Meetings are at 7:00 pm the 1st Tuesday of each month - with the exception of elections & holidays. Meetings take place at the Auditorium.
Meetings are at 5:00 pm on the last Wednesday of the month at the Auditorium.
Meetings are at 6:30 pm on the last Wednesday of the month at the Auditorium. Agenda item materials need to be submitted no later than the Friday preceding the meeting.
Volunteer Fire Department
Meetings are at 6:30 pm on the second and last Thursday of the month, at the Fire Hall. Come join our department!
Open Memorial Day through Labor Day.
$15 per night.
No more than 14 consecutive nights.
AT THE AUDITORIUM
Tuesdays at 6:30pm
First and third Wednesdays at 6pm
Contact Tyler at 218-391-1943
Monday evenings 6pm-7pm
Thursday evenings 6pm-7pm
Contact Beth at 715-816-4485
11596 E Waterfront Drive
PO Box 517
Lake Nebagamon, WI 54849
Office Hours: M - F 8:30am - 3:00pm
or by appointment
Welcome to the Village of Lake Nebagamon in Douglas County, Wisconsin! Our friendly residents welcome visitors to our lake all year for seasonal activities like swimming, boating, fishing, snowmobiling, ice fishing and general enjoyment. The beach remains the summer hot spot for the young and old to congregate, and the boat landing is used for all season public access. The Auditorium is the hub of Village activity and is on the National Historic Register. In addition to housing the municipal offices, the Auditorium provides a venue for Village Board & Commission meetings, community events, exercise classes, Veterans affairs and is available to rent for special events like weddings, reunions, birthday parties and graduations. The Auditorium is also available for public use in emergencies or natural disasters.
Our general population of around 1000 doubles or more during the summer months, especially during our famous 4th of July festivities! This can be partly attributed to the fact the weather in Lake Nebagamon is usually 20 degrees warmer than the Duluth / Superior area during the Spring, Summer and Fall.
In 1882 the Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic Railroad constructed a line across northern Wisconsin. A portion of that line ran through what is now the Village of Lake Nebagamon. The Weyerhauser Lumber Company operated several camps in the Village in the early 1900’s, using the rail line for their operations. The Village was named from the Chippawa phrase “Nee-bay-go-moh-win”, meaning a place to hunt deer by fire from the water.
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Information from the Board
Brush Dump Open!
In order to allow village residents to appropriately handle yard debris, especially in light of the recent storm, the Village Board has entered into an agreement with Billy Harvey to open his brush dump for the year. This is for vegetative debris ONLY.
7950 S Cty. Rd. S
turn up the hill by the old Budweiser truck