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Welcome to Rusk County


Take a hike in the Blue Hills: you'll enjoy the Perch Lake Nature Trail, the Ice-Age Trail or the hardwood trails. A forested, glaciated area, waterfalls are hidden in the woods, and deer inhabit the area. Take a boat ride on any of our clean, clear lakes. Get the fishing tackle out: bass, panfish, walleye, musky, northern, or bullheads are waiting to bite. Good trout fishing is to be had in well-stocked streams. Picnic at Memorial Park or O.J. Falge Park in Ladysmith, or enjoy the county and city parks at Bruce, Hawkins, Sheldon, Perch Lake, Audie Lake or Josie Creek. Swimming, boat ramps, barbecue grills, tennis, volleyball, horseshoe, golf and baseball games are available. Whitewater canoeing is a great sport on the Flambeau River, while the Chippewa provides a quieter ride with beautiful scenery - again, the Rusk County fishing is great! Hundreds of miles of snowmobile and cross country ski trails criss-cross the county, and an excellent ski hill offers the highest vertical run in the north.


Rusk County, WI Tourism

Rusk County Development
Aging and Disability Resource Center
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WI DNR Storm Demolition Debris Management Information – Rusk, Barron & Polk Counties

WI DNR Storm Demolition Debris Management Information – Rusk, Barron & Polk Counties


Demolition Debris Management Information

Additional Demolition Debris Management Information

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Rusk County EMS Sustainability Assessment – SafeTech Solutions – May 2017

Rusk County EMS Sustainability Assessment by SafeTech Solutions – May 2017

Rusk County WI Presentation

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Rusk County Job Opportunities

Rusk County Job Opportunities


There are no current job opportunities.


Rusk County is an equal opportunity employer.

www.ruskcounty.org/job-opportunities/

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2017 Tree Sale

It’s that time of year again!  We are selling trees through Rusk County Land Conservation.  This year, we have a couple of different varieties of Plum Trees and Apple Trees.  Please fill out the form and mail it back to us along with a check written out to Rusk County Land Conservation.  An email will be sent to you when they will need to be picked up at the Rusk County Fairgrounds.  This should be sometime near the end of April or beginning of May.

The 2017 Rusk County Tree Sale has begun.  Here is the current list of available trees:  2017 Tree Sale Brochure

Tree Presentation 2017

If you would like to purchase any tree or have any questions/comments regarding our tree sale, please contact Colleen Schott at 715-532-2162.

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2017 Rusk County Final Approved Budget

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2016/2017 Energy Assistance Information

Click the link below to download your checklist and application.

2017 Home Energy Checklist and 2017 WHEAP Application

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Rusk County Direct Land Sale List

Visit the Rusk County’s Land Sale page for complete information on available properties.

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NEW 2015-16 Rusk County Directories

The new 2015-2016 Rusk County Directories are now available for purchase in the County Clerk’s Office for $2.

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NWRPC – Housing Funds Available

Clicks the links below for information about Housing Assistance Funds in Rusk County:

Information Sheet for Regional Housing.pdf

www.nwrpc.com/index.aspx

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Affordable Health Care Information

The Affordable Care Act puts consumers back in charge of their health care. Under the law, a new “Patient’s Bill of Rights” gives the American people the stability and flexibility they need to make informed choices about their health.

With a “no wrong door” approach, an individual or family can determine what type of insurance they can receive: •BadgerCare+ •Private plans with tax credits •Catastrophic plans

The Marketplace is a place people can go to compare insurance plans and determine what additional services beyond the essential health benefits they may want or need.

To learn more, please visit:

www.youtube.com/user/HealthCareGov/videos

www.kaiserhealthnews.org/

How Do I Get Health Insurance.pdf