The Waterford Waterway Management District was formed in 2003 in response to petitions signed by almost 60% of riparian property owners concerned about preservation of the Waterford area waterways.
The district is a special unit of government regulated by Wisconsin State Statutes. Seven commissioners, appointed by the boards of Racine County and Town of Waterford and elections of riparian district members.
Maintain, protect, and improve the quality of the Waterford Waterway, its fisheries, its watershed and boundaries, : while maintaining the highest possible quality of living experience for its residents.
The WWMD boundary map extend from the Waterford Dam north to Tichigan Lake area.