Volleyball League Registration: Leagues Forming Now For the 2021 Season! League play begins May 19th & 20th! Registration forms and fees of $100 due by April 16, 2021 or  $120 before Friday May  7, 2021. Mandatory Manager Meeting where schedules will be handed out, time to be announced. To sign your team up email [email protected] ​Or call or text Rich Kuhnke at (262) 903-5398. Or complete and submit the Volleyball Registration form here. Fees $100 Registration Fees before May 5th or $120 after that. Includes upkeep of courts, equipment, end of year prizes, end of season cookout, bathrooms. Please mail or drop off registration fee at: Town of Delavan5621 Town Hall RoadDelavan, WI 53115Phone: (262) 728-3471 Follow us on Facebook!

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Delavan Lake Watershed Action

Delavan Lake Watershed Action Items

January 2019

1. Funding and prioritization of Watershed BMPs as outlined in the Delavan Lake Watershed Improvement Plan. a. Current project: Community Park Waterway phase 1– Project underway with low bidder (Odling Construction) b. Next project: Community Park Waterway phase 2 – Grant application due by February 2. c. Possible upcoming projects: i. Ditch improvement along 3439 South Shore Drive ii. Ditch clean up and water flow near American Marine iii. Inlet bank erosion and stream stabilization

2. Pellet Applications a. Browns Channel 2019 – recommendation needed by committee b. Delavan Lake Inlet – recommendation needed by committee c. Delavan Lake Outlet – recommendation needed by committee d. Other application areas – recommendation needed by committee

3. Water Quality Monitoring – proposal from USGS – recommendation needed by committee

4. Property Owner and Lake User Education a. Continued update and promotion TheDelavanLakeReport.com b. Cooperation with DLSD and DLIA on education opportunities

5. Rough Fish Management a. Muskie stocking – options and recommendations needed b. Rough fish removal – options and recommendations needed

6. New Water Treatment Technologies a. Exploration of the use of flock logs and other new technology