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The Public Safety Department is responsible for the protection and safety of all association amenities, our largest amenity being our 200 square acre lake. Our number one focus on the lake is, and always will be, your safety. A close second to safety would be education which is also the primary tool in aiding safe boating practices. The Public Safety Department strives to provide a safe, family-friendly and enjoyable environment for our resident members and their guest. Some of the methods of doing so are listed below:           All Public Safety staff receives regular training on SVLA boating Rules & Regulations, boating safety and other proprietary registration and permit requirements.  If at any time you have questions, comments or concerns regarding boating or other lake activities, feel free to ask any one of our officers, dispatchers and lifeguards. If needed, they will direct you the necessary resource. We ask that all resident members and guest take the time to become familiar with the SVLA boating practices and regulations. In partnership with mindful residents, the Public Safety Department can achieve our goal of a safe and friendly lake.

California boater cards will be required to register a vessel in 2024.
Click the here below for more information.
Vessel Inspection Information Boating Safety & Regulations Invasive Mussels

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