What is the Fox River Navigational System Authority?

The Fox River Navigational System Authority (FRNSA) was created to manage the Fox River Locks following the transfer of the system from the Corps of Engineers to the State of Wisconsin in 2004. As specified in Chapter 237, Wisconsin Statutes, the Authority's primary mission is to repair, rehabilitate, operate and maintain the locks system.

Latest News Regarding Rapide Croche Transfer Station:
Proposed Transfer Station to Open Waterway From Green Bay to Lake Winnebago.
The Station offers best science available for keeping aquatic invasive species out of Lower Fox and Winnebago pool lakes, while increasing boater cleansing compliance.


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The 17 System Locks

Recent Board Activity

February 24, 2015

Meeting Notice:
March 24, 2015

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