Notice of Culvert work on 29th Ave. (Waldo Carlson Park)
We are scheduling the culvert pipe work on 29th Ave., (Waldo Carlson Park) for Monday October 21 and Tuesday October 22, (Weather permitting). It is anticipated that we will close the road each day at 7am and it will be opened again for traffic around 4 pm. Obviously when the road is closed, there is no way for access/egress for those that live back there. Any questions feel free to contact the town shop at 715-234-3817 or 715-296-3182 Or the Barron County Highway Dept. 715-418-0677
Notice To Cedar Lake Town residents who had a P.O. Box at the Mikana Store
As you know the mail service has been removed from the Mikana Store. Until further notice mail can be picked up from the Birchwood Post Office with a picture Identification. A discussion was held at the last town meeting concerning mail delivery to all those in town who don't receive rural route delivery. Going forward the only option available will be an exterior location where a bank of five standing boxes will be installed where mail can be picked up. (picture below) Negotiations with the post office are on going, will post more information as specifics becomes available.
Electors needed for Special Town Meeting Monday, September 9, 2019
THE BIRCHWOOD FOUR CORNERS EMERGENCY SERVICES DISTRICT HAS RECEIVED A $500,000 MATCHING GRANT FROM DAVID & CAROLYN CLEVELAND FOR A NEW BUILDING TO STORE AND MAINTAIN THE DISTRICT’S FIRE PROTECTION AND AMBULANCE SERVICES EQUIPMENT THE TOWN OF CEDAR LAKE WILL HAVE A SPECIAL TOWN MEETING MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2019 AT 6:30 PM. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- THE PURPOSE WILL BE FOR THE AUTHORIZED VOTERS OF CEDAR LAKE TO PASS A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE TOWN OF CEDAR LAKE TO ASSIST IN FINANCING THE NEW FACILITY AND TO AUTHORIZE THE TOWN TO ENTER INTO A PROMISSORY NOTE FOR THE TOWN’S SHARE OF THE COST OF THE NEW FACILITY. FIRE CHIEF Ken George says, “The new building provides many benefits, but the major benefit would be the safety of our firefighters.” Ambulance Service Director Don Bergstrom Jr. adds, “The new building is important for the ambulance service to continue to be a functioning part of...
29th Ave./Park Road Reopens!
Thanks to the hard work of our Town Patrolman Scott Walters and Barron County officials, Park road has been reopened effective immediately. The failed culvert was replaced temporarily until a new one can be procured.
TOWN ROAD CLOSURES
A culvert failed on 29th Ave/Park Road causing a washout that forced the road to be closed until further notice. This was a major washout that will require major construction to open the road to traffic. There is a pedestrian bridge installed so that home owners can get in and out. Barron County officials are assessing the damage and will start repairs as soon as water recedes enough to make the repairs. Also Gateshead Road/28 1/16th ave is closed until further notice between Kingston 26 9/16 St. and Brunswick 26th 5/8th St. because of culvert failure undermining the blacktop. The swamp road remains closed due to condition. Check the website daily for any updates.
Town Road Bans
According to Scott Walters, Town Patrolman- Road Bans will be lifted May 10th, Friday. The Swamp road will remain closed until further notice.
Swamp Road Closed Until further Notice
Due to frost boils coming out of the gravel, the Swamp road will be closed to all traffic. This is being done to stop further damage done by heavy vehicles. Please make route changes that will allow the road to dry out. We will post a notice when the road reopens.
Cedar Lake Ladies lend a helping "foot"
After the Town Caucus this past Saturday, the Cedar Lake Ladies group donated new rubber guards for the feet of all the folding chairs for the town hall. This will help tremendously in preventing wear and tear on the wood floor. Other town residents also stayed after the meeting to help put them on. ]]>
Barron County Outdoor Recreation Survey
Barron County is updating its Outdoor Recreation Plan, focusing on county owned facilities. As a part of the process, we have created a survey to identify potential future improvements and gauge the usage of existing facilities. Please click the link at your earliest convenience to take the 5-10 minute survey that will close on January 25, 2019. Barron County Outdoor Recreation Survey Your responses to this short survey will help us understand how you use our recreational facilities along with potential opportunities in the future. Please forward to any local groups you feel would be interested in participating. We appreciate your time and welcome any additional comments or feedback to: Steve Olson Maintenance Superintendent Tel 715-537-6385 email@example.com]]>