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The City of Green Bay enacted a municipal vehicle registration fee to provide the City with a source of funds to be used for transportation purposes effective January 1, 2019. If you were charged the $20 fee and are not a resident of the City of Green Bay, please call the Wisconsin Department of Transportation at 608-264-7447 or email at email@example.com to correct. Information about this fee is available at http://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/dmv/vehicles/title-plates/wheeltax.aspx. DMV will issue refunds for any wheel tax fees paid in error for the current registration period only. If you have additional questions contact Green Bay Office at 920-448-3020.
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Contact the Parking Division at 920-448-3431 during office hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, send an email, or use the Request for Service website.
Parking tickets can be paid multiple ways.
Fill out the Long Grass Complaint form on the Request for Service website. This information will be redirected to the appropriate staff member.
8.11 Noxious Weeds & Maintenance of Vegetation.
Eight (8) inches.
NO. Once a property is tagged for the first time each season, DPW re-checks the property periodically throughout the summer for continued compliance. However, if the grass is at or over 8 inches in height, please feel free to inform DPW.
An invoice is issued for the cost of the work done by the City. If a property is a habitual offender, then a citation can be issued to the owner for violating Municipal Code 8.11. Rates are updated/increase annually and approved by City Council. Call DPW at 920-448-3535 for the current rate.
The City asks residents to first act neighborly and talk to their non-complying neighbors. If that process does not work, then a complaint about the property must be filed with DPW, either by phone or online. In response DPW will visit the property to determine if there is a violation. If in violation, DPW will place a green tag on the door of the house to notify the resident of the issue. Resident owners are given 24 hours to take care of the issue or DPW will return, cut grass/weeds, and invoice the owner. If the owner does not live at the property, Wisconsin State Statute mandates that DPW send a letter via mail to the property owner of record, and give them seven (7) days to take care of the issue or DPW will return, cut grass/weeds, and invoice the owner.