Can I renew my driver’s license at the Evansville Police Department?
No. We only register cars, light trucks, motorcycles and new mopeds.
How can I get a copy of my driving record?
You can only obtain your driving record from the DMV. Click HERE.
How do I obtain a restraining order?
Restraining orders are issued at the Rock County Courthouse. Click HERE for more information.
Does the Evansville Police Department unlock vehicles?
Yes but only within the City of Evansville. For assistance call 757-2244
Where can I get rid of old and/or unused prescriptions?
Prescriptions can be dropped off at out drug drop box which is located outside the police department lobby. We DO NOT accept any illegal drugs, sharps/needles, liquids/creams/ointments or aerosols/inhalers.
Does Evansville Police Department conduct Salvage Vehicle Inspections?
No. The Evansville Police Department is currently not conducting salvage vehicle inspections.
How do I find out where registered sex offenders live?
The Wisconsin Department of Corrections maintains an online registry of sex offenders. Click HERE for more information.
How do I find information on Wisconsin's Concealed Carry Law?
Wisconsin Act 35 was signed into law on July 8, 2011, and published on July 22, 2011. The provisions regarding carrying a concealed weapon (CCW) license took effect until November 1, 2011. The Wisconsin Department of Justice website contains up-to-date information to answer many of the questions being asked by citizens. This information is updated as needed, so it is recommended to check back often.
I was involved in a traffic accident and the police didn't do an accident report. How can I get one?
If you were involved in a traffic crash and law enforcement did not complete a traffic crash report for you, and/or you received a letter from the Department of Transportation stating you were involved in a reportable traffic crash, you are required to complete a traffic crash report.
I lost something in the city. How can I find out if the police have it?
You can call 608-882-2292 and ask if the police located your property. There is also our Found Property page with a list of items found or turned into the police department. Click HERE for that page.
City of Evansville Names Community Development Director to City Administrator Post
After a 7-year tenure as Evansville Community Development Director, Jason Sergeant has been appointed City Administrator by Mayor Bill Hurtley and the City Council. He was selected from a group of two dozen candidates in a national search.