LANGLADE COUNTY LAND RECORDS 
& REGULATIONS DEPARTMENT

Duane Haakenson - Director

(715)627-6206 - phone
(715) 627-6281 - Fax
Resource Center
837 Clermont Street
Antigo, WI 54409

Office Hours:  Monday-Friday 8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M
Summer Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M

Duane Haakenson - Director
Questions on septic systems, sanitary permits, soil tests, shoreland restoration, and real property.
E-mail Duane 

Jeff McKinney -  Code Administrator
Questions on permits, rural addressing, zoning regulations, property inspections, septic systems, and non-metallic mining
E-mail Jeff

David Tlusty -  County Surveyor/Land Records Coordinator
Questions on county surveying and general surveying.
E-mail Dave

Amy Meeks - Real Property Lister
Questions re: real property, county parcel mapping and county maps.
E-mail Amy

Dana Kryka - Department Deputy
General questions on zoning & sanitary regulations, permits, real property listing.
E-mail Dana               

Jamie Musolff - Department Deputy
General questions on zoning & sanitary regulations, permits, real property listing.
E-mail Jamie 

Molly McKay - Assistant Code Administrator/Land Conservation Technician
Questions on shoreland zoning, protection, and restoration, native plants, permits, site inspections, land and water conservation programs.
E-mail Molly 

Welcome to the Langlade County Land Records & Regulations Department. This web page contains the minimum requirements and information and is subject to change. Please contact the Department prior to building and/or developing to obtain the most current information and required permits. Our office hours are 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday.

The Land Records and Regulations Department provides zoning, sanitary, land division, and real property listing information. The County Surveyor is also located within this department. This office issues zoning, sanitary and other permits which are required by the County’s zoning, shoreland, private sewage system, subdivision and nonmetallic mining ordinances. We also have parcel maps and information and survey records. 

We hope this web page provides you with the resources you need to become familiar with our “northwoods” county. We welcome any comments and suggestions!