In 2012-13, the Canyon Lake POA entered into a $7,800,000 paving project which involved the majority of the roads within the community. That project did not include resurfacing any of the 15 parking lots within the community, Happy Camp, or Canyon Lake Drive North, east of Vacation Drive. Happy Camp was completely repaved during the Campground Renovation Project. However, the rest of these areas are badly in need of renovation, especially the Lodge and Country Club parking lots. The Lodge project will feature a new concrete ADA ramp and staircase down to the rental docks and walking pathway, and new retaining walls, planters, and additional parking spaces.
In 2016, Willdan Engineering was contracted to put together a set of bid documents for these remaining areas. They were tasked with evaluating each area for ADA compliance, and possible expansion and reconfiguration in order to create the maximum available parking spaces in each area. Further, they were asked to evaluate each area for effective drainage and to incorporate other features suggested by the community members and staff.
- Blue Bird Hall
- Canyon Lake Drive North (from Vacation Drive to Goetz Road)
- Canyon Lake Golf & Country Club
- Diamond Point Park
- Eastport Park
- Equestrian Center Driveway Entrance
- Gault Field
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- Indian Beach
- Lodge/Tennis/Sunset Beach
- Moonstone Beach
- North Ski East & West
- Operations Yard
- Senior Center
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- September 23: Project began, construction equipment set up at East Port Park (which will be staging area for equipment) and work began on small portions of East Port and Holiday Harbor Park parking lots. There are no closures at either park at this time.
- October 7 - October 22: Country Club Parking Lot
Access to affected amenities/facilities will be available, but parking will be limited. The full schedule for all 16 areas will be posted soon. Signs are posted where work is ongoing and any full closures will be noticed well in advance.
- September 23, 2019
- Project started with setup at East Port Park.
- August 2019
- Final vendor selected
- Board approved funding for this project in an amount not to exceed $3,425,000
- July 2019
- Request for Proposal closed, three bids received ranging from $3,400,000 to $4,600,000
- June 2019
- Request for Proposal Published