The City of New Berlin requires a license for dogs and cats that are five months of age or older and have had their rabies shots. Licenses are valid for the calendar year. You may purchase this license in person Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at the cashier's window on the first floor of City Hall:
3805 S Casper Drive
New Berlin, WI 53151
License requests can also be made by mail. Simply complete the application form (PDF), send it to the cashier's office with a self-addressed stamped envelope, and the license will be mailed to you.
For your convenience, there is also a brown drop box in the lower level parking lot of City Hall. Please remember that a rabies vaccination certificate is required and must accompany the application. A copy is acceptable and will be returned. Staff members do not have time to call veterinarians; therefore, licenses will not be issued without the form.
"No person shall keep more than four dogs over five months of age upon any premises within any residential district with in the City, unless such person holds a dog fancier permit issued by the City Clerk pursuant to this section." If you have additional questions regarding the licensing of your cat or dog, please feel free to contact the cashier's office during normal working hours at 262-797-2448.
- Municipal Code Chapter 152 - Cat License Ordinance (PDF)
- Municipal Code Chapter 152 - Dog License Ordinance (PDF)P
Minooka Park Dog Exercise Area
The dog exercise area at Minooka Park is open to all Waukesha County residents. A dog license is required, and you may be asked to present your dog's tag if requested. There is no additional fee to use the dog exercise area; however, there is a park entrance fee, which can be purchased daily or annually.