Canyon Lake Newsletter

June 28, 2019

July 4
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Canyon Lake has arguably the best fireworks show in the entire county of Riverside which makes it an attractive destination for residents and their guests. However, this also makes it one of Canyon Lake's busiest holidays as the population soars by thousands. 

July 4th Road Closures & Traffic Notices

Launch Ramps
Beginning at 12 p.m. on July 4 per the Fire Marshal there is No Parking or viewing on any launch ramps or roads leading to launch ramp.

Happy Camp
At 2 p.m., Longhorn Drive will close at Strawberry Lane to Happy Camp. Only Longhorn Drive residents past Strawberry Lane, guests at Happy Camp, or emergency vehicles may pass. Guests should be prepared to show their guest passes with their host’s address, or camping pass if they are staying at Happy Camp. All traffic (including pedestrian traffic) to Happy Camp is stopped at 8:30 p.m.

Road Closures
The following closures will occur at 8:30 p.m., 30 minutes before the show:

  • Lighthouse Drive at Vacation Drive to the Lodge
  • Canyon Club Drive at Canyon Lake Drive North
  • Main Causeway from Village Way Drive to Vacation Drive
  • Blue Teal Drive will close once causeway is closed
  • No parking on Main, North or Longhorn causeways
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Lighthouse

Fireworks Show

The fireworks show begins promptly at 9 p.m. and they are launched from Skipper’s Island. Spectators can tune into 99.9 FM to hear music synchronized to the fireworks show from anywhere around the lake. From the Lodge patio area, Mike Shroyer of Good Time Entertainment will also be playing music leading up to the show, including a live performance of the national anthem right before the show.

July 4th Boating Reminders

Skippers Island will be closed Sunday, June 30 through Friday, July 5. On July 4, after 12 p.m. there will be No Towing on the main lake. During the show, boats must maintain a safe distance from Skippers Island during the fireworks. If you are boating, please pay attention to the temporary red buoys with lights around Skippers Island. City Code Enforcement along with Marine Patrol will hold boats 450 feet from the buoys. The firework show will not begin unless all boats are within a safe distance from Skippers Island and the on-site Fire Marshal announces “All Clear”.

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Fine Arts Guild Free Concert

Enjoy Margaritaville by the lake in the new amphitheater at Holiday Harbor Park. This free concert, sponsored by the Canyon Lake Fine Arts Guild, will be on Saturday, June 29 starting at 6 p.m. with the Bad Dancers opening, and headlining band will start at 8 p.m. 


>>>More About Concert

Flick-n-Float

Tuesdays Are Better With Tacos! 

Taco Tuesdays are still happening at the Lodge. Thank you to the Family Matters Club for sponsoring a water slide at the next three Taco Tuesdays, and also the Yacht Club who will be selling ice cream in the Sunset Beach Room. 

As always there will also be delicious food,a variety of vendors, activities for children, and DJ Mike Shroyer playing your favorite tunes. Taco Tuesday can get very busy and making parking limited. The Canyon Lake POA offers a free golf cart shuttle service that will loop around Canyon Club Drive and Lighthouse Drive for those who may have to park further away. 

Taco Tuesdays

Junior Golf Camp

Summer Camps & Clinics

It's not too late to sign your child up for one of the fun camps taking place right here in Canyon Lake. 

>>>View Summer Camps & Clinics

Summer Camps

Lake Reminders

With the busy summer season under way, we want to remind members of some of the lake boating rules.  Please note, violation of these rules will result in fines and possibly revocation of boating privileges. 

LM.6.7 Ski Area Speed Limits Main Lake Ski Area, North Lake Ski Area, and Jump Lagoon have a speed limit of thirty-five (35) miles per hour during almanac hours sunrise to sunset, five (5) miles per hour during almanac hours sunset to sunrise and during times of restricted visibility. East Bay, coves, and all other areas: five (5) miles per hour / no wake at all times. Fine: $100 per occurrence.

LM.6.22 No Boats Allowed to Anchor, Drift or Come to Rest In between Center Line Buoys or within Twenty (20) Feet of Buoys in the East Bay No boats shall be allowed to anchor, drift, or come to rest in between the center line buoys or within twenty (20) feet of any buoy in  the East Bay. Fine: $100.00 per occurrence 


Lake Reminders

Mobile app

To download the app on an Apple® device:

  • Click here or search the name "CivicMobile" in the iTunes® App Store. Make sure to choose "CivicMobile" and do not choose "CivicMobile Preview" or "CivicMobile Demo."
  • Once the CivicMobile app is downloaded, search  "Canyon Lake POA, CA" or use the "Find My Location" feature to find the Canyon Lake POA app. 
  • Once Canyon Lake POA has been selected during the first use, it will open the Canyon Lake POA app each time the app is used. 

To download the app on an Android device:

  • Click here, or visit the Google Play store and search "Canyon Lake POA"

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Fish Restocked in Lake

Based off of last year's fish study, the Canyon Lake POA restocked the lake with crappie (sunfish), bluegill, and bass this week. New fish were added at multiple parks. 

Fish Restock

Eastport Block Wall

Construction is continuing on the new Eastport Block Wall. This week, the footing trench was dug. Project completion is still on track for August. Thank you for your patience during construction.


Eastport Block Wall

RFID Free for Canyon Lake Residents! 

Did you know an estimated 12,000 vehicles come through the gates every day? The most efficient way for members to enter the community is with an RFID transponder affixed to their vehicle. The transponder allows vehicles to use the RFID lanes, which are much quicker. RFID transponders are free for all Canyon Lake POA members! 

>>>View RFID Fact Sheet

RFID

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Get Involved

Want to be involved in the community? Join one of the Canyon Lake POA committees. Committees play an essential role in assisting the Canyon Lake POA with a variety of functions and duties. Each committee is led by member volunteers and has a specific purpose within our community. There are currently vacancies on the Appeals, Dredge, EVMWD, Facilities Review, and Fiesta Day Committees. 

>>>View Committees & Vacancies


Join Committee

We're Hiring! 

Want to join our team? We have positions open in multiple departments.Visit our jobs page to see our current openings.

>>>View Jobs


Join TEam

Golf Special

Architectural Control Committee

Public Notice Agenda | July 3, 2019


When building a house or making any repairs, alterations or additions to the exterior of your home or property, you must submit your plans to the Canyon Lake POA for the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) to review for approval at their weekly ACC Meeting. The property improvements below will be reviewed at the ACC Committee Meeting on July 3, 2019. 

Improvements
  • Tract-Lot: 3718-021 | Address: 22696 San Joaquin Dr. E | Details: Wrought Iron Fencing
  • Tract-Lot: 3869-058 | Address: 22662 Canyon Club Drive | Details: Courtyard Wall, Concrete Pad, Pillars w/ Stone, Wrought Iron Fencing, Seating Bench & Walkway
  • Tract-Lot: 3892-012 | Address: 22392 Canyon Club Drive | Details: Boat Lift
  • Tract-Lot: 3831-265 | Address: 30872 Early Round Drive | Details: Pool, Concrete Decking & Water Feature

Projects

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