Springville Pond Management Committee

springville pond (JPG)


  • Schedule as needed
  • Plover Municipal Center Board Room
        2400 Post Road
        Plover, WI  54467

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings, Minutes are available following approval.

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  • Adam Raabe, Chairperson
    Term expires: April 2024
    Phone: 715-570-2516
  • Sherri Galle-Teske
    Term expires: April 2024
    Phone: 715-341-7940
  • Mike Kochinski
    Term expires: April 2024
    Phone: 715-341-3791
  • Jason Nafe
    Term expires: April 2024
    Phone: 715-498-4282
  • Michael Hom
    Term expires: April 2026
    Phone: 612-327-7733
  • Gary Wolf
    Term expires: April 2023
    Phone: 715-340-3745
  • Kristina Smith
    Term expires: April 2026
    Phone: unknown


The Springville Pond Management Committee consists of seven members, including the Chairperson of the Public Works Committee, one Trustee of the Village Board and five property owners whose parcels abut Springville Pond appointed by the Village President for staggered five-year terms and confirmed by the Village Board. The Springville Pond Management Committee shall make recommendations to the Public Works Committee for cost-effective pond management in Springville Pond.

Springville Pond is an 18-acre impoundment of the Little Plover River located in the Village of Plover, Portage County, Wisconsin. It has a maximum depth of 12 feet. The pond bottom consists primarily of sand with some silt. The lower end of the pond has been dredged, while the upper end has not; therefore, the upper end has muck overlaying the sandy substrate. During most years, the Little Plover River is navigable above and below the dam on Springville Pond; however, in more recent years the Little Plover River has been de-watered. There is public access owned and managed by the Village of Plover on the southern shore, which has carry-in boat access. Those who use and enjoy the pond value it for its natural beauty, peace and tranquility, wildlife viewing, and quiet recreational opportunities including walking, fishing, picnicking and canoeing/kayaking.

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