Burning is allowed per the following permit information and Ordinance 34.25, which you must read and agree to abide by the Burning Permit and Ordinance. The permit is valid from the date of application through the end of the current calendar year.
To obtain your permit, you must download, open, and fill out the form and keep it for your records. The Town no longer needs a copy of your form. Click here to download the form and ordinance, Section 34.25.
*Campfire (Until Midnight Only)
*Regular Burning (Up to 4 feet x 4 feet x 3 feet High)
*Trash Burning Container
**(Contact Town Hall if your burning exceeds these limits)
No burning of the following:
More information on materials, volume and quantities of items to be burned are found in Ordinance 34.25. Burning is allowed from sunup to sundown only. You must be attending the fire with a water source. Fire must comply to Department of Natural Resources burning rules. Wind must be less than 9 miles per hour. Any fire may be ordered to be extinguished by either the Fire Department or the Police Department if it is determined to be a nuisance or not compliant with any of the rules in the ordinance or this permit.
Gina Gresch, MMC
W234N8676 Woodside Road
Lisbon, WI 53089
Phone: 262-246-6100 ext. 1003
As of Friday, April 3: Yesterday, Governor Evers extended the date to
return your Absentee Ballot until 4pm on Monday, April 13, so you have
time to send it back through the mail, but you can still drop it off at
Town Hall if you like.
Please use the drop box for your dog license renewals and compost site
passes. Licenses and passes will be mailed to you. The $2 compost pass
mailing fee is waived, as well as the dog license late fee, through the
end of April.