This years event will be held at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds, 625 Third Street, Luxemburg.  SEE FEES THAT APPLY.
What is the Hazardous Waste Collection?
It’s an opportunity for farmers, ag businesses and households to dispose of banned, damaged, expired, unwanted chemicals, pesticides, household wastes and dry medications, opioids, sharps (household ONLY), and more in an environmentally safe manner.
Who can participate?
The collection is open to ALL Kewaunee County residents.
Ag collection includes dairy & livestock farms, greenhouses, orchards, golf courses, marinas, school districts & veterinarians located in Kewaunee County.


Phragmites Control Project Information for Landowners

Invasive Phragmites Australis (common reed) is a tall, colony-forming grass, introduced from Europe, that is invading our wetlands, shores, and waterways.   A group of LISMA members including Glacierland Resource Conservation & Development Council (Glacierland), Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership (LNRP) and Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. among others, are partnering on this regional invasive phragmites effort on public and private lands across some Wisconsin counties.  

To access the online permission form or written paper permission form required to participate in invasive Phragmites treatment, visit website at: https://www.glacierlandrcd.org/phragmites-control-project  

Are you interested in renting the Lincoln Town Hall?

If you are interested in renting the Lincoln Town Hall, you may review and print our rental agreement by going to the Forms / Permits Tab.  Please note there is a different rental fee for non-residents vs. residents of Lincoln.  Checks may be made out to the Town of Lincoln for the full amount of rental fee + deposit and sent to the Town Clerk at N9275 County Road P, Algoma, WI 54201 along with the completed rental agreement once the date requested is confirmed as available.  If the hall is cleaned adequately and returned to its original configuration, the deposit will be returned following the next monthly meeting of the Board of Supervisors.  For additional questions, please contact the Town Clerk at 920-366-3640.

American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Well Compensation and Well Abandonment Grant Programs

Town of Lincoln community may have potential applicants for the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Well Compensation and Well Abandonment Grant Programs! These Well Grant programs are providing funding to well and water system owners to replace, reconstruct, treat or abandon their wells or water systems.   

More information about the Grant Programs can be found here: ARPA Well Compensation Grant Program<https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/aid/WellCompensation.html> or ARPA Well Abandonment Grant Program<https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/aid/WellAbandonment.html

Kewanee County Free Well Testing Program

Kewanee County is offering a free well testing program and still has 200 openings. Many of you have tested your well in the spring/summer months, but it is also important to know your water quality in the fall months.
To register, please contact Davina Bonness, with Kewaunee County LWCD at (920) 845-9743 or email [email protected] by October 19, 2022. Bottle pick up will be October 20th & 21st, 2022 at the LWCD office, 625 Third Street, Luxemburg.

Lost Dog in the Town of Lincoln, June 26, 2022

Lost black & grey blue tick hound dog. He does not have his collar on, but is very gentle and friendly. His home is on Owl Lane and was last seen on Cty Road C. You may call his owner at 920-677-2844.

Free Well Testing Kit through Kewaunee County Land & Water Conservation Department! First come, first serve! Deadline:  June 27, 2022.

The Kewaunee County Land and Water Conservation Department is continuing a comprehensive study on groundwater quality in Kewaunee County, funded through a Wisconsin Coastal Management Grant and a donation by Peninsula Pride Farms.

Free Well Testing Kit! First come, first serve.

Only 300 spots available: deadline: June 27th 

To register: please call Davina Bonness, County Conservationist at 920-845-9743 or email mailto: [email protected].  You will receive a copy of your results after the water testing is complete. All results will be confidential and only be presented in a way that does not identify individual homes. 

  • Bottle pick up will be June 30th or July 1st at the LWCD office (625 Third Street – Luxemburg – on the Luxemburg Fairgrounds)
  • Volunteers will instruct you on how to sample your well
  • Testing will be done on Tuesday, July 5th
  • Kewaunee County Private Wells only

This office will also be offering another free well testing in October 2022.