Kenosha County Reporting Phone Numbers
The Non-Emergency Dispatch, Safe Harbor Humane Society, and County Hwy/DPW are your first numbers to call. These departments/agencies cover the whole county. Phone numbers are mobile friendly and will call with just a click or tap of your finger. I highly suggest emailing them the flyer you generate from HelpingLostPets.org.
Even if you have a separate animal shelter for your community, call the shelters for other communities in your county too. People may take your pet there anyway. They are only guaranteed to be taken to the community contracted shelter if the community humane officer picks up your dog. We suggest also contacting shelters in neighboring counties as many people have taken them to their area’s shelter, not where they should be taking the dog.
Do not call your local police department directly unless otherwise stated for your municipality.
And please note that the DPW/Highway departments do not keep logs of animals they pick up without collars on. You will need to call these departments a couple times a week. Please call your alderman and the mayor for making a change in this log of picked up deceased pets they pick up, both cats and dogs. Lost animals lose their collars quickly for a variety of reasons.
- Kenosha County Non-Emergency Dispatch: 262-653-6600
Eml: Form to Contact Sheriff Here
- Safe Harbor Humane Society: 262-694-4047
- County Hwy/DPW: 262-857-1870
Eml: Form to Contact Hwy Here
City of Kenosha:
Village of Bristol:
Village of Genoa City, some in Kenosha County but mostly Walworth County:
Village of Paddock Lake:
Village of Pleasant Prairie:
Village of Salem Lakes:
Village Hwy Supervisor, Mike Murdock: 262.298.5630
Village & Town of Somers:
Village of Twin Lakes:
Town of Brighton:
Town of Paris:
Town of Randall:
Town of Somers:
See Village of Somers above
Town of Wheatland:
See County above