Hello Neighbors…can you please:
Slow down while driving in our community…..we Thank you!
Manage your Garbage….Bear safe’s work!
Please conserve water during the drought! Thank you…. CCWD
Blagen Rd closed for bridge replacement next to Moose Lodge.
Covid 19 Vaccinations 2021 in Process! Boosters in September, Be safe! Wear a mask!
Distribution of the Covid-19 vaccines are now being provided in Calaveras County. Call 754-2968 to be placed on the waiting list and for directions on you & your children receiving the vaccination/shots. More current info at: calaverasgov.us With the Covid-19 Vaccines here, we wish everyone a Healthy 2021!………………..Try To Stay Cool!
NOTICE: Our Next Board of Director’s Meeting will be:
Tues, Sep. 14th @ 6:30pm, White Pines Park, Lions Picnic Area: Here is the: MPOA Agenda 9.14.21 We now have 3 Director vacancies to fill. THANK YOU to our volunteer Board Members for all you do for our MPOA Community!
Here is our new welcome letter that we provide to all new members. Nice Info: OK to share! Welcome to MPOA
*NOTE: The above Newsletter and Budget documents and annual $24 dues invoices were mailed to ALL property owners in June. Members who purchased their properties prior to 1996 are exempt from paying the annual $24 Assessment. Voluntary payments are appreciated. All property owners are subject to the MPOA, CC&R and adopted Rules. The Newsletter contains current Information and Local Phone numbers.
ALL BURNING HAS BEEN SUSPENDED! US Forest Areas are closed due to Fire Danger. Info on Burn permits and burn days can be found on Line Online Burn Permits 2020
If you rent your property or live full time PLEASE consider installing a Metal, Bear Resistant, Trash Safe. Any loose, open, wood frame corrals will be knocked over by the Bears and they will make a big mess! Metal Trash Bins are available through ACE Hardware. Well worth the investment! Critters do this!
Be Prepared…Bear Safe’s work for Bears, Racoons & critters too!!! Please….Dont share your trash! Available through ACE Hardware
Your elected District 3 Supervisor is Merita Calloway was at our Annual Membership Meeting and she provides current Local Info on her Newsletter: meritacalloway.com Phone: (209) 286-9007
The Meadowmont Property Owners’ Association (MPOA) represents the owners of 1,421 properties in the residential subdivision of Meadowmont. Our purpose is to ensure the maintenance of member properties, help keep them aware of Fire Safe guidelines and help provide services to the Members as stated in our Governing Documents (CC&R). We also try to provide services, that the membership & the Board of Directors determine to be necessary for the safe successful operation of the Association. These are necessary to protect property values and the rights, interests, and privileges of all members and their respective properties. The Association is a CA non-profit, mutual benefit corporation also Governed by CA State Corporation Law (Davis-Sterling).
Located adjacent to Highway 4, and the popular Arnold Rim trail (ART), Arnold, at 4000 Ft elevation, is renowned for its scenic Sierra beauty and convenient access to Bear Valley skiing, Sierra Lakes, boating, ART hiking, golf and Calaveras Big Trees State Park with numerous other recreational activities along with fine dining and wine tasting nearby. Property owners & Visitors enjoy four seasons that include winter snows and wonderfully moderate summer temperatures typical of the Sierra Nevada.
MPOA strongly supports Fire Wise and VIP (Volunteers in Prevention) Programs. Our wonderful volunteers may inspect properties for compliance with Cal Fire PRC 4291 at any time, year round. Please keep your property fire safe for you, your neighbors and your Insurance!!
We are very Fire Wise and natural disaster conscious, and on this site have provided you with check lists and recommended ways of protecting yourself in case of an emergency, lost hikers, and County programs . Efforts by Local citizens, US Forest Service and Sierra Pacific Industries (SPI) are in the process of circumnavigating Arnold with a Fire Break. Our fire prevention check lists and emergency evacuation information serve as guides for you to use to maintain your personal safety and that of your family, friends, renters for the safety of your property should a wildfire or other natural disaster occur in our area. We are conscious of water conservation due to our drought and have provided the latest information on this topic. Meadowmont Subdivision Firewise 2020 Certificate
Due to last winter’s storms please check your property for downed, dying trees and dangerous/dead trees that may require trimming/removal. A number of members had trees fall on their properties. Try to have a friend keep an eye on your property. Please inspect & service damaged, dying trees so they wont cause any future damages and also work with your neighbor to remove debris!.
NEW Here is an updated list of Vendors who have been approved by EPFD for Tree and Brush removal services so owners can comply with PRC 4291 property clearing as stated here. Lot cleaners list 2021 mod 7_28_21
NOTE: Joan Lark with EPFD advised that she will be inspecting vacant lots this year in Meadowmont for violations and compliance with PRC 4291
Here is great way to check our local weather and road conditions. A member has a very nice local live, homeowner camera weather site on the internet on Fairway Dr. along with a Hwy 4 road view & Bear Valley live web cams (If there is power!). Check it out! https://www.pineconehollow.net/arnoldweathercam/
PG&E continues trimming and removing downed trees to clear their power lines. PG&E wants property owner’s written approval to remove trees under their power lines and to remove fire fuel and make our community more fire safe. Removal of these PG&E trees in their easement DO NOT require HOA approval! Members are asked to please sign, approve and return PG&E forms promptly so they can remove/trim trees affecting their power lines. Rapid response is required to assure progress in this important effort to prevent fires. PG&E may also turn off power during hazardous weather conditions. Be prepared!
Calaveras County is responsible for the snow plowing of all the County roads! Please direct your complaints to the County 209-754-6402 to clear the drainage ditch along the front of your property/County roadways. The County has a new maintenance service response program that tracks and responds to service requests! Maintenance of the culvert under your property driveway encroachment is the property owner’s responsibility. Here is their Complaint form to submit to Calaveras County for Code Compliance issues 2018 Updated Complaint Form
- REALTORS, MEMBERS & Title Companies: Requests for Real Estate HOA Escrow Disclosure Forms, Dues account questions and property Change of Address updates should be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Here is the Association’s 2021 Certificate of Insurance from Next Step Insurance. MPOA Insurance Disclosure & ACORD 25 Eff 4-16-2021
- IMPORTANT: Click the link below for our MPOA BRC Architectural Modification Application and Tree Removal Request form. ARC APP The MPOA CC&R also requires this form to be submitted and approved by the MPOA BRC (Building Review Committee) prior to doing any changes to your property. You may email this form to our Manager for review & approval at email@example.com
- Current Meeting Information will be posted on this website. Here is our voice mail message phone # (209) 795-1973 .
Be safe, have fun and be Healthy! Stay Cool!
Sincerely, MPOA Board of Directors & Management
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