Win a New Bike !!!

The Black River Falls Police Department is hosting the 2nd Annual Bike Rodeo at City Hall on June 10, 2017!

10:00am-11:00am at the Black River Falls Library.

Obstacle Course, Finger Printing, Face Painting, Ambulance and Fire Truck Display, T-Shirts, Helmets, and Food!


Black River Falls Police Department (715-284-9155), Ho-Chunk Nation Police (715-284-2658), Black River Falls Library (715-284-4112), Whitetail Crossing, and Ho-Chunk Environmental Health.

Discover Wisconsin Episode to Feature Black River Falls

  • Water Trails of the Driftless Airs: 05/13/2017 – 05/14/2017

Bust out your paddles and scuba gear: Discover Wisconsin is kayaking, canoeing and “cannonballing” their way through west central Wisconsin. First, they discover the waterways of the La Crosse area by kayak, pontoon and airboat. Heading north to rural Trempealeau County, Mariah takes in a stunning view of the Mississippi River from Perrot State Park. In Buffalo County, she kicks things up a notch by attempting barrel racing but slows things down at Danzinger Winery, Merrick State Park and a farm-to-fork hidden gem along the river. The show comes to a close in Black River Falls, home to Wisconsin’s deepest lake and the endangered Karner blue butterfly. If you’re all about that H2O, this episode is for you.

Click here to watch the episode on-line

Fourth Annual Pace and Pedal

Black River Memorial Hospital has scheduled the Pace and Pedal Duathlon at Wazee Lake Recreation Area. The date for this year’s event is Saturday, May 20, 2017, and the day features three separate events. The chip-timed duathlon begins at 8:00 a.m. and includes a 5.7-mile run and a 10.3-mile bike ride. Participants can enter individually or register as a team. The cost is $20 per person or $30 for a two-person team.

The second event, beginning at 8:30 a.m. is the 5k Wazee Color Fun Run/Walk. There will not be chip timing for this event but there will be a timing unit at the finish line for those who want to know their results. The cost for this event is $12 per person. Families are welcome to bring strollers.

The last event beginning at 10:00 a.m. is the 1-mile Youth Color Race. This event is free for youth 12 and under and registrants will receive a Jackson in Action race headband and a participant medal.

*Shirts are not included in the registration price but available to purchase until May 7, 2017 when registering.

Jackson in Action is a community coalition promoting healthy lifestyles for children, their families and the greater Jackson County area. All proceeds from the event will go toward Jackson in Action programs and services. For more details on the event, or to register, please visitwww.brmh.net/paceandpedal.

Spring Election Tuesday, April 4, 2017


The Spring Election will be on Tuesday, April 4, 2017, and polls will be open at City Hall from 7:00am – 8:00pm.  Local offices on the ballot include: Eric Erickson for Ward 1 Alderperson, Desiree Gearing-Lancaster for Ward 3 Alderperson, and Pete Olson for Ward 4 Alderperson.  All three candidates are running unopposed.  Current City Alders not seeking re-election include Randy Eddy in Ward 1 and Curtis Redbird in Ward 2.  There will be no candidates on the ballot for the Second Ward Alderperson position so all write in votes will be counted.  Be sure to come out and vote April 4th !!