Community Patrol responded to 407 service calls in month of May


Community safety and security are a high priority the Association. The city, Riverside Sheriff’s Department and the Association all work closely to provide the residents of Canyon Lake with a safe community.

Community Patrol statistics for the month of May are provided by Interim Account Manager Nichole Durbin. Marine Patrol Statistics are provided by Marine Patrol Captain Steve Haney.

Community Patrol logged 15,674 miles and answered 407 calls for service. This number is up from the 263 calls for service last month. The average response time is eight minutes. Officers issued 124 citations and four warnings.

Eleven speed enforcement citations, 12 stop sign citations, three failure to stop for a school bus citations, five failure to comply citations, three verbal abuse citations, two identification for access control citations, 82 parking citations, four animal related citations and two miscellaneous citations were issued. Four guest passes and 31 POA cards were confiscated.

Patrol received 16 suspicious person/vehicle calls. The number doubled from the previous month.

There were a total of 20 incident reports. Included in the 20 incident reports were four gate arm incidents, three traffic accidents, two graffiti incidents, two mailbox damage incidents and one vandalism incident.

Process servers were escorted to 26 locations in Canyon Lake with a time of nine minutes per escort and an on-scene time at the house of two minutes.

Marine patrol issued five citations in the month of May. There were 381 safety inspections performed, 301 more than the previous month. There were 29 fishing license/permit checks, 33 boat tows, two battery assists and 13 boating safety contacts.