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If you are going door to door in a residential area, an applicant and background check must be completed first by the police department prior to soliciting. Permits issued from other municipalities cannot be used in Thiensville. Soliciting business to business, no permit required.
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DO NOT PAY FOR PARKING TICKETS THROUGH PAY.GOV
Online payments are accepted through the Village of Thiensville website at village.thiensville.wi.us. Go to: Online Payments (at the very bottom of the homepage), Payment Type drop down, select Parking Fines, enter Ticket Number (Citation No. located at the very top right) and enter Amount. Continue to complete all the fields below.
Check or cash can be mailed or paid at the Police Department, 250 Elm Street. If you wish to pay via credit card, you may contact our Department at 262-242-2100 Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. YOU MUST HAVE YOUR PARKING CITATION NUMBER WHEN CALLING.
If you have questions regarding your citation, please contact the Department at 262-242-2100.
Complete an Open Records Request form. After review and approval, you will be contacted to pick up the report. Cost is 25 cents per page.
THIS DOES NOT PERTAIN TO PARKING TICKETS
Payment can be made to the Mid-Moraine Municipal Court Office, 962 West Paradise Drive, West Bend, WI 53095. Credit card payments can be made by calling 1-888-891-6064, hit Option #1 or go to mmmcourt.com to pay online. Mid-Moraine Municipal Court's number is 262-334-5700. This option is for traffic tickets only; pay for parking tickets by utilizing the Online Payments tab on the Village website.
No vehicles are to be parked on the roadway from 2 AM to 6 AM, seven days a week. If you have overnight guests, call the non-emergency police line at 262-242-2100 to request permission to park the vehicles on the roadway. You may also fill out a request online.
Prescription and non-prescription medications can be dropped off at the Police Department.