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Welcome to Pine Meadow Village!  This beautiful neighborhood is a uniquely, planned community in the small picturesque Central Oregon town of Sisters. While it's home to many, the community offers a life style enjoyed by everyone. It's a place where residents and visitors awaken each morning to the spectacular views of Three Sisters Mountains, also known as Hope, Faith and Charity.
This website has both public and member only areas. Only residents are allowed as members and must be approved by the Website Administrator. Once residents register and login they will be able to access all areas except the Board Room. The Directory is accessible only by members and they may choose what information will be shown in their directory profile.
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News Update
Posted on Jul 29th, 2022
Highlights of DCSO Presentation
Lt. Chad Davis provided an overview and answered community questions at the informative meeting on August 27.  He provided insights on the purpose of the Deschutes County Sheriff Office in Sisters and addressed questions and concerns expressed by PMV residents.  The two main issues that were discussed:  speeding and nuisance issues related to visitors at the Sokol Memorial Pond located in the southwest corner of PMV. 
Lt. Davis and three deputies provide public safety and service.  They routinely patrol Sisters streets including PMV.  To help address speeding concerns, they have placed a radar speed tracking device in PMV.  After receiving more community insights on the after hours activity at the pond and other areas, they are now expected to patrol our community at peak times when these situations occur, which is typically around 10 pm.
Lt. Davis encourages all PMV residents to feel comfortable calling the non-emergency phone number: 541.693.6911 to report
any situation that is unusual or against city ordinances.  This includes excess noise after 10 pm, unusual activity and traffic violations.  If reporting an incident involving a vehicle, provide them with two pieces of information:  license plate number and vehicle color.
Fawn Season
Please due not interfere with mother nature by touching or picking up fawns.  Their moms are feeding nearby and will come back for their young.
Oregon Department of Wildlife provide the following overview: 
Fawns and other young animals are rarely orphaned, so please leave them where you find them. Until they are strong enough to keep up with their mothers, fawns are left alone while their mother goes off to feed. Mother deer will stay away from the fawns to avoid leading predators to their young. Does return at dawn and dusk to feed and/or move their young.  The babies know to stay still and quiet, tucked into the grass where their mother left them.
Click here for an updated PMV site map.  Please keep in mind that PMV CC&R's require ARC review for any exterior alteration. 
Dark Sky Requirements
PMV requires that exterior lighting meet "Dark Sky" lighting requirements. PMV Development Standards Summary states that lamps must be fully shielded (no direct line of sight to the light bulb, includes patio string lights) and not exceed 60W.  If replacing incandescent or halogen lamps with LED lamps, make sure the lumen output does not exceed 840 lumens (equivalent to 60W incandescent bulbs).  Read more about the dark sky requirements.
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 and agendas for upcoming meetings.

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