2021 Fishing and Social Distancing
COVID-19 safety precautions - Please make every effort to follow the regulations of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and our own Teller County Health Department. Stay safe and enjoy each other at a distance...
The HOA has an RC Hydroplane Boat that is used to haze the Pelicans so they do not get comfortable on the Lakes as they can consume around 9 pounds of fish a day per bird. This activity was approved with the USDA Wildlife Service that oversees the Migratory Bird Act. If anyone is interested in helping operate the boat (sorry, no kids), please contact us at email email@example.com for more information.
You can fish the annual Fishing Season for free. All you need to do is volunteer for fish patrol. You can choose one day a week or be a substitute when our regular patrol are unavailable. It’s a great way to get outdoors and meet your neighbors and those visiting our community. What are you waiting for? If you are interested, contact Dick Cope at 719-687-8931. Remember, the sooner you get your name in, the easier it will be to pick your day.
All boats need to be registered. Please contact Ken Richardson, 303-532-6068 to register yours today.
Rules & Regulations
See the updated rules for Spring Valley in Policy Number 810 – SVPORC PROPERTY RECREATIONAL REGULATIONS under the declarations and policies tab. All members are responsible for being familiar with and following these rules. Members are responsible for ensuring that their guests also follow the rules.
Remember ice fishing is only open when there is a green flag flying on the island. However, you still need to proceed with caution and at your own risk! Go to the following web site for ice fishing safety tips: http://cpw.state.co.us/learn/Pages/IceFishingSafety.aspx