COVID-19 Update from the Antigo Police Department Regarding Police Matters
FROM THE ANTIGO POLICE DEPARTMENT
We understand the concerns involving the recent outbreak of COVID-19 and wish to minimize contacts and exposure. As always, the City of Antigo Police Department is committed and will remain committed to the safety and security of all. We ask that you kindly be mindful of yourself and those around you. If you are feeling sick-PLEASE take the proper precautions.
We are working to minimize non-essential traffic at the Police Department and strongly suggest not coming to the lobby unless it is an urgent issue. Here are some ways we are doing so;
If you have Vehicle Registration needs: You can register and or renew vehicle registration by going online to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. They allow and offer multiple services such as renewing license plates, title and vehicle registrations. At this time, the City of Antigo Police Department will not process vehicle registration and title transfers until further notice.
You can access WI DOT at this link: https://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/home.aspx
If you have an Open Records Request: Open Records requests can be accessed by calling our Records Department 715-627-6499. At this time we highly encourage you to access records via telephone.
If you need an Accident Report (Crash Report): If you need an accident report from an accident that was within the City of Antigo, it can be accessed through the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
If you have non-emergency complaint: Any non-emergency calls and complaints can be issued by calling the non-emergency line at 715-627-6411. You will be able to address your concerns and complaints and speak to an Officer if necessary.
If you need to pay a Parking Ticket: Parking Tickets can be paid online at the City of Antigo website.
Prescription Drop Box: At this time, we strongly suggest that you postpone dropping off any unused or expired medication to limit the traffic at the Police Department. Please place these medications in a safe and secure area for disposal at a later date.
We also ask that you reach out and CALL your neighbors, grandparents or elderly family members to check if they are short on common supplies due to self-quarantine. We have resources available and will assist to find a solution. Please call our non-emergency line at 715-627-6411.