Monthly Meeting

The next monthly meeting will be Saturday, January 28 at 9:00 am at Waterford Town Hall.

Press Release

Waterford WI, September 16, 2016: Southeastern Wisconsin Fox River Commission (SEWFRC) at their monthly meeting Friday gave approval and presented a final check for $80,880.00 to Waterford Waterway Management District (WWMD) to cover 90% of the cost to prepare and receive the approval of Chapter 30 Dredging Permit Application.  Read more …


Check the following documents to see the 2016 riparian owners survey and results.

WWMD Riparian Owners Survey

WWMD Riparian Owners Survey Top Line Results

WWMD Riparian Owners Survey Results

Information Exchange 8-11-2016

Click here to view or download the presentation given at the Information Exchange meetings held on August 11th.

Dredging History Lessons

Please check our first Dredging History Lesson to get caught up on everything that has gone into our Dredging Project. More lessons to come soon!

The Barge is up for Adoption

WWMD is getting rid of the old barge we used to collect samples of the bottom and to determine the sediment depth for the dredging project. We are offering it to riparian owners of the district and would like to get $200 (OBO) for it, which will help us fund projects next year. Of course, donations above that will graciously be accepted. It’s AS IS, WHERE IS, there is no motor or registration. The left tube has water in it due to a small leak.

If you are interested, contact Dick Kosut, 262-895-6060.

WWMD Barge


The Graef Report on Aeration for Waterford Lakes can be read on the Special Projects Committee page. There are also new links for the UW-Whitewater Water Quality Measurements and the Lake Savers Project Results Update 2016.

Proposed Over Winter Drawdown

Additional information regarding the proposed over winter drawdown can be found at the Aquatic Plant Management Page.

Waukesha Water Diversion

The Conference of Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Governors and Premiers has unanimously approved Waukesha’s request to divert up to 8,200,000 gallons of Lake Michigan water per day. This is water that will not be put into the Fox River, which could be up to 1/3 of the daily flow during times of low flow in summer.