Land & Water Management

Mission Statement

It is our mission to work with our community to improve land and water management practices to improve and preserve Ozaukee County's natural resources for generations to come. 

2017 Ozaukee County Clean Sweep Program

Friday & Saturday, June 9 & 10

The 2017 Ozaukee County Clean Sweep is an opportunity for residents, agricultural producers, and some businesses to properly dispose of hazardous waste and used tires.  The Land and Water Management Department has coordinated this new Clean Sweep program, partnering with the Ozaukee County Highway Department and Veolia Environmental Services.

The drive-through collection makes this program simple and efficient for everyone.


.  Pre-registration is not necessary for used tires, but disposal fees apply and must be paid when the tires are dropped off.

General Information: Pay Online or Pre-register by Mail with a Check

$20.00 per vehicle fee

Click here for Clean Sweep 2017-general info & register

Hazardous Waste Items We Will Accept / Some Items We WILL NOT Accept

Household Chemicals & Materials/Agricultural Chemicals & Materials

Click here for Clean Sweep 2017-accepted items

Used Tires

Pre-registration is Not Necessary/Disposal Fees Apply

Click here for

Clean Sweep 2017-tires

Very Small Quantity Generator Businesses (VSQG)

Pre-register with Veolia / Veolia Will Calculate Cost

Click here for Clean Sweep 2017-vsqg

Sand Lake Conservation Camp - Scholarship Deadline is May 5th

This conservation camp is for students entering 6-8 grade this coming Fall school year. Below are the handouts for the conservation summer camp opportunity.  Do not forget to take advantage of this scholarship, a student you know could go to camp for free.  Call Geoff Schramm with any questions at (262) 284-8315.

2017 Brochure

2017 Tentative Schedule

Map to Camp


What to bring to camp

Scholarship Essay Form - must be a resident of Ozaukee County

​Wisconsin Land and Water Youth Conservation Camp - Scholarship Deadline is May 19th

This summer camp experience is for students entering 9-12 grade this coming Fall school year.  The camp location is North Lakeland Discovery Center in Manitowish Waters.  Below is the information for this conservation camp opportunity.  The registration link will take you directly to the Wisconsin Land and Water Conservation Association webpage.  The registration process is done online.  A scholarship is available for attending this camp.  Please call Geoff Schramm with any questions at (262) 284 - 8315.

North Lakeland Discovery Center Brochure


Scholarship Essay Form - must be a resident of Ozaukee County
  1. Cooperative Programs

    Discover more specific information about various cooperative programs.

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  2. Cost Share Programs

    Read about various national and federal programs aimed at helping land owners, conservation, and wildlife management.

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  3. Regulatory Programs

    Browse through the regulatory programs offered by the land and water management department.

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  4. Contractor List

    Contractor List

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  5. Friends of the Cedarburg Bog

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  6. Non-Metallic Mining

    Find basic permits, regulatory plans, and basic information about non-metallic mining here.

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  7. Rain Garden Iniative

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  8. Shoreline Stability

    View information on shoreline stability, erosion, and find helpful resources.

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  9. Ulao Creek

    Ulao Creek Partnership Webpage

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  10. Shoreland Zoning Permit Application

    permit applications

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