Welcome to Wausaukee Wisconsin
Wausaukee is centrally located in the northern County of Marinette, right on Highway 141. Marinette County offers vast public lands, ATV/snowmobile trails, and beautiful scenery including waterfalls, lakes, streams, forests, and rolling hills.
In fact, the name Wausaukee comes from the native settlers in the area – the Menominee Indians – and means “among the rolling hills.” The Wausaukee area is a great place for outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, boating, hiking and camping.
Wausaukee was originally founded in 1887. It grew because of the logging industry in the area. Over the years, many businesses came to Wausaukee to support the logging community including saw mills, grocery stores, restaurants, churches, and schools. To learn more about the history of Wausaukee click here. You will find information about the original founders, historic buildings, and industries in the area including over 200 authentic, historical photos.
Take your time to peruse our site and learn about wonderful Wausaukee, Wisconsin and all that it has to offer!
- 2017 Consumer Confidence Report now available for inspectionClick here to view the 2017 CCR. The post 2017 Consumer Confidence Report now available for inspection appeared first on Village of Wausaukee.... Read more »
- Citizen Participation Meeting – April 19th at 6pmThe Citizen Participation Committee of the Village of Wausaukee will conduct a public hearing regarding its proposed application for Community Development Block Grant – Public Facilities Program (CDBG-PF) funds. The public is invited to attend to learn about the CDBG program, to help identify additional community development needs, and to... Read more »
- Leaves & Brush Pick-up Week and Spring Clean-Up Day Coming Soon!!The Village of Wausaukee will again be picking up leaves and brush the week of May 14 – 18, 2018. Click here for details. Spring Clean-up Day will be held Saturday, May 19th from 8am to 12pm for items not otherwise accepted during normal garbage pick-up (charges may apply). Residents... Read more »
- Ordinance AmendmentThe Village Board at their regular Board meeting on March 21st, 2018 approved an amendment to Village ordinance 2018-07. Please click the links below to view the ordinances in their entirety. 2018-07 The post Ordinance Amendment appeared first on Village of Wausaukee.... Read more »
- Board Reverses Previous Decision to Decrease Size of BoardAt a Regular Village Board meeting on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, Board members voted in favor of Charter Ordinance 2018-08 increasing the number of Trustees serving on the Board from 5 members to 7 members. This reverses a previous decision (made on November 1, 2017) to decrease the size of the... Read more »
- We Want Your Opinion!!The Village of Wausaukee wishes to improve the user experience at Evergreen Campground and we want your input! Currently, the Village is contemplating upgrades to include: a new bathroom/shower facility water and sewer hook-ups at the campsites trail markers and signage for the walking trails warming shelter/trail head for snowshoeing... Read more »
- Ordinance AmendmentsThe Village Board at their regular Board meeting on February 21st, 2018 approved amendments to Village ordinances 2018-01 to 2018-06. Please click the links below to view the ordinances in their entirety. 2018-01 2018-02 2018-03 2018-04 2018-05 2018-06 The post Ordinance Amendments appeared first on Village... Read more »
- Board Reduces the Size of the Planning CommissionAt a Special Board meeting on Wednesday, November 1, 2017, the Board voted in favor of Village Ordinance 2017-07 reducing the number of members on the Planning Commission (WPC) from 7 members to 5 members. The transition to a 5 man Board will be in conjunction with the transition of... Read more »
- Board Reduces Number of Trustees by Charter OrdinanceAt a Special Village Board meeting on Wednesday, November 1, 2017, Board members voted in favor of Charter Ordinance 2017-06 reducing the number of Trustees serving on the Board from 7 members to 5 members. The change will take place over the next two spring elections with 2 seats (instead... Read more »