Wallace Lake Sanitary District

Wallace Lake

Wallace Lake Sanitary District
PO Box 31
West Bend, WI 53095

Wallace Lake Sanitary District Board Members:




Judy Mastenbrook

(Billing Contact)

Phone: (262) 338-6934

Email: wlsd@townoftrenton.wi.gov


Freddie Mertzig

Phone: (262) 483-4045


Fred Mayer


Wallace Lake

Wallace Lake is located in the Towns of Trenton and Barton, Washington County, Wisconsin. It is a spring-fed lake of glacial origin with a mean depth of 11 feet and maximum depth of 35 feet. Wallace Lake has a surface area of 51.7 acres and water volume of 558.1 acre-fee.

Wallace Lake Historical Documents:


History Photos

History Map


Boating Regulations

Wake Hours: 10:00 AM through 6:30 PM
Speed Limit: 30 mph
Direction: Counter-Clockwise

Buoys are strategically placed to protect our Fisheries & Swimmers. Please respect them!

All DNR and Federal Boating rules apply in addition to the rules above.

The public boat landing is located on the east end of the lake, at the end of River Road (parking is limited).

Please respect the Lake and the wildlife and dispose of all trash in a respectable manner.

The Wallace Lake Sanitary District holds its regular meetings at 7:00 PM on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at the Trenton Town Hall, 1071 Highway 33 East, West Bend, WI 53095. All meetings are open to the public.

  • Business Manager Dave Pautz: (414) 331-6398

The district holds its annual meeting and adopts the annual budget in the month of October.

An advisory committee was established in the early 1980s to allow special interest groups to develop and implement projects that benefit the quality of the lake for everyone. Through the volunteer efforts of property owners and people who frequent the lake, this committee has successfully implemented the following projects:

Weed Harvesting Program

Professional Survey of Submersed Aquatic Plants
Development of a Plan to control Eurasian Milfoil
Purchase of the first Weed Harvester
Implementation of a Harvesting Program
Ongoing Monitoring and Required Maintenance for the Program

Fish Management Program

Development of a Long Term Plan based on Professional Input
Fund Raising Campaign for Fish (Bass) Stocking Program
Development of a Regular Stocking Program (Walleye)

Water Quality Monitoring Program

This program needs to be re-established, please call if you are interested

Purple Loosestrife Control

Chemical Treatment to control the spread of Purple Loosestrife