The Village of Suamico
has a total area of 59.42 square miles, of which, 36.36 square miles of it is land and 23.06 square miles is water. Suamico is the largest "Village" in the United States when both land area and water area are considered, since about 38.8 percent of its area is officially water area, but it drops down to fifth place when only land area is considered (following Kronenwetter, Wisconsin; Caledonia, Wisconsin; Wellington, Florida; and Speculator, New York). The current population is 12,500 residents.
The Sheriff’s Office began contracting with the Town of Suamico for police services on January 1, 1998. Deputies Jim Kowalkowski and Greg Tilly were the first deputies assigned to the Village, working the 2p-10p shift. Within the first three years, 24-hour coverage was phased in. The Town of Suamico then incorporated into a Village in September 2003.
Currently the Village has three Directed Enforcement Officers, Marc Pisani, Jeff Baudry, and Joe Kazik in addition to the patrol deputy positions which provide 24 hour police coverage. Similar to neighboring contract Villages, Suamico has adopted a proactive community policing concept.
The Suamico Village Hall is located at 12781 Velp Ave, Suamico, WI 54313
To Contact the Village main office- (920) 434-2212
To contact a DEO
Deputy Jeff Baudry Email Here
Deputy Marc Pisani Email Here
Deputy Jospeh Kazik Email Here