Wolverine Lake was created in the 1920s through a private damming and inundation project funded by local dentist and developer Howard Stuart. Wolverine Lake was created from six small lakes; Spring, Mayie, Pork Barrel, Bickling, Taylor and Bradley, all surrounded by marsh land. The idea to build a dam came to Dr. Stuart one spring day in 1914 while out walking along the culvert that crossed the road where the dam is now...
Yard waste collection through GFL Environmental will begin Monday, April 5, 2021 and will end the last Monday in November.
Use brown paper compost bags or cans clearly marked as yard waste. Cans cannot be larger than 32 gallons. Bags or cans must not exceed 50 pounds.
Branches must not exceed 4 feet in length and 2 inches in diameter and must be in a tied bundled or placed in brown paper compost bags or cans marked as yard waste.Yard waste DOES NOT include sod, pet waste, dirt, rocks or logs over 2 inches in diameter. Autism Training For The Village Police Department The Village of Wolverine Lake Police Department has begun training to learn more about those with Autism. Click Here for complete details. Village Hall Open By Appointment Only Village Hall Is Open To The Public BY APPOINTMENT ONLY until further notice. Click Here For Complete Details. Parks and Recreation Master Plan Updates To view the updated Parks and Recreation Master Plan click here. Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
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