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How do I contact my local DNR?

How do I contact my local DNR?

Call us: 651-296-6157 or 888-MINNDNR (646-6367) Information center phone and email hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday.

How do I contact Wisconsin DNR?

Contact a Customer Service Representative for general questions seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. at 1-888-936-7463.

Are Wisconsin DNR offices open now?

Hunting and fishing Licenses are available for sale 24 hours a day through the DNR’s online license portal Go Wild at: or at agent locations throughout the state. DNR Service Centers at the following locations are currently open 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Can you hunt on Wisconsin DNR land?

Hunting is allowed on most department lands and may occur any day of the year and at all hours of the day and night. To determine if hunting is allowed on a property, please consult the hunting regulations, property webpage, property signage or contact the department at 1-888-936-7463.

Who is head of MN DNR?

Sarah Strommen
Sarah Strommen, 46, is the first woman to be appointed Minnesota’s DNR commissioner. Sarah Strommen stands proudly in a small fishing boat, a grin on her face, holding the biggest walleye of the day in her outstretched hands.

What is DNR phone number?

For general questions related to DNR law enforcement topics, call 517-284-6000 or email [email protected] Locate a conservation officer in your area at locate a conservation officer. Replace your recreational safety certificate using the duplicate safety education certificate online form.

Who is in charge of the Wisconsin DNR?

Secretary Preston Cole
Preston D. Tony Evers in 2019, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Secretary Preston Cole directs statewide programs for environmental protection, natural resource management, outdoor recreation and law enforcement with an emphasis on diversity and service excellence.

Can you have a fire in Wisconsin right now?

Wisconsin regulations generally prohibit open burning due to the associated health and environmental impacts. There are some exceptions for certain activities. Use the “Can I burn” tool to answer a set of guided questions and find out whether you can burn.

Can you shoot a deer from your house in Wisconsin?

A. Both the hunter and the deer must be located on private property. A hunter with a private land harvest authorization cannot shoot a deer standing on public lands even if he/she is standing on private land. Q.

Where is the best hunting in Wisconsin?

Two hours north of those lands, you’ll find what’s often considered Wisconsin’s – and America’s – premier deer hunting county: Buffalo County. Don’t let its name fool you; Buffalo County is all about the deer and has been ranked by Boone & Crocket as United States’ top county for trophy white-tails.

Where is the assessor’s office in Waukesha WI located?

If you would like to have the Assessor’s Office review your assessment for 2022, you can provide information (appraisal, market analysis, listing contract, comparable sales or assessments, repair estimates) to our office by mail to the Assessor’s Office, 201 Delafield St., Rm. 350, Waukesha WI 53188 or by email to [email protected]

How to contact Waukesha County tax listing questions?

If you still have tax listing questions, contact: [email protected] If you still have GIS Viewer questions, contact: [email protected]

What’s the mission of the Waukesha County Treasurer?

The mission of the County Treasurer’s Office is to provide efficient, courteous service and maintain accurate records, while upholding the fiduciary and statutory responsibilities required of the office.

Where does Waukesha County get its data from?

This program accesses data from databases maintained by several County Departments and Local Municipalities. There may be inconsistencies in data depending on the date the information was gathered or the purpose for which it is maintained. Due to variances in sources and update cycles, there is no guarantee as to the accuracy of the data.