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Between 2006-2013, the Ozaukee County Planning and Parks Department was awarded over $8.5 million in federal, state, local, and private funding to develop, refine, and implement a comprehensive “Ozaukee Fish Passage Program” (Program).  The Program reconnects naturally existing high-quality habitat in the Lake Michigan Basin and Milwaukee River Watershed by modifying or removing impediments to provide passage for fish and other aquatic life.

The Program seeks to re-establish migratory fish passage between 11,149 wetland acres and 215 stream miles of the Milwaukee River Watershed, the Milwaukee Estuary, and Lake Michigan.  

Contact Fish Passage Team Members

121 W. Main Street, Port Washington, Wisconsin 53074
PH: 262-268-2045
262-238-8257 or FAX: 262-238-8269

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