Arbor Vitae Town Office
10675 Big Arbor Vitae Dr
Arbor Vitae WI 54568


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Sat-Sun: Closed


Phone: 715.356.3120
Fax: 715.356.1071


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Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 63F FAIR

FAIR 63°F
Humidity:
67%
Wind Speed:
4 MPH
Wind Direction:
NE (30°)
Barometer:
30.02 in.
Dewpoint:
52°F
Heat Index:
63°F
Wind Chill:
63°F
Visibility:
10 mi

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 66F FAIR

FAIR 66°F
Humidity:
60%
Wind Speed:
6 MPH
Wind Direction:
NE (30°)
Barometer:
30.02 in.
Dewpoint:
52°F
Heat Index:
66°F
Wind Chill:
66°F
Visibility:
10 mi

No Air Quality Notices at 11:44 pm CDT on 6/19/2018

Vilas County Air Quality Notices - 21 min 34 sec ago
As of 11:44 pm CDT Tuesday, June 19, 2018 there are no Air Quality Notices for Vilas County.

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 58F FAIR

Vilas County Weather Alerts - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 11:55pm
FAIR 58°F
Humidity:
80%
Wind Speed:
Calm
Barometer:
30.11 in.
Dewpoint:
52°F
Heat Index:
58°F
Wind Chill:
58°F
Visibility:
10 mi

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 56F FAIR

Vilas County Weather Alerts - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 10:55pm
FAIR 56°F
Humidity:
96%
Wind Speed:
Calm
Barometer:
30.11 in.
Dewpoint:
55°F
Heat Index:
56°F
Wind Chill:
56°F
Visibility:
10 mi

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 65F FAIR

Vilas County Weather Alerts - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 8:55pm
FAIR 65°F
Humidity:
66%
Wind Speed:
4 MPH
Wind Direction:
NE (50°)
Barometer:
30.11 in.
Dewpoint:
54°F
Heat Index:
65°F
Wind Chill:
65°F
Visibility:
10 mi

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 70F PARTLY CLOUDY

Vilas County Weather Alerts - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 7:55pm
PARTLY CLOUDY 70°F
Humidity:
56%
Wind Speed:
7 MPH
Wind Direction:
NE (50°)
Barometer:
30.09 in.
Dewpoint:
54°F
Heat Index:
70°F
Wind Chill:
70°F
Visibility:
10 mi

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 74F OVERCAST

Vilas County Weather Alerts - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 6:55pm
OVERCAST 74°F
Humidity:
52%
Wind Speed:
13 MPH
Wind Direction:
NE (30°)
Gusts:
16.1 MPH
Barometer:
30.02 in.
Dewpoint:
55°F
Heat Index:
74°F
Wind Chill:
74°F
Visibility:
10 mi

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 76F PARTLY CLOUDY

Vilas County Weather Alerts - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 5:55pm
PARTLY CLOUDY 76°F
Humidity:
36%
Wind Speed:
4 MPH
Wind Direction:
E (90°)
Barometer:
30.02 in.
Dewpoint:
47°F
Heat Index:
76°F
Wind Chill:
76°F
Visibility:
10 mi

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 75F FAIR

Vilas County Weather Alerts - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 4:55pm
FAIR 75°F
Humidity:
40%
Wind Speed:
7 MPH
Wind Direction:
E (100°)
Barometer:
30.02 in.
Dewpoint:
49°F
Heat Index:
75°F
Wind Chill:
75°F
Visibility:
10 mi

Father & son

Arbor Vitae Area Fishing Reports - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 4:53pm

Anglers Choice Guide Service added 3 new photos.
Just now ·

MOON PHASE (42%)
Waxing Crescent

CONDITIONS
Sunny

AIR TEMP
71° - 75° F

WATER TEMP
71° - 75° F

THE ANGLERS CHOICE GUIDE SERVICE.COM

johnandrew@centurylink.net 715-892-3020.

(“NO FISH NO PAY, GUARANTEED”)

Please contact me thru my "e-mail or phone #". "Thank you all" who continue to support John Andrew.

More and more and more great people, supporting local business’s in Vilas,county of Northern Wisconsin.

This father and son enjoyed there day catching fish and sharing some awesome bonding. These 2 were laughing all day long and having fun. All fish came from the weeds and on minnows.

Water temps are on the rise and will continue to go up all week long. Cool in the evenings and warm and "dry" during the day.

Call me any time for any info. My # is above. Leave a message, my phone is always turned off when at work.

As always, stay positive, think clearly, do not listen to negative talk and do not listen to negative people.

God Bless John Andrew Attached Thumbnails      
Categories: Fishing Reports

Father & son

St. Germain Fishing Reports - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 4:52pm


Anglers Choice Guide Service added 3 new photos.
Just now ·

MOON PHASE (42%)
Waxing Crescent

CONDITIONS
Sunny

AIR TEMP
71° - 75° F

WATER TEMP
71° - 75° F

THE ANGLERS CHOICE GUIDE SERVICE.COM

johnandrew@centurylink.net 715-892-3020.

(“NO FISH NO PAY, GUARANTEED”)

Please contact me thru my "e-mail or phone #". "Thank you all" who continue to support John Andrew.

More and more and more great people, supporting local business’s in Vilas,county of Northern Wisconsin.

This father and son enjoyed there day catching fish and sharing some awesome bonding. These 2 were laughing all day long and having fun. All fish came from the weeds and on minnows.

Water temps are on the rise and will continue to go up all week long. Cool in the evenings and warm and "dry" during the day.

Call me any time for any info. My # is above. Leave a message, my phone is always turned off when at work.

As always, stay positive, think clearly, do not listen to negative talk and do not listen to negative people.

God Bless John Andrew Attached Thumbnails      
Categories: Fishing Reports

Flooding, washouts close some parks and trails in northwestern Wisconsin

Wisconsin DNR Weekly News - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 3:14pm
Many properties across the north unaffected and remain openSUPERIOR, Wis. - Heavy rains across northwestern Wisconsin last weekend and early this week have flooded some roads and caused washouts on some highways, roads, state parks, forests and trails. According to the National Weather Service the area has received 7 to 12 inches of rain from Friday through Monday. - - The dam forming Interfalls Lake at Pattison State Park washed out, taking out part of Highway 35 and closing the road. Photo credit: DNR - - There are several Wisconsin State Park System property and portions of properties that are closed due to the rain and flooding in Douglas, Ashland, Bayfield, Iron, Burnett and Price counties. Amnicon Falls State Park, located about 7 miles east of Superior, is currently closed but is expected to reopen the afternoon of June 19. Pattison State Park about 13 miles south of Superior is open for camping only; all trails, observation areas, picnic and day-use areas are closed.

Private well owners encouraged to check wells after recent flooding in northern Wisconsin

Wisconsin DNR Weekly News - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 3:14pm
MADISON - Recent heavy rains in many northern Wisconsin counties have affected private property owners and state properties. - - The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is offering the guidance below as many property owners will begin assessing damage, checking wells and septic systems and removing storm related debris. In particular, heavy rains can create conditions that affect private wells and drinking water.

Groundbreaking for Willow River State Park dam reconstruction June 26

Wisconsin DNR Weekly News - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 3:14pm
- - HUDSON, Wis. - State and local officials will celebrate the groundbreaking for the reconstruction of Little Falls Dam on the Willow River within Willow River State Park at a ceremony at 1 p.m. on June 26. The public is welcome to attend. - - The Willow Falls Dam before it was breached. Photo credit: DNR - The dam, which was breached in 2015 due to structural concerns, will be rebuilt beginning this summer. Photo credit: DNR - - The Willow River was dammed in the park, forming the 172-acre Little Falls Lake in the 1920s. The lake has been a popular recreation area in the park, offering non-motorized boating, fishing and a swimming beach. In 2015 dam inspections indicated elements of the dam need to be brought into compliance, as well as possible structural issues related to the foundation.

Pollinator Week June 18-24 highlights insects' importance to ecosystems and crops

Wisconsin DNR Weekly News - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 3:14pm
Plant for pollinators and take other steps at home or on the farm to help them - - [Editor's Note: Join us Wednesday, June 20, about 2:30 - p.m., for a Facebook Live stream as DNR Conservation Biologist Amy Staffen - highlights plants she's added to her yard to benefit pollinators. Catch - this live stream via the Wisconsin DNR Facebook Page. Make sure - you're notified when we go live by clicking the "Follow" button on our - Facebook page. Or view the video at your leisure on our Facebook page - under the "Live Videos" tab and in our feed.] - MADISON - Pollinators are critical for Wisconsin ecosystems and crops including cranberries, peppers and tomatoes, and Pollinator Week, June 18-24, highlights steps city and rural residents can take to help protect and increase pollinator habitat. - - A pollinator is any animal that visits flowering plants and transfers pollen from flower to flower, aiding plant reproduction. In Wisconsin, native pollinators include bees, butterflies, moths, flower flies, beetles, wasps, and hummingbirds. Populations of some pollinators in Wisconsin, including several bumble bees and butterflies, are declining and habitat loss is one of the major causes.

Operation Dry Water: DNR conservation wardens join local boat patrols for safety weekend

Wisconsin DNR Weekly News - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 3:14pm
[EDITOR'S ADVISORY: Additional regional contacts are available: South Central Wisconsin Recreation Warden Marty Stone, 608-778-2035 or martin.stone@wisconsin.gov; Northeast Wisconsin Recreation Warden Darren Kuhn, 920-615-6075 or darren.kuhn@wisconsin.gov, South Eastern Wisconsin Recreation Warden Jason Roberts, 262-903-9399 or jason.roberts@wisconsin.gov; West Central Wisconsin Recreation Warden Matt Groppi, 715-284-1421 or matthew.groppi@wisconsin.gov, Northern Wisconsin Recreation Warden Mark Little, 715-492-1047 or mark.little@wisconsin.gov.]MADISON -- Boaters and paddlers enjoying Wisconsin's waters June 29-July 1 could see more state conservation wardens and local boat patrols on the water during the 10th annual national Operation Dry Water. - - Lt. Adam Hanna of the Recreation Safety and Outdoor Skills section says wardens will be on the water with one mission - keep the waters safe for all to enjoy.

All hands are on deck this Fourth-of-July weekend to stop aquatic invasive species in Wisconsin

Wisconsin DNR Weekly News - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 3:14pm
MADISON -- Thousands of Wisconsinites and visitors will take to the water this Fourth-of-July for the state's busiest boating holiday. During the tenth annual Landing Blitz, June 29-July 4, many boaters will be greeted at landings and access points by Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources staff, volunteers and regional Aquatic Invasive Species partners sharing a simple but powerful message: YOU can protect lakes and rivers from aquatic invasive species. - - Eurasian watermilfoil is one of the invasive plants inspectors will be looking for during the Landing Blitz.Photo credit: DNR - - The Landing Blitz is a statewide effort to remind boaters and users of all other watercraft that they can take actions to stop the spread of aquatic invasive species, which pose great risks to the health of our lakes and fisheries.

Natural Resources Board to meet June 27 in Madison

Wisconsin DNR Weekly News - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 3:14pm
- - MADISON - Information about the 2017 ruffed grouse harvest and 2018 spring drumming survey results, statement of scope approvals related to 1) marten protection closed areas, 2) chronic wasting disease, and 3) site-specific phosphorus water quality criteria, requests for approvals of master plans for the Southern Region Planning Group and Kettle Moraine Waters groups, and a request to initiate a planning process to establish recreational trail uses at Blue Mound State Park for trail are among the items the state Natural Resources Board will address when it meets June 27 in Madison. - - The board will convene at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 27, in Room G09 of the State Natural Resources Building (GEF 2), 101 S. Webster St., Madison. On Tuesday, June 26, the board will tour and/or receive presentations at locations around the Madison and Poynette areas beginning at approximately 11:15 a.m.

Proposed master plan variance designates additional ATV/UTV access routes through Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest

Wisconsin DNR Weekly News - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 3:14pm
- - - - DNR public comment period open through July 3 - - - - - WOODRUFF, Wis. - The public will have an opportunity to comment on plans for expanded recreational opportunities in the Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest through the designation of approximately 11 miles of all-terrain and utility vehicle routes on Department of Natural Resources roads in the forest. The roads proposed for ATV/UTV designation will contribute to the eventual completion of a north-south route through the forest, connecting communities and providing additional recreation opportunities. - - A master plan variance is a change in the use or management of an area that is consistent with the area's land management classification and objectives. This variance proposal accompanies an October 2017 amendment to the recreation portion of the state forest's 2005 Master Plan. The 2017 amendment designated about 42 miles of existing DNR roads as ATV/UTV routes or trails to connect the larger regional network. It also authorized the department to designate an additional 160 miles of ATV/UTV routes and trails on existing DNR roads that help build the overall network. The proposed variance adds approximately 11 miles to help build the overall network.