Are there parking restrictions?
No parking in excess of 24 hours on any City street. Winter parking prohibits any vehicle to be parked from 3:00am - 6:00am on any City street. The winter parking restriction is enforced from November 1 - March 31.
An officer gave me a traffic ticket. Now what do I do?
You may either pay the pay the bond amount or appear in court on the court date indicated on the front of your ticket.
How can I register my vehicle?
The NLPD does offer Title Transfers and License Plate Renewals!
In addition to fees charged by the WI DMV, there are an additional counter fees:
Title Transfer - $19.50
License Plate Renewal - $10.00
This service is conveniently offered Monday - Friday 8am - 10pm
When is the Driver's Licensing Examiner in New London?
The Department of Motor Vehicles no longer comes to New London.
They have daily office hours in Appleton and Oshkosh. Also Monday and Wednesday office hours in Waupaca.
Call (800) 924-3570 for further information.
Can I burn in the City?
Fire Pit - 9.12(3)c. Maintaining controlled wood fires in pits not more than 36 inches in diameter, encircled with nonflammable material and located a minimum of 20 feet from any structure and 15 feet from a lot line. Fire pits shall be extinguished by 2:00 a.m., and may not be initiated prior to 8:00 a.m., or any time during a period of emergency (detailed in paragraph 9).
Anything Else - Contact the New London Fire Inspector for special consideration at 920-982-8507.
Click here to see the City's burning ordinance 9.12
Do cats and dogs have to be licensed?
Yes! They must be licensed in the beginning of each year. Proof of current rabies shots must be presented at the Municipal Building to obtain a license.
What about stray / injured animals?
For loose and injured dogs call the New London Police Department. All stray and injured dogs are taken to the Wolf River Veterinarian Clinic. For stray or injured cats, call the Wolf River Vet Clinic for availability of room. You will be responsible for transporting the cat to the vet clinic. For injured wildlife call the Mosquito Hill Nature Center at 920-779-6433.
Is there a junk ordinance?
Yes. See Municipal Code Ordinance 10.055.
Can I operate a snowmobile in town?
No. There are designated trails for snowmobiles. Contact your local DNR agent for locations.
What are the rules and regulations on dock/rafts?
See Municipal Code Ordinance 9.16.
I found a dead deer and want to tag it. What do I do?
Do NOT transport the animal. Call the sheriff's department first and inquire about obtaining a tag.
Can I hunt in the City?
No. See Municipal Code Ordinance 9.04.
Who do I report boating violations/complaints to?
You may contact your local Sheriff's Department or DNR.
Can I light off fireworks in the City?
No. Only fireworks allowed includes, but is not limited to toy snakes, toy caps, sparklers, champagne party poppers, whistles containing any amount of explosive, smoke devices, cylindrical foundations or any other device any amount of explosive powder or other chemical, or any homemade device which is similar in nature.
Here is a quick guide to Wisconsin Fireworks Law.
I locked my keys in my car. How can I get help?
Call the New London Police Department at 920-982-8505. There is a $10 fee for this service.
How do I get a restraining order?
Contact the Clerk of Courts in the county you live in.
Someone is soliciting magazines, meats, etc; door to door. Can they do that?
Yes, if they have a City issued solicitors license. If you wish to verify the license you can call the City Clerk's office Monday - Friday 8am - 4:30pm at 920-982-8500.
Does the City have a curfew?
Ages 13 and under - Monday thru Sunday is 10:00pm until 6:00am.
Ages 14-17 - Sunday thru Thursday is 11:00pm, Friday and Saturday is midnight.
I'm going on vacation. Can the Police Department watch my house?
Yes, please call 920-982-8505 or stop in at the Police Department.
Where can I get a copy of my accident report?
For a small fee you may stop at the New London Police Department and obtain a copy.
Access your police report at: https://app.wi.gov/crashreports to get a copy. Reports will typically show up on the website 3-5 days after the accident. You will need your driver's license number and date of accident. The state does charge a fee for the report.
When does my sidewalk have to be shoveled?
Sidewalks to be kept clear. The owner or lessee of every lot or parcel of land in the City, fronting or abutting upon a sidewalk shall clear the sidewalk in front of or abutting upon said premises, as the case may be, of snow and ice within 24 hours after the same has ceased to fall thereon. The owners or lessees of corner lots shall be responsible for removing ice and snow to the intersection. See Municipal Code Ordinance 8.06.
Where can skateboards be used?
See Municipal Code Ordinance 9.29.
Can I drive my scooter on the roadway or sidewalks?
Popular motorized scooters raise concerns and questions. WisDOT has issued a reminder that motorized scooters may not be used on public roads and sidewalks. Although a wide variety of motorized scooters are sold by various retail outlets statewide in recent months, the small gas or electric-powered scooters do not meet National Highway Traffic Safety Commission standards for motor vehicle safety. As a result, they can't be registered and can't be operated on any street or sidewalk within a roadway's right-of-way. Paul Nilsen from WisDOT's Office of General Counsel notes that the law treats motorized scooters just like lawn tractors, all-terrain vehicles, go-carts and other off-road vehicles. In addition, anyone operating one on a street or sidewalk without a driver's license could face charges for doing so. For juveniles, such a citation could make them ineligible for a driver's license when they turn 16. Motorized scooters may be operated on private property where the owner has given consent.
Does the Police Department do fingerprinting and when can I get mine done?
The Police Department will fingerprint individuals for employment purposes. There is a $10.00 fee. Please call prior to coming in.
Why do they ask so many questions when I call the Police Department?
To better serve you we need to gather as much information as possible. All complaints are documented in our system. Officers responding to complaints may need to verify authenticity.
Can I shoot bow in town?
See Municipal Code Ordinance 9.03.
Where can I register my recreational vehicle on-line?
Click here to go to the website.
How do I contact the Green Bay Department of Natural Resources?
DNR Service CNTR
2984 Shawano Ave.
Green Bay, WI 54307-0448
Monday - Friday
8:30am - 4:30pm (open during lunch)
How do I contact the Oshkosh Department of Natural Resources?
DNR Satellite Center
625 E. Cty Rd Y
Oshkosh, WI 54903-2565
Monday - Friday
11:00am - 2:00pm