Algoma Police Department
Police Department Contacts
David E. Cornelius - Chief Deputy, Kewaunee County Sheriff's Dept.
Lt. Jason Veeser, Kewaunee County Sheriff's Dept.
Ron Seidl - email@example.com
Cody Gulbrand - firstname.lastname@example.org
Tyler Tuttle - email@example.com
Brad Detampel - firstname.lastname@example.org
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The mission of the Algoma Police Department is to enhance the quality of life for those living in the City of Algoma by providing quality law enforcement service to the community, through fairness, integrity and professionalism, promoting a safe environment through law enforcement and citizen interaction, and by the equitable enforcement of the laws of the City of Algoma and the State of Wisconsin within the framework of the Constitution of the United States.
General Business Office Hours
The Police Department has general business hours from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM Monday thru Friday. Appointments can be made for any other times including Saturdays and Sundays. There is usually only one (1) officer on at a time. The on-duty police officer is not guaranteed to be in the office all the time.
Algoma City Ordinance prohibits the parking of vehicles on all City streets between the hours of 2:00 A.M. - 5:00 A.M. November 1st through March 31st of each year. You may call the Algoma Police Department at (920) 487-3311 for permission to park overnight if necessary.
The owner, occupant or person in charge of buildings and lots or parcels of land where there are sidewalks, shall, within 48 hours after each snow fall remove the snow from the fulllength and width of the sidewalk in front of such premises without notice. If such owner, occupant or person in charge shall fail to remove the snow from the sidewalk within 48 hours the City will have a contractor remove the snow and the City will bill accordingly. Any unpaid snow removal bills will be added as a special assessment to that year's property tax bill.
Property Watch Information Form
If you are planning on leaving your residence/business for an extended period of time and would like to let
the Algoma Police Department know, please fill out the form below!