Land & Water Management

Mission Statement

It is our mission to work with our community to improve land and water management practices to improve and preserve Ozaukee County's natural resources for generations to come. 

2018 Ozaukee County Clean Sweep Program

Saturday, May 12

The 2018 Ozaukee County Clean Sweep is an opportunity for residents, agricultural producers, and some businesses to properly dispose of hazardous waste and used tires.  The Land and Water Management Department has coordinated this Clean Sweep program, partnering with the Ozaukee County Highway Department and Veolia Environmental Services.

The drive-through collection makes this program simple and efficient for everyone.


A $20 pre-registration fee per vehicle is required for hazardous waste only.

Pre-registration is not necessary for used tires, but disposal fees apply and must be paid when the tires are dropped off.

General Information: Pay Online or Register by Mail with a Check   $20 per vehicle fee

Click here for Clean Sweep 2018-info/register

Hazardous Waste Items We WILL Accept / Some Items We WILL NOT Accept

Click here for Clean Sweep 2018-accepted items

Used Tires Pre-registration is Not Necessary / Disposal Fees Apply

Click here for Clean Sweep 2018-tires

Very Small Quantity Generator Businesses (VSQG)                                      Pre-register with Veolia / Veolia Will Calculate Cost

Click here for Clean Sweep 2018 - vsqg

waste collection


The Wisconsin Land and Water Conservation Camp (North Lakeland Discovery Center) is located in Manitowish Waters, WI.  This camp is for students entering 9-12 grade this coming school year.  Campers must be 17 years old or younger

The Ozaukee County Land and Water Management does offer two scholarships for interested children that wish to attend this conservation/environmental camp.  

An essay as to why they wish to attend camp is due May 18, 2018.  Please return this completed essay to Geoff Schramm 121 W Main Street  PO BOX 994 Port Washington, WI 53074

Registration is done online, click the below links for further information


Sand Lake Conservation Camp located in Marinette county is a great way for next Fall's 6-8 graders to learn about the environment and conservation efforts in Wisconsin.  This camp is scheduled for June 20th - June 22nd.

The Ozaukee county Land and Water Management offers two scholarships to send interested students to the camp.  Potential campers have to write a short essay as to why the wish to attend camp.  The essay and registration materials are due April 20, 2018.  Send all completed forms to Geoff Schramm 121 W Main Street PO BOX 994 Port Washington, WI 53074

Below are links for more detailed information 

St john 23 tree planing grade 4

St John 23rd 4th Grade Class learned about the importance of trees and how they better the environment.  Each student planted a small seedling to take home.