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June 11, 2021

E-coli Advisory Notice for Ferry Park

An E.coli advisory has been posted for Ferry Park begining today, June 11, 2021. The E.coli levels at Ferry Park are at 365 ppm. THat is over the threshold of 235 prompting an advisory notice for your safety. A resampling of the water will occur early next week. If results of… Read More

June 3, 2021

Lake Mills Triathlon Special Event Traffic reminder

This coming Sunday, June 6th, 2021 the Lake Mills Triathlon will be utilizing the Glacial Drumlin Trail for the run, Sandy Beach Rd, Main Street, Hwy A, Britzke Rd, Hope Lake Rd, Hwy G, Mud Lake Road and back to Sandy Beach Road for the biking portion of the race,… Read More

May 31, 2021

Reminder of schedule change for Garbage pick up due to Memorial Day

Reminder: Due to the Memorial Day Holiday, all routes will be delayed one day. Please view schedule in link below for further details. We encourage you to print the schedule and refer to it thoughout the year. Robin Untz, Clerk Johns Disposal schedule -Town of Lake Mills  

May 24, 2021

Public Hearing for Amendments of Town Ordinance 5-4 and 5-7

Public Hearing Notice is hereby given by the Town Board of the Town of Lake Mills, Wisconsin, that a public hearing will be held on the 8th of June, 2021, 7pm at the Town Hall, for review of the amendments to Town Ordinance 5-4 Subdivisions and amendments to Town Ordinance… Read More

May 17, 2021

Town Seeking Candidates for Town Hall Facilities Committee

NOTICE The Town of Lake Mills is seeking Town electors to serve on the Town Hall Facilities Committee. Detailed information can be found on the attachment. For any questions or comments please contact the Town Clerk at (920)648-5867 or by email at [email protected] https://townoflakemills.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Notice-of-appointments.-THFC.pdf   Robin Untz, Town Clerk

April 26, 2021

E-Recycling Information from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

E-Cycle Wisconsin is a statewide, manufacturer-funded program that recycles certain electronics used in homes and schools. Individuals, K-12 public schools and Parental Choice Program schools can use E-Cycle Wisconsin to save on electronics recycling. Others may use the program to find responsible recyclers. Manufacturers, recyclers, collectors, retailers, local governments and… Read More