Howard Police Department

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

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

Public Safety Director Ed Janke has issued an Emergency Declaration enacting a curfew in the Village of Howard, effectiv...
06/05/2020

Public Safety Director Ed Janke has issued an Emergency Declaration enacting a curfew in the Village of Howard, effective between the hours of 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. from June 5 to June 8.

Please be sure to read the entire order, including:

Police action will be directed toward people who are gathering as a mass and/or are engaged in illegal conduct. Police will not cite/arrest residents who are engaged in lawful activity. Businesses may be open during the curfew.

Public Safety Director Ed Janke has issued an Emergency Declaration enacting a curfew in the Village of Howard, effective between the hours of 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. from June 5 to June 8. To read the full order, click here:
https://www.villageofhoward.com/DocumentCenter/View/6877/Emergency-Declaration---Curfew

** 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.

With the Coronavirus, a lot of plans have had to change very quickly, which can lead to a lot of disappointment.Today, w...
04/01/2020

With the Coronavirus, a lot of plans have had to change very quickly, which can lead to a lot of disappointment.

Today, we received a message about a 4 year old boy named Grayson, who's birthday had to be cancelled. Grayson's dad said Grayson loves police officers and was wondering if someone could stop over today. Officers VanDeHei, Walters Dagneau and Sanford stopped by & were able to wish Grayson happy birthday. Officer Dagneau also attempted a virtual hug (which I think worked out).

Happy birthday from the Howard Police Department!

03/25/2020
Brown County Sheriff's Office

While not in the immediate area, please be aware of your surroundings and contact law enforcement if you see something suspicious.

Also important is the Howard Police Department (which is part of the Brown County Sheriff's Office) WILL NOT be conducting traffic stops for Safer at Home compliance checks.

UPDATE 3/30/2020.....THIS IS CONFIRMED FALSE ALSO, NO NEED FOR ASSISTANCE...Charges are being filed.

CORRECTION!!! THE NAME PLATE READ "BENJAMIN" NOT "ABRAHAM"

In regard to the report of someone impersonating an officer in conducting a Safer at Home traffic stop, the Sheriff's Office is looking for assistance in identifying the following:

"WHITE MALE IN HIS 30'S WITH A SHORT BROWN BEARD WEARING A GREEN UNIFORM AND BLACK BALL CAP WITH NO INSIGNIA. HE HAD A NAME PLATE READING ABRAHAM, HAD A MIC CLIPPED TO THE FRONT OF HIS SHIRT AND A CLIP LIGHT ON HIS BALL CAP. HE WAS DRIVING A DARK BLUE OR BLACK CHEV IMPALA WITH NO MARKINGS, THE VEHICLE DID HAVE RED AND BLUE LIGHTS ALONG THE WINDSHIELD"

This incident happened in the southern part of Brown County. Anyone having information re: this is asked to call the non-emergency number 920-391-7450 or Crime Stoppers at 920-432-STOP.

A reminder, the Sheriff's Office will not be conducting traffic stops for Safer at Home compliance checks.

***POTENTIAL FLOODING CONCERNS**3:45pm 3-10-2020Duck Creek is experiencing ice jams that have already flooded Pamperin P...
03/10/2020

***POTENTIAL FLOODING CONCERNS**
3:45pm 3-10-2020

Duck Creek is experiencing ice jams that have already flooded Pamperin Park, which is closed until further notice. There is a significant risk of ice jams causing flooding along Duck Creek in the Village of Howard between HWY 29 and the Bay of Green Bay tonight. Residence along this creek should monitor their property and take appropriate action as needed.

Brown County Emergency Management will keep the website: FLOODINGinBC.com up to date.

Coffee with a Cop will be back tomorrow morning at La Java, 430 Cardinal Ln, from 7am-9am.This is an informal event wher...
03/04/2020

Coffee with a Cop will be back tomorrow morning at La Java, 430 Cardinal Ln, from 7am-9am.

This is an informal event where anyone can learn more about their community and ask any questions that they have. You do not have to stay for the entire event, buy you can stop in whenever you have time. We hope to see you there!

In case anyone has not see this post from the Village of Howard, please take a moment to review the information about a ...
02/05/2020

In case anyone has not see this post from the Village of Howard, please take a moment to review the information about a child exchange location or internet purchase location which has been placed outside of the village hall (2456 Glendale Av).

Those who like to sell and/or purchase items via Craig's List or Facebook Marketplace now have another safe place to exchange their goods! Our Public Safety Department has made a few spaces in the Howard Village Hall main lot directly across from the building available for this and for child custody exchanges. The area is under 24-hour video surveillance and is well lit at night.

02/05/2020

We hope you will have the opportunity to join us for Coffee with a Cop tomorrow (Wednesday February 5th) from 7a-9a at La Java, 430 Cardinal Ln.

Thank you to Brookview Meadows for hosting officers at an event celebrating National Law Enforcement Day.  There was an ...
01/09/2020

Thank you to Brookview Meadows for hosting officers at an event celebrating National Law Enforcement Day. There was an excellent discussion with residents and some excellent treats! Deputies VanDeHei, Boudry and Reese, along with Lt Vandevoort joined DEO Sanford for this presentation.

We thank everyone in the community for their continued support, not just today on National Law Enforcement Day, but throughout the year!

01/08/2020

Don't forget, the first coffee with a cop is this morning at La Java, 430 Cardinal Ln from 7 am to 9 am.

For anyone unfamiliar with this event, it is an informal gathering where you can interact with local law enforcement and learn more about the community. You can come and go as you please, so you do not have to stay for the entire time.

We hope to see you there!

01/01/2020

We hope everyone has a SAFE and happy New Year.

Please remember to use a designated driver if you are out celebrating tonight.

Because of the New Year, Coffee with a Cop will be held next Wednesday, January 8th

Yesterday, Gina Schultz dropped off a gift basket for members of the Howard Police Department and Village of Howard Fire...
12/19/2019

Yesterday, Gina Schultz dropped off a gift basket for members of the Howard Police Department and Village of Howard Fire Department. Gina collected the items from numerous area businesses in the Howard / Suamico area (in all over 110 businesses) and all items will be distributed directly to the police officers and firefighters.

Thank you to all of the area businesses who support the officers and firefighters and thank you to Gina for organizing this! We are very fortunate to live and work in a community like this.

Just a reminder today, with the parade starting at 1pm, there will be some temporary road closures.  The parade route wi...
12/07/2019

Just a reminder today, with the parade starting at 1pm, there will be some temporary road closures. The parade route will be Cardinal Lane between Woodale Av (Bay View Middle School) and Glendale Av (Family Video), east on Glendale Av to Harwood Av (BP station), north on Harwood Av to Woodale and westbound on Woodale Av to Bay View Middle School. A detour will be posted.

11/02/2019

With today being November 1st, a quick reminder that overnight parking regulations are now in effect. From now until April 1st, no parking is allowed on ANY village street between 2:00am and 6:00am.

Thank you to all of the families who went out and had a safe time Trick-or-Treating!  A big thank you also to all who br...
11/01/2019

Thank you to all of the families who went out and had a safe time Trick-or-Treating! A big thank you also to all who braved the cold to visit with the giant donut.

Most importantly, thank you for allowing us to be part of the community and working with us to keep everyone safe!

Thank you to our local Meijer store who recently brought in coffee and snacks for officers during the national "Coffee w...
10/13/2019

Thank you to our local Meijer store who recently brought in coffee and snacks for officers during the national "Coffee with a Cop" week. Thank you for supporting law enforcement in the community!

The open house has started at the village hall on Glendale Av. We will be here until 3pm today!
10/12/2019

The open house has started at the village hall on Glendale Av. We will be here until 3pm today!

With school starting tomorrow, there will be numerous school buses picking up kids in the morning and dropping off in th...
09/03/2019

With school starting tomorrow, there will be numerous 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 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!

Howard Police Officers are out at Dunkin Donuts on Lineville this morning to help support the Special Olympics. Stop by ...
08/16/2019

Howard Police Officers are out at Dunkin Donuts on Lineville this morning to help support the Special Olympics. Stop by any time between now and 11am to get some pictures with a giant doughnut and a chance to dunk one of the officers in the dunk tank!

Thank you to all of the junior deputies who came out to Big Truck day today!
08/09/2019

Thank you to all of the junior deputies who came out to Big Truck day today!

Thank you to everyone who came out and enjoyed National Night Out with us!  The Howard Police Department and Village of ...
08/07/2019

Thank you to everyone who came out and enjoyed National Night Out with us! The Howard Police Department and Village of Howard Fire Department had a great time interacting with everyone & we hope you had a lot of fun too! Thank you again to Kwik Trip and Meijer for supporting this wonderful community event.

Events like this remind us how fortunate we are to live and work in a community like the Village of Howard!

Don't forget, if you didn't get a chance to stop out or your have more questions, the Howard Police Department will be at La Java, 430 Cardinal Ln from 7am-9am tomorrow. This is another opportunity to interact with Howard Police Officers.

If you are looking for an event that is a little more active, Howard Police Officers will be at Dunkin' Donuts on Lineville Rd next Friday (August 16th) supporting the wonderful athletes for the Special Olympics. Officers will be on the roof raising money. There will also be yard games and a dunk tank where people will have a chance to dunk a police officer.

Preparations are well underway for tonight's National Night Out event!  The event runs from 5pm-7pm tonight at the Howar...
08/06/2019

Preparations are well underway for tonight's National Night Out event! The event runs from 5pm-7pm tonight at the Howard Village Hall, 2456 Glendale Av. There will be free food and drink, chances to tour police and fire vehicles and also two separate K9 demonstrations. There is no cost for anything!

Thank you to Meijer and Kwik Trip for helping support this wonderful community event!

There will be numerous opportunities to interact with the Howard Police Department over the next couple of weeks.First, ...
08/02/2019

There will be numerous opportunities to interact with the Howard Police Department over the next couple of weeks.

First, National Night Out will be held this Tuesday August 6th from 5pm-7pm at the Howard Village Hall, 2456 Glendale Av. This is a completely free event where police vehicles and fire trucks from the Village of Howard Fire Department will be present. There will be free food and two different K9 demos.

Then, the very next day (Wednesday August 7th), officers will be at La Java, 430 Cardinal Ln from 7am-9am for Coffee with a Cop. For anyone who has never come, this is a relaxed event where anyone can ask any questions they have or just sit down with officers and learn more about their community. This is a come and go as you please event - no need to be present for the entire event if your schedule does not allow.

Finally, on Friday August 16th, officers will be at Dunkin' Donuts, 2455 Lineville Rd, from 6am-11am for the 'Cop on a Rooftop' event supporting the Special Olympics. Officers will be all over - not just on the rooftop - raising money for the Special Olympics. There will be a dunk tank and yard games available to give everyone a chance to interact with law enforcement in more fun and unique ways.

We hope to see you at all of the events!

National Night Out is this Tuesday, August 6th, from 5pm-7pm at the Howard Village Hall, 2456 Glendale Av.  This is a co...
08/01/2019

National Night Out is this Tuesday, August 6th, from 5pm-7pm at the Howard Village Hall, 2456 Glendale Av. This is a completely free event open to anyone.

The Howard Police Department and Village of Howard Fire Department will be on-hand to answer any questions and will have vehicles open for everyone to explore. The Brown County Sheriff's Office will have a two different K9 demonstrations showing how the K9 is used in both the patrol setting also bomb squad setting.

There will be hot dogs and water will also be available free of charge for anyone attending the event.

We hope to see you there!

**Quarry parking update**With the parking addition on the field south of the baseball diamond, parking on the east side ...
06/10/2019

**Quarry parking update**
With the parking addition on the field south of the baseball diamond, parking on the east side of Lakeview Dr north of Glendale Av has been eliminated (see map). The entire east side of the road is posted no parking. The original post from May 21st has been updated to reflect this. The west side of Lakeview Dr remains unchanged.

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2456 Glendale Avenue
Green Bay, WI
54313

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(920) 434-4640

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