Bayside Communications Center maintains a log of lost pets. If your pet is lost, or you locate a lost pet in the North Shore, please contact us to see if someone called in a pet that was lost or located at 414-351-9900. Call Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control 414-649-8640. Any located animals are taken to … Continued
FAQ Topic: Should I call 911?
Using your mobile device in hands-free mode, you simply call 9-1-1. Any telecommunicator in the State can route your report to the closest police agency. Try to give a description of the vehicle and the driver (if possible). Remember the acronym CYMBAL – color, year, make, body style and license of the vehicle. Don’t take … Continued
Merchants who wish to go door to door need to purchase a traveling merchant permit from the Police Department. The Police will give them a copy of the Do Not Solicit List which will show them which properties to not go to. If you are on the Do Not Solicit List and traveling merchants are … Continued
If there is a life-threatening emergency, please call 911. If you need help for a non-life-threatening situation, call the non-emergency police department number at 414-206-3916. You can contact the National Suicide Prevention hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
Unfortunately, dispatch does not monitor the progress of plowing in individual communities. Please call your local municipality directly for questions regarding services. Village of Bayside Village of Brown Deer Village of Fox Point City of Glendale Village of River Hills Village of Shorewood Village of Whitefish Bay
Please remember that heavy winds can cause down power lines. If you need immediate assistance and/or need to report a down line that is in traffic or causing a hazard, please call 911. If you are simply reporting a power outage, please call WE Energies at 1-800-662-4797 or at this link: https://www.we-energies.com/outages_safety/reporting/index.htm
You do NOT need to call the police if you are involved in an accident and no one is hurt, there is minimal property damage, and the accident is not blocking traffic or creating a hazard. For a fender bender or minor collision, exchange contact and insurance information and file a police report on your … Continued
You can dial 911 to report any suspicious activity. Be prepared to answer the dispatcher’s questions, including where the suspicious activity is occurring and additional details of what is happening such as: – What happened? – Where and when did it occur? – Is anyone injured? – Description of vehicle(s) – License plate number(s) – … Continued