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Sheboygan Falls Police Department
Sheboygan Falls Police Department
The countdown begins!! Only four short days until Main Street Memories. Gather your family and friends and enjoy our beautiful historic downtown. Make your own special holiday memories in our small town! We hope to see you Saturday!

We would like to thank our Corporate sponsors: Falls Glass Service, HTT Inc., Kennedy Ford, Lake 98.1, Richardson Industries Inc., and Rockline

Thank you to our Title sponsors: Blattner's Piggly Wiggly, Falls Ace Hardware, National Exchange Bank & Trust and The Sewing Machine Shop

To our Parade sponsors: Meadowland Credit Union, thank you
Sheboygan Falls Police Department
Sheboygan Falls Police Department
You may notice flashing green lights on some Wisconsin snowplows this winter. A new law took effect in April allowing county and municipal snowplows to use fluorescent green warning lights in addition to red or amber lights.

The green lights can create a greater contrast than other warning lights to improve visibility, especially during snowstorms. The additional green warning lights are meant to increase safety, enhance driver awareness and improve visibility of maintenance vehicles.

Read more about snowplow safety here: https://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/doing-bus/local-gov/hwy-mnt/winter-maintenance/faq.aspx
Sheboygan Falls Police Department
Sheboygan Falls Police Department
Today is Snowplow Driver Appreciation Day in Wisconsin to remind motorists to give snowplow drivers plenty of space to complete their jobs safely.
Every year, our own Sheboygan Falls Department of Public Works has maintained the city’s roadways during the winter months, providing snow plowing and salting, to ensure safe driving conditions every winter season.
We send a big “THANK YOU!” to all of the people working long hours in severe weather to keep our roads safe.
Sheboygan Falls Police Department
Sheboygan Falls Police Department
WINTER DRIVING TIPS AND SAFETY REMINDERS:
• Before winter arrives get a vehicle tune up done on your battery, wipers, coolant, tires and other systems that make take a beating as the temperatures drop.
• Drive SLOW! Whether it is a dusting or a foot of snow on the roadway.
• Plan ahead! No texting and driving. Know your route and destination. If possible tell someone where you are going and check in once you’re at your destination.
• Don’t follow too close! Keep your distance from other vehicles. Leave plenty of room for stopping as it may take longer to come to a complete stop.
• A four wheel drive vehicle takes just as long to stop as one that does not have four wheel drive.
• NEVER get out of your vehicle. If your vehicle gets stuck or breaks down stay in your vehicle and wait for first responders.
• Stock your vehicle with food, water, a blanket, jumper cables, a flashlight, and flares, abrasive materials (kitty litter or sand), and a shovel in your vehicle in case of any emergency.
• Keep your gas tank close to full, if possible.
• Use common sense! Stay in at home and off the roads if at all possible.

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