Effective April 2017, the Mayville Police Department email addresses have changed. They are now @mayvillecity.com. For example, Captain Ryan Vossekuil's email has changed from firstname.lastname@example.org to email@example.com.
The City of Mayville has updated it's Winter Parking Restrictions. The previous rule of no overnight parking beginning Dec 1st, is no longer valid. In a combined effort to better serve the residents of the City of Mayville, the Mayville Police Department and the Mayville DPW will be following a "1 inch rule". The DPW only plows if there is 1 inch or more of accumulated snowfall. If snowfall does not reach 1 inch, the DPW will only salt the roads. Therefore, the Mayville Police Department will be following this rule as well. Parking Enforcement will only be conducted if snowfall accumulates to 1 inch or more. Residents may park on the street overnight if there is not enough accumlated snowfall. We do ask that all residents follow weather advisories and plan accordingly to assist with this transition.
**Parking overnight on Main Street and in Municipal Parking Lots still have the same restrictions they have in the past**
K9 Boja and her handler, Officer Kirsten Birch provide a unique and valuable service to the City of Mayville. Boja is trained in drug detection, tracking, and area searches. Officer Birch 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.
Prescription Drop Off
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.