A red tag is only needed during the "off season" (excepting Tracts 424, 446, 474, 1910 and 1990 -- see below). A red tag allows you to temporarily park your camper, vessel/trailer or recreational vehicle unit in your driveway overnight. During the "boating season", which runs from the Friday before Memorial Day through Labor Day, you can park or store your camper, vessel/trailer or recreational vehicle unit in your driveway without needing a red tag.
Each red tag is good for 24 hours. Property owners are allowed a maximum of 30 total in a calendar year. Contact the Main Gatehouse to register for a red tag.
Tracts 424, 446 and 474: NO RED TAGS REQUIRED -- As of May 1, 2006 Tracts 424, 446 and 474 have amended their CC&Rs to allow for parking of campers, vessels/trailers and recreational vehicle units on a lot in the front set-back on a driveway without the need for screening year-round.
Tracts 1910 and 1990: RED TAGS NOT ALLOWED -- Tract 1910 and 1990 CC&Rs allow owners in those tracts to park their camper, vessel/trailer or recreational vehicle unit in their driveways year-round (for up to 72 hours without moving), but they cannot store their camper, vessel/trailer or recreational vehicle unit in their driveways. After 72 hours without moving, any camper, vessel/trailer or recreational vehicle must be stored away from view in a garage-type enclosure (excepting trailers).
The Main Gatehouse can be reached at 805-238-9641 option 2.