The Village of Mukwonago Police Department

The Village of Mukwonago Police Department The Village of Mukwonago Police Department provides service to the citizens of Mukwonago, WI. With 14 sworn officers and 7 dispatchers, we respond to calls for service 24/7.
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Operating as usual

Congratulations to Officer Robert Kreiser who was sworn in to position of Lieutenant yesterday at the Village Hall. Lt. ...
12/31/2020

Congratulations to Officer Robert Kreiser who was sworn in to position of Lieutenant yesterday at the Village Hall. Lt. Kreiser joins the command staff of Chief Kevin Schmidt, Assistant Chief Dan Streit, and Lt. Chris DeMotto.

12/20/2020
Walmart Mukwonago

I believe we enjoyed the day as much as the children. Thank you to everyone involved in making this possible.

Thank you to the Village of Mukwonago Police Department for the “Shop with a Cop” event. Seventeen children left smiling ear to ear!

Thank you to everyone who has helped fill the box. We believe there is still room for more. One more day left to bust th...
12/13/2020

Thank you to everyone who has helped fill the box. We believe there is still room for more. One more day left to bust the box!

About every three hours in Wisconsin, someone is killed or injured in an alcohol-related crash. Drivers impaired by alco...
12/09/2020

About every three hours in Wisconsin, someone is killed or injured in an alcohol-related crash. Drivers impaired by alcohol or other drugs pose a serious hazard to themselves, their passengers and everyone else along our roadways. Preliminary data indicates that already in 2020, 166 fatal crashes occurred involving a suspected impaired driver, 31 more than in 2019 at this time.

As part of our year-round public safety efforts, the Village of Mukwonago Police Department will join law enforcement agencies across Wisconsin during the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign from December 18, 2020 through New Year‘s Day 2021. This is NOT about stopping, citing or arresting motorists. This is about saving lives and preventing tragedies.

Last year in Wisconsin, there were 6,058 alcohol-related crashes that injured 2,918 people and resulted in 140 deaths (about one-quarter of all traffic fatalities). But alcohol is not the only problem. We also see drivers impaired by illegal drugs, prescription and over-the-counter medications. Recent research indicates that due to the pandemic, drug and alcohol use is up and more crashes have resulted.

To help identify and remove impaired drivers from our roadways, Wisconsin has 5,223 law enforcement officers trained in ARIDE - Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement. Wisconsin also has 310 highly-trained Drug Recognition Experts - among the most in the nation.

Citizens play a vital role. Never allow someone to drive impaired. If you see a driver that you suspect is impaired, call 911 and provide as much detail as you can. Protect yourself and your passengers by buckling up, watch your speed, be patient and alert. Thanks for your support throughout the year to help keep our streets and communities safe.

Let’s not add more tragedy to 2020,

12/07/2020

A good Samaritan found property on Small Farm Road today. He brought it into the Police Department. So if you or someone you know, lost something today, in the area of Small Farm Rd, give us a call. 262-363-6435

12/05/2020
Mr. Pheasant

Mr. Pheasant wanted a ride along, but Officer Kubiak already had one.

12/05/2020
This holiday season, The Village of Mukwonago Police Department has partnered up with Brew52, the Mukwonago Area Chamber...
12/02/2020

This holiday season, The Village of Mukwonago Police Department has partnered up with Brew52, the Mukwonago Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Center, and Campbell Construction for a Holiday Gift Drive! The gifts will be distributed to various local shelters that are very much in need of them, especially after the year we've all had.
We are asking for new and unwrapped toys/gifts for ages 0-16 years old. They are due by December 14th and can be dropped off at Brew52 or at the Village of Mukwonago Police Department. Please join us in helping our fellow citizens.

The Village of Mukwonago Police Department is open 24/7. The large box is in the outer lobby.

The Montes family recently donated Sol De Mexico gift cards to all members of the department in appreciation of our serv...
11/27/2020

The Montes family recently donated Sol De Mexico gift cards to all members of the department in appreciation of our service. Thank you Elena, Salvado Sr. and Sal Jr.

The Village of Mukwonago Police Department is open 24/7. The large box is in the outer lobby.
11/24/2020

The Village of Mukwonago Police Department is open 24/7. The large box is in the outer lobby.

11/20/2020

****THE MUKWONAGO AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PARADE HAS BEEN CANCELED***

Traditionally, our community has celebrated Midnight Magic on the first Saturday of December each year bringing over 5K people to our community. We all know, COVID-19 cases are rising rapidly, thus large events and gatherings are simply not possible. In spite of that, we are not letting COVID-19 cancel ALL of Midnight Magic events.

A “Month-Long” of Midnight Magic....allows the community to support, shop and attend small and distanced holiday spirited events at our local Mukwonago businesses.

Midnight Magic Happenings on December 5th:

• Fireworks at 8PM
• Horse Drawn Carriage Rides at 4pm – 9pm; presales only at
Citizens Bank drive thru
• Brooklife Light Show at 5pm – 10pm; every night on the ½
hour December 5 – 22nd
• East Troy Electric Railroad Santa at 5:30pm; Train leaving
Indian Head Park
• St. Johns Live Nativity at 6:30pm & 7:30pm
• Pictures of Santa – Field Park (Details to follow in future posts)
• Parade of Storybooks Display & Auction at Thomas
Greenhouses & Gardens displayed everyday through
December 22nd.
• Gingerbread House Display – at BREW 52 displayed everyday
through December 22nd.
• Local Business - open for shopping all season, many with
specials, events, prizes and treats.

Canceled until 2021:
Marketplace/Craft fair, Christmas Parade, Alaskan Dog Sled, Tree Lighting Ceremony, Chili dump on the Square, Cookie Walk and Home Alone Movie at the Library.

11/18/2020

If you, or you know of someone, who left an older cell phone at The Mukwonago Express Coin Laundry, at 923 Greenridge Center, please come on down to The Village of Mukwonago Police Department to claim it. It appears to be a child's phone with very limited access and information.

11/14/2020

*******Owner claimed his property******* Today, lost hunting gear, a compound bow with case, was dropped off at the Village of Mukwonago Police Department. We would really like to reunite the property with the owner's smiling face. So if you own this property or know of someone who lost their property come on down and claim it with a description of the property 😃

11/11/2020

The bridge is now open!!
CTH ES (National Avenue/Fox Street) is now open.

Thank you for your patience.

***** Rivers Edge Wash n Lube, in the Village of Mukwonago*****In honor of those who serve and have served in our armed ...
11/11/2020

***** Rivers Edge Wash n Lube, in the Village of Mukwonago*****

In honor of those who serve and have served in our armed services, this Veterans Day we are providing a FREE Shine Wash to all Veterans and Active Duty Military Personel.

Show your Show military ID, DD214, or state driver's license with military insignia stamp to our cashier for a FREE Shine Car Wash! This is good only on Wednesday, November 11, 2020, rain, or shine.

Thank you for your service!

It is with deep sadness that we share with the Mukwonago community the passing of longtime community member and Retired ...
11/11/2020

It is with deep sadness that we share with the Mukwonago community the passing of longtime community member and Retired Assistant Chief Fred Purdy. Fred passed away yesterday Sunday 11-8-20. Our deepest sympathy goes to his wife Judee, son Scott, daughter Trisha, and all his other family and friends.

Fred was a true leader for all that knew him. Fred had a forward vision to see the Fire Department and the people around him succeed. Fred never stopped giving back to his community through service. After a short retirement, Fred came back to MFD to help the department move forward again and was the Acting Fire Chief in 2011.

Fred always looked for the good in people and helped them succeed. Fred took so many people under his wing and helped them grow and we are all better for that. Fred's proudest moment I would have to think, was when he was able to work with his son Scott in the fire service in Mukwonago. Father helping his son grow as a firefighter.

Rest in Peace Fred Purdy, know that we are better people for what you have shared with each of us on this earth.

Thank you to all who have and are serving 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
11/11/2020

Thank you to all who have and are serving 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

11/06/2020
***** SUSPECT IN CUSTODY****
11/06/2020

***** SUSPECT IN CUSTODY****

Midnight Magic Parade Route Closure.On Saturday, December 5, 2020, the Mukwonago Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting the...
11/03/2020

Midnight Magic Parade Route Closure.
On Saturday, December 5, 2020, the Mukwonago Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting the annual Midnight Magic event in the Village of Mukwonago.

The Chamber of Commerce has changed the route and time of the Midnight Magic Christmas parade.
The parade will begin at 5:00pm, in the area of Main Street (CTH ES) and River Crest Court and proceed north/northeast on Main Street to North Rochester Street (STH 83).
The parade will then travel north on North Rochester Street (STH 83) from Main Street (CTH ES)to Washington Avenue.
The parade will then travel east on Washington Avenue and end at the Mukwonago Library.

The roads will be closed at approximately 4:45pm.
The orange route on the attached map will be the posted detour route during the parade. The route is in blue on the map.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation.

11/02/2020

Village of Mukwonago Winter Parking Restrictions;

Winter parking regulations started November 1st and goes until March 31st. During this time, you are required to get a parking permit to park on village roads between 2am and 6am for more than 30 minutes. With the permit you must park on the odd side of the streets on odd days or even side of the street during even days. If you live in a subdivision that only has one-side parking all the time, you must park on that side every night.

A monthly permit cost $12.00 and a seasonal permit is $55.00. The permit must be placed on the inside of the driver’s side window and it can’t obstruct the VIN.
This information can also be found on the Village of Mukwonago website.

10/24/2020
Take Back Day

https://takebackday.dea.gov/

The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and anonymous means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse and medications.

Winter Farmers Market will be held at Phantom Lake YMCA Camp on the second and fourth Saturdays starting November throug...
10/22/2020

Winter Farmers Market will be held at Phantom Lake YMCA Camp on the second and fourth Saturdays starting November through April

10/21/2020
Tell your family and friends.
10/20/2020

Tell your family and friends.

Tell your friends, family and co-workers that October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Share a statistic with them ...
10/13/2020

Tell your friends, family and co-workers that October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Share a statistic with them to help others learn and let them know this is why you support The Women's Center.

- It is estimated that 1 and 3 women and 1 and 4 men have experienced some form of physical violence by an intimate partner.
- The Women's Center worked with over 1,100 unduplicated adult and child survivors of domestic violence in 2019, interacting with them over 17,000 times.
- 20 people are victims of physical violence every minute in the United States.

***Attention !! **Temporary road closures for North Rochester Street on 10/16/20.***Mukwonago High School Homecoming Par...
10/12/2020

***Attention !! **Temporary road closures for North Rochester Street on 10/16/20.***
Mukwonago High School Homecoming Parade is this Friday.
The parade starts at 4:00pm, please follow the detour signs.
Also keep your 👁 👁 attention on the roads as there will be a lot of excited students. 🦶 🦶

TRICK OR TREAT DATE CHANGE FOR THE VILLAGE OF MUKWONAGO.Please note the Village Board approved changing the 2020 Trick o...
10/08/2020

TRICK OR TREAT DATE CHANGE FOR THE VILLAGE OF MUKWONAGO.

Please note the Village Board approved changing the 2020 Trick or Treat date to Saturday, October 31, 2020 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Please help us spread the word.

09/19/2020
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09/18/2020

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09/18/2020

Photos from The Village of Mukwonago Police Department's post

09/18/2020
09/11/2020
Officer Shaun Pinkowski presents Chief Schmidt with the Patriot Award from the U.S. Department of Defense Employer Suppo...
09/10/2020

Officer Shaun Pinkowski presents Chief Schmidt with the Patriot Award from the U.S. Department of Defense Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Program. This award recognizes supervisors and bosses nominated by a Guardsman or Reservist employee for support provided directly to the nominator. Officer Pinkowski nominated Chief Schmidt for his support of Pinkowski and his duties in the U.S. Army Reserve.

On September 3, 2020, our newest Police Officer Kayla Tipton took her oath of office. Kayla came to us from the Village ...
09/10/2020

On September 3, 2020, our newest Police Officer Kayla Tipton took her oath of office. Kayla came to us from the Village of Pewaukee Police Department and was previously a Reserve Police Officer for the Village of Mukwonago. Also on this date, Lieutenant Daniel Streit also took his oath of office for the newly created position of Assistant Chief of Police.

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627 S. Rochester Street
Mukwonago, WI
53149

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