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Please use this service to report non-emergency issues only. If there is an emergency where you need police or fire services, please call 9-1-1.

Electric emergency: Contact Manitowoc Public Utilities at (920) 683-4622.

Water emergency: Contact Manitowoc Public Utilities at (920) 683-4633.

The City of Manitowoc 'Report a Concern' form is a tool that can be used to report your concerns to the City. The reported location must be within the city limits of Manitowoc. We will need your contact information in order to address the situation in a timely manner and allow us to respond to you on our actions.

Contact Information

Report the Concern

To report any of the items shown in bold below, click here
Building or Property Maintenance (Private Property)
Electrical Code Violation
Garbage Disposal or Storage of
Junk Disposal or Storage of
Plumbing Code Violation
Sign Code Violation
Vehicle Junked or Abandoned
Vehicle Parking or Storage of
Vehicle Repair in Residential Zone
Zoning Use Violation

For a Street Light Out, please report the concern to Manitowoc Public Utilities.

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Location of Problem

Thank you for taking the time to report your concern. Your concern will be routed to the appropriate city contact. Any on-line reports without a contact name, email and/or telephone number will be discarded.

You may also call (920) 686-6900 for further assistance or use the online Staff Directory.

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