Canyon Lake POA presents Marine Patrol report for March

On April 5, the Canyon Lake Property Owners Association (POA) presented its Marine Patrol reports for the month of March.

Marine Patrol received 68 calls for service. Staff performed 19 boat safety inspections, six boat tows, and 15 quagga inspections.

Eight citations for expired/no registration (state) and two citations for expired/no registration at a dock or lift.

One citation was issued for excessive wake and one citation was issued for failure to present a valid ID.

Staff performed 17 fishing license checks and issued one citation.

Patrol boats operated 50.6 hours on the main lake, 41.5 hours on the East Bay, and 7.9 hours on the north ski area.

Boat one operated 135.7 hours, boat two operated 56.1 hours, boat three operated 19.8 hours, and boat four operated 40.7 hours.

One hazardous spill incident at the Marine Patrol dock 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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