2024 Annual Meeting & Election of Directors

The Canyon Lake POA has a five-member Board of Directors who are collectively responsible for managing and operating the Canyon Lake POA’s business affairs. The Board of Directors are elected for staggered two-year terms by Canyon Lake homeowners. The Board of Directors works closely with the Canyon Lake POA’s Corporate Department to ensure that Canyon Lake POA duties and responsibilities are being carried out. Annual Elections are held in May of each year for Board Directors.

2024/26 Candidates

Two of the five seats on the Canyon Lake POA Board of Directors are up for election in May 2024. The two-year terms of Bill Van Vleet and Greg Doherty are ending. The governing documents allow Directors to serve a total of two consecutive terms. This year, the incumbents who are eligible to serve another term are the only candidates who intend to run for the 2024/26 Board of Directors:

1. Greg Doherty - View Greg's Resume & Goals (PDF)
2. Bill Van Vleet - View Bill's Resume & Goals (PDF)

2024 Election Schedule

Activity Date & Time Location
Intent To Run Packets Available Jan 19 Corporate Office
Intent To Run Packets Due Feb 22 - Before 3 p.m. Corporate Office
Candidates Announced Feb 22  
Candidate Orientation Meeting Feb 26 at 3 p.m. POA Conference Room
General Notice Mailed to Members Mar 1  
Election Signs May Be Posted on Property Mar 31  
Member of Record Date - determines members that are eligible to vote Apr 1  
Ballots & Election Rules Mailed to Homeowners Apr 1  
Meet The Candidates Forum hosted by Senior Work Group Apr 10 at 6 p.m. Canyon Lake Lodge
Last Day Recommended to Return Ballot by Mail May 8  
Annual Meeting of the Members & Election of Directors May 15 at 8 a.m. 
ballots may be returned from 8 a.m. to approximately 9 a.m.
Canyon Lake Lodge
Alternate Annual Meeting of the Members & Election of Directors (if quorum is not met on May 15) May 17 at 9 a.m. Canyon Lake Lodge

2024 Ballot Measures

Restrict Future Sales of Common Areas

Restrict Future Sales of Common Areas

A majority vote to approve this measure would result in the Board not being able to sell common areas without the approval of the owners, who must constitute a quorum and vote in the majority at a meeting or election conducted in accordance with California law and Canyon Lake POA governing documents.

View Ballot Measure (PDF)
Visit Governing Documents Page

Board Terms

Board Terms

Efficient operations are significantly hindered by annual changes in the board. This measure was placed on the ballot as an option to address this issue and add stability in the Canyon Lake POA’s governance. If approved, the amendment would establish 4-year terms with a 2-year waiting period for Board members starting from the 2025 Annual Meeting & Election of Directors. Subsequent elections would then occur every two years, fortifying governance tenure, establishing stability within the Canyon Lake POA organization, lessen the presence of election signs, and reducing costs by 50%. The community would only see and experience election signs and campaigning every other year instead of every year.

View Ballot Measure (PDF)
Visit Governing Documents Page

IRS Revenue Rule 70-604

IRS Revenue Rule 70-604

The IRS Revenue Tax Ruling 70-604 allows associations to avoid a tax consequence on any inadvertent excess member income that is applied to the following Fiscal Year (FY) assessment when filing a tax return Federal Form 1120. This IRS Ballot Measure is considered an annual industry standard to allow for clear tax filing authorization should the Board decide to apply excess income to the following year’s assessment.