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WELCOME TO OUR NEW CHIEF OF POLICE!

ERIC R FISHER

Chief Fisher is already patrolling, so be sure to give him a wave and say hello!

The Cleveland Village Board unanimously confirmed the appointment of Eric Fisher as part-time Police Chief for the Village of Cleveland on Monday, April 29, 2024.  Mr. Fisher has extensive leadership experience and training in law enforcement, including 8 years as Chief of Police in the Wisconsin communities of Poynette, Wyocena, and New Holstein.

“I look forward to engaging with the people of Cleveland,” Chief Fisher stated.  “I’m committed to community engagement and active patrol, and will focus on outreach with the public, other agencies, and local civic organizations and businesses.”

Village President Jake Holzwart noted Chief Fisher’s deeply held belief in the principles and concepts of community-based policing, and his background in leadership and planning, will engage the Department with its mission for public service.  “Chief Fisher has the energy and ability to positively impact this community.  The Village Board looks forward to working with him and the other Village staff to advance services and inspire positive relationships within Cleveland.”

Chief Fisher has over 24 years of law enforcement experience, and is a graduate of the Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command and the University of Wisconsin Law Enforcement Command College, and has earned a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Upper Iowa University.  He currently serves as Chief of Police for the City of New Holstein and will continue in that capacity.


VILLAGE HALL WALK-IN HOURS

MONDAY through THURSDAY
10am to 12noon
12:30pm to 4pm

Village Hall staff are also available by appointment, if needed.
To schedule an appointment, call (920) 693-8181 or email swilker@clevelandwi.gov.


Utility Payments:

Utility payments can be made in person during open hours, placed in one of the drop boxes outside the Village Hall front door, mailed to Village Hall, or by echeck or credit card at www.clevelandwi.gov/payments through our vendor, Payment Services Network (PSN). There is a service fee charged by PSN. 

Dog Licenses:

Pursuant to Section 174.052 of the Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given to all owners of dogs in Manitowoc County that rabies vaccinations and dog licenses are required according to the Wisconsin Statutes.

Vaccination of all dogs against rabies by a veterinarian is required according to Wisconsin Statute Section 95.21(2) within 30 days after a dog reaches 4 months of age and re-vaccinated within one year after the initial vaccination. Older dogs must be re-vaccinated when the certificate expires or within 3 years of the previous vaccination.

All dogs 5 months of age or older require a license.

License Fee

  • Neutered Male – $10.00
  • Unneutered Male – $20.00
  • Spayed Female – $10.00
  • Unspayed Female – $20.00

Penalties
A late fee of $10.00 shall be assessed the owner of each dog 5 months of age or over who fails to obtain a dog license by April 1 or within 30 days of obtaining ownership of a licensable dog, per Wisconsin Statute 174.05(5).

Any owner who fails to have a dog vaccinated, as required by statute, may be required to forfeit up to $500.

Dog license payments can be made in person during open hours, placed in one of the drop boxes outside the Village Hall front door, mailed to Village Hall, or by echeck or credit card at www.clevelandwi.gov/payments through our vendor, Payment Services Network (PSN). There is a service fee charged by PSN. 

    • Please do not combine payments with any other type of payment.
    • A receipt for a drop box payment will be mailed or emailed upon request.
    • You will be mailed the dog tag and license if you do not license in person.
    • The drop boxes are checked daily.

Building Permits: 

Building permit applications can be dropped off in person, placed in one of the drop boxes outside the Village Hall, mailed to Village Hall, or emailed to village@clevelandwi.gov. Permit fees can be paid in person, placed in one of the drop boxes, mailed, or paid by echeck or credit card at www.clevelandwi.gov/payments through our vendor, Payment Services Network (PSN). There is a service fee charged by PSN. The approved permit card can be picked up or will be mailed, emailed, or faxed to you.

    • Please do not combine payments with any other type of payment.

Dated February 8, 2024


 GARBAGE AND RECYCLING PICKUP

Curbside Pickup is

TUESDAYS beginning at 6:00AM

Leave 5 to 6 feet between carts so the equipment can
pickup and drop off with less likelihood of the cart tipping over.

Placing one cart on each side
of the driveway is recommended,
but please don’t block access to your mailbox!

If you don’t have 5 to 6 feet available,
separate the carts as much as reasonable
to minimize the chances of cart damage.

Contact information to discuss delivery or service issues, ask questions, or report a damaged cart:
GFL Environmental
(920) 687-2631
ChiltonWI@gflenv.com


YARD WASTE SITE IS OPEN

                            The Yard Waste site will be OPEN on
Memorial Day, Monday, May 27th.  

We will close the site on Tuesday, May 28th.

Normal Hours resume after this timeframe. 


Notice a Street Light out? Contact Wisconsin Public Service at the following website:

WPS_Street Light


BOW HUNTING PERMIT
— APPLICATION AVAILABLE —

Did you know permits are available to crossbow or bow and arrow hunt in the Village? 

This program is managed by the Cleveland Police Department.  Feel free to reach out to them with questions: 920-693-3442 or police@clevelandwi.gov.  The application is available below.

BOW HUNTING PERMIT APPLICATION

Posted October 13, 2022