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Posted on: June 4, 2021

Quagga Mussel Reminder


Quagga Mussel, White and Red Tag Procedure

Quagga and zebra mussels are a highly invasive freshwater species that colonize on both soft and hard surfaces and are known to clog water intake structures, pipelines, docks, and boats. Many popular lakes and rivers (e.g. Lake Havasu, Colorado River, Lake Skinner, Pyramid Lake, etc.) are known to be infested.

To help prevent the spread of quagga and zebra mussel to Canyon Lake, please follow these guidelines when entering or exiting the community with your boat:

  1. When leaving the community for fuel, service, or off-site storage remember to stop at the gate and request a service seal (white tag).

    At East Gate (near Goetz Rd) and North Gate (near Greenwald Ave) members may park in the temporary parking behind the booth and the gate attendant will apply the service seal. At Main Gate (near Railroad Canyon Rd) members can park in the Senior Center parking lot and a Road Patrol unit will be sent to apply the service seal.

  2. Upon entry into the community, all boats without a service seal (white tag) will receive a red tag and will need to obtain a quagga inspection with Marine Patrol, 951-244-6841 x415 (certain exceptions apply, see rule LM.10.3). To ensure a successful inspection, remember “Clean, Drain, and Dry!” Both boat and trailer need to be completely dry in order to pass.


For more information on new quagga and zebra mussel infestations please visit

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