Canyon Lake POA presents April Marine Patrol report

On May 3, the Canyon Lake Property Owners Association (POA) presented its Marine Patrol reports for the month of April.

Marine Patrol received 120 calls for service. Staff performed 49 boat safety inspections, five boat tows, and 28 quagga inspections.

Four citations were issued for expired/no registration (state), two for expired/no registration (POA), and two for expired/no registration at a dock or lift.

Staff performed 11 fishing license checks and issued one citation.

Patrol boats operated 137.2 hours on the main lake, 110 hours on the East Bay, and 14.7 hours on the north ski area.

Boat one operated 143.1 hours, boat two operated 52.6 hours, boat three operated 14.7 hours, and boat four operated 51.5 hours.

Due to a car rolling into the lake, one hazardous spill incident at the Eastport launch ramp was reported.

Unlike Community Patrol employees, Marine Patrol employees are employed by the POA. The primary functions of the Marine Patrol are rules and regulations compliance, quagga and boat safety inspections, and incident observation and reporting to the POA.


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