From Interim

Chief of Police

Warmer Temperatures 

As the snow melts and the accompanying flooding subsides, warm temperatures will bring out more bicycle riders. Young people on bicycles are out having fun. They do not always think about complying with traffic laws as they should. As adults, we should anticipate this and use extreme caution when we see young bicyclists.

Matt has just completed the first six months of his new assignment as the CRO, and has exceeded everyone's expectations. 

New Dog Ordinance

The signs have been modified and the Officers have been making contact with people and educating them on the new ordinance which prohibits all dogs from the cemetery property. Thank you to everyone for modifying their walks and complying with the new ordinance.

The prohibition set forth in Section 7.20.010 shall not apply to:

A.  Deer management practices approved, authorized, and sponsored by the village;

B.  Use of bird feeders, or their equivalent, for the sole purpose of the feeding of birds, and

C.  Cultivation of naturally growing grains, fruits or vegetables, for purposes other than the feeding of whitetail deer, but which inadvertently attract whitetail deer.

"No person shall engage in the artificial feeding of whitetail deer within the village limits, except as set forth in Section 7.20.020. "Artificial feeding" shall be defined as the placement of shelled corn and/or other types of grain, salt or minerals, and fruit or vegetable matter, on the ground or in feeders, mangers or any type of structure or receptacle for the purpose of feeding or attracting whitetail deer on any private or public property. 

Feeding Deer Prohibited

The Police Department has learned that some residents are purposely feeding deer in an effort to attract the deer into their yard for viewing. This practice is prohibited by ordinance as part of the Village's deer management program that attempts to limit the herd to a reasonable number. The ordinance reads as follows:

Officer Awarded Certificate of Excellence 

Through the leadership of the Kohler School District's Superintendent, Quynh Trueblood, the Community Resource Officer position became a partnership between the Kohler School District and the Kohler Police Department. Officer Matt Hocevar was selected to fill the position.

Last Day of School is June 12th  

Thank you to Lori Wychesit and Lana Lensink, our outstanding school crossing guards, for providing a safe environment for our children walking to/from school this past school year!