Vernon Washington 04-2019 Notification

SEX OFFENDER INFORMATION BULLETIN
COMMUNITY NOTIFICATION
April 3, 2019

Vernon Washington 04-2019 Notification

April 3, 2019 Election Results

City of Richland Center Election Results of 04 02 2019

Congratulations to:

Karin Tepley – District 1

Aaron Ewing – District 2

Todd Coppernoll – District 3

Scotty Wallace – District 4

Spring Cleanup at the Cemetery

Spring is coming soon!

Please remember to remove any and all decorations, flowers, Christmas wreaths & stands. The Parks Department will be going through the Cemetery starting April 1st, 2019. If there are any items remaining by April 15th, they will be discarded.

Thank you for your cooperation!

Dave Fry

Parks & Grounds Supervisor

Alert Off-Duty Deputy Leads to Drug Arrests

Beran & Lenz Drug Arrest 3-18-19

Short Film Production on March 2,- No Parking on S. Central

Mike Denruiter will be producing a short film to highlight local businesses on Saturday, March 2, 2019 in the downtown area.  There will be no parking between The Diner (130 S. Central Ave) and Center Cinema (192 S. Central Ave) between the hours of 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM only on the west side of the street.  The Richland Center Police Department will be posting signs.  Thank you for your cooperation!

Fire Investigation Leads to Drug Arrests

Leffler Fire-Drug 2-26-19

City and Utilities Close due to impending COLD.

The City and City Utilities are closing due to the impending weather for Tuesday, January 29th.
A decision for Wednesday, January 30th and Thursday, January 31st is pending.  Call the City Clerk’s office at 647-3466 to see if anything is open.  If there is no answer, consider the office closed.  Emergency issues should be directed to the Richland Center Police Department at 647-2103 or Richland County Sheriff’s Department at 647-2106.

Taxpayers needing to pay their property taxes should mail them.  Mail received by February 5th will not be considered late.  Taxpayers wanting to pay in person can come in on Friday, February 1st.

Employees called in by the Police Department for emergency related issues will be required to respond.

City officials want the public and employees to be safe!

TUESDAY:
Partly sunny, windy and bitterly cold; blowing and drifting snow is possible.
High: -1; Wind Chills: -20 to -30 during the day
Wind: W/NW 15-25 MPH

TUESDAY NIGHT:
Partly cloudy, windy and dangerously cold with blowing and drifting snow possible.
Low: -24; Wind Chills: -40 to -60 in the morning
Wind: W/NW 15-25 MPH

WEDNESDAY:
Partly sunny, windy and dangerously cold; blowing and drifting snow is possible.
High: -16; Wind Chills: -35 to -45 during the day
Wind: W/NW 15-25 MPH

THURSDAY:
Variable cloudiness and continued dangerously cold with a chance of flurries in the afternoon.
Low: -26; Wind Chills: -35 to -55 in the morning

Snow Emergency Cancelled 1/23/2019

RICHLAND CENTER POLICE DEPARTMENT
Press Release

January 23, 2019

Officials from the City of Richland Center have announced that the snow removal emergency has been cancelled. Effective tonight, January 23rd, residents may now park back on city streets overnight in accordance with alternate side parking regulations.

A reminder to citizens that notifications concerning alternate side parking and snow removal emergencies will be made via WRCO, City of Richland Center website (https://ci.richland-center.wi.us/), Nixle email alerts, and on the Richland County Sheriff’s Department Facebook page.

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Snow Emergency 1-22-2019

RICHLAND CENTER POLICE DEPARTMENT
Press Release January 22, 2019

Due to anticipated snow accumulations from the impending winter storm, officials from the City of Richland Center have announced that a snow removal emergency is in effect in the city until further notice. This snow removal emergency prohibits vehicles of any kind to be parked on any street or highway within the City of Richland Center between the hours of 10:00 pm and 7:00 am. The snow removal emergency begins at 10:00 PM tonight Tuesday, January 22, 2019. A follow up notification will be sent out when the snow removal emergency is lifted. Notifications will be made via WRCO, City of Richland Center website (https://ci.richland-center.wi.us/), Nixle alerts, and on the Richland County Sheriff’s Department Facebook page.

All vehicles must be removed from city streets and highways from 10:00 pm until 7:00 am each night that the snow removal emergency is in effect. Vehicles parked on any city street during these hours will be ticketed. The fine for a snow removal emergency violation is $15.00. In addition, vehicles in violation may be towed at the owner’s expense.

Overnight, off-street parking will be available in five city-owned municipal parking lots located downtown. The five municipal parking lots are as follows: lot south of the Fire Department, lot south of the City Auditorium, lot north of Advanced Dairy solutions, lot across Jefferson St. from Kwik Trip, lot north of K&K Furniture. Overnight, off-street parking will also be available at the community center parking lot, city hall parking lot and the parking lot in Krouskop Park. Vehicles need to be removed from these lots during the daytime to allow for normal use.

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