Public Notice of Discharge

Public Notice to all residents of the Village of Paddock Lake

Please be informed that due to the heavy rains the Village of Paddock Lake experienced two discharges through the manhole covers on July 12, 2017. One discharge from manhole at 248th Ave and 72nd St discharged into Paddock Lake, the other from manhole at 239th and 62nd Street discharged into Brighton Creek.  The Wastewater Treatment Plant operated as designed and the discharges happened due to a large amount of rainfall in a short amount of time.

Notice per NR210.23(4)(f)

Dog Licenses

REMINDER:  Dog licenses expire on December 31, 2016.  All dogs over the age of 5 months are required to be licensed by Wisconsin State Law. The fee is $5 for spayed or neutered dogs and $11 for non- spayed or neutered dogs.  There is a $10 late fee after March 31, 2017.

Emerald Ash Borer INFORMATION

Please click on the removal assistance program link to get information on the Village Ash Tree Removal Assistance Program.

removal assistance program



Credit card payments

The Village of Paddock Lake currently does not accept credit card payments in the office.  If you wish to pay your utility bill or citation with a credit card, you can do so through Official Payments. Official Payments or call 1-800-272-9829.  The jurisdiction code for the Village is 6782

Safe Swimming on Paddock Lake

During the swimming season, the Village of Paddock Lake monitor’s Paddock Lake beaches for potential health risks.  Village and County Staff does this by retrieving water samples from the four swimming areas on Paddock Lake.  These samples are then tested for fecal coliform. Fecal coliform is only an indicator of health risk. The higher the fecal count the higher potential the water also contains pathogens that can cause illness. Testing frequency – The beaches are tested weekly Standards for posting warnings – If fecal coliform bacteria counts exceed 300 the swim area is posted “Warning swim at your own risk”.  If fecal colifer bacteria counts exceed 1,000 the swim area is CLOSED.

Test results for the week of August 21, 2017: North Shore Association beach = 13, Paddock/Hooker Lake Association = 166Hoag Park (238th Ave) = CAUTION 770, Old Settlers (Kenosha County Park) =5