NOTICE: 2022 Chemical Aquatic Control Application
Whitewater Lake 2022 Final Treatment Map + Strategy

2022 Boater Safety Classes Schedule

2022 Spring Lake District Newsletter
GWLPOA January membership letter
2022 GWLPOA Registration.pdf
GWLPOA 2022 Events

Check out NEW Lakeshore Properties Resource Guide for Walworth County

Lions Fish-a-ree Royal Purple article

2022 Whitewater Lions Club Fish-A-Ree Winners
50/50 Cash Raffle Ticket # 398 Eric Flan
$100 Staller Winery Dinner Ticket #1498 Beierle
Largest Fish of the Day Fish Length Winner
Walleye none
Bass none
Northern 27 ¾” Ron Schultz
Blue Gill 6 ¾” Gary Smith
Crappie 7 5/8” Justin Roberts
Perch 8 ¼” Gary Smith

Shoreland Zoning presentation to Walworth County Lakes Association

Walworth County Shoreland Zoning Ordinance

Algae have been down 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.  A third way is to not release any caught carp.  Throw them in the trash or on shore for foragers.

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.