Vehicles that are illegally parked due to a documented medical emergency.
You have previously notified the Evansville Police Department of a vehicle breakdown.
You may not fill out this form if:
You have received a Final Notice.
You have been notified by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation that your vehicle registration has been suspended.
Paying A Parking Ticket
If you have received a FINAL NOTICE, you must pay the amount shown on the FINAL NOTICE, or request a Court date to contest the citation. The parking ticket will be reissued with a Uniform Traffic Citation. The Citation will include Court costs that will increase the fine amount. These costs cannot be removed once the citation is issued. If you do not prevail in court, then you will be responsible for these costs.
If you wish to simply pay the ticket, bring your parking ticket to the Evansville Police Station. If you do not have the ticket with you, you will have to go to the Police Station to retrieve a copy and pay there.
Police Station - 10 W Church Street, PO Box 529, Evansville WI, 53536. Phone: 608-882-2292
City Hall - 31 S Madison Street, PO Box 529, Evansville WI, 53536. Phone: 608-882-2266 option 1
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.