Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What is the difference between POA and easement?
A: By virtue of the owners deed they are entitled to lake access by being up to date on their easement fees. These fees are charged to maintain the lake , dam, and all other lake related expenses. POA on the other hand is a charge to have access to the beach and other UGL related events and activities. As a property owner of UGL you are required to pay your easement fee annually, you are not required to pay the POA fee however unless you would like to use these additional benefits that are offered to any property owner.
Q: If I live on UGL, can a friend, relative, or guest of mine launch a boat on the lake, even for just a day?
A: No, In addition the property owner must be present on the watercraft or at the beach if guests are present.
Q: There is a dead tree on parklands, what should I do?
A: You must have approval before removing any trees from POA Parkland. Please contact the office.
Q: Is there a speed limit on the Lake?
A: No vessel shall be operated on Upper Greenwood Lake at speeds in excess of 30 MPH on Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays. No vessel shall be operated at a speed in excess of 10 MPH between sunset and sunrise.