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News Update
Posted on Feb 2nd, 2019 Comments (2)
Upcoming Community Events
4th Friday Arts Stroll:  Friday, February 22 ~ 4-7 pm
Featuring 28 galleries in Sisters; enjoy refreshments, music, demonstrations and beautiful art.
We Love Our Neighborhood
We all moved to PMV for the natural beauty of the surrounding mountains and our community.  We have a reputation of being a beautiful area to live in and visit, so please help us keep it that way.   If you see litter or trash, please pick it up and dispose of it.   If you are a contractor or if your home is under construction, please ask your contractor to secure debris to keep it from blowing onto surrounding homes or green space.  If you would like assistance picking up trash, please contact Dan, our On-Site Manager, at 541.719.0126.
Thank you!
PMV Snow Removal
Winter is here!   In accordance with City of Sisters Ordinance 473, when snow reaches 4 or more inches in accumulation the streets become a No Parking Zone and all vehicles including trailers must be removed.  Signage has been installed throughout PMV to serve as a reminder of this ordinance.  Our HOA is responsible for plowing the PMV streets and alleys, so please remove vehicles/trailers from the streets, when snow is four or more inches in accumulation.  Vehicles/trailers not removed will be towed.
Many of our neighbors use our sidewalks to get to work, school or for recreational walking.  When a sidewalk has not been cleared of snow and/or ice, pedestrians may be forced to walk in the road.  This causes a dangerous situation for both the pedestrian and the vehicle driver.  City of Sisters code requires every property owner or occupant to maintain their adjacent sidewalk in good repair.  The property owner/occupant is responsible for snow shoveling/de-icing their adjacent sidewalk within 6 hours of daylight following a snow or ice event.  This includes sidewalks adjacent to empty lots.  The City asks everyone to refrain from using ice melt or similar products due to the sidewalk damage those products can cause to the sidewalks  Instead, the City suggests the use of bird seed or sand as an alternative method to keeping sidewalks safe.
Thank you for your cooperation!
Clubhouse Parking
The Clubhouse is used by many PMV community members throughout the year.  This is a reminder that the parking lot in front of the Clubhouse is reserved for clubhouse guests.  It is NOT a parking area for surrounding homes.  As the signage in the parking area reminds us, cars not associated with clubhouse usage may be towed.
PMV Board Meeting Minutes
Please click on the Meetings link (found on the left column of this page) to view PMV HOA Board meeting minutes from past meetings. 



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Upcoming Events
Board of Directors Meeting
Wednesday, February 20th

Pine Meadow Village

Board of Directors Meeting

Wednesday February 20, 2019 at 3:00 PM

Pine Meadow Village Clubhouse

596 W Jefferson

Sisters, OR. 97759

Annual PMV Board of Directors meeting
Saturday, April 13th, 9:00 am at PMV Clubhouse
Please save this date for our annual HOA meeting.  It's a great time to get informed about what's going on in PMV and connect with new and "old" friends.   This is the time of year when we look for people interested in serving PMV through a role on our Board of Directors. Please watch for a mailing containing board nomination forms. Consider running for the PMV Board of Directors or nominating someone who you feel can contribute to our community in a meaningful way.  See you on April 13!