THE BUFFALO LAKE DISTRICT BOARD
The Buffalo Lake Protection and Rehabilitation District, established in 1987, is an approved governmental body (under Chapter 33 of the Wisconsin statutes) with elected and appointed board members and an annual budget funded from special assessments on Buffalo Lake landowners. The goal of the district is to make good decisions to protect our lake and its resources, based on science, advice from knowledgeable professionals and input from lake district members.
All meetings are open to district members to attend. Regular board meetings are typically held on Saturdays at the Packwaukee Town Hall (N3511 State Street, Packwaukee). The annual meeting is held in October each year. Click here for information about upcoming meeting >
The board includes five elected members serving three-year terms and two appointed representatives -- one from the Town of Packwaukee and one from Marquette County. Any district member is eligible to run for an open board position, with the election being conducted at the annual meeting (typically held in October). Members must be present at the meeting to vote.
Click here for current board members and contact information >
Minutes from board meetings are reviewed/approved following standard meeting procedures. Access meeting minutes here >
COMMITTEE & VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
A healthy and successful lake district depends on much more than the board itself. Committees involving many more district members volunteering time and efforts work to accomplish the initiatives discussed at board meetings.
Click here for a list of committees and get involved to improve our lake district >