NOTICE: City Buildings & Services Affected by COVID-19

A phased reopening of Oak Creek's municipal buildings has begun.  City Hall, the Police Station, the Public Works building, and Water & Sewer Utility HQ reopen on June 2. More details here.

The Library remains closed to the public until further notice. More details here.

The Oak Creek Recycling Yard has reopened during normally scheduled hours. More details here.

Animal Bite Investigations

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Zoonotic diseases are infectious disease caused by infections that are shared between animals and humans. The Health Department investigates and enforces state and city rules regarding animal control reducing the risk of zoonotic diseases that affect humans. Visit the CDC Website for more information.

Animal Bites

All animal bites should be reported to the Oak Creek Police Department. A rabies observation period is required for dogs, cats and ferrets that have bitten humans. Wild animals that have bitten humans or your family pet should be tested for rabies. The Health Department will ensure quarantine and facilitate rabies testing of animals that have bitten humans. In Wisconsin it is the law that all dogs are vaccinated for rabies and in Milwaukee County, this requirement applies to cats also.

Animal Control - Milwaukee County Animal Services

Wisconsin Humane Society and MADACC are the largest animal welfare organizations in Milwaukee County and many people are not sure who to call when they have a question, concern or animal related problem.

Wisconsin Humane Society

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24/7 tip line 414-431-6137.

Found a wild animal in distress? Call the Wisconsin Humane Society at 414-431-6204.

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