Plan Commission Meeting

          July 5, 2021 ~ 6:30 p.m.

Wanted: 

Part-Time Help

The Town of Oulu is accepting applications for part-time help. Applicants should meet the following qualifications: 1) hold a valid CDL or able to receive one, 2) be able to follow written and verbal directions, 3) be able to perform heavy physical tasks under varying working conditions, 4) have experience in the operation of trucks, equipment and small power tools, 5) be able to work on short notice.

To apply, please submit a letter of application and resume or a letter of interest detailing work history to:  Diana Reijo, Clerk, Town of Oulu, 71530 Hoover Line Road, Iron River, WI 54847.

Position open until filled.

The Town of Oulu is an

Equal Opportunity Employer

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Town Board Meeting

Wednesday, June 9, 2021 - 6:45 p.m.
at the town hall

Bills will reviewed - 6:30 p.m.

 

 

Town Official Directory

Chair:

Jon Hamilton - 715-292-2362 

     6100 Lauste Rd, Iron River, WI 54847

     Email: joninoulu@gmail.com

Supervisors:

Tim Ciembronowicz - 715-813-7194

     72825 Co Hwy B, Iron River, WI 54847

     Email: timciembronowicz@gmail.com

Ed Burhans - 715-372-8748

     5580 Bayfield Line Rd, Iron River, WI 54847

     Email: eddieinoulu@gmail.com

Clerk:

Diana Reijo - 715-372-4507

     71530 Hoover Line Rd, Iron River, WI 54847

     Email: townofoulu@gmail.com

Treasurer:

Margie Lahti - 715-372-8870

     4060 Eastview Rd, Iron River, WI 54847     

     Email: marjoulu@cheqnet.net

Gravel Information

Town residents may purchase gravel from Germano Trusty Trucking (715 372 4029) at the town price of $15.37cy

   

Discover Oulu!

From the beginning in 1904, when the Town of Oulu was established, the people have been a close knit group with strong support for their community, church, youth and each other. They are known for their strong work ethic and Sisu! Oulu was heavily influenced by Finnish ancestors. Over the years, that influence has been changed with non-Finnish residents and their descendants, making Oulu a family friendly community for everyone.

In ones lifetime the Town of Oulu has been transformed from a farming community to what one might call a commuting town. People now commute to larger communities for employment.

Oulu is located in close proximity to ATV, snowmobile, cross country trails, and down hill skiing. Within it's boundaries, Oulu boasts of a number of fishing streams and is only two miles from the famous Brule River and six miles from Lake Superior. Oulu has a beautiful park with a playground, basketball court, volleyball area, baseball fields and a pavilion. Oulu offers many activities for their youth, such as the Gitchee Gumee 4-H Club, Oulu Community Theater, Youth baseball and numerous local church youth groups.

Oulu is one of Bayfield County's best kept secrets.

It's here for you to discover!