CLOSURE **Just as a reminder for anyone traveling through Howard, the intersection of Card...
04/05/2020

** CARDINAL LN & RIVERVIEW DR CLOSURE **

Just as a reminder for anyone traveling through Howard, the intersection of Cardinal Ln & Riverview Dr will close tomorrow (Monday April 6th,) at 2am and will remain closed until Friday April 17th. This is the intersection near the YMCA and Walgreens.

The detour will be Glendale Av to Hillcrest Heights, continuing on Shawano Av & Riverdale Dr to County RK.

The project is weather dependent and may change due to weather conditions.

Address

2456 Glendale Avenue
Green Bay, WI
54313

Telephone

(920) 434-4640

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