CWC Administration & Services
Being a Lake Cherokee Shareholder comes with many benefits to enhance lakeside living, from safety to maintenance of the environment and administrative infrastructure.
Phone: (903) 643-3933
A full-time Lake Manager and support staff are available to answer any additional questions or concerns you may have.
Boat Fueling Center
Located on the south shore near Firecracker Island, Cherokee Lake’s Fueling Center is a convenient gasoline service so Shareholders do not have to travel back and forth to their boathouse to refuel or carry extra fuel on board. Operation hours are seasonal and subject to change.
Phone: (903) 643-3590
Sunday 12pm – 6pm
The lending library, located next to the lakes Administrative Office, offers a number of books for our Shareholder’s reading pleasure. No library card is required, and there are no restrictions on how many books or how long a book may be checked out. The library does accept donations, but due to space, some books may be given to other non-profit organizations, such as Goodwill, Highway 89 Mission, or The House of Disciples.
To volunteer or ask a question, contact: Wanda Wallace (903) 643-0540.
This monthly publication features events, club activities, Board meeting minutes, updates on Shareholder regulations, lifestyle information, community bulletin board, and an event calendar. Shareholders are invited to provide articles and notices to be included in each edition, and advertising space is available.
Phone: (903) 643-3933
As a free service to CWC shareholders, 27 heavy-duty dumpsters for household garbage are located throughout the lake district. Dumpsters are emptied twice a week. For those wishing at-home collection, private trash collection is available for a fee through the Administrative office.
CWC maintains more than 7,000 acres of lake, 43 miles of lake roads, and 3,500 acres of water throughout the area. On land, that includes lake roads, right-of-ways, the spillway, and the Lake Cherokee Dam. Water maintenance covers boat roads, water buoys, launch ramps, and the Boat Refueling Center. To report any concerns, please contact the Administrative office.
CWC pays property taxes on the land.