- Lake use guidelines (PDF)
have been voted on and approved by a majority of the members of Diamond
Lakers. These are the "common sense" guides for living on
and using the lake that will minimize our disturbance to each other,
to the wildlife, and which will preserve the qualities of Diamond Lake
we all enjoy. Related documents pertaining to State and County regulations
on boating, lighting, an shoreland zoning may be accessed below.
- **New** The Bayfield County
Lakes Forum had a recent meeting discussing the use of floatplanes
on county lakes. The following document was submitted to the Bayfield
County Board of Supervisors summarizing the comments received and the
Forum's position on this issue (PDF).
- Short form of the state of Wisconsin boating regulations for motor boats and personal
- View and download the complete 2011 Handbook of Wisconsin Boating Laws and Responsibilities from the DNR website (here).
- Bayfield County has created a Shoreland Lighting Ordinance
to minimize light pollution in areas around lakes to help preserve the
beauty of the night time sky.
- The State of Wisconsin DNR is in the process of revising the Shoreland
Wetland Zoning statute, NR 115. A draft of the proposed revisions
is here (PDF).
Other information about shoreland zoning can be found on the DNR Shoreland
Amanita muscaria beneath the tall Hemlocks of
Diamond Lake. Photo P. Jacobel