Who to call – How
do I contact the Police Department?
for crimes in progress and medical
emergencies. The non-emergency dispatch
number is 715-684-2112. The Hammond
Police Department’s office
number is 715.796.2345.
How do I take
care of a parking ticket or a citation?
relating to your Court appearance,
payment of fines, and matters pending
before Municipal Court, please call
the Court Clerk at 796-2345 (ext.
129). Parking tickets and citations
may be paid by mail or in person
at the Police Department. (There
is a drop box located at the Police
Department for after-hours payments.)
You may pay online
at www.officialpayments.com or
call 1-800-272-9829 (option #3).
(Use Jurisdiction Code: 6770) Note: A
minimal fee will be charged by Official
How do I get
It is recommended
that you have fingerprinting done
at the St. Croix County Sheriff’s
Department, 1101 Carmichael Road,
How do I obtain
a police report?
Police Department operates under
Wisconsin's Open Records Laws. You
can call or stop at the Police Department
to request a report. The review process
usually takes 5-7 days; there is
a $10.00 fee for the copy of a report.
Who do I call
if my vehicle has been towed?
you should call the Police Department
715.796.2345 or Buster’s Towing
at 715-684-2907 or Dan’s Towing
Should I report
suspicious activity in my neighborhood?
call to report crimes or suspicious
activity is important. Prevention
and solutions to crimes depend greatly
on information provided by citizens.
Information such as a vehicle’s
license plate number, color, make
of vehicle or a person’s description
(clothing, hair, build, etc.) are
important. You may also email information/tips
to our department at email@example.com.
What are the
night parking regulations?
may be parked on any street in the
Village of Hammond from November
1st to April 1st from 3:00 a.m. to
6:00 a.m. – Snow Ordinance. Under
special circumstances, temporary
overnight parking permission may
be granted – call 715-796-2345
For additional parking
restrictions, refer to Hammond’s
What is the
curfew for juveniles?
AGE Days Curfew
15 & under All
p.m. – 6:00 a.m.
16 & 17 All
p.m. – 6:00 a.m.
Do I need to
license my dog?
Contact Clerk’s Office at 715-796-2727
for license requirements.
Refer to Village
Ordinances, Section 14 for
additional information on animal
Is it necessary
to obtain a permit or prior permission
for a recreational fire?
your fire pit is to be approved by
the Chief of Police and these rules
must be followed:
- No larger than
3 feet in diameter surrounded with
an enclosure of rock, brick, cement
block or a similar material
- Located no less
than 15 feet from a property line and
no less than 20 feet from any structure
- To be supervised
by individual at least 16 years old
and have some means of putting the
fire out at hand
- No rubbish or garbage
to be burned
What does the
warning siren mean?
of Hammond owns three outdoor warning
sirens, which are used to notify
the public of emergency events within
the community or county. Sirens will
be automatically activated by St.
Croix County Emergency Communications
whenever a severe thunderstorm warning
or tornado warning has been issued
by the National Weather Service for
St. Croix County. Persons who hear
the siren should tune into TV or
radio for more information regarding
the reason for siren activation.
DO NOT CALL 9-1-1.
What is a restraining
order and how do I get one?
order is a court order that prohibits
one person from having contact with
another. Restraining orders are generally
used when one person wants protection
from another. CLICK
HERE for more information
on restraining orders and how to
How do I inquire about found or seized property?
The Hammond Police Department may be holding found or seized property. Please contact Chief Coltrain to ensure that the requirements have been met for release at 715-796-2345.
Pursuant to Wisconsin Statutes 66.0139 and 968.20, unclaimed property is sold at www.propertyroom.com.
Where do I go for information on the new Conceal Carry Gun Law?
For more information on the new Conceal Carry gun regulations, please access the Department of Justice site: www.doj.state.wi.us