POA presents Community Patrol, Marine Patrol reports for April

The Canyon Lake POA presented on May 29 the Community Patrol and Marine Patrol reports for the month of April.

Community Patrol

Community Patrol received 468 calls for service in the month of April. Thirty-four suspicious persons/vehicles were reported.

Staff performed 4,418 foot patrols of amenities and parks.

No speeding tickets were issued by staff. The speed trailers issued 190 speeding citations. Staff issued two miscellaneous traffic citations, 24 parking citations, and four golf cart citations.

Seven noise citations and 11 animal-related citations were issued.

Fifteen failure to comply citations and five verbal abuse to staff citations were issued. 

Staff confiscated 790 guest passes and issued 10 citations for gate running.

There were 26,683 guest entries and 79,294 RFID entries at the Main Gate, 18,457 guest entries and 41,263 RFID entries at the East Gate, and 15,470 guest entries and 26,365 RFID entries at the North Gate.

There were three vehicle accidents and four vandalism incidents reported.

Marine Patrol

Marine Patrol received 149 calls for service. Staff performed 95 boat safety inspections, 15 boat tows, three battery assist, 30 quagga inspections.

Staff issued one expired/no registration (state) citation, three expired/no registration (POA) citations, and one expired/no registration at a dock or lift citations.

Thirty fishing license checks were perform, three citations were issued. 

Three lifejacket warnings, one excessive wake warning, one follow counter-clockwise pattern warning, five expired/no registration (state) warnings, and seven non-compliance warnings were issued.

Marine Patrol boats operated a total of 361.7 hours on the main lake and 210 on the East Bay.

Boat one operated 150.5 hours. Boat two operated 246.9 hours. Boat three did not operate in April. Boat four operated 174.3 hours.

About Community Patrol

Community Patrol services are provided by the POA. Its primary functions are rules and regulations compliance, gate access control, and incident observation and reporting to the POA.

Community Patrol can assist with barking or loose dogs, illegal fishing, loud noise complaints, motorcycle riding in the community, speeding vehicles, parking violations, vehicle accidents, and other non-emergency incidents.

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

Police Services

Residents are reminded to contact the police department for incidents pertaining to the law. Police services are provided by the City of Canyon Lake through a contract with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. For emergencies or to report a crime, call 911.


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