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Boating Decals

 

Boat Decal and Beach Pass Season starts June 15, 2018 and EXPIRES June 15, 2020. All motorized watercraft decals this season are violet and all non-motorized watercraft decals are light blue. Both can be picked up at the CSCD Office starting April 1, 2018. A photo ID is required when picking up beach passes and applying for motorized and non-motorized boat decals.

 

WATERCRAFT TYPE LENGTH/HORSEPOWER PRICE
Power/Speed Boat

No longer than 19ft. 11 1/2 inch (measured length with a tolerance of 1 inch) and over 30 horsepower. Boats with a ballast/wave enhancing capabilities must have them disengaged and sign a Ballast/Wave Enhancing Speedboat Certificate when registering

$80
Pontoon Boat No longer than 28ft. and not to exceed 100 horsepower $80
Fishing Boat No longer than 19ft. and not to exceed 30 horsepower $40
Jet Ski/ Wave Runner MUST be continuously registered prior to January 1, 1994 $80
Non-Motorized

Kayaks, Canoes, Rowboats, Paddle boats and, Sailboats. No longer than 17ft.

$10

 

Boat Decals are half price after June 15, 2019.

Per Resolution 2015-10:

  • ALL Class One Power or Speed boats cannot exceed 4,000 lbs dry weight as provided by the boat manufacture.
  • Watercraft that are equipped with wake enhancing devices must have the equipment permanently disabled.

 

Per Resolution 2016-3:

  • All gasoline powered watercraft utilizing Cordry and Sweetwater Lakes be covered by an amount not less than $100,000 liability insurance coverage, insuring against bodily injury or property damage, per person and per occurrence.

Per Resolution 2017-4:

  • Speed boats shall not exceed 19ft 11 1/2 inches. ( see below for determining length)

 

Things you need to provide to obtain a watercraft decal:

  • Photo ID
  • Current title, application for title,  or certificate of origin in the current lot owner’s name for first time registration.
  • Insurance Information (Insurance company name, policy number and insurance agent contact information)

 

Speedboats being registered for the first time in the current Lot Owner’s name will need to be measured at the CSCD Office during business hours. Please call the Office to verify if the year, make and model of the boat is already in our database for measurement. All motorized watercraft coming into the Lake for the first time will need a current title, application for title, or certificate of origin in the current Lot Owner’s name.

A lot owner may only have 9 Total watercraft motorized and non-motorized, of which no more than 3 motorized; limit one per classification: Classification #1 speedboat,  #2 pontoon , and #3 fishing boat under 30 HP.

All motorized, non-motorized boats, and boat trailers listed above need to have lot numbers displayed. Lot numbers must be 3 inch on both sides of the boats next to the boat decals. Lot numbers must be 2 inches on one side of the boat trailers.

 

 

How the CSCD measured speedboats:

Outboard: The horizontal distance measured along the centerline of the boat from the bow point (excluding the rub rail) (POINT A) to the lowest point of the transom (POINT B) to which the boat motor is mounted.

Inboard/Outboard: The horizontal distance measured along the centerline of the boat from the bow point (excluding the rub rail) (POINT A) to the lowest point of the transom (POINT B) to which the outer drive is mounted.

Inboard: The horizontal distance measured along the centerline of the boat from the bow point (excluding the rub rail) (POINT A) to the lowest point of the transom (POINT B) where the exhaust ports are located.

Jet: The horizontal distance measured along the centerline of the boat from the bow point (excluding the rub rail) (POINT A) to the lowest point of the transom (POINT B) where the propulsion outlets are located.

*A measurement tolerance of 1 inch shall be allowed.

 

 

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