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Mountain lion sightings

In the past two weeks there have been two mountain lion sightings.  One around the clubhouse lake trails and one on Titan Drive.  Use caution when walking pets, especially the smaller ones and make sure they are on a leash at all times.  Do not allow your pet to roam without keeping a visual on them.   Below is information from the Fish and Wildlife website at:  https://www.wildlife.ca.gov/Keep-Me-Wild/Lion.  

Posted March 8 on Facebook by Cale Lopez: “Heads up… just spotted a young mountain lion in our backyard (near the clubhouse).”

Found keys in 2018

It’s that time again!  If you have lost keys in 2018, please contact Security to see if we have them.
On January 31, 2019, all keys found in 2018 will be destroyed. At this time we have 28 sets of keys that have gone unclaimed.  Call 658-7466, ext. 112 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. or the Security cell at 760-7979 to set up a time to check the key(s) found box.
Remember if after hours, the patrol officer on duty may be on calls, so please be patient.  Thank you and wishing you a very Happy New Year!

Address markers

Remember the slogan by Cal Fire, “If we can’t find you, we can’t help you?” It is so very important to have your address clearly marked and visible whether day or night.

The Yosemite Lakes Park Volunteer FD Auxiliary has a program to buy reflective address markers that are visible and makes it easier to find your residence in the event of an emergency.

They cost $20.00 each and for those age 65 or older they are $15.00.  Please!!  Help us help you in an emergency.  There are forms available in the YLOA office as well as in the security office and always available with a patrol officer.

In the picture you will see what numbers look like from a distance without the reflective sign.  The numbers were on this post but visible only if you were right on the driveway.  Every second counts and we want to make sure that we can get to everyone without delay.

October Security Report

Security answered 173 calls for service in October. We had one attempted vehicle break in, 1 gas theft from that vehicle, 1 vandalism of a rock wall, dirt bike and atv activity on the fire roads and in the park, loose cattle, trespassing and noise disturbances. We also assisted with 9 fire pager calls, 4 YSPUC , ll public assists and 2 MSO assists.