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On March 19 the State of California issued a state-wide Stay at Home Order. Public events and gatherings are still prohibited under this order.
However, residents may go outside for walks, exercise and participate in healthy activities as long as social distancing of six feet or more is maintained with anyone that does not reside in the same household.
On April 25, the City of Canyon Lake amended its Emergency Orders closing all Canyon Lake POA owned beaches in Canyon Lake. All parks with beaches will be locked effective April 26. Failure to comply with this requirement is punishable by law and could incur civil penalties of up to $1,000. The lake remains open, however members must comply with social distancing rules in their boats, or use of that amenity is also at risk. Private residential beaches are not included.
View City’s Amended Emergency Order
Canyon Lake residents please be advised that the City’s Emergency Orders are still in place. If residents do not comply with these orders the City has indicated to us that they are very likely to shut down the lake, beaches, golf, tennis, pickleball, and parks.
While most residents have been complying with these orders, there are some who are risking all of our amenities being shut down by not complying. These Emergency Orders are law and were put into place to slow the spread of the virus. Code Enforcement and Riverside County Sheriff can and will cite violators. Please abide by the simple social distancing and gathering rules so that we can return to normal soon.
View City’s Emergency Orders
On April 20, Riverside County released revisions to their COVID-19 orders allowing public and private golf courses in the county to re-open as well as tennis courts and pickleball courts, but with very limited use and limitations. The City of Canyon Lake followed in suit amending their Emergency Regulations on April 23 effectively allowing the Canyon Lake Golf Course, Pickleball Courts, and Tennis Courts to reopen, following these limitations put in place by the County and City.
Read Golf Course Update Read Tennis Courts & Pickleball Courts Update
The Canyon Lake POA has adopted these emergency rules to mirror the County and City requirements. Failure to comply with these requirements is punishable by law, and could incur civil penalties of up to $1,000. Additionally, any persons found not complying with these requirements will be banned from using these facilities for 30 days.
Due to the State Stay at Home Orders issued this evening, the Canyon Lake POA Offices will be closed to the public until further notice. Community Patrol and other security and essential functions will continue.
On March 16, the CLPOA Board of Directors held an emergency meeting with Management and Legal Counsel and made several updates regarding this rapidly changing situation. >>>View COVID-19 Update.