Hunter's Sight In Clinic
The Mayville Police Department will be opening the firearms range to the public to allow hunters the opportunity to check the functionality and accuracy of their rifle prior to gun season. This is a free service provided by the police department and a firearms instructor will be on site.
2016 Clinic Dates
Hunters are reminded to bring their rifle unloaded and cased unto the range. Eye protection and hearing protection required. Call 920-387-7903 for more information.
The mission of the Mayville Police Department is to provide professional and ethical services and work cooperatively with the community to enforce the laws, preserve the peace, reduce the fear of crime and provide for a safe environment.
The prescription drug drop off box, located in the front lobby of the police department, is open to the public, Monday through Friday from 8:00am - 4:30pm.
K9 Boja and her handler, Officer Mark Forster provide a unique and valuable service to the City of Mayville. Boja is trained in drug detection, tracking, and area searches. Officer Forster and Boja are frequently called upon to make presentations for schools and help educate our youth about the dangers of drugs.
The MPD K9 Program is funded entirely through donations and fundraisers. K9 Boja would not be possible without the generous help and support of the Mayville Community.
If you would like to know more about Boja or how you can help maintain the program, please contact the Mayville Police Department at 920-387-7903.