Landlord Training Program

Sign Up Early! Click on brochure/registration form below. Fill out form and mail to the instructed address.


The cost of the training program is $10.00.This includes all training materials, with light food and beverages provided during session.

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Questions can be directed to the Department of City Development:
Neighborhood Development Specialist
Nancy Maring (920) 459-3379  


What YOU will LEARN in the Training?

 Prevention and Applicant Screening

 • How code compliance (preparing the property) can protect your rights as a landlord.

 • Benefits of applicant screening.

 • Tips to strengthen rental agreements.

 • How to become a proactive property manager.


 Drug Nuisance Abatement 

• Warning signs of drug activity. 

• Actions you must take if you discover your tenant or tenant’s guests are conducting illegal activities at your property.

 • Role of the Police Department.

 • Crisis resolution and the eviction process.


Resource Materials

 • 100+ page manual with additional community resources for landlords and property managers.


Benefits of the City of Sheboygan’s Landlord Training Program:

• A stable, more satisfied tenant base.

• Increased demand for rental units with a reputation for active management.

• Lower maintenance and repair costs.

• Improved personal safety for tenants, landlords and managers.

• Peace of mind that comes from spending more time on routine management and less on crisis control.

• More appreciative neighbors.


The Costs of Drug Activity in Rental Property: That Price May Include:

• Decline in property values – particularly when the activity begins affecting the reputation of a neighborhood.

• Property damage arising from abuse, retaliation or neglect; property damage from police raids.

• Fire resulting from manufacturing or grow operations.

• Civil penalties, including temporary closure of the property – or even property seizure.

• Loss of rent during the eviction and repair periods.

• Fear and frustration when dealing with dangerous and threatening tenants.

• Increased resentment and anger between neighbors and property managers.

• The loss of the valued tenants.


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