The Clerk's Office is open to the public on Mondays and Tuesdays 8-2, other days by appointment.
The 2021 Comprehensive Plan draft is available for public viewing and input: please click HERE to read the draft. This plan is prepared once every ten years and is a projection for the next 10-20 years of planning for the development of the Town of Draper. A variety of interesting information is contained within the plan, including local statistics, maps, wildlife inventories, historical information, and comparisons to other towns in Sawyer County and across the state. A public hearing to review the plan will be held at the town board meeting on July 12, at 5:00 p.m. prior to adoption by the Town Board.
July is Cabin Cleanout Month at the Draper Dump- watch for a list of acceptable items and price schedule coming soon. Items that will not be accepted are tires and tvs and hazardous waste.
The Draper Public School Forest Campground is open! 2021 rates are $25 per night/$125 per week/ $1800 seasonal.
Garbage Drop Off Site Policy: When you go- please observe the new rules- one at a time, stay in your vehicle, sign in, and let the attendant assist you and check what you are throwing in the recycle dumpster. Please follow the Waste Management rules for recycling- no plastic bags allowed in the recycling- there is a video camera on the back of the trucks that captures plastic bags going into the trucks and they fine us! WHAT IS RECYCLABLE
Draper is a town in Sawyer County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 209 at the 2018 census. The unincorporated communities of Draper, Loretta, and Oxbo are located in the town.
Abundant Natural Resources:
- Public Lands: The township of Draper encompasses thousands of acres in the heart of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and the Flambeau River State Forest.
- Waterways: There are numerous fishing lakes and waterways, including Blaisdell Lake with a state of the art public boat launch facility. The East Fork of the Chippewa River and the Flambeau River provide excellent fishing, kayaking and canoeing opportunities.
- Wildlife: Black bear, white tailed deer, bald eagles, wolves, coyotes, bobcats, fishers and many more wild animal species are abundant in the Draper area, and you may even see elk or a stray moose passing through!
- National and State Forest hiking, biking and cross country ski trails
- Extensive ATV and snomobile trails, including a portion of the historic Tuscobia Trail
- Public campground with hot shower facilities and state of the art RV campsites, with 30 and 50 amp electric hookups just off Tuscobia trail
- Draper Public Park with large covered picnic shelter
According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 138.2 square miles (358.0 km²), of which 136.1 square miles (352.5 km²) is land and 2.1 square miles (5.5 km²) is water.
138 sqare miles, 45 miles south of Lake Superior and 120 miles north east of St. Paul, MN. Draper is 36 miles SE of Hayward, WI, home of the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame and the annual American Birkebeiner Ski Race.
White, Native American, and Mixed Descent