Water Patrol/Gas Dock/Registration Information

WATER PATROL OFFICE -636-625-3120
CELL NUMBER -636-887-5771

 


Gas Dock Hours

OPENING APRIL AND MAY 2017

BEGINNING 4-1-17

SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS 12-4

REGULAR HOURS BEGIN  MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 4:00-8:00 PM
Weekends: 1:00- 6:00 PM

Labor day -Monday 12p-4pm

After Labor day -weekends only

12:00-4:00pm weather permitting

WE ACCEPT, CASH, CHECKS AND CREDIT CARDS
PERSONAL CHECKS AND CREDIT CARDS MUST BE IN THE RESIDENTS NAME AND YOU MUST HAVE A C/A MEMBERSHIP CARD .


CALL BOXES are installed and operational at the following locations:

1. Main Marina Pavilion next to soda machine.
2. Windjammer Marina Pavilion next to soda machine.
3. Jefferson Point on the outside restroom wall


EMERGENCY DOCKS

Emergency docks are located at Windjammer and on Dauphine Dr. between buoy xx and buoy # xx


BUOY NUMBERING SYSTEM:

Each of the “No Wake” buoys that surround the shoreline of the large lake have red reflective numbers on them.  These numbers are useful when needing assistance or reporting a situation on the lake. We hope you will familiarize yourself with the buoy ID numbers.



IF YOUR BOAT STOPS OPERATING WHILE ON THE WATER, PLEASE CALL THE WATER PATROL OFFICE OR  CELL PHONE AND WE WILL PROVIDE A TOW OR JUMP START BACK TO YOUR DOCK OR MARINA.


 

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS

LSL Police, Fire and Medical EMERGENCIES..911

LSL Police  Non-Emergency …….636-625-8018

LSL Fire Dept. Non-Emergency ….636-561-9200

CA OFFICE……………………………..636-625-8276


WATER SAFETY TIPS

Please take a moment to read this IMPORTANT INFORMATION and refresh your memory on our boating rules and pay close attention to the safety tips. We hope you enjoy the boating season and want it to be fun filled and most importantly ,safe. The Water Patrol is available to assist you .Their main goal is to provide service and safety to all Community Association members. If you should have any question feel free to call the Water Patrol at 625-3120 or 887-5771 and the Office at 625-8276.


REMINDERS FOR HAVING A SAFE AND ENJOYABLE BOATING SEASON

-Direction of travel on the lakes is counter-clockwise pattern.

- Maximum speed on the  Small Lake is 10 MPH at all times.

-Maximum daytime speed on large lake is 40 MPH.

-Between sunset & sunrise the maximum speed on the large

lake is 10 MPH. Speed reduction begins at sunset. Times of sunset

and sunrise are listed on the CA website.

-Display navigation & anchor lights between sunset & sunrise.

-There is no towing of skiers, wake boarders or tubers

between sunset & sunrise.

-Safety Flag Operation — When a person being towed is down

in the water, the flag is up. When  A person being towed is up

on top of water the flag goes down.

-Always wear a flotation device when getting into the water.

-Idle speed inside “No Wake” buoys. Idle speed or no wake speed

means a speed no greater than to maintain steering

- No skiing inside “No Wake” buoys.

-”Teak Surfing” is not allowed.

-Swimming, jumping or entering the water from public docks,

islands bridges, and the spillway areas of

either lake is prohibited.

-You must be 16 years of age to operate a boat and persons born

after January1, 1984 must have a boating safety ID card to operate a boat.

-Please be aware of the maximum capacity of your boat and do not overload.

-Riding on bows and decks is prohibited.

-When boating or using our parks, remember to always carry

your CA ID card. CA members must accompany their guests

at all times when on Community Association property.

-Always remove the vessels keys when left unattended.


SAFETY ITEMS, WHICH MUST BE ON ALL BOATS AT ALL TIMES AND ARE

REQUIRED FOR BOAT INSPECTIONS.

Boat Inspections are available by appointment and during regular

water patrol hours 10am-dusk Monday-Sunday

-At least one Coast Guard approved PFD (Personal Flotation Device) of correct size

for each passenger on board watercraft. By state law Children under 7 must wear a life vest

at all times.

-Operating fire extinguisher

-Paddle/Oar

-Orange or Red Safety Flag

-Throwable Flotation device

-Horn or other sounding device

-Working navigation lights (red and green) and white anchor light.

-Ventilation blower for inboard motors

PLEASE DO NOT LITTER OUR PARKS AND LAKES. BE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR TRASH.


REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS

 

All watercraft must be properly registered, numbered, and  numbers must be displayed on watercraft before being launched, docked or operated on the waters governed by the Community Association during each boating season. (April 1 — March 31)

What is needed to register your boat…..

Paperwork must be presented the first time you register your boat

1. Pink Missouri Registration Slip OR Title for your Boat & Outboard Motor.

2. Proof of Liability Insurance

3.NEW BOATS MUST BE REGISTERED WITH THE STATE BEFORE WE CAN PROVIDE A CA REGISTRATION

All  Boats Must Be Registered Each Year in Order To Launch  Into Either Lake. If you skip a year you must

Register your boat again and provide a new inspection as well as the registration and insurance information

PROPER APPLICATION OF STICKERS TO BOAT

Stickers are to be placed on the back of both sides of the boat above the water line