WELCOME TO THE OKAUCHEE LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT HOME PAGE
To view the most recent Lake Level Reports, click on the “Reports” page.
OLMD is now taking applications for the fall weed harvesting and pier clean-up crew. Applicants must be at
least 18 years old, hardworking, and able to handle all types of weather.
Call 262-966-0286 for an interview and leave a message including your contact information.
The OLMD has a 1986 Ford Dump Truck for sale:
• Single Axle, 9-speed dump truck with 280,005 miles including new front tires, new radiator, new injection
pump, new front springs and a Cummings engine.
• Has rebuilt ram tor the dump box and also has a box in very good condition on it.
• Never been used for plowing and stored inside for winters!
• Asking $10,000 OBO. Please call 262-966-0286 and leave a message.
As you may be aware, Starry Stonewort, a macroalga invasive species, has been found in area lakes. The OLMD is asking for your help in keeping it out of Okauchee Lake. There are several things you can do to keep it out of Okauchee Lake waterways.
1) Please look for this invasive species in the lake. It can often be found near boat launch sites.
2) Please thoroughly inspect and clean your boat, watercrafts and trailer if you have been in Little Muskego Lake, Big Muskego Lake and Long Lake in Racine County recently.
3) Learn about Starry Stonewort. Public education and prevention is critical to keeping this plant out of Okauchee Lake!
Please visit the following link to the DNR website for identification information: http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/invasives/fact/starrystonewort.html
Identification information on Starry Stonewort can also be found on the “Reports” page of this website. Contact the DNR or the OLMD if you believe you have spotted Starry Stonewort.
Waukesha County AIS staff has been busy in the month of August! They have been working with the Southeastern Regional Plan Commission to create a strategic plan to combat AIS in Waukesha County. Information on Japanese Knotweed, an AIS at the shoreline, can be found in the newsletter along with thanks to special volunteers on Silver Lake for taking part in the Clean Boats Clean Waters Program. Also the AIS team will be featured in 2018 episodes of “OUTDOOR WISCONSIN!” Stay tuned! Each newsletter is available to you by visiting the Waukesha County AIS webpage at www.waukeshacounty.gov/AIS.
In recent weeks, Okauchee Lake residents have reported items being removed from their shoreline, boat lifts and boats without permission. Consider taking items of value off your boat, lift and shoreline to prevent thefts from happening. Please be aware and if you see something, say something! Call “911” or the Town Police if you see theft occurring in your area.