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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.
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News Update
Posted on Jan 22nd, 2022
Upcoming PMV Board Meeting
Please save the date for the next meeting scheduled for January 31, 2022 at 4 pm.
Hybrid format:  Clubhouse (masks required) and via Zoom.  Agenda and zoom link may be found by visiting the Meetings/Agenda web page.
PMV Parking During Snow Season
In accordance with City of Sisters Ordinance 473, when snow accumulation reaches 4 or more inches 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. In accordance with the City of Sisters Ordinance 473, all vehicles must be removed from the streets when plowing is expected. Vehicles not removed may be towed.  Your cooperation in following this ordinance also helps to create safer streets that can become icy when Dan, our General Manager, is plowing.
If time allows, the HOA will also clear sidewalks; however, if time doesn’t allow, it’s the responsibility of owners/tenants to make sure their sidewalk is clear of snow.   If a property is a rental, it’s the owner’s responsibility to ensure their occupant is aware of their snow removal responsibilities.
PMV Rental Resolution
Article 6, Section 6.1 of the PMV CC&R’s states “owners shall be permitted to rent the living unit to a maximum of 6 people when owner is not in occupancy”.   Children of all ages count towards that total maximum of 6. The HOA requires owners using their living unit as a rental to register with the PMV General Manager. 
The PMV Board of Directors approved this PMV Rental Resolution in the May 2021 board meeting.  All owners are asked to become familiar with this new rental resolution.
Register for Deschutes County Emergency Alert System
In the event of an emergency, Deschutes County officials can identify an affected area and, if necessary, send a message that describes the situation and recommend protective actions residents should take.
Example events that may trigger a DAS alert:
  • Emergency Evacuations (Fire, Flooding, Public Welfare, etc.)
  • Natural Disasters (Fire, Flooding, etc.)
  • Missing or Endangered Children or Elderly
  • Hazardous Material Incidents
  • Neighborhood Emergencies
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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PMV HOA Board Meeting
Monday, January 31st, 4 pm at Hybrid: Clubhouse and Zoom
All owners are welcome and encouraged to attend HOA board meetings.  The hybrid meeting format will continue at the Clubhouse and via Zoom.
Note:  Masks are required if attending at the Clubhouse.