Canyon Lake Newsletter

October 18, 2019


To date, we have only received 536 ballots and a minimum 1,526 ballots are needed to meet quorum. Please help us meet quorum by completing your ballot and returning either via mail (before October 24) or at the ballot box available at Member Services (during regular business hours). 

If we do not meet quorum the Canyon Lake POA will have to have an alternate election day and pay the election company to conduct the alternate election. Election day is October 28 at the Canyon Lake Lodge and ballots may also be dropped off that day from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.

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Overseeding Schedule 

Overseeding is the process of spreading grass seed directly over existing bermuda grass turf, so that it can remain green and vibrant during the cooler fall and winter months. First, the course is mowed very short. This year, we used over 30,000 pounds of heat and drought resistant perennial rye grass seed. This hybrid blend should better withstand the cooler months and warmer months alike. We also overseed near the front gate fountains and the main causeway, so they will also look great, all winter long.

The Canyon Lake Golf & Country Club will remain closed to complete the overseeding. In a few weeks the course will be lush and green again. The facility will reopen on Monday, October 2


Halloween Carnival - Oct. 20

The Family Matters Club is hosting their 6th annual Halloween Carnival and Costume Contest on Sunday, October 20. From 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Holiday Harbor will turn into spooktacular festival with crafts, face painting, music, prizes, costume contests, trunk or treats, and more! This will be a fun family safe/friendly event. 

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Parade of Fright - Oct. 26

Bring the kids out for a morning of trick-or-treating and Halloween fun at the 27th annual Parade of Frights on Saturday, October 26. At this fun event hosted by the Chamber of Commerce, there will be trick-or-treating at more than 30 participating businesses, including the Canyon Lake POA. There will also be jumpers, carnival games, music, and costume contests.  

Parade of Frights

Please Do Not Feed Geese

The geese in Canyon Lake have become almost as famous as the lake itself. Many residents have enjoyed feeding the geese, however, what they may not realize is that feeding geese is detrimental to them and the environment in many ways. The USDA lists many reasons not to feed wildlife in this informative article

There are signs posted at the Canyon Lake Lodge and several of the beaches and parks advising residents to not feed the geese. 

Do Not FEed Geese

Billy Dean

Pavement Project Update

The Pavement Project is right on schedule at the Country Club. This week, crews started pouring over 400 yards of concrete and asphalt paving starts on Tuesday. Crews also placed rebar, concrete, and base material, installed LED parking lot lights, and planted trees that will screen the SCE substation from Railroad Canyon Road. There will also be a new stamped concrete circular driveway and walkway up to the Country Club front door.

With this much working going on, public access is prohibited until October 28, when the facility re-opens. The construction and project management for the $3.46 million dollar community wide paving project is being done in-house by General Manager Eric Kazakoff and Director of Operations Steve Schneider, without the use of outside consultants or construction managers, at a substantial cost savings to the members. The men’s locker room downstairs at the Country Club is also being completely remodeled during the closure.
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Erosion Control Project

The Erosion Control Project is moving forward. Last year before our rainy season, the main lake side of the North Causeway was completed. Since the lake levels have dropped, crews are now working on the North Ski Area side of the North Causeway. 

Erosion is a natural occurrence where wind, water, or other natural agents cause land to erode over time. The main lake side of the Main Causeway was done in 2017. The Treasure Island Causeway and Happy Camp shoreline will be scheduled next. 


North Ski Access Project

The Canyon Lake POA will be addressing the access issues at North Ski Area by replacing the steep and uneven paths with a new more level pathway from the parking lot. Work is planned to begin on October 21 and it is anticipated to be completed within two weeks. Following this project, the North Ski Area parking lot will be repaved as part of the Pavement Project. 

The Canyon Lake Ski Club generously donated $5,000 towards this project.

North Ski Area Acess

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Have you tried RequestTracker yet? 

Have you noticed a broken light at the park or pesky pot hole on your street? Do you need to appeal a citation or get a copy of your ACC application? Members now have easy access to these requests without having to come into the office. Simply click here and you will find multiple ways that you can reach out to the Canyon Lake POA.

In the coming months, there are plans on expanding request types to offer even more ways for members to connect with the Canyon Lake POA. 

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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 several committees. Click the link below to see current vacancies. 

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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! 

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We're Hiring! 

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

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Architectural Control Committee

Public Notice Agenda | October 24, 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 October 24, 2019. 

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  • Tract-Lot: 3718-276 | Address: 22371 San Joaquin Dr. W | Details: New Home


  • Tract-Lot: 3804-238 | Address: 30080 Rim Rock Place | Details: Extend Driveway, Concrete, Wall
  • Tract-Lot: 3863-438 | Address: 29926 Gulf Stream Drive | Details: Alumawood Patio Covers, BBQ Island Outdoor Kitchen, Paver Walkway
  • Tract-Lot: 3868-199 | Address: 29714 Buggywhip Ct. | Details: Paver Walkway
  • Tract-Lot: 3868-246 | Address: 22471 Whirlaway Ct. | Details: 5’ Fencing and Gates
  • Tract-Lot: 3720-009 | Address: 29729 Vacation Drive | Details: DG, Stacked Stone Planters, Bender Board


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