Forms & Permits
Operate an adult-oriented establishment. The applicant must be at least 18 years of age. Ordinance 02-10
Fee: $500 ($300 Renewal)
Maintain or operate transient or temporary public entertainment (carnival, circus etc.) Must include Certificate of Liability Insurance.
Ordinance Section 7-12-1
Sell directly or indirectly, expose for sale, possess with intent to sell, exchange, barter, dispose of or give away cigarettes or tobacco products over the counter or in a vending machine, or both. §134.65
Operate or maintain coin-operated vending machine, amusement device or cigarette machine (pool tables, video games, pop and candy machines etc.) Does not include washer, dryer, copy machine, fax, or juke box.
Ordinance Section 7-12-2
Conduct a dance to which the public is admitted, or conduct, establish or manage public dance hall or pavilion. Ordinance Section 7-10-1
Display fireworks. §167.10 and Ordinance Sections 7-7-1, 11-2-6,
Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, part 173.100(r).
Must include a Certificate of Liability Insurance.
Sell fireworks in an enclosed building. §167.10 and Ordinance Sections 7-7-1, 11-2-6, Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, part 173.100(r). Must include a Certificate of Liability Insurance.
Engage in the business of collecting or transporting garbage, refuse, or commercial or industrial waste or offer such service to the public for hire or reward. Must include Certificate of Liability Insurance.
Ordinance Section 8-3-10
Establish, operate, maintain or administer or permit to be established, operated or maintained a mobile home park upon property owned, leased or controlled by person. Ordinance Section 13-1-156
Alcohol Related Licenses
Any person 18 or older who is serving, selling or dispensing alcohol beverages must obtain an operator’s license, unless under the immediate supervision of a person with an operator’s license or agent of the establishment. “Immediate supervision” means the operator or agent must be able to see at all times the activities of those persons serving alcohol beverages. §125.32(2) §125.68(2)
Must have completed a responsible beverage server training course or have held a retail, manager’s, or operator’s license in Wisconsin within the last two years.
Provisional Operator’s (Bartender’s)
Issued to applicants who have not yet completed the responsible beverage server training course, or are waiting to be approved by Common Council. Valid for 60 days or until a regular operator’s license is issued. §125.17(5)
Except temporary and provisional, alcohol related licenses expire June 30th of each year.