The Code and Safety Enforcement Coordinator (CSEC) is responsible for conducting field inspections and special investigations to ensure compliance with various municipal ordinances.
Coordinates inspections of buildings requiring joint inspection with other public agencies such as health department, building department, sheriff’s department and other appropriate agencies. Assists in development or revision of current zoning ordinances. Receives and responds to complaints of alleged violations of local zoning code and advises owner or others in violation of the zoning code. Oversees the cadet program, manages and supervises the crossing guard program and coordinates neighborhood watch programs with the sheriff’s department.
Hours: Monday-Friday from 7:30am – 4:00pm
The Village of Allouez has a contract with a local animal control organization that provides 24/7 pick-up service of contained (not running loose) domestic animals (cats & dogs only). They do not provide service for wildlife animals unless one is sick or injured or is trapped in some manner. Animal Control does not respond to barking dogs, but does provide the Brown County Sheriff’s Department and the Village’s Code & Safety Enforcement Coordinator information in regards to complaints of domestic animals and non-registered dogs. If you need their assistance please contact the Sheriff’s Department Communication Center number at 391-7450.
Animals picked up by Animal Control are brought to the Bay Area Humane Society: 1830 Radisson Street, Green Bay, WI 54302 – phone number: 469-3110. The owner is responsible for paying all fees incurred for the care of the animal.
The Village of Allouez cadet program includes students who are attending NWTC and working towards a degree in criminal justice. Students are accepted as cadets and will assist the Village through the code and safety enforcement coordinator and local law enforcement in daily activities. They drive, ride bikes or walk through the Village looking for anything from code violations to illegal activities, conduct business and home checks, patrol the parks, issue citations for parking violations, monitor schools and help out at special events. The program is designed to help the students gain knowledge and experience working with the community to ensure its safety and gain trust.
If interested please fill out an application and drop it off or mail it to:Village of Allouez
1900 Libal St
Green Bay, WI 54301
If you need any more information on the program contact the Code & Safety Enforcement Coordinator at 448-2800.
A permit is required for using fire pits within the Village of Allouez. There is no cost for this permit.
Permits are available at the Village Hall, 1900 Libal Street or download rules and application below.