Kennedy Administration Building
5387 Mary Lake Road
Waunakee, WI 53597 Phone: (608) 849-4372 Fax: (608) 849-9657
The office will be closed if Waunakee Schools are closed due to road conditions.
Also known as Larwood Hills Neighborhood Park, .12 acres of dedicated park land located within the Larwood Hills subdivision off of CTH Q. The park has a bench, playground equipment, and grassy areas.
Mary Lake Neighborhood Park
1.7 acres of dedicated park land located at Riveredge and Rainbow Roads. The park has two basketball hoops on an asphalt paved area, playground equipment, and grassy areas.
.5 acre of dedicated park land located adjacent to the Steeplechase Condominium Community. The park has a gazebo, a bench, playground equipment, and grassy areas.
Town Center Park
4.27 acres, located around the Town Hall and Kennedy Administration Building along Mary Lake Road. Contains soccer fields (For more information on Daleo Soccer Fields click Here.), two team benches, 3 tennis courts, a Pickleball court, a ball diamond, a small parking area, and open space.
Within Town is also located the Yahara Heights County Park (including a dog park), Mendota County Park (with a campground) and Governor Nelson State Park.
Please use these links for more information on State, County and surrounding area parks:
The Town of Westport has a new brochure highlighting all the pedestrian trails in Westport. It includes maps of the trail system along with some helpful resources. For a printable version of the brochure please click HERE. There is also an interactive map available at http://gis.generalengineering.net/Westport/Trails .
The Yahara Watershed Improvement Network (Yahara WINs), led by the Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) and including over 30 partners, is conducting an adaptive management pilot project for nutrient reduction in the Six Mile Creek Watershed located north of Lake Mendota. As part of the pilot project, Yahara WINs will study how to reduce many sources of phosphorous and has partnered with the University of Wisconsin- Madison Water Resources Management (WRM) Program to investigate historic and transient sediment laden with phosphorous.
Using several model wetlands and streams they will investigate the following questions:
How much sediment is in temporary storage?
How much phosphorus is attached to that sediment?
When is sediment deposited, and when does it move?
Is there a cost-effective way to remove or stabilize the phosphorus?