NEW HVLA Lake Entry Check List

Click on the link above to open and print the form

Also located under SAFETY Heading

Gate Keepers for 2022 located under

HVLA Board then HVLA Committees 

New HVLA Watercraft Sticker Procedures for 2022

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

New and Replacement sticker requests may be requested by clicking on this link:  

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdh03VJZD9ZQt4upTArvx2hzQHqghrNly0bdZAdW1rLtPnidA/viewform?usp=sf_link

When you hit the SEND button on the last page of the form, the inspection team 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)

Upon review of the above. If watercraft is deemed compliant, a visual inspection of the watercraft will be conducted and stickers to be provided if it meets lake safety regulations. 

*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 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.

 

In addition to the lake and beach, there are tennis courts, a Platte River view walking trail and many social events to join (bunco, mahjong, book clubs, etc.). The HVLA social committee organizes events throughout the year, including the Independence Day celebration and fireworks (held on July 3rd) and an annual luau on the beach (August). 

 

Life is great here with swimming, fishing, boating, water sports, kayaking, skiing, along with winter fun such as ice skating, ice fishing, hockey, snowmobiling, and cross country skiing. 

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. To join, please contact the HVLA Board Secretary.