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 Building on Lake Sherwood Lots and Dues Invoice

Building on Lake Sherwood Lots

Several government entities exist that regulate building, shorelines, shoreline structures and more on Lake Sherwood.  Before planning to build/erect structures, make shoreline modifications, or set a pier/dock or boat hoist/lift be sure to consult with the following government entities to assure your project meets their regulations and to obtain a permit if required:  

  • Town of Rome – Building and Zoning Ordinances – - Zoning Department, 715-325-8019

  •  Adams County, Zoning Department,, 608-339-4224  

  • DNR – Piers and Docks, Hoists and Lifts, Shoreline - - consult website



2023 LSPOA Dues Invoice

Current LSPOA dues are $100 per year.  Invoices are sent to Lake Sherwood lot owners by November 1 for the next years dues.  New property owners during a calendar year should send their $100 dues to the LSPOA Office at 1146 West Queens Way, Nekoosa, WI 54457.  


Paid dues earn Lake Sherwood lot owners membership voting rights in LSPOA endeavors.  They also provide financial support for LSPOA’s activities that meet its purposes to preserve, maintain and improve amenities of the Association, the value of Lake Sherwood property, the water quality of Lake Sherwood and the ability of Members to enjoy their property.  These activities provide:

  • A volunteer LSPOA Board of Directors composed of Directors from all subdivisions that meet monthly, continually engage in LSPOA activities, and are resources to lot owners on amenities and lifestyle on Lake Sherwood.  

  • Facilitation of the operation and maintenance of the Lake Sherwood Lodge and its grounds.

  • A resource to lot owners on local and state laws that assist in meeting LSPOA’s purposes and monitoring adherence to those laws.  For example, Town of Rome Building and Zoning Ordinances.    

  • Newsletters to keep property owners informed of community topics.

  • Participation in environmental, conservation and fish habitat programs including DNR Healthy Lakes, Fish Sticks, and Firewise USA Grant projects; and water testing for algae and e-coli. 

  • Annual scholarships for Member families.

  • Close relationships with the Lake Sherwood Tri-Lakes Management District representative, Town of Rome Board, and Adams County Board.

  • Boat access to gas service.

  • Family recreational activities that include the 4th of July Celebration and Lake Sherwood Fisheree.

  • Support of community needs and events.   

  • For LSPOA Members Only

    • Reduced rental rates for use of the Sherwood Lodge lower level and outside grounds

    • Seasonal boat slip rental 

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