An informational forum is scheduled 6-8 p.m. Thursday at the Clovis Civic Center regarding off highway vehicles.
Ronnie Jones, owner of High Desert Honda in Clovis, said, “It’s offered in an instructional format to show what people have to do to be able to be legal to ride.”
Jones said numerous laws have been on the books regarding OHV and Ned Houk Park since 2006, but the state has recently stepped up enforcement of those laws.
He has no problem with the enforcement, but said he would like OHV users — particularly those who are arriving from Cannon Air Force Base — to have a chance to know the laws before they’re punished for violating them.
There is room for 100 at the meeting, Jones said, and he is expecting City Parks Director Bill Bizzell and Ned Houk Park Director John Myer to attend.