Rule Changes Approved October 2, 2018
- Equestrian Center, 2.11 | Do Not Feed Horses (PDF)
- Equestrian Center, 2.21 | Authorized Persons Only (PDF)
- General Rules, Section 2.16 | No Solicitation (PDF)
- Lake & Marina, Section 11.3 | Sound Level Measurement (PDF)
- Lake & Marina, Section 5.2 | Restrictions for Swimming (PDF)
- Lake & Marina, Section 6.10 | Life Jacket Children Requirement (PDF)
- Lake & Marina, Section 6.11a | Noise Pollution Standards (PDF)
- Lake & Marina, Section 6.4a | Reporting Requirements for Death (PDF)
- Lake & Marina, Section 6.4b | Reporting Requirements for Damage (PDF)
- Lake & Marina, Section 6.9 | Age Requirements for Boat Operation (PDF)
- Lake & Marina, Section 9.2 | Lifejackets for Skiers (PDF)
*Emergency rule changes are in effect for 120 days.
Proposed Rule Revisions
Per the Davis-Stirling Act, which applies to all common interest developments in California, before adopting or amending an Operating Rule or changing the Fine Schedule, the Board must provide notice of a proposed rule change at least 30 days before making the rule change.The text of the proposed changes must be made available to the membership at least 30 days prior to their adoption by the CLPOA's Board of Directors (Civic Code §4360(a).).
Approval & Adoption
For a 30 Day Reading to be approved and adopted into the Rules & Regulations, the changes must be presented to the Board after the 30 days has expired. The majority of the Board must agree and approve the rule before it can be adopted into the Rules & Regulations. Once a 30 Day Reading has been posted, members are encouraged to learn more about how the proposed change could impact them. They can do this by reaching out to any of the five Board of Directors, CLPOA staff or committees.