Village of Pulaski Police Department

Village of Pulaski Police Department Pulaski Police Department Keeping the citizens within the Village of Pulaski and surrounding areas informed of things happening in the village and building a trusting bond with the community.

Operating as usual


Thank you to the kind resident who bought our night shift Officer dinner last night. This was a very nice gesture and appreciated.

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Recently, some posts have been circulating social media about suspicious people/situations occurring in the village. Our department has been contacted about both situations and both are unrelated incidents involving different individuals.

Most recently, our department has been contacted about several vehicles that were entered overnight on the west side of the village and items taken from them. A male subject was identified in relation to these incidents and was taken into custody. We believe that there may be other victims related to these incidents and are asking residents in this area to contact our department if you believe that items have been taken from you vehicle.

As always, please remember to lock your vehicles at night, remove your keys, and do not leave any valuable items inside of them. If you happen to see something or someone acting suspicious in your neighborhood, please call us and we will respond to investigate the situation.


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On Monday August 24th, our night shift Officer assisted the Shawano County Sheriff’s Dept with a verbal disturbance near St. Augustine / STH 156. After the incident was handled, two little girls from a nearby residence brought the Officers bottles of water and thanked them for their service.

High fives were provided as thanks. We appreciate the support from our community and surrounding areas.

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With the 4th of July right around the corner, please review our fireworks ordinance.


(b) PRIVATE USE AND SALE. No person shall sell, expose or offer for sale, use, keep, discharge or explode any fireworks, except toy-pistol paper caps, sparklers and toy snakes, within the limits of the Village, unless he shall be authorized by a fireworks permit as hereinafter provided.

The term "fireworks"as used in this section shall be defined as provided in §167.10(1), Wis. Stats., and shall be deemed to include all rockets or similar missiles containing explosive fuel.

Have a safe and happy 4th of July!


The Village Hall and Police Department are now OPEN to the Public!


DO NOT enter the building if you are experiencing any of these symptoms or have been in contact with anyone with these symptoms:

Shortness of breath
Fever (100.4 F)
Nasal Congestion
Sore throat

Masks are not required to enter the building, but they are encouraged.

The prescription medication box located in the front lobby of the Village Hall / Police Department is open as well.

Village of Pulaski Public Works

FYI - Parking on E. Green Bay St.

Advance Construction, Inc.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Office (920) 434-3978
Fax (920) 434-6228
2141 Woodale Ave.
Green Bay, WI 54313​

Dear Resident,

Please refrain from parking on the road on E Green Bay St tomorrow (Thursday) 5-21-2020 and again on Friday 5-22-2020. Northeast Asphalt will be working on paving the next 2 days to get the surface layer of asphalt down. You will still have access, but it may require you to take a different route.

We thank you for your cooperation and apologize for any inconvenience.

Shane Kofler


We are investigating a hit and run accident that occurred on Thursday May 7, 2020 between 6p-7p on Falcon Dr. The run vehicle is a newer model small gray car (hatchback) or maybe a small SUV that possibly has front passenger side damage. The male driver appeared to be in his late teens or early twenties (18-20).

If you have information regarding this accident, please contact the Pulaski Police Dept at 391-7450. You may also remain anonymous by calling CrimeStoppers at 920-432-STOP or by using the P3 app.

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Village of Pulaski - Home

Recently we have been receiving more private messages through our Department page of citizens wanting to file complaints on things occurring within the Village.

Even though we welcome the interaction and willingness to report what is going on, our page isn’t monitored 24/7/365. We do the best we can but the reality is that we may not be able to respond to your message right away which delays response.

In the event that you need Police assistance, please call 920-822-1358 (during normal business hours) and 920-391-7450 (after hours). If you need to speak to a specific Officer, please call 920-822-5613 and pick the appropriate extension.

Contact information is also listed on our website at

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Village of Pulaski, Pulaski


We would like to thank the kind gentlemen who bought our Officer dinner last night (04/30/20). It was not expected but much appreciated.

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**Found Item**

A shock collar for a dog was found on the Mountain Bay Trail near Ullmer’s Fabrication. If you lost yours, please contact the Pulaski Police Dept at 920-391-7450.

Thank You!


Headlights please

It's foggy

Pulaski Polka Days


Hello Pulaski Polka Days fans and followers, after careful consideration, we the committee have made the decision to cancel the 2020 Pulaski Polka Days event July 16-19. The safety of our many volunteers and guests that attend this event are of the utmost importance.

Should you have concerns or questions, please send an email to [email protected]. We will be monitoring this email and will do our best to answer questions. The committee will also reach out to any parties that may have camping reservations, pledged sponsorship, bands or any other affiliation to Pulaski Polka Days. Please allow the committee time, as we are all volunteers.

We appreciate your support through these difficult times our country has encountered. We hope to see everyone in 2021. So keep on dancing the polka!

Thank you,
The Pulaski Polka Days Inc Committee


585 E. Glenbrook Dr
Pulaski, WI

General information

Pulaski Police Department 585 E. Glenbrook Dr. Pulaski, WI 54162 Emergency Number: 911 Non-Emergency: (920) 822-5110 Office Message Line: (920) 822-5613


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