Yosemite Lakes Park Private Security covers a wide range of services. We patrol all of Yosemite Lakes Park and its property as well as answer calls for service, perform welfare and house checks and respond to fire and medical aid calls. As a courtesy, we also handle deceased-animal removal.
Calls for service vary from vandalisms, burglaries, poaching, and securing amenities to various types of animal calls and or complaints.
Yosemite Lakes Park Private Security is driven to provide the best service possible when it comes to the safety and welfare of the residents and property.
Chief of Security
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Madera County Sheriff’s Dispatch
In the past two weeks there have been two mountain lion sightings. One around the clubhouse lake trails and one on Titan Drive.
Meet your security team!
D’Amore and her staff — from left, Officer Josh Reina, D’Amore, intern Giovanni Arreaga, Sgt. Davis Mancillas, and Officer Thatcher Dougherty. Not pictured is Cpl. Daniel MacGregor.
On the job
Report an animal
Loose Animals: Call Madera County Animal Services first, then call Security. Calling Animal Services ensures that there is a location to house the loose animal in case the owner cannot be found.
Aggressive Animals: Call Madera County Animal Services. The agency is properly equipped to handle aggressive animals, and it has housing to hold the animal until the owner can be found. After a report has been made to Animal Services, another can then be made to Security. Security then will check the area and help Animal Services.
Animal Noise Complaint: Make the complaint first to Madera County Animal Services. Doing so will ensure the proper help from local law enforcement agencies. Then make a report to the Yosemite Lakes Owners’ Association office to have a record of a noise ordinance violation.
Elder Orphan program
Are you allowed to fire a weapon in the park?
There is no shooting allowed in the park. This is not only an YLOA ordinance but a Madera County ordinance as well. Therefore there is no shooting allowed for things such as target practice and/ or hunting animals, birds, etc. For more information please read the ordinance as it pertains to firearms code 9.92 for Madera County. It states:
Yosemite Lakes Park. This area includes all that territory lying within the boundaries of Yosemite Lakes Park as shown on those subdivision maps recorded at Volume 16 of maps, pages 37 – 70, a portion of which was amended and re-recorded at volume 23 of maps on pages 1 and 2.
This pertains to any implement which can cause damage to person(s) or property or even death. This includes
all implements such as rifles, pistols, bb guns, pellet guns, archery and hand held archery, wrist rockets, etc.
What do I need to do before I burn?
Remember to check before you burn. Residents are allowed to burn a 4 x 4 pile of brush with a 10 foot clearance area around the burn pile and must have an adult present with a shovel and a hose ready if the flames escape the burn pile. Burn permits are required and can be picked up at Station 8 located at 47050 Road 417, Coarsegold, CA 93614. (559) 683-8008 if you need further information. Burn day info number is (877) 429-287. Just follow the prompts to see if it is a permissive burn day. NOTE: Yosemite Lakes Park is below 3000 ft.
Can I walk my pet without a leash?
The leash law for Madera County is the same for Yosemite Lakes. All dogs
must be on a leash and not allowed to run loose. For any questions regarding licensing or the leash law you can contact Madera County Animal Services at (559) 675-7891.
Can Security check my house if I go out of town?
We provide house checks for residents who go on vacation. Security will walk around your house to check all doors and windows to make sure it is secure. You can also have us do drive by checks where we will sit in front of the house for approximately 5 minutes to check the home from the street. Madera County Sheriff’s Department also provides this service. Whomever you choose this service is free. We also do welfare checks on those who live alone to make sure they are doing okay. These checks require a face to face with the resident so that we can evaluate if there are any needs.