With Halloween right around the corner, children are rightfully getting excited for one of their most exciting holidays of the year. However, this holiday can sometimes hectic for parents and guardians as they must be conscious of where their children are and who they are with. The Riverside Sheriff’s Department offers some of the following safety tips to help make this a fun and safe holiday for all.
Each year the Association closes the golf course for approximately three weeks to overseed the fairways, roughs, tees and green surrounds. This year’s overseeding will take place between Monday, October 5, through Friday, October 23.
While the Association’s Declaration of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (CC&Rs) prohibit operation or use of motorcycles, two or three wheeled motorized vehicles and off-road vehicles inside the community, the Association has created designated parking areas at each gate for these types of vehicles. Parking in these areas is free, but members are required to obtain a decal and visitors are asked to display their guest pass on the vehicle while parking in these lots.
From swimming lessons or water aerobics to Flick-n-Float Movie Nights, the pool is one of Canyon Lake’s favorite spots to cool off in during the summertime. However, members using the pool are reminded that it is a shared amenity and one single action can affect pool use for the entire community.