Welcome to the Town of Three Lakes

The town encourages and welcomes all of your suggestions ~ please contact us at  suggestions@townofthreelakes.com 
Contact information for the Town Board can be found under the Government tab above, then Elected Officials.

April 7th Election Day Procedures:

Use the south entrance to enter the building - that set of doors will be the only doors open that day. You can park on W. School Street or in the parking lot on the side of the municipal building. Our main doors on Erie Street will NOT be open for voters; only the vestibule will be open for absentee ballot drop-off in the box. Please keep in mind the polls are open 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. as usual, but you may have a longer wait during the process.



The Town Office will be open Monday - Thursday only; closed on Friday.  We are always closed to public foot traffic unless you've scheduled an appointment.  Phone messages will be returned within a 24 hr. period, with the exception of Friday messages which will be returned on Monday.  

Per the March 25, 2020 Town Board meeting, all public events scheduled through July 31, 2020 have been cancelled.  This includes any and all permitted and non-permitted events that gather on public or private property that are open to or gather the public. This includes events such as tournaments, parades, memorial ceremonies, races, sporting games and practices, and any other public events.

Also, The Town of Three Lakes Solid Waste Transfer Station (dump) will remain open. Until further notice, coupons will NOT be required for dropping off normal amounts of bagged household waste and recyclables. A "normal" amount of trash is typically considered 1-2, 30 pound bags of refuse plus mixed recyclables. At the attendant's discretion, excessive trash dumping and items other than household trash may require payment. A coupon and exact cash (no change given) VOLUNTARY depository box will be located onsite. Any payments or coupons for trash dumping will be greatly appreciated by the town to offset the cost of collection.


A Personal Greeting from the Three Lakes Town Board of Supervisors:

"Whether you are seeking governmental assistance, looking to move a company or business here, or thinking about living here with us in the beautiful Northwoods, you have come to the right source. Please enjoy your tour of our website and don't hesitate to contact us here at the Town Office if there is anything we can do to further assist you. Our Town Board meetings are held on the first and third Tuesdays of every month at 6:30 p.m. - we hope to see you there."

Looking to receive a notification when agendas are posted to the website? Go to the "Contact Us" tab above, and click on "Subscribe to Updates".  You can choose which Committees/Commissions you want to receive a notification for.

Residents may view your property tax bill or look up property information on a parcel (taxes, zoning/septic permits, map view) by clicking on the link:  octax.co.oneida.wi.us 

2020 dog license fees are $8.00 for spayed/neutered; $20.00 for non-spayed/non-neutered.  You must bring/provide a copy of the most current rabies information when purchasing a license.  Please refer to the dog license information on our website HERE.

The Town Transfer Site is located at 1313 S. Big Lake Loop Road and open

during the following days/times:

January 4, 2020 - May 22, 2020

Saturday & Monday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon; Sunday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon

The cost for a full sheet of Transfer Site coupons is $45.00; the cost for a half sheet is $22.50To have  coupons mailed to you, please include a SASE with your payment.

Looking for a copy of the 2020 Transfer Station and Brush Site flyer?  Eagle Waste Flyer

Have odd things  you need to get rid of? (demolition material, carpet, tires, etc.)  Odd Items

 Looking for a listing of approved Amplifying Device Permits for events around Town?  Click HERE

2020 Census 
Households across the country will start receiving invitations to complete the 2020 Census starting this spring.  You can respond in multiple ways - online; by phone; or by mail.  Please be aware of potential fraud or scam emails, and realize the Census Bureau does not ask for your social security number; bank or credit card numbers; or ask for monetary donations.  You can find out more information regarding the 2020 census by visiting their website HERE.