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You may request to have Waunakee Police Officers periodically check the exterior, perimeter of your property while you are on vacation by completing a Vacation Watch request form. Officers will take a walk around the house at various times during their shift looking for open doors, windows or other suspicious circumstances. You will be asked to provide a contact number in case an officer needs to reach you. Vacation watches do not take the place of basic home security or an alarm system. Forms are available at the Waunakee Police Department or online.
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Monday-Friday 7am-5pm (exception holidays and office staff vacation) the police department’s lobby is open. If the lobby is locked, there is a phone that will ring into the police department, and an officer will come out to assist you.
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Parking Tickets are paid via mail or in person atWaunakee Police Department205 North Klein DriveWaunakee, WI. 53597Non-Emergency Number 608-849-4523
There are organizations such as charitable, non-profit organizations that may be exempt from having to obtain a permit. As a general rule, if you are being asked to make a charitable contribution ask for some proof of credentials, literature and the organizations mission etc. You should consider making your contribution by mailing a check to the organization’s main office. Persistent and aggressive attempts to solicit cash donations should be viewed with reasonable skepticism. In any case if you have questions or concerns regarding people going door to door, please contact the Waunakee Police Department.
The Waunakee Police Department has a med-drop box located in their lobby. We encourage people to bring their unwanted/unused medications to the police department and drop them in the med-drop box during normal business hours M-F 7am-6pm. Information about how to dispose of medication using the med-drop box can be found here. The police department participates in a state-wide drug round up twice per year and the medications are safely and securely transported to an incinerator.