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8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday

Florence County Courthouse will be closed the following holidays:

New Years Day
Presidents' Day
Friday before Easter
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Thanksgiving
Day after Thanksgiving
Christmas Eve
Christmas Day
New Year's Eve

If any of the above mentioned holidays falls on Saturday, it shall be observed the preceding Friday and if a holiday falls on Sunday, it shall be observed on the following Monday.


FAQ

15 Year Comprehensive Land Use Plan for Florence County Forest
Table of ContentsGlossary
Chapter 100Chapter 200Chapter 300
Chapter 400Chapter 500Chapter 600
Chapter 700Chapter 800Chapter 900
Chapter 1000Chapter 2000Chapter 3000

Annual Accomplishment Reports

2014

Rules and Regulations on the Florence County Forest


1. How to obtain the Code of Ordinances for the Florence County Forest?
Access the followinng link:

Ordinances

Camping in Florence County

1. Can I camp on County Forest Land?

Overnight camping, including tents, trailers, cars and trucks may be permitted in the County Forest without charge for a period of no more than 14 days. Any camper who violates the rules of good conduct, including cutting or defacing timber, carelessness with fire, violation of game and fishing laws of the State, or improper disposal of garbage and litter shall be subject to ejection from the County Forest and subject to the penalties provided by County and State laws.

When camping on the County Forest, blocking roads, parking areas, or lake access is not permitted.

2. Can I reserve a campsite at a County Campground?

No, the campsites are not reservable.

3. Where can I find information on Florence County Campgrounds?

Visit or call the Florence Natural Resource Center 715-528-5377 or 715-528-3207

Access the following link:

http://www.exploreflorencecounty.com/tourism/recreation/?category17=Parks


General

1. How do I reserve a County Park Pavilion?
Call (715)528-3207 or stop in to check date availability. Pavilion rentals are $25 per day. Currently Lake Emily Park, Keyes Lake Park and W. Bass Lake Park have pavillions. For details on park amenities access the following link:


2. What are the rules regarding tree stands or ground blinds on Florence County Forest?
Access the following link, then scroll to page 13:

Ordinances

Maps

1. How do I find information on Florence County's recreational trails?
Access the following link for maps:

http://www.exploreflorencecounty.com/resources/maps_and_brochures/

2. Where can I find information on grouse hunting?
Access the following link;

http://www.exploreflorencecounty.com/resources/maps_and_brochures/

3. Where do I find a Florence County map?
Access the following link:

http://www.exploreflorencecounty.com/resources/maps_and_brochures/

or call 715-528-3207 to request one these maps by mail.


Permits

1. How do I find information on cutting firewood on county land?
Stop in at the Florence Natural Resource Center. Firewood Permits are $10. You may also call 715-528-3207 for more information. A sample of the permit maybe viewed by accessing the following link:

Sample Firewood Permit

2. How do I obtain a permit to cut boughs on Florence County Land?
Stop in at the Florence Natural Resource Center. Bough permits are $50. You may also call 715-528-3207 for more information. A sample of the permit maybe viewed by accessing the following link:

Sample Bough Cutting Permit

3. How do I obtain a permit to harvest a Christmas tree on County Forest Land?
Stop in at the Florence Natural Resource Center. Christmas Tree permits are $5 per tree. You may also call 715-528-3207 for more information. A sample of the permit maybe viewed by accessing the following link.

Sample Christmas Tree Permit


Tax Delinquent Property

1. How do I find out if there are any tax delinquent properties for sale?

Access the following link:
Tax Delinquent Properties

Wisconsin DNR

1. Where do I obtain a burn permit?

Call toll free 1-888-947-2876 or access the following link:

dnr.wi.gov/topic/ForestFire/permits.html

or contact your Township Emergency Fire Warden.

2. Who do I contact with questions regarding land enrollment in a Managed Forest Law (MFL) program?

How do I find out if a property is enrolled in MFL or Forest Crop Law (FCL)?

Contact a DNR Forester:
Florence DNR Station - 715-528-4400

or access the following link:

dnr.wi.gov/topic/ForestLandowners/mfl.asp
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