In order to promote visibility and the aesthetic appeal of the community and to reduce damage to POA-maintained asphalt from oil and other fluid leaks, street parking is discouraged and subject to limitation.
No vehicle may be parked on Canyon Lake streets without a current decal, guest pass, or permit and in excess of a consecutive 72 hour period. No inoperable or unregistered vehicles without a current Canyon Lake decal or parking permit may be parked on the streets for any period of time.
Vehicles may not be may be parked on any numbered lot in such a manner that any portion extends beyond the curb line. Parking is not permitted within 12 feet of a stop sign.
Recreational vehicles and trailers may not park on Canyon Lake streets for more than 24 hours at a time and only to permit loading and unloading. A resident may obtain a 48-hour pass. Passes are limited to two 48-hour permits in a 30-day period per vehicle. Trailers and recreational vehicles may not be stored or parked on vacant or unimproved lots.
Trailers and other similar vehicles may be parked on the street after sunset. Boat trailers carrying a boat may be parked if attached to a towing vehicle for no more than one period from dusk to dawn any given day. If a boat trailer is marked and fails to move in 12 hours, it will be a violation of this rule.
All commercial vehicles must enter the community through the East or North Gates only.
Vehicles displaying service provider or contractor passes must park in the vicinity where work is being performed, and not in parks, beaches, or other amenity parking.
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