Bird Scooters have landed in Fond du Lac!

  1. Download the Bird app from the App Store or Google Play
  2. Create an account and enter payment details
  3. Use the map to find a scooter near you
  4. Scan the QR code on the scooter with the app

The base fee is $1, plus 39 cents for every minute of use

  • Sidewalks
  • Any roadway within the City with a speed limit of more than 35 miles per hour

For abandoned or improperly parked scooters not causing an immediate safety hazard, all complaints should be given to Bird at (866) 205-2442. You can also report “Badly Parked Bird” and “Damaged Bird” using the mobile app. You do not have to be a rider to use this feature of the app, however, you do need to create an account. For reckless riding, please call the Fond du Lac Police non-emergency number (920) 906-5555.

Call 911. The Police Department will respond to and process the crash/injury as they would any other crash. Crashes or injuries can also be reported to Bird through the app, via phone, or via email at

Hit the throttle on the right to go and pull the brakes to slow.

Bird electric scooters are dockless, meaning you can leave them at your destination so long as you park in an upright position; within a bicycle rack; out of the way of pedestrian walkways, roadways and driveways; and off of private property.

The program will launch with 75 scooters throughout the City in high-foot-traffic areas and scale up depending on rider demand.

More information about the company can be found on their website ( and on their blog (

Community Mode feature on the Bird mobile app

24/7 customer service line: 866-205-2442

General support email: or

  • Use caution in parking lots.
  • Do not enter the road recklessly.
  • Do not ride on the wrong side of the road.
  • Use hand signals if riding in the road to signal turns and abrupt stops. Anticipate what others might do.
  • Save the selfies and music for after the ride.
  • Yield to pedestrians and keep walkways accessible.
  • Wearing a helmet is highly recommend and encouraged. Bird even has a free helmet program for anyone who needs it.

**When in doubt, riders should be following bicycle laws and operate within the ordinances of the City of Fond du Lac.