Brush Collection and Wild Fire Preparedness

The Town of Spider Lake’s brush collection site is not yet ready to receive brush. An announcement will be made on the website as soon as the dates have been determined.


GOOD NEWS! The Roads Department has purchased a chipper that will be used to create mulch for Town residents use.


We are working closely with our DNR Wildland/Urban Interface Specialist Ben Garrett, to reduce the risk of wildland fires in our area. Funds from our Wildfire Risk Reduction grant are used to defray Town expenses for operating the machinery as well as to fund Home Ignition Zone assessments throughout the Town of Spider Lake. Stay tuned for information on FREE Home Ignition Zone Assessments, which will be offered throughout the summer and fall to property owners (Home owners are under no obligation to follow any recommendations that result from the home assessment.)


To view a short video on Wildfire Community Preparedness Day, Saturday, May 7, click here.