Chute Pond/Chute Lake

Welcome to the Home Page of Chute Lake, commonly called Chute Pond, a 422 acre flowage of the Oconto River, located in the Town of Mountain, in Oconto County, WI.

 This site is designed to provide information to those living in and visiting the area. We hope you will take the time to go through the site and learn about our efforts to protect it.

We are in need of Aquatic Plant Harvester Operators

Duties to include but not limited to:

  • Operate the Harvester

  • Load and transport the weeds to a designated drop off location

  • Some heavy lifting required

  • Other related duties

  • Must have a valid driver’s license and insurable

  • Must be comfortable working in and around water

  • Must be willing to work hours as needed

Please send qualifications to:

Chute Lake Protection and Rehabilitation District #1

 P.O. Box 184

Mountain, WI 54149

or Email to:

HarvestManager@ChutePond.org

What's Next?

Notice of Chute Lake Protection and Rehabilitation District Meeting

Town of Mountain Fire Department, Mountain, Wisconsin

Details Below:

 

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