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Sierra La Verne Country Club Activity Log

This website has been created to help the City better manage the issues and concerns regarding the conditions of the Sierra La Verne Country Club. With the impending cease of golf operations, the City will be taking a more active role in monitoring the property condition.

Once operations have stopped, City staff will make periodic visits to the course and as necessary request on-site inspections. Residents who become aware of unusual activities or incidents at the course are encouraged to report them by using the link below. As a reminder, the golf course is private property and residents should not go on to the property without approval from the property owner. As always, any events that pose an imminent threat or are an emergency in nature should be directed to the City’s Police Department at 909-596-1913.

Using this portal is important so that the City has a central point for collecting resident concerns. Your cooperation in directing such issues through this forum is appreciated. Additionally, attaching photos is also encouraged as it will help staff identify the issues and provide a greater administrative record should it be needed in the future.

Below are some circumstances that may warrant intervention or investigation.

General Maintenance Issues

  • Accumulated debris and trash
  • Mosquitoes
  • Vandalism including graffiti
  • Trespassing
  • Slope failures

Fire Hazards/Landscape Issues

  • Accumulated dead wood or debris and trimmings in excess of 6” deep
  • Weeds and dead overgrowth higher than 6”
  • Dead or dying brush shall meet brush clearance requirements up to 200 feet from a structure
  • Trees should be trimmed to a minimum of 6 feet above underlying vegetation
  • Any tree removal not due to natural events
  • Any modification to existing landscaping besides lack of maintenance

 

Fencing

  • Any fencing, temporary or permanent

 

 

Sierra La Verne Country Club Activity Log

Use this form to submit issues regarding Sierra La Verne. You can upload photos to support your issues.

 

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