What is a winter stick?

Winter sticks are used to mark/identify a boat's mooring during the winter season. Mooring vendors can switch seasonal gear for the boater. Please remember that wooden sticks are strictly prohibited.

It is recommended that only the commercially available ‘Winter Sticks’ be utilized. They should be white with a blue reflective stripe and have a minimum height of 4’ above the water level. 

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1. Where can I find the mooring permit application and instructions?
2. What's the process for new mooring requests?
3. What's the process for mooring renewals?
4. Can I submit an application if I don’t own a boat yet?
5. What do mooring vendors do and do I really need one?
6. What is a mooring inspection entail?
7. Can I service my own mooring?
8. What is a winter stick?
9. Can I dive and inspect my own mooring or have a friend do it for my tri-annual mooring inspection?
10. What if I don’t need my mooring any longer?
11. What if I want to keep my mooring while I don’t have a boat?