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Lake Entry

Click on the link below to open and print the form. Please bring the completed form to hand to the Gate Keeper

(This form can also be found under the BOAT SAFETY Link)

 

 HVLA Lake Entry Check List Form

 

Gate Keepers for 2023:

GATE KEEPERS:
Jacob Betsworth 402-990-3902

Chad Mayland 402- 669-0988
home 402-331-3269

Chase Mayland 402-331-3269
Dave Stangle 909-721-0919
Bob Shaffer 402-677-1184
Chris Ekler 402-714-0889

Bill Allen 402-894-1051 

Martin Apprich 402-690-3638 

*Jerry Anderson 402-379-4189

*Weekdays Available 10-5pm

HVLA Watercraft Sticker Procedures for 2023

IMPORTANT - IF YOUR BOAT WAS NOT ISSUED A GREEN STICKER LAST YEAR - YOU MUST APPLY AS IF THIS IS A NEW STICKER REQUEST

 

Please click on the link below to view the

HVLA Form - WCS-G (Watercraft Sticker Guidelines)

 Watercraft Sticker Email Contacts if need further assistance:

(you may have to copy & paste emails, depending on your computer settings)

Jeff Wilson at 

jawilly34@yahoo.com 

or you may contact:

hvlapresident@gmail.com

hvlavicepresident@gmail.com

HVLA Sticker Request Email Form to be filled out for New and Replacement stickers on the link below:

 HVLA Sticker Request Form 

This form will be sent to a three member team who will acknowledge receipt of your request within 24 hours. This does not mean stickers will be issued within that 24 hour period.

The following will be needed when requesting stickers:

New Watercraft Requests (Includes trailer where applicable)

  •   Name of Resident

  •   Current HVLA Address (Lot # if known)

  •   A copy of the current Registration (Include trailer if Applicable)

  •   Type of watercraft: Pontoon, Inboard/outboard boat, outboard     

         boat, PWC (Jetski)

  •   All dues must be current

Upon review of the above. If watercraft is deemed compliant, a visual inspection of the watercraft will be conducted and stickers will be provided if it meets the HVLA Form - WCS-G (Watercraft Sticker Guidelines). Please see link above.

*Should a watercraft be denied, notification will be provided including why the team is denying the request. Resident will have an opportunity to correct issues or provide support in support of the original request.

 

Replacement Stickers will need to provide the following:

  • Name of Resident

  • Current HVLA Address (Lot # if known)

  • A copy of the current Registration (Include trailer if Applicable

  • Watercraft information for sticker renewal (Year, Make, Model)

 

 

 

Hawaiian Village

Upcoming Events 2024

Music Bingo

March 16 - 6:00pm

 

Easter Egg Hunt

March 24

Click for flyer

Car Parade & Kona Ice

June 9

Music on the Beach

Papillion Taco Guy

June 29

Poker Run & Fireworks

July 3

Luau

August 10

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Water Shutoff Location Info

 

Water Quality Information (please click each link below for the following information)

HVLA Resident Presentation from Meeting 9-7-23

Recommendations for Harmful Algal Blooms

What really happened at Carter Lake

HV Water Quality Committee History & Recommendations 

Water IQ Technologies Overview

Time Lapse Photos of Water Quality Effectiveness in US 2023

Questions?

Please direct them to the Water Quality Committee. They have spent many hours on this and are there to answer any questions.

Kevin Coats

Brad Johnson

Bob Wilson

Meaghen Wostopal

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Please continue to be diligent on protecting our lake from mussels:

https://www.beaverlakene.org/zebra-mussels-discovered-in-beaver-lake/

Zebra Mussels have been found at Beaver Lake.

Please click link for further info. 

We ask for everyone to please keep this in mind. This includes kayaks, paddle boards, etc., as well as boats if they have been in other lakes in last 30 days.

It has also been brought to our attention that Lake Cunningham and Lake Zorinsky may also be affected with Zebra Mussels. 

Please be vigilant regarding any motorized or non-motorized watercraft entering the lake. We cannot monitor every craft entering from homeowner's lots. 

HVLA uses the private social network Nextdoor. This is the best way to stay in the know about what's going on in Hawaiian Village.

Hawaiian Village Lake Association [HVLA]

is an 80 acre sand bottom lake community of about 200 homes located five miles south of Papillion, Nebraska. The location provides easy access to Omaha, Bellevue, and Lincoln. It's a little bit country, but only 10 minutes from city life.

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