Boater Liaison Program Meeting Update
Last week your DPBA board of directors met with Dana Point Harbor Department staff, including the heads of their contracted marina operators (DPMC, TBW, Vintage/Embarcadero), to share and discuss issues raised through our The discussions were detailed and productive, and we were pleased to note real progress on several issues important to Dana Point boaters. Based on the outcomes of our meeting, Orange County Dana Point Harbor is now drafting their official responses, which we've been promised by the end of June. Among the issues you can expect to see addressed will be:
- Harbor Revitalization Project
- Harbor Dept. Budget Management
- Slip Waitlist Management
- 5mph/Wakeless Rule Enforcement
- Embarcadero Boat Storage Policies
- Marina Parking
- And more...
We are grateful to Brad Gross, Director of Orange County Dana Point Harbor, and his staff for collaborating with the Dana Point Boaters Association to address important boater issues raised in the Boater Liaison Program. Stay tuned for their official response. And if you still have issues you'd like us to give attention to, please visit the Boater Liaison Program
website to submit your question, idea or suggestion.
At the Dana Point Boaters Association, our mission is to advocate for the preservation, enhancement, and expansion of affordable recreational boating. We strive to improve the family-friendly atmosphere and breadth of water-oriented activities we all enjoy in our harbor. As Dana Point boater advocates, our strength comes from your support and participation. We are proud of the achievements we've made together on behalf of our boating community, and we won't give up. But we can't do it without you. If you haven't already, please become a DPBA member. Join here.
Questions should be directed by email to (Officers@DanaPointBoaters.org). Or call us at (949) 485-5656 and leave a voice mail and we'll get back to you soon.
The Dana Point Boaters Association advocates the preservation, enhancement, and expansion of affordable recreational boating resources. We work to improve the family friendly atmosphere and breadth of water-oriented actives we all enjoy in the harbor. We serve as the watchdog by ethically protecting the rights of all boaters and representing them when collective action is most effective. We actively gather information and communicate our views to educate boaters, external interests, and public officials. We build and maintain constructive, working relationships to achieve common goals with other harbor stakeholders. We will pass on our harbor to the next generation of recreational boaters in better condition than it is today.