​Fremont, Nebraska 

Woodcliff Lakes

Watercraft Registrations:

Any watercraft with 10hp or more must be registered with the HOA office BEFORE MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND.

To register and obtain the current year's Woodcliff sticker, you must provide proof of current State Registration, current Insurance,

and a fee of $100 for each watercraft.


Click on this link for the form:               Watercraft Registration Form


Watercraft without a current Woodcliff sticker, on the water or on a lift, will be issued a citation with an accompanying fine of $100 and immediately removed from the lake if underway.  NO EXCEPTIONS!


Security no longer issues the Woodcliff stickers - you MUST contact the Woodcliff officeEither mail in the form or stop in during office hours:  Mondays & Fridays 9am-5pm, Tuesdays & Thursdays 9am-2pm.  Closed Wednesdays.


Watercraft Inspection Checklist:
Watercraft are subject to inspection by Security at any time. 
These items are required:
State registration
Proof of insurance
Boater Safety Certification for anyone under age 27
Life Jackets
Fire Extinguisher
Throwable cushion flotation device
Horn or whistle
Paddle or oar
Bailing bucket or bilge pump
Navigation lights
Orange Flag for downed skiers

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Zebra Mussel  & Invasive Species Prevention:

Rules were put in place effective 2011 to prevent transfer of Zebra Mussels and Invasive Plant Species into Woodcliff lake water.

IF YOUR WATERCRAFT IS USED ON OTHER LAKES, RIVERS, ETC, IT MUST BE DECONTAMINATED BEFORE SPLASHING BACK INTO WOODCLIFF LAKE WATER.  CLEAN - DRAIN - DRY!


See page 9 of the current Woodcliff Rules & Regulations for details.  Zebra Mussels have been found in two lakes near Omaha in the past and again in 2016 at Lake Zorinsky - this needs to be prevented from happening at Woodcliff!

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