Welcome to Woodboro


Woodboro was established on March 21, 1893, by the Oneida County Board of Supervisors from the Town of Pelican. The original town included all of the present towns of Cassian, Little Rice, Lynn and Nokomis. Present day Woodboro covers an area of 36 sq. miles which consists of 54 miles of town roads. The population has approximately 850 full-time residents
 and grows substantially when our summer residents arrive.

Woodboro is home to abundant natural resources and the activities that complement them. It offers beautiful lakes and streams for fishing, canoeing and kayaking; woodlands for hunting, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, and snowmobiling; all roads are accessible for bicycles and ATV/UTVs.


Officers Contact Information


Phil Kriesel

Town Chairperson
715-482-0238 after 5 p.m. (unless it's an emergency)
woodborochair@townofwoodboro.com  

Bill Rudis
Supervisor
715-490-1928
woodborosupervisor1@townofwoodboro.com  

Amanda Pontell
Supervisor
210-577-2491
woodborosupervisor2@townofwoodboro.com 

Judy May
Clerk
715-490-0146
woodboroclerk@townofwoodboro.com

Joann Beltz
Treasurer
715-282-5607 ext. 2
715-966-0401
woodborotreasurer@townofwoodboro.com

Jef Muelver
Assessor
715-275-4001
jefm@frontier.com 



Animal Control - Oneida County Humane Society

Contact the Oneida County Humane Society By Phone: 715-362-5992, or call 911 if you have an emergency. 
By Mail: Oneida County Humane Society,1852 North Stevens Street, Rhinelander, WI 54501
Please call the Oneida County Sheriff's Department at 715-361-5201 to report an animal control issue.
More information can be found at: https://www.ochspets.org/


WINTER ROAD MAINTENANCE
REMINDER

SNOW AND ICE DEPOSITING ONTO OR ACROSS PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY: State of Wisconsin State Statute 346.94 (5) placing injurious substances on highway. No person shall place or cause to be placed upon a highway a foreign substance which is or may be injurious to any vehicle or part there of. 

The town has received numerous complaints about snow from private driveways being left on the town roads. Violators may be subject to a fine.




Mail Boxes and Snowplows
If your mailbox is knocked over by a large amount of snow being pushed by the snowplow, the town is not responsible. If your box is clearly damaged by being hit by the snowplow, contact Chairperson Kriesel to report.


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