Administrative Office Hours
Mon, Tue, Wed, & Fri
9AM - 3PM
Thurs by appointment only

Town Board Meetings
2nd & 4th Thur - 6PM

Meeting dates/times are subject to change. Watch for agenda postings.

Transfer Station Hours
Wed. 7AM - 4PM
Sat. 7AM - Noon

Town of Lake Bulletin Board


Pursuant to Section 349.16 Wisconsin State Statues, the Town of Lake will be imposing temporary weight restrictions on all town roads effective, MONDAY, MARCH 13, 2023. Restrictions will begin at 12:01 p.m. Signs will be placed at various intersections advising the public that weight restrictions are in effect. 

If melting snow or rain causes thawing at an unexpected rate the restrictions may be imposed earlier, please watch for signs.

These weight restriction are for ALL Town roads. Special concessions may be made on a case by case basis through the issuance of a single or multiple trip permit. Please contact the Town Clerk.

The temporary weight restrictions for the Town of Lake are as follows:

6 tons per axle, maximum 18 tons gross

Please joint the Town of Lake Board of Supervisors and the accounting firm of Clifton, Larson & Allen to discuss the referendum question that will be on the April 4, 2023 ballot.
Question: Shall the person holding the combined office of Town Clerk and Town Treasurer in the Town of Lake be appointed by the Town Board?

This meeting will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 30, 2023 at the Chequamegon High School Auditorium located at 420 9th Street North in Park Falls


About Town of Lake, Price County

The Town of Lake is nestled in the northwest corner of Price County, adjacent to the City of Park Falls, in northcentral Wisconsin. The population was 1,128 at the 2016 census. The Town of Lake covers over 17,000 acres.

The Town of Lake is a picturesque rural area offering beautiful landscape and scenery. We offer a beautiful environment to live or visit. The township contains lakes, creeks, rivers, forests, national forests, resorts, ATV and snowmobile trails and offers an abundance of year round outdoor activities. The Tuscobia Trail runs through the Town of Lake and provides miles of trails for snowmobiling in the winter and ATV in the summer.

Butternut Lake and the Flambeau River offer excellent water activities including fishing, boating, skiing, canoeing and kayaking. Ice fishing is a great winter sport and produces entertainment as well as great eating.

This website offers information regarding the town as well as links to area communities and events. Please feel free to contact the town with any questions. Whether you are a long-time or new resident of the Town of Lake or a visitor to our beautiful community, we thank you for visiting our website.

Community Strengths
» Conservative fiscal town management
» Rural, small town atmosphere
» Low crime rate
» Smith Lake County Park with camping and pavilion
» Chequamegon and Butternut School Districts
» Local volunteer fire department and ambulance services
» Local hospital, medical and dental clinics
» Area youth activities

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