Community & Current Events

Community & Current Events

Community & Current Events

Spring is WILDFIRE Season in Wisconsin –

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) needs your help spreading critical fire safety messaging across the state today and throughout this spring. The DNR is anticipating an extended wildfire season due to lack of measurable snow or rain over the winter months. We’re asking you as your community’s representatives to assist in communicating this important safety reminder that fire danger is HIGH for nearly all of Wisconsin today, March 21. Very low humidity is in the forecast but with lighter winds and cooler temperatures today. Wildfires can still start due to the dry vegetation. Many local municipalities are also suspending burning due to the elevated fire conditions. Already this week, 60 wildfires have burned more than 100 acres across the state. Several of these fires resulting from illegal debris burning, hot ashes disposed improperly from fireplaces due to cooler temperatures and structure fires close to dry vegetation.

Please encourage your constituents to always check fire danger and burn restrictions before burning, as conditions change daily.
Thanks for spreading the word however you’re able and helping keep your constituents and communities safe!


Medical Emergencies are handled by ambulance services provided by County Rescue Services. This is a volunteer EMT service located in Suamico, Wisconsin just off Highway 41 at the County Road B interchange. Helicopter rescue is also available for extremely critical situations. The nearest hospitals, clinics, and medical facilities are located in Oconto, Oconto Falls, and Green Bay.


The Abrams Elementary School serves the needs of several communities in the Abrams area, including Little Suamico, and Oconto Falls. The school covers kindergarten through fifth grade and has an enrollment of approximately 300 students.

Address: 3000 Elm St, Abrams, WI 54101
Phone: (920) 826-5819


Along with the Community Park, which has three baseball diamonds; Abrams is the southern gateway to the Machickanee Forest that offers a variety of outdoor activity opportunities. There are also two golf courses that offer 27 holes with rolling hills, wooded surroundings, and several river crossings.