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Green County Sheriff’s Office2827 6th StreetP.O. Box 473Monroe, WI 53566
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Yes, you can pay citations online by visiting the PayGOV website.
Registration is still mandatory and is accomplished using one of the following methods:
Reminder: you will need your unique tag number or harvest authorization number to begin the registration process.
Only Sugar River Taxidermy at W7093 Thoman Road, Monticello, WI, will do CWD testing, and only if the deer has been electronically registered. Hours vary so please call ahead at 608-558-9583.
If you are interested in claiming a deer killed in a motor vehicle crash in Green County, call 608-267-7691 and they will issue you a claim number over the telephone. Make sure that you take the entire deer carcass.
Call our Court Services Deputy at 608-328-9569, Monday through Friday, between 9 am and 4 pm to make arrangements for release. Otherwise you may call dispatch at 608-328-9401 for immediate needs.
You may call the Sheriff’s Office and ask to speak to one of the administrators (Lieutenants, Chief Deputy or Sheriff). If an administrator is not in the office, you may send a message to any of them by email or phone; visit the Sheriff’s Office Staff Directory to find specific contact information, or to send a message through our contact form.
Visit the Wisconsin Department of Justice Online Record Check System for your record check needs.
The Sheriff’s Office and jail are located near the intersection of State Highway (STH) 11-81 and 59 on the east side of Monroe. If you are traveling on STH 11-81, take the STH 59 or 6th Street Exit. The facility is approximately 1/4 mile west of the intersection at 2827 6th Street.
For online directions via Google Maps, visit the Sheriff’s Office Staff Directory and select the link titled "Directions."
Motorcycle-type (Snell or Department of Transportation approved). Under 18 operator and passengers must wear a helmet unless any of the following applies:
No person may operate an ATV on a highway (including the entire right-of-way) except in the following situations:
There is no helmet use requirement for snowmobiles.
No person may operate a snowmobile on the highway except in the following manner:
Snowmobiles may be operated adjacent to a roadway in the following manner:
You may purchase an accident report and an incident report, but if there is a pending investigation or prosecution, the incident report cannot be released without the authorization of the District Attorney’s Office. Usually, the accident report can be released when it’s completed and approved by a supervisor (in about 10 to 14 days).
Please submit your questions online via the Sheriff’s Office Contact Form. If you require assistance or want to submit your questions another way, give us a call during business hours (8 am to 6 pm) at 608-328-9400.