N1195 Hwy 40
Big Bend Recycling Site
Saturday (4/1 - 10/31) 8 am - Noon
Recycling and garbage collection are on the second and fourth Saturdays from November through March; every Saturday from April through October. Hours are 8 a.m. until noon.
The recycling site is located at the Big Bend Town Hall just south of the junction of CTH D and Hwy 40.
What can I recycle at the Big Bend Site?
Recycling is FREE, garbage is $1.75 per bag up to 13 gallons, $3.25 per bag from 14-32 gallons or $5.00 for the larger lawn and leaf bags.
Anyone can bring garbage to the Town of Big Bend site as long as they pay the required amount.
Rusk County started the Comprehensive Planning Process mid 2008. The County's Committee on Committees was designated as the committee charged with developing the Plan in accordance with Wisconsin's Comprehensive Planning Law (s. 66.1001).
An information meeting/open house was held on November 18, and public hearings on December 8 and 15, with adoption of the plan at the County Board meeting on December 15, 2010.
8. Land Use
Questions and comments regarding the Comprehensive Plan can be addressed to Andy Albarado via fax 715-532-2272 or email email@example.com
April 27, 2011
October 10, 2011
April 9, 2012
October 8, 2012
December 10, 2012
April 8, 2013 - Timber Sale
May 13, 2013 - Timber Sale
October 14, 2013 - Timber Sale
November 11, 2013 - Timber Sale
The Register of Deeds Office is open to Genealogy Researchers during our regular business hours of 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M., Monday thru Friday. An Application must be signed with proof of identity for all searches. It is NOT necessary to make an appointment to search our records.
The Subdivision Control Ordinance regulates the division of land within all unincorporated areas of Rusk County in order to provide safe and orderly land divisions. It applies to all divisions of land less than 10 acres. Surveys are required for these divisions. Provisions are made for minimum lot sizes, access roads and other concerns such as floodplain, wetlands and topography.
To see Rusk County’s parcel maps on the web go to Rusk County GIS Information
Use this map as a reference to determinate the minimum distance required for various applications. This map is not all inclusive. For more complete regulation requirements consult the Rusk County Zoning Ordinances or the Rusk County Zoning Office. The map can be downloaded as a WORD (.doc) document or as a Adobe Acrobat file (.pdf)
Floodplain is the land which has been or may be covered by floodwater during a regional flood - which is a flood that has a 1% chance of occurring in any given year. The Rusk County Floodplain Zoning Ordinance is designed to protect life, health and property. Other purposes of the ordinance include the need to minimize rescue and relief efforts, business interruptions, damage to public facilities and expenditures of public moneys for costly flood control projects. It also discourages the victimization of unwary land and home buyers and prevents increases in regional flood heights that could increase flood damage on other properties. Permits are required for all development in floodplain. Landowners who wish to develop in these areas may be required to complete surveying and/or engineering in order to determine site specific elevations and/or base flood elevations in areas that do not have detailed studies.
Flood insurance is a requirement of most lenders for properties in floodplain. This is NOT a requirement of the Rusk County Zoning Office. Rusk County was reinstated into the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) in August of 2012.
For information on doing a Letter of Map Amendment (LOMA) for removal from a floodplain for insurance requirements go to LOMA information from FEMA
If a structure is not in the mapped floodplain, but you have received a letter from your lender, you may be able to do a LOMA - OAS or "Out As Shown" (pdf)
For information on NFIP insurance grandfathering: NFIP Grandfather Rules
Floodplain maps are available here: FEMA Floodplain Maps Online
Floodplain and wetland maps can also be viewed on DNR Water Surface Viewer
Hard copies of the floodplain maps can also be viewed at the Rusk County Zoning Office.