For a copy of records, please contact the Stanley Police Department during business hours to make an official request. Records are released in compliance with Wisconsin's Open Records Law once payment for the applicable request has been made by the requester.
Parking tickets issued within the City of Stanley can be paid in the following ways:
1) You may pay for the parking violation by enclosing the amount of the fine as indicated on the orange envelope and mail it to: Stanley Police Department, P.O. Box 155, Stanley, WI 54768. Mailed payment can be made via check or money order. DO NOT SEND CASH.
2) You may also pay in person at the Stanley Police Department or Stanley City Clerk's Office in City Hall, located at 353 South Broadway Street, Stanley during normal business hours. Please bring the orange ticket or a copy of it to ensure payment is assessed to the correct violation.
Parking tickets issued within the Village of Boyd can be paid in the following ways:
1) You may pay for the parking violation by enclosing the amount of the fine as indicated on the orange envelope and mail it to: Village of Boyd Clerks Office, P.O. Box 8, Boyd, WI 54726. Mailed payment can be made via check or money order. DO NOT SEND CASH.
2) You may also pay in person at the Village of Boyd Clerk's Office in village hall, located at 705 East Murray Street, Boyd during normal business hours. Please bring the orange ticket or a copy of it to ensure payment is assessed to the correct violation.
Please remember that all parking violations must be paid within five (5) days of being issued. A late fee of $10.00 will be applied if payment is not received prior to five (5) days from date of issuance. If payment for a parking citation is not received within 30 days of being issued, and additional fee of $25 will be assessed and the vehicle registration of the violating vehicle will be suspended through the Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles.
Traffic and ordinance citations issued by the Stanley Police Department are processed through either the Chippewa County or Clark County Clerk of Circuit Court Offices, depending on where they were issued. Payments for outstanding forfeitures can be completed in the following ways:
For Chippewa County Circuit Court citations:
1) You can pay by cash in person at the Chippewa County Clerk of Courts Office (711 North Bridge Street, Chippewa Falls, WI, 54729 (Chippewa County Courthouse) or pay by check or money order by mail at the address listed above. Make check or money orders payable to CLERK OF COURTS.
2) To pay by CREDIT or DEBIT CARD, call 1-888-604-7888 or pay ON-LINE at www.GovPayNOW.com, 24 hours a day (use pay location code: 1116).
For Clark County Circuit Court citations:
1) Pay through the Wisconsin Court System Website
2) Pay through Government Payment Services (GPS)
- The Clark County Clerk of Courts accepts credit or debit card payments through Government Payment Services (GPS), a third party agency. Payment can be made using Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover credit/debit cards. Payments may be made online or by telephone at (888) 604-7888, 24 hours a day. A service fee will be added to the amount of fees paid.
- Note: To make payments through GPS, you will need:
- Citation number
- Pay location code: 5014
- Payment amount
- Violation date
- Credit/Debit card information
- Note: To make payments through GPS, you will need:
*Note: Effective April 30, 2016 Stanley Municipal Court was abolished. As a result, any ticket written by a member of the Stanley Police Department will now be heard in either the Chippewa County or Clark County Circuit Courts. Please do not attempt to make payment on a ticket issued after April 30, 2016 to the City of Stanley Clerk's Office as these fines must be addressed through one of the methods listed above through the appropriate court.
Yes. The Stanley Police Department is able to assist with vehicle registrations, title transfers, license plate renewals, and the issuance of temporary plates for automobiles, trucks (up to 8,000 pounds), mopeds, and motorcycles. We are able to assist with a variety of other vehicle related registration services however we recommend you call in advance (715-644-5975) to ensure our services meet your needs.
Please be prepared to provide the original certificate of title, which will need to be signed by the previous owner(s) and the new owner(s). Most all transactions are processed electronically therefore there is no need for you to bring in a complete MV-1 (title and application) form.
Payment for Department of Motor Vehicle transactions that we process electronically can be made in the form of cash, credit/debit (3% service fee would apply), or money order (checks will not be accepted). If your particular situation requires manual processing, payment in these situations will need to be made in the form of a check or money order.
A $5 counter service fee is assessed to every vehicle registration transaction that is completed.
The Stanley Police Department can assist you with the renewal of your license plates. The process typically takes less than one minute and you will leave with your new registration as well as your updated sticker. Please note that the $5 electronic fee as well as a $5 counter fee will apply to each license plate renewal transaction.
To renew your registration online, please click here to be directed to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation website.
If you are a resident of Chippewa County, you would need to contact the Chippewa County Clerk of Court located at 711 North Bridge Street (Room 220), Chippewa Falls, WI 54729. Inquiries via telephone can be made by contacting (715) 726-7758.
To report an incident or make an inquiry regarding anything related to the Chippewa County Sheriff's Department, contact (715) 726-7701. To speak with a dispatcher or to report an incident that needs law enforcement attention, select option #1 when the automated message begins.
Yes, for a fee of $10 per individual fingerprinted.
Yes, if the paper to be served is at a location within the city limits. The fee associated is $25 per paper to be served, regardless of whether service is successful or not.
If the police department receives a call regarding a stray, we will attempt to capture the animal and then make every effort to locate the owner. Picture(s) and general information related to a stray that is taken into police custody is promptly posted to the Stanley Police Department Facebook page in hopes of owner reunification.
Strays that are not claimed within 24 hours of capture are transported to the Cadott Vet Clinic (effective January 1, 2023). If an owner is identified after transport to the Cadott Vet Clinic, any applicable fees related to their services will be the responsibility of the animal owner.
Please note that a $20 reclamation fee per animal/incident is charged by the City of Stanley if we take an animal into our care and custody. This fee is due upon release of the animal to the owner.
Yes. If you have locked your keys inside your vehicle within the city limits of Stanley, if an officer is available they will respond to assist you in gaining entry into your vehicle. If you do request a vehicle lockout, you will be required to complete a "release of liability" form that will be provided to you by the officer before any attempt is made at unlocking a vehicle. If an officer is not available for whatever reason at the time of your request, we commonly refer people to Breezy Acres (715) 644-5172 or Stanley Truck Sales (715) 644-5548 for local vehicle lockout services.
Yes, but with limitations. Please click here for Chapter 7, Title 10 of the City Code as it relates to "Sexual Predator Residency Limitations."