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During normal working hours contact the Department of Health and Human services at 920-834-7000 and ask for the Family Services Intake Worker. If it is after hours, contact your local law enforcement agency.
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Obtain information from the County Clerk's Office or find the forms online.
Wisconsin State Department of Transportation (WISDOT) representatives are in the City of Oconto on Tuesday and Thursday (7 am to 5 pm) at 1008 Pecor Street. Phone 800-924-3570 or go to WISDOT (Limited access for persons with a disability).
Contact your local Town, Village or City Official.
Telephone: 800-772-1213 Social Security Website
If you are court-ordered to have an Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) assessment, you must be assessed in the county that you live in. If you live in Oconto County, you would come to the Oconto County Health and Human Services to register for the assessment. Registration consists of paying the $240 assessment fee in full before you will be given an appointment. You will also be asked to complete a questionnaire about your alcohol and drug use. When you come to your appointment, you must bring a copy of the arrest report with you. You must also bring an adult family member. At the assessment, a driver safety plan will be developed based on your needs. The plan could range from a minimum of educational classes to alcohol and drug treatment.
Call 920-834-7000 and ask for the Clinical Intake Worker.
Oconto County Platbooks may be purchased from the County Clerk's office at the Oconto County Courthouse.
Order forms are available online.
Boat launch stickers may be purchased one of three ways:
Firewood permits are restricted to residents and/or landowners of Oconto County. Firewood taken is for personal use only and is not to be sold. Call 920-834-6995 for site locations.
Wisconsin Statute Chapter 26.03 requires that all persons must file a cutting notice with the County Clerk prior to cutting any logs, poles, posts, pulpwood, Christmas trees, or other forest products from any privately owned forest land in Wisconsin. A cutting notice is not required for cutting fuelwood for personal home use, when clearing land for agricultural use or for cutting up to 5 Christmas trees on your property for your own use. The primary reason for this requirement is to ensure that all property taxes are up-to-date and paid in full before harvesting begins. The law also helps protect private woodlands from destructive harvesting practices. Cutting notice permit forms may be obtained by mail from the County Clerk's office or from the Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Each cutting notice filed is valid through December 31 of the year it was issued. Information needed to complete the permit includes description, section, township and range, land owner and logger's name and address. The County Clerk submits each cutting notice to the County Treasurer to determine if there are any unpaid taxes on the land. When permits are completed, they are returned to the applicant and copies are provided to Town Chairpersons and the area DNR Forester.
The Notice of Timber Cutting Form can be found online.