All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Enforcement Patrol Grant
ATV riding in Wisconsin
This grant is issued to Wisconsin sheriff departments that participate in ATV enforcement efforts. The DNR can provide up to 100% of county net costs for the enforcement of ATV regulations. Actual funding received is based on total allotted funds split between participating agencies.
Patrol requirements are contained in NR 50.125, Wis. Adm. Code. Click on the Forms tab below to obtain the current patrol forms.
Who can apply
Sheriff departments are eligible to receive grants for All Terrain Vehicle patrols.
Deadlines and applications
Read the Snowmobile/ATV Safety Patrol Manual (LE-503) for details on how to apply.
Submit a Notice of Intent to Patrol (Form 8700-059) on or before June 1 of the patrol year.
Submit the form to:
ATV Administrator, LE/8
PO Box 7921
Madison WI 53707-7921
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|Type||Form No.||Form Name|
|Prior to Patrol||8700-590A||Intent to Patrol|
|Patrol Activities||8700-089||Enforcement Patrol Daily Log|
|8700-090||Enforcement Patrol Monthly Report|
|Accident Forms||4100-174||ATV/Snowmobile Operator Incident Report|
|4100-203||ATV/Snowmobile Officer Report Form|
|Audit Paperwork||8700-060A||State Aid Application - Snowmobile/ATV|
|8700-062||Travel, Materials, and Supply Schedule|
|8700-063A||Depreciation Schedule-Straight Line Method|
|8700-064||Record of Violations|
For information on these grants, please contact your local recreation warden [PDF].