Neighborhood Compliance Inspector

The Neighborhood Compliance Inspector is Responsible For:

  • Conducting field inspections and special investigations to ensure compliance with various municipal ordinances.
  • Receives and responds to complaints of alleged violations of local zoning code and advises owner or others in violation of the zoning code.
  • Answers resident questions about Village code enforcement.
  • Coordinates inspections of buildings requiring joint inspection with other public agencies such as the health department, building department, sheriff’s department, and other appropriate agencies. 
  • Assists in development or revision of current zoning ordinances. 


Contacting the Neighborhood Compliance Inspector

If you have concerns about neighborhood properties or questions about Village code compliance, please contact:

Becky Nyberg
Email Becky
(920) 448-2800 ext. 121
Allouez Village Hall, 1900 Libal Street, Green Bay, WI 54301

Becky works part-time and is generally in the office on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Concerns are investigated during this time. 

We request the following information in your report:

  • Provide the location or address where the problem is happening.
  • Your contact information, for follow up reports.
  • A description of the concern.

If you have a problem that needs immediate assistance, such as a barking dog or street parking violations, call the Brown County Sherriff’s Department non-emergency number at 920-391-7450.

We encourage you to be proactive and contact us with questions about Village Code and ordinances before purchasing a new boat or camper, or if you are new to the Village. Most frequently asked questions are about parking equipment and landscape maintenance. 


Quick Links


Crossing Guards

Every school day hundreds of children are assisted by our guards to safely cross at 9 busy intersection. The guards do a terrific job in all types of weather and in heavy traffic areas.

Ways you can help the crossing guards:

  • Obey the speed limits at all times, but especially in school zones. 
  • Stay alert and please do not use your cell phone while driving. 
  • Do not drop your children off in dangerous situations or let them dart out between cars. 
  • Cross the street at corners using cross walks, not mid-block. 

If you would like to become a crossing guard or substitute crossing guard, please contact: 

Director of Planning & Community Development, Trevor Fuller
Email Trevor

Phone (920) 448-2800 ext. 134
Allouez Village Hall, 1900 Libal Street, Green Bay, WI 54301


Spring Help for Bees and Other Pollinators

Allouez will not be participating in No Mow May; instead we will be allowing residents to delay their first mow. This delay is only if you have flowering plants in your lawn. Residents are asked to please mow before it reaches 7 inches in length or right before the flowers go to seed. Most years, by May 20, the early lawn flowers are done blooming and other plants in the landscape have grown enough to provide the habitat bees need.

Click here to learn more about how to plant a bee friendly lawn.