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News Update
Posted on Aug 3rd, 2019

Wildfires
The summer and wildfire season  is here, so now is the time to prepare for the "what ifs" of a wildfire in Sisters. 
 
Here are a few useful links to informative web sites: Project Wild Fire and Central Oregon Fire.   The first site provides useful fire mitigation information; the second site provides information on prescribed burns, air quality and more.  Deschutes County Wildfire Preparation is another valuable resource for wildfire preparation.
 
Wildlife
We’d like to remind all PMV owners/tenants that the City of Sisters passed Ordinance 457 (identification code 6.12.105) in March 2015 that prohibits feeding the deer.  It reads:
A person, who knowingly places, deposits, distributes, stores or scatters food, garbage or any other attractant as to constitute a lure, attraction or enticement for deer, may be issued a written notification by an agent of the City of Sisters requiring the person to remove the food, garbage or other attractant within two days of notification.
 
The City Council passed the ordinance in response to concerns for the safety of both people and pets and the unintended consequence of inviting prey (coyotes and cougars) into our neighborhoods.

The ordinance does indicate it is a Class B violation, which carries a $250 fine. The City first sends a notification to someone and attempts to get voluntary compliance prior to citing them.

A district wildlife biologist for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's Deschutes Wildlife District said, "We are pleased with the passage of the ordinance; feeding deer causes damage problems for neighbors, and creates human/dog safety issues by fostering "aggressive' deer. Feeding unnaturally concentrates deer, making disease transmission easier, and it can focus predators in areas of unnatural deer concentrations."
 
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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Comment By: Fred and Kim Fischbach
Posted on Dec 15, 2017

Please let the HOA Board know if there is other information you'd like to have included on this web site or in our newsletters. Thank you!


Comment By: Kathleen Borick
Posted on Dec 15, 2017

Good job Kim with the website.