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Mosinee P.D. joins the “Drive Sober or get pulled over Holiday Campaign”

As we approach another holiday season, many people are focused on family gatherings, food and festivity. Within the law enforcement community, we’re asking everyone to focus on another vitally important issue: please travel safely and responsibly. We know that historically, the holiday season can quickly turn tragic, especially when someone makes the dangerous and irresponsible decision to drive impaired. Needless crashes devastate families and ruin holidays. To help keep our communities and roadways as safe as possible, the Mosinee Police Department will join law enforcement agencies across Wisconsin during the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Holiday Campaign” December 13 through New Year’s Day. During this period, officers will patrol in greater numbers for longer hours - not to stop or cite motorists – but to discourage dangerous driving behaviors. Alcohol-related crashes remain a serious problem, accounting for about one-third of all traffic fatalities. But impaired driving doesn’t just mean alcohol. We also face challenges with drugged drivers – people whose ability to safely operate a motor vehicle is compromised by illegal drugs like heroin, prescription and over-the-counter medications. Law enforcement is doing everything it can through education and enforcement, but we need community support. Never allow someone to drive impaired. If you encounter a driver you suspect is impaired, safely call 911 and provide as much detail as you can. Protect yourself and your passengers by buckling up, watch your speed and eliminate distractions. Wishing you a happy and safe holiday season, Chief Ken Muelling


2020 Budget Approved

The 2020 Budget was approved on Monday, November 25th, 2019.

A copy of the 2020 City General Fund Budget is available in the link below

Please click the link to view the 2020 Budget(PDF):

2020 General Fund Budget


Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events

Does your organization, group, school, religious organization or event want to develop a plan for when the worst case scenario occurs? Are you a community member who would like to be better prepared in the community for an active attack event? If so, the Mosinee Police Department has an informative and practical course to meet your needs. Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) is a course that will provide you with real world examples of how to protect yourself and others, prior to law enforcement arrival. It discusses ways to prevent casualties during attacks, desired actions of innocent persons during an attack and procedures after law enforcement has arrived at the scene of an attack. For more information on CRASE go to ALERRT.org. The Mosinee Police Department wants you to be part of the solution in preventing loss of life in these types of events and give you a template to plan for you and your group’s safety. This course can be tailored to your group for both time and environment and is presented to you at NO COST. Please contact the Mosinee Police Department at 715-693-2000, or e-mail Officer Shane Thatcher at 561@mosinee.wi.us, for more information. We look forward to hearing from you.


Community Development Block Grant Funds Available

The City of Mosinee’s Community Development Block Grant – Revolving Loan Fund currently has funding available for eligible housing rehabilitation projects; and also for down payment and closing cost assistance for a home purchase.

Loan funds are available for both eligible owner-occupied and renter-occupied homes that are located within the Mosinee city limits.

There is a maximum household income limit for Owner Occupied Loans and Renter Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Loans are available for landlords that rent to low/moderate income (LMI) tenants.

Addition information pertaining to the City’s Housing Rehabilitation Assistance Program is available at Mosinee City Hall or on the City’s website (mosinee.wi.us) at the Housing Assistance Program page (under the City Services tab).

If you have further questions pertaining to the Housing Rehabilitation Assistance program, please feel welcome to contact the Program Administrator (BG & Associates, LLC) at 715.752.4620 or also at barb.gabrielson@gmail.com.

The City of Mosinee is committed to improving the housing opportunities within our great community!


Safe Routes to School Program

With the assistance of a planning grant from the State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation, the City of Mosinee and the Mosinee School District are currently working with the North Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission to develop a Safe Routes to School plan for the Mosinee Elementary School and Mosinee Middle School.

When completed, the Safe Routes to School in Mosinee Plan will provide specific recommendations for improving walking and bicycling conditions for Mosinee students.

The North Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission has developed a Mosinee Safe Routes to School website at:

Safe Routes to School Website

If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Mosinee City Administrator Jeff Gates at 715.693.2275 or at cityadmn@mosinee.wi.us.


Downtown Parking Lot Open For Public Use

The City of Mosinee recently completed improvements to the new public parking lot located on the east side of the 400 Block of 4th Street between Square Park and TDS. The parking lot now provides sixteen parking spaces for easy off-street access to our downtown business district. The parking lot can be accessed from the public alley located off of 4th Street (north end) or Pine Street (south end).




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Next Scheduled Meeting
Monday, December 9th, 2019
7:30p.m.


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