Canyon Lake POA Board approves revised rule pertaining to trailer parking after sunset

The Canyon Lake POA Board on Tuesday approved a revision to a rule that pertains to trailer parking after sunset.

Since March 1984, the POA has had a rule in place to restrict overnight trailer parking on the streets. While the exact reasoning for this rule is not known, it has been suggested that the rule was implemented as a safety precaution to prevent vehicles from hitting low visibility trailers at night. 

According to the POA, 49 warnings/citations were issued from January 2020 to January 2021 for violating this rule.

Within the last year, this rule has been questioned by some community members who use a utility trailer for work and have nowhere else to park the trailer when they come home.

The revised rule allows trailers to be parked on the street for 24 hours provided they have proper lamps and reflectors and are attached to a tow vehicle.

The revised rule states: No trailers, including, but not limited to horse trailers, boat trailers, utility trailers, and any other similar vehicle may be parked on the street for more than 24 hours at a time. All trailers and any other similar vehicle must display rear lamps and reflectors as well as rear side reflectors, must be attached to the tow vehicle, and must be parked as near as possible to the owner’s property.


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