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Note! The water level about an inch and a half down after the rains. There will continue to be wakes allowed at this time.

HOWEVER, because of how high the water is and the damage it can still do to shorelines and lake property, Please use caution on the lake, slow down and avoid wakes near the buoys. Wakes crashing over the riprap will create erosion.

 

Heart Prairie Church Open House and Ice Cream Social sponsored by GWLPOA will be Sunday July 23, 1:00-2:30

GWLPOA Newsletter vol 4 (July) 2017

GWLPOA 2017 Membership Form (pdf)

GWLPOA Newsletter 2017 vol 3 (June) 2017

GWLPOA Newsletter 2017 vol 2 (pdf)

Annual GWLPOA newsletter 2017 vol 1 (pdf)

New Shoreland Zoning presentation to Walworth County Lakes Association Walworth County Shoreland Zoning Ordinance

Fish a Ree results FISH WINNER 2017

Algae have been down this year compared to a majority of southeast Wisconsin lakes. That’s because we work hard to keep nutrients out. One way is to use phosphorous free fertilizers (zero in the middle number). Another way is to keep organic material out.

Do NOT dump grass or leaves into the lake. Tell your landscapers to haul the material away. Let your neighbors who may not have access to the Internet know. Spread the word.

A HOMEOWNERS GUIDE TO NATIVE SHORELINE GARDENS

All assistance or questions about the buoys, buoy placement, buoys disconnected from its anchor should be directed to the Town Office: phone: 262-473-4639 or townofwhitewater@yahoo.com.