Canyon Lake POA presents May Marine Patrol report

On May 31, the Canyon Lake Property Owners Association (POA) presented its Marine Patrol report for incidents from April 29 through May 27.

Marine Patrol received 476 calls for service, more than triple the amount of calls from the previous month. Staff performed 410 boat safety inspections, 16 boat tows, one battery assist, 14 fishing license checks, and 38 quagga inspections.

Three citations were issued for expired/no registration (state), one citation was issued for excessive wake in a no-wake zone, and one citation was issued for failure to present a valid ID.

Patrol boats operated 181.5 hours on the main lake, 136 hours on the East Bay, and 12.4 hours on the north ski area.

Boat one operated 145.8 hours, boat two operated 134.2 hours, boat three operated 12.4 hours, and boat four operated 37.5 hours.

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


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