To prevent members from being responsible for app-based transportation and delivery service drivers and the citations they receive while servicing other members, the POA made access changes.
Effective December 21, app-based transportation and delivery services such as Uber, Lyft, Instacart, Grubhub, DoorDash, Postmates, etc., are exempt from being called in by a member of the community.
Community access will now be granted provided the driver can show a valid Canyon Lake order for service on the app and can also present a valid driver’s license. The driver’s app will be proof that the service was requested.
Upon verification, the delivery drivers will no longer be issued a paper pass. Instead, a one-time entry will be recorded against the responsible member’s property. Any subsequent request for re-entry on the same day will have to be accompanied by another valid service order.
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