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


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Mon-Fri: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Sat-Sun: Closed


Phone: 715.356.3120
Fax: 715.356.1071


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Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 54F OVERCAST

Vilas County Weather Alerts - Wed, 09/19/2018 - 7:55pm
OVERCAST 54°F
Humidity:
84%
Wind Speed:
7 MPH
Wind Direction:
N (360°)
Barometer:
30.07 in.
Dewpoint:
49°F
Heat Index:
54°F
Wind Chill:
52°F
Visibility:
10 mi

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 54F OVERCAST

OVERCAST 54°F
Humidity:
84%
Wind Speed:
5 MPH
Wind Direction:
NE (40°)
Barometer:
30.05 in.
Dewpoint:
49°F
Heat Index:
54°F
Wind Chill:
53°F
Visibility:
10 mi

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 57F PARTLY CLOUDY

PARTLY CLOUDY 57°F
Humidity:
85%
Wind Speed:
5 MPH
Wind Direction:
NE (40°)
Barometer:
30.04 in.
Dewpoint:
52°F
Heat Index:
57°F
Wind Chill:
57°F
Visibility:
10 mi

No Air Quality Notices at 8:44 pm CDT on 9/18/2018

Vilas County Air Quality Notices - 27 min 10 sec ago
As of 8:44 pm CDT Tuesday, September 18, 2018 there are no Air Quality Notices for Vilas County.

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 58F PARTLY CLOUDY

Vilas County Weather Alerts - 32 min 17 sec ago
PARTLY CLOUDY 58°F
Humidity:
82%
Wind Speed:
5 MPH
Wind Direction:
NW (330°)
Barometer:
30.06 in.
Dewpoint:
52°F
Heat Index:
58°F
Wind Chill:
58°F
Visibility:
10 mi

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 55F OVERCAST

Vilas County Weather Alerts - 2 hours 32 min ago
OVERCAST 55°F
Humidity:
79%
Wind Speed:
6 MPH
Wind Direction:
N (360°)
Barometer:
30.04 in.
Dewpoint:
49°F
Heat Index:
55°F
Wind Chill:
54°F
Visibility:
10 mi

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 57F OVERCAST

Vilas County Weather Alerts - 3 hours 32 min ago
OVERCAST 57°F
Humidity:
75%
Wind Speed:
6 MPH
Wind Direction:
N (10°)
Barometer:
30.03 in.
Dewpoint:
49°F
Heat Index:
57°F
Wind Chill:
56°F
Visibility:
10 mi

Fall color show is underway

Wisconsin DNR Weekly News - 5 hours 13 min ago
- - MADISON - Wisconsin's annual colorama is underway with some Northwoods locations reporting 5 to 15 percent color change but a few areas at nearly 25 to 50 percent peak color. - - "The intensity of the fall color season is dependent on the weather that Wisconsin receives during September and October," said Colleen Matula, Forest Silviculturist/Ecologist with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources-Division of Forestry. "To have the most brilliant and vibrant fall color display, a series of fall days filled with bright sunshine and cool, but frost free, evenings are required."

Statewide regular season duck zones open Sept. 29

Wisconsin DNR Weekly News - 5 hours 13 min ago
- MADISON - Duck hunters in the North, South and Mississippi River zones will begin another fall duck hunt one-half hour before sunrise on Saturday, Sept 29. - - "With average spring breeding counts and a fairly wet summer, Wisconsin waterfowl hunters could have potential for a good hunting season," said Taylor Finger, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources migratory game bird ecologist.

Waterfowl hunters can help stop spread of aquatic invasive species

Wisconsin DNR Weekly News - 5 hours 13 min ago
- MADISON -As Wisconsin's goose and duck seasons get underway, the Department of Natural Resources is asking for help from the state's dedicated hunters to help prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species. Just a few minutes of preventative action can protect your hunting tradition for generations to come. - To help protect waterfowl habitat and populations, hunters must take these simple steps before launching into and leaving a waterbody: - - Inspect waders, boats, trailers, motors and hunting equipment, including boots, blinds and dogs. Remove all plants, animals and mud. Drain all water from decoys, boats, motors, livewells and other hunting equipment. Never move plants or live fish away from a water body. - - Use of nonnative vegetation such as phragmites to help conceal blinds or boats can also lead to the inadvertent spread of species.Photo credit: DNR - - In addition to standard boating gear, waterfowl hunters often use decoys, dogs, waders and push poles that may contain water, debris and mud where invasive species such as zebra mussels, faucet snails and starry stonewort can hide. Use of nonnative vegetation such as phragmites to help conceal blinds or boats can also lead to the inadvertent spread of species that clog waterways and crowd out beneficial plants that provide food and shelter for ducks and geese.

Natural Resources Board to meet September 25-26 in Hayward

Wisconsin DNR Weekly News - 5 hours 13 min ago
- MADISON - Requests to consider an early closure to the 2018 ruffed grouse hunting season in Wisconsin and proposed revisions to rules related to elk management to allow the use of scientific data rather than a percent of population estimates to set harvest permit levels are among the items the state Natural Resources Board will address when it meets September 26 in Hayward. - - The board will convene at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, September 26, at Flat Creek Inn & Suites, 10290 Highway 27 South, Hayward.

2018 Wisconsin Fall hunting and trapping forecasts available online

Wisconsin DNR Weekly News - 5 hours 13 min ago
- MADISON - Fall hunting and trapping seasons in Wisconsin are well underway, and a number of hunting and trapping forecasts are now available to help hunters and trappers prepare for their time in the outdoors. - - Forecasts for the following species can be found at the links below - each forecast is located on the corresponding species page:

- Season two of Wild Wisconsin web series launches just in time for archery and crossbow deer hunting seasons

Wisconsin DNR Weekly News - 5 hours 13 min ago
[EDITOR'S ADVISORY: This news release was previously issued to media statewide.] MADISON -- The world of hunting is changing, and Department of Natural Resources staff are hard at work to make sure Wisconsin's hunters have the resources they need for a safe and successful deer season. - - Wild Wisconsin is your ticket to enjoying the outdoors this fall. Web series segments, podcasts and more - all at your fingertips. With help from Vortex Optics, Mayville Engineering Company Shooting Sports and The Hunting Public, Wild Wisconsin is back for year two.

Snake and Turtle Fest comes to Havenwoods State Forest Oct. 6

Wisconsin DNR Weekly News - 5 hours 13 min ago
- Visitors can get up close to critters like the milk snake at Snake and Turtle Festival.Photo credit: DNR - MILWAUKEE - The public is invited to come to Havenwoods State Forest on Oct. 6 for a slithery, scaly day--Snake and Turtle Fest. - - - - Visitors can meet Wisconsin native snakes and turtles close up, take a hike to search for herps, discover reptile adaptations through activities and games, make snake and turtle crafts, bid in a silent auction to benefit education programs, purchase lunch or snacks.

Fall issue of Wisconsin Natural Resources shines with the vibrant colors of autumn

Wisconsin DNR Weekly News - 5 hours 13 min ago
- - MADISON - The Fall issue of Wisconsin Natural Resources is available now, and the magazine shines with the vibrant colors of autumn. That's thanks in large part to a striking six-page cover spread commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. It features the photography of Craig Blacklock from his new book, "St. Croix & Namekagon Rivers: The Enduring Gift," which captures vivid scenes from Wisconsin's own Wild and Scenic Rivers. - - - - Magazine content also includes "Team up for trees," exploring the DNR's urban forestry partnerships with the state's pro sports teams, and "1,000 miles to remember," a look at one Wisconsin writer's book about her thru-hike of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail. Another story, "DNR labors for pollinators," puts the spotlight on small species that do big work in the natural world.

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 59F OVERCAST

Vilas County Weather Alerts - 5 hours 32 min ago
OVERCAST 59°F
Humidity:
72%
Wind Speed:
4 MPH
Wind Direction:
E (70°)
Barometer:
30.02 in.
Dewpoint:
50°F
Heat Index:
59°F
Wind Chill:
59°F
Visibility:
10 mi

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 57F OVERCAST

Vilas County Weather Alerts - 6 hours 32 min ago
OVERCAST 57°F
Humidity:
75%
Wind Speed:
5 MPH
Wind Direction:
N (20°)
Barometer:
30.02 in.
Dewpoint:
49°F
Heat Index:
57°F
Wind Chill:
57°F
Visibility:
10 mi

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 55F OVERCAST

Vilas County Weather Alerts - 8 hours 32 min ago
OVERCAST 55°F
Humidity:
81%
Wind Speed:
5 MPH
Wind Direction:
NE (40°)
Barometer:
30.05 in.
Dewpoint:
49°F
Heat Index:
55°F
Wind Chill:
54°F
Visibility:
10 mi

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 53F OVERCAST

Vilas County Weather Alerts - 9 hours 32 min ago
OVERCAST 53°F
Humidity:
87%
Wind Speed:
5 MPH
Wind Direction:
N (360°)
Barometer:
30.05 in.
Dewpoint:
49°F
Heat Index:
53°F
Wind Chill:
52°F
Visibility:
7 mi

Vilas County, Wisconsin Weather :: 52F FOG/MIST

Vilas County Weather Alerts - 10 hours 32 min ago
FOG/MIST 52°F
Humidity:
88%
Wind Speed:
4 MPH
Wind Direction:
N (20°)
Barometer:
30.05 in.
Dewpoint:
49°F
Heat Index:
52°F
Wind Chill:
52°F
Visibility:
4 mi