Police Chief: Paul Zierler
180 South Main Street
PO Box 336
Iola, WI 54945
Non-Emergency: (715) 258-4466
The Iola Police Department serves as a security team for the village. While crime in Iola Is low and there are not many far reaching investigations needed, the IPD serves to monitor roadway law compliance (speeding, parking), public safety (Iola Old Car Show, Trick-or-Treat), ordinance enforcement, and security functions (monitoring public meetings, patrolling neighborhoods, watching over homes when owners are away, and doing welfare checks on residence who might be in trouble).
The IPD is a full time department. If a resident has an emergency, they should dial 9-1-1. Non-emergencies requiring immediate assistance should contact the Waupaca County Sheriff's Department. For question or concerns not requiring immediate assistance or pertaining to distinctly "village" issues, such as enforcement of local ordinances, residents can call the Iola Police department to leave a message for an officer at 715-445-4353.
Our Iola Police Officers
Avi Mata, Ben Strojny, Chief Paul Zierler