Delavan Lake Sanitary District....Serving the Residents of the Delavan Lake Area

The Delavan Lake Sanitary District was created in 1969 to operate and maintain a wastewater collection system serving properties adjacent to and surrounding Delavan Lake. Since 1997 the District has been responsible for the Aquatic Plant Management Program for Delavan Lake as well as various lake monitoring projects and studies in cooperation with Wisconsin DNR and USGS. Since 1995 DLSD has assisted the Town of Delavan in the monitoring lake levels and operation of the Delavan Lake (Borg) Dam facilities.

 

 

Upcoming Events

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Free Webinar - Take Action to Keep Our Lakes Healthy

3/4/2021

A free webinar "Take Action to Keep Our Lakes Healthy" will be presented on Thursday, March 4th at 6-7pm.  The webinar will go over identification of lesser celandine with instructions on how to report sightings.  Two other species, Japanese knotweed and...

Regular Monthly Board Meeting Reminder

3/10/2021

Just a friendly reminder - Delavan Lake Sanitary District Board Meetings are held monthly! The public is always welcome!  At this time meetings may be held via teleconference.  Should this be necessary, Instructions will be provided if you wish to join the...

Recent News

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FISH KILL IS COMMON DURING THE SPRING THAW

2/26/2021

As the season changes from Winter to Spring it can be common for fish kills to happen.  Winter kill is the most common type of fish kill.  Lakes with excessive aquatic vegetation and soft bottoms are prone to experiencing this problem as deep snow on the...

REBUILD OF LIFT STATION #3A INFORMATION

1/7/2021

The vault is approximately 85% complete.  Contractors will be working on the vault hatch in the coming week as well as backfilling around the vault area.

12/04/2020

Contractors will be constructing the new concrete vault for the next 2 to 3...

SEASONAL HELP WANTED FOR SPRING/SUMMER 2021

1/6/2021

Weed Harvesters for Delavan Lake, 40 hours per week (approx. 1000 hours of seasonal work).  No experience necessary, starting pay $12.00 per hour.  Must be 18 years or older, hold a valid driver's license and willing to obtain a valid boater safety...