The Greenfield Police Department utilizes N and S Towing of West Allis. In most circumstances, the vehicle will not be held at the Police Department impound lot, but would instead be held by N and S Towing at their yard. Contact the officer who handled the case or N and S Towing to find out the location of your vehicle.
N and S Towing can also advise you regarding payment of the towing fees and storage charges. If a vehicle is impounded at the Greenfield Police Department, all towing fees must be paid to N and S before the vehicle is released. A receipt must be shown to pick up your vehicle. N and S can be reached at 414-476-8697 and are located at 1719 S. 83rd St, West Allis, Wisconsin 53214.
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The Greenfield Police Department is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If a clerk is not on duty, an intercom in the vestibule will put you in touch with a dispatcher.
DURING SNOW EMERGENCIES:
* NO PARKING ON ALL MAIN STREETS
(S. 27th Street, S. 35th Street, S. 43rd Street, S. 51st Street, S. 60th Street, S. 68th Street, S. 76th Street, S. 84th Street, S. 92nd Street, S. 104th Street, S. 112th Street, S. 116th Street, S. 124th Street and W. Morgan Avenue, W. Howard Avenue, W. Coldspring Road, W. Layton Avenue, W. Edgerton Avenue, W. Grange Avenue, W. Ramsey Avenue, W. College Avenue, W. Loomis Road, W. Forest Home Avenue, W. Beloit Road, S. 31st Street between W. Edgerton Avenue and W. Grange Avenue). Parking on all other streets in the city is restricted to alternate side AT ALL TIMES (park on the side of the road with even addresses on the even day and odd addresses on the odd day).
A City of Greenfield citation, whether it be traffic related or an ordinance violation, is handled under the jurisdiction of the Greenfield Municipal Court.
If you wish to contest the citation, you must appear in court on the date and time indicated on the citation. At that time you will be given an opportunity to enter a plea to the offense. If your plea is "Not Guilty", you will be given a trial date on which to return and present evidence to the Judge. If your plea is "Guilty" or "No Contest" you will be found guilty, but the Judge will give you an opportunity to speak on your own behalf and offer any mitigating circumstances.
In most circumstances, the Judge will give consideration to those individuals who have corrected driver license, registration and equipment violations and who bring proof to court.
Reports are usually available within 5 days after the incident and can be requested in person at the Law Enforcement Center from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., 7 days a week, online and over the phone (414) 761-5300. The cost for a report is $.25 per page, $1.00 per page for photos and $8.00 for a DVD. Please consult the clerical page for further information.
Vehicle registration and driver licensing is handled by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. The Motor Vehicle Department has an on line registration renewal site. The nearest Motor Vehicle Station is at 5500 West Grange Avenue and can be reached at 414-266-1000.
In order to make a records request you can either fill out the request form online through the Greenfield Police Department website, by calling the records department (414) 761-5300 ext #4 or coming into the police department itself and speaking with a clerk there. The records department is open everyday including weekends and holidays from 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM.