You might have COVID 19 if you have at least one of the following symptoms:

  • fever
  •  cough
  • loss of taste/smell
  • shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • sore throat, headache
  • fatigue
  • diarrhea
  • vomiting
  • nausea
  • chills
  • muscle aches.

If you have questions or immediate needs related to COVID-19, call 2-1-1 or text COVID19 to 211211.   For other testing locations visit:


From the US Census Bureau:
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, the Census Bureau has adjusted their operational timeline. As the State of Wisconsin begins to reopen, the Census Bureau is beginning to restart our field operations.

The U.S. Census Bureau, in coordination with federal, state and local health officials, will begin our Update/Leave Operation in Wisconsin this week. Census workers will begin to drop off 2020 Census questionnaire packets at front doors in areas where the majority of households do not receive mail at their physical address.


The Town of Amberg Community Center is close to the public until further notice due to the current guidelines issues by the federal and state governments over the Coronavirus Crisis.  The treasurer (715-759-5892) and assessor are available by telephone or email. The clerk is available during reduced hours in the office (call first 715-759-5095).

Please keep your distance: stay safe and  stay healthy–our community depends on you!


  • Update for Town of Amberg Garbage Pickup:

 For safety reasons GAD will no longer pickup any garbage that is not bagged even if it is in a garbage can. There is still a 35# weight limit per bag of garbage and a weekly limit of 5 bags per household according to the contract between the Town of AMBERG and GAD.  As always please have your garbage and recyclables out early. The winter schedule is still in effect with east and west sides of highway 141 being picked up alternately on Friday’s through Memorial Day. Garbage pickup will occur on Saturday during the weeks with the following holidays:  Memorial Day (May 27), July 4, and Labor Day (September 2).  The summer schedule will resume with weekly garbage pickup on both sides of highway 141 beginning on Friday May 29.


All Marinette and Menominee County EMS (rescue squads) are in Critical need of volunteers! 

Many of the agencies are running at critically low level of personnel and are in significant need of additional individuals to support the continued operation of services.  Without additional help some squads may be forced to combine services, resulting in ambulances responding from further away or convert to a career/paid operation increasing costs to the public. 

The Town of Amberg is served by Pembine-Dunbar-Beecher Rescue Squad and Wausaukee Rescue Squad.  In order to provide the quality service we expect please volunteer to become an vehicle driver, emergency medical responder, or EMT. You do not need to be an an EMR or EMT to join, drivers are always in need and training is provided for every role!

Requirements for becoming a member include: Reside in the area or be available on a routine basis; Be at least 17 years of age; Hold a valid driver’s license; complete a background screening process.

Time requirements: Work 2-3 shifts per month (6-8 hour block of time), and participate in monthly training and meetings.

If you want to learn more, request a ride along or apply to be a member please contact one of the following EMS Agencies:

Crivitz Rescue: Denise Busse@ 715-854-7666
Pembine-Dunbar-Beecher Rescue: Sandy Bayer @ 715-324-5656
Silver Cliff Rescue:  Anna Wender @ 715-757-2575 or Rianna Ventura @ 715-757-2442
Twin Bridge Rescue: Sharon Zak @ 715-927-7200
Wausaukee Rescue: Thomas Arthur @ 715-856-5035 or