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The Community

The Waupaca Chain O’Lakes is located within the towns of Farmington and Dayton in Waupaca County, Wisconsin.  Residents around the Chain are also part of the Waupaca Chain O’Lakes Protection and Rehabilitation District and the Chain O’Lakes Sanitary District.  The Association encourages all members to keep abreast of what is happening in the community and hopes these links will make that easier.

Waupaca County is governed by a County Board of Supervisors whose members are elected for a two-year term from districts apportioned according to population.  Elections take place in the spring.  The Board operates primarily through its committees, with the various specialized committees making recommendations to the County Board.  County Board meetings and committee meetings are open to the public.

Waupaca County is governed by a County Board of Supervisors whose members are elected for a two-year term from districts apportioned according to population.  Elections take place in the spring.  The Board operates primarily through its committees, with the various specialized committees making recommendations to the County Board.  County Board meetings and committee meetings are open to the public.

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The Lake District

Waupaca Chain O’Lakes District, known as The Lake District, is an independent governmental body that can levy taxes, accept grants and state aid, monitor water quality and treat aquatic plants, among other powers. The Lake District is managed by a seven-member Board of Commissioners and membership is mandatory for property owners within the District's boundaries, which includes all of the Chain O'Lakes.


PO Box 123
King, WI 54946

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Town of Dayton

Town Board Meeting held the third Tuesday of each month.


     Plan Commission meets the second Tuesday of the month as needed.
     Annual Meeting is the third Tuesday in April.

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Town of Farmington

Town Board Meeting held the third Monday of each month.


     Plan Commission meets as needed.
    Annual Meeting is the third Tuesday in April

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Waupaca County

Waupaca County is governed by a County Board of Supervisors whose members are elected for a two-year term from districts apportioned according to population.  Elections take place in the spring.  The Board operates primarily through its committees, with the various specialized committees making recommendations to the County Board.  County Board meetings and committee meetings are open to the public.

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Department of Natural Resources

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources also regulates what happens on the Chain O’Lakes and its website is a valuable resource for all things outdoors in Wisconsin

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Wisconsin Lakes

The Waupaca Chain O'Lakes Association is a member of Wisconsin Lakes, which is an organization working to develop statewide solutions for the challenges faced by our lakes while supporting strong local protection efforts.

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UW-Extension Lakes

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Golden Sands Resource Conservation & Development Council

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Citizens Lake Monitoring Network

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Waupaca Chain O' Lakes Sanitary District #1

Responsible for maintaining the sewer service around the Chain
PO Box 71
King, WI 54946
(715) 258-9200

This website has numerous educational materials and links to resources. It also has a quarterly newsletter to subscribe to.