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Our Community

Weyauwega is a wonderful community to conduct business, escape to for a weekend or call home. 


Notice of Public Hearing on Comprehensive

Plan Update

Notice is hereby given that the City of Weyauwega will hold a public hearing on Thursday, August 15, 2024 at 6:00 pm at City Hall located at 109 E. Main Street in the City of Weyauwega, Wisconsin. The public hearing will be held to gather public input on the Draft City of Weyauwega Comprehensive Plan 2024 Update. The Comprehensive Plan will be a tool to manage short- and long-term development, redevelopment, and preservation. It will inform stakeholders, provide direction to developers, and guide decision-makers.


The 2024 Update is an addendum to, not a rewrite of, the 2007 plan. Intended to supplement the original text, it includes updated demographic data, a reexamination of plan elements, and a rewritten implementation chapter. Where a discrepancy exists between the goals, objectives, and policies of the two documents, it will be those of the 2024 Update which guide decision-making. The 2007 plan will be retained as a reference document.


The 2024 Update is available for review at City Hall or on the City of Weyauwega website, Oral testimony regarding the 2024 Update may be provided during the public hearing. Written testimony may be submitted via email to You may also mail testimony to, or drop off at:

City of Weyauwega

Attn: City Clerk

109 E. Main Street

PO Box 578

Weyauwega, WI 54983

 Complete First Draft of Comprehensive Plan - Public Hearing 

Becky Loehrke, Clerk

City of Weyauwega


The Weyauwega Swim Lake 

The Weyauwega Swim Lake located in the Maasch Community Park will open for the 2024 season on Wednesday, June 5, 2024. Open swim hours are Monday thru Thursday, 12:30 pm - 6:00 pm, Friday 12:30 pm – 7:00 pm and Saturday/Sunday from 11:00 am – 7:00 pm.


Swimming lessons are offered in the mornings Monday thru Friday for a half hour starting at either 11:00 am or 11:30 am. Evening swim lessons are held twice a week, either Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday from 6:15 pm – 7:00 pm.


 The first session of morning swimming lessons will be offered thru the Weyauwega-Fremont School District Summer School Program. Please contact the School District to sign up for morning lessons only from June 10-June 28. Times will vary.


Registration for all other lesson times and sessions will be done at the swim lake office before the start of each session.


Session 1 Lessons - Monday-Friday, June 10 to June 28

Session 2 Lessons - Monday-Friday, July 08 to July 26

Session 3 Lessons - Monday-Friday, July 29 to August 16


  • Level One-Introduction to Water Skills

  • Level Two-Fundamental Aquatic Skills

  • Level Three-Stroke Development

  • Level Four-Stroke Improvement

  • Level Five-Stroke Refinement

  • Level Six - Advance


The cost for lessons is $15 per person for city resident and $25 for non-city residents who have purchased a season pass, or $25 for city residents and $40 for non-city residents without a season pass.


Please Note: Each level has a maximum of 8 students per lesson time so please try to have a second choice in mind when registering in case the time you want is full. Additional classes may be opened if the need arises.





Season Passes and Day Passes


Season passes will be available at the swim lake during open swim hours.  The fees are as follows:

  •  Family plus one*…….$55 city resident, $65 non-city resident

  •  Adult (18 & older)…..$35 city resident, $40 non-city resident

  • Child……………………..$30 city resident, $35 non-city resident


Day Passes are:            City Resident - Non-City Resident

     Senior Citizen…………….…..$3                    $4

     Adult………………………...…….$4                    $5

     Child……………………..…….….$3                    $4


*Family pass plus one includes immediate family under 18 living in the same household and one other person such as a babysitter, grandparent, etc. *  If you have any questions about dates, requirements, or anything else you may call the Swim Lake at (920) 867-2555 starting June 5th or City Hall at (920) 867-2630.

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