Yosemite Lakes Park Rules
You can also contact employees of YLOA and YSPUC and other departments via the contact page under yosemitelakespark.org. The Yosemite Lakes Owners` Association (YLOA) is a non-profit organization that establishes and enforces rules for properties within its jurisdiction. When you buy a house or land in YLP, you automatically become a member and have to pay dues known as HOA dues. ○ In August, we experienced a total failure at Well 36A, which supplies water to Reservoir 4 and feeds the Lower Long Hollow Zone. Due to high demand, we had already installed a diversion to supply this additional reservoir with water from other parts of the system. It was a coincidence, because when the well failed, we were able to double the capacity of the bypass. This was not enough to meet the overall demand in the service area and emergency measures were required. The emergency was exacerbated by high heat and demand across the system, which accounted for more than 40% of demand last August.○ While waiting for parts for 36A, we took the opportunity to have the drill/pump crew available to perform an emergency pump replacement on well 35A. The performance of the pump had decreased in recent years, mainly due to iron deposits, and produced only about 16 GPM. The pump was replaced and put back into service on 18.8. Production improved to 63 GPM and helped us meet the high demand throughout the park, which deteriorated with the 36A shutdown. We issued a warning urging all residents to conserve water and went door-to-door in the Long Hollow area to inform residents that outdoor irrigation had to be suspended for the rest of the week to ensure there was enough supply for internal domestic use.○ While tank levels dropped to 6`, which is considered critical (and decreased to 4` per day), the advice and cooperation of local residents, as well as the previously installed diversion, allowed us to maintain the tank level and gradually increase it to over 10 feet – still critical, But not an immediate emergency that might require a service shutdown to protect the system from damage. The lake and picnic areas around the lodge are open to members on a first-come, first-served basis.
As a courtesy, groups of 15 or more must coordinate with security. Motorized boats are only allowed on the lake with electric motors, fishing and boating are only allowed for members and their companions (if possible). The use of skateboards, in-line skates, scooters, bicycles or similar devices is prohibited in the clubhouse parking lot. • An incineration permit must be obtained prior to combustion. In addition, it must be a “fire day”. Before burning, call 1-877-429-2876 to confirm if it is a fire tag. Follow all safety rules when combusting. See “What can be burned.” Fishing is only permitted in Blue Heron Lake (around the clubhouse). You must have a valid fishing licence.
Fishing in Black Hawk Lake at the southern edge of YLP is conditional use – read the rules for using this lake on the Blackhawk Lake side. Facilities include a 9-hole golf course with shop and café, horse riding/boarding, clubhouse with restaurant, lounge and library, swimming pool and tennis courts, ball court, picnic areas, basketball court, volleyball court, Tether Ball, private security, storage room, hiking/horse riding trails and fishing lakes. Vendors include a gas station and hardware store, sandwich shop, dental clinic and real estate agents. Close to a full-service grocery store, liquor store, gym, dance instructor, and dog groomer. ROs are the rules of your neighborhood. They outline the requirements and constraints of what you can do with your property. The goal of the DOR is to protect, preserve and enhance the value of properties in the community. Bylaws are the written rules agreed to by the leaders of a corporation to formalize how decisions can be made and business conducted. It is the most important government document for a not-for-profit corporation.
If you have any questions and/or assistance regarding pool rules, please contact: Each lot purchaser will receive a printed copy as part of their escrow package. If you have any questions, call YLOA Front Desk (559) 517-3499. You can also read them online on our yosemitelakespark.org Public Documents page.