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News Update
Posted on Aug 30th, 2020

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
 
POOL/SPA: Open daily from 8:30 - 5:30 pm
The State of Oregon requires PMV to maintain a contact log.  For the pool to remain open, everyone entering the pool area must sign in with name and address.  Anyone not signing in may have their pool privileges deactivated.  Identification of owners may be tracked through each key card's identification number.  Anyone who is 30 days behind in their dues may have their access card deactivated.  
 
Please visit Pool/Spa/Tennis  page of this website for important detailed rules and information.
 
Clubhouse ~ Closed during phase 2
The Clubhouse will remain closed during phase 2. 
 
ARC Report
Click here for an updated PMV site map.  Please keep in mind that PMV CC&R's require ARC review for any exterior alteration. 
 
As spring arrives, many owners may be considering improvement projects.  Please remember most exterior projects will require ARC approval.  While it's important for all owners to be familiar with the PMV CCR's, here is a CCR Quick Reference Guide, which summarizes some of the critical information contained in that document. 
 
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.
 
Trees in Pine Meadow Village
To assist with the beauty and enjoyment of our neighborhood, some action may be necessary to assure these street trees are maintained. Owners are asked to determine what action should be taken with trees on their property and then take appropriate steps to either remove or treat diseased trees. 
 
The City of Sisters has established requirements for planting street trees every 30 feet in the parking strip adjacent to the sidewalks.  These rules apply to  all PMV properties.  If new street trees are to be planted, the City Requirements should be referenced prior to the homeowner contacting the ARC for approval.  If a PMV lot has existing street trees that are in need of removal, the City of Sisters should be contacted about the removal and replacement required by City Code. If the City will allow removal and replacement, the ARC must approve the type of street tree replacement on each PMV lot. 
 
Homeowners can use the PMV website to contact the ARC regarding PMV recommended trees and shrubs for PMV. Only 'parkway' (street) trees must be replaced according to the City of Sisters Street Tree Regulations. Other trees planted on PMV lots must only be reviewed by the ARC for approval.  
 
Reminder:  tree limbs hanging over streets or sidewalks should trimmed for safe walking and adequate clearance for vehicles, including trucks during snow plowing season.
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!

Last Edited: 12/15/2017 at 07:40 AM


Comment By: Kathleen Borick
Posted on Dec 15, 2017

Good job Kim with the website.

Last Edited: 08/12/2018 at 11:41 AM


Comment By: Matt Dehning
Posted on May 28, 2020

I have noticed that many home owner's have cut down their street trees and they have not been replaced. I think that it is time that they are either replaced, or a fine should be assessed. Please respond with a plan. Thanks, Matt.