- Updated map of PFAS test results from residents located outside of the initial testing zone (6/8/2021) - *Click on the pictures to enlarge If you have results you would like to share please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or bring them to the Town Hall and we can make a copy. Read More
- Updated PFAS test results for the Town’s public buildings (5/25/2021) - The Town of Campbell conducted PFAS testing at these four sites. The results for PFOA/PFOS are as follows: Town Hall: 7.3 parts per trillion Library: 32.1 parts per trillion Community Center: 21.10 parts per trillion Nelson Park: .85 parts per trillion Read the full report here: Nelson Park, Campbell Town Hall, FJ Robers Library, Campbell… Read More
- FAQs – French Island Temporary Emergency Water (4/22/2021) - Frequently Asked Questions for DNR-Provided Culligan Water on French Island. Read More
- City of La Crosse initial site investigation report (4/22/2021) - Click on the link to view the report: https://dnr.wi.gov/botw/GetActivityDetail.do?dsn=587347&siteId=33855900&crumb=1 Read More
- PFAS and health effects for children and expecting mothers (4/1/2021) - Click on the link below to watch the video from the webinar: https://web.uri.edu/steep/march-11th-lets-talk-about-pfas-taking-action-to-protect-your-health/ Read More
- Nearly 1,000 residents use drive-up donation site for bottled water (3/26/2021) - CAMPBELL, Wis. – Kwik Trip and Hy-Vee donated six semi-truck loads of bottled water to the Town of Campbell for distribution on Thursday March 25, 2021 in response to PFAS contamination found in 180 private wells. Nearly 100 other residents await test results of their private well water safety. Volunteers from the Town Board, Administrative… Read More
- Agreement for Requesting Temporary Emergency Water (3/26/2021) - Providing Bottled Water To Homes. For those residents with private water supplies, the DNR will provide the option of bottled water to be delivered in five gallon containers to those residents’ homes, through a state contract with Culligan. The DNR would need the residents to sign up for this service though the DNR and sign an… Read More
- Drinking water advisory & information on drinking water alternatives (3/25/2021) - On March 25, 2021, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) issued an interim area-wide drinking water advisory [PDF], allowing the DNR to provide temporary emergency water to residents with private wells on French Island who are not currently receiving water from the city of La Crosse. Given this interim area-wide drinking water advisory, the state is… Read More
Updated map of PFAS test results from residents located outside of the initial testing zone. (06/08/2021)
*Click on the picture to enlarge
If you have results you would like to share please email them to email@example.com or bring them to the Town Hall and we can make a copy.
How to Contact the DNR
DNR Town of Campbell Hotline: 1-866-220-4841
DNR Town of Campbell E-Mail:
Testing at the Town Hall, Library and Community Center
The Town of Campbell conducted PFAS testing at these four sites. The results for PFOA/PFOS are as follows:
Town Hall: 7.3 parts per trillion | Previous Result: 3.1 parts per trillion
Library: 32.1 parts per trillion | Previous Result: 26.1 parts per trillion
Community Center: 21.10 parts per trillion | Previous Result: 10.85 parts per trillion
Nelson Park: .85 parts per trillion | Previous Result: None
Results updated as of 05/25/2021 | Previous Results are from 02/16/2021
Wisconsin has set DNR recommended groundwater standards of 20 parts per trillion (ppt) for PFOA and PFOS individually and combined. Nationally, this standard is trending towards 10 parts per trillion.
The test results at the Library and Community Center exceeded the DNR standards. The test results at the Town Hall and Nelson Park are below both standards.
Wisconsin Certified Labs
If you are outside of the testing areas and wish to conduct your own PFAS testing, you can find a list of Wisconsin certified labs here.
DNR Contact Information: DNRCampbellPFAS@wisconsin.gov
La Crosse Waterworks Numbers: