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News Update
Posted on Dec 1st, 2023

Call for Volunteers:  Community Connections Committee
The HOA Board has approved a new committee titled 'PMV Community Connections'.   The objective of the committee is to sponsor and organize activities in Pine Meadow Village that will generate more connections among neighbors.  A group of homeowners met in October to brainstorm ideas that they felt would generate greater neighbor-to-neighbor connection.  Many ideas were discussed including: 
  • Music events, movie nights
  • Socials (coffees, happy hours, BBQs)
  • Interest groups (book clubs, travel, dance)
  • Neighbors Helping Neighbors (small tasks if a neighbor is temporarily immobile)
  • Education sessions (emergency preparedness, Alzheimer's, development in Sisters). 
We are ready to start planning some initial activities and are looking for volunteers who would be willing to assist in the planning. If you would be interested learning more or participating on this committee, contact Bob Johnson or call at 541.760. 3542 by December 8, 2023.
Mailbox Survey Results
The recently completed survey results regarding community mailboxes in PMV is now posted on the Newsletters/Surveys page of this website.  Board discussions about this topic may also be viewed in the November 13 Board Meeting Minutes posted on the Meeting Minutes page.
Upcoming Events
Coffee Social:  Wednesday, December 6, 2023 ~ 9:30 am
Snow Season
As a reminder, 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 throughout PMV serves 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, all vehicles must be removed from the streets when plowing is expected. Vehicles not removed may be towed.  Your cooperation in following this ordinance helps to create safer streets that can become icy when Dan, our General Manager, is plowing.
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.  If time allows, the HOA may clear sidewalks; however, if time doesn’t allow, it is the resident's responsibility to ensure their sidewalks are clear for pedestrian 
Trash and Recyle Containers
Trash containers should not be visible from the street or alley.  Please store your containers behind a screened area.
PMV Parking Violations
Deschutes County Non-Emergency Phone Number:  541.693.6911
City of Sisters has jurisdiction over the streets in PMV.  Please use this number to report parking violations and other unusual activity in PMV.  This includes excessive noise after 10 pm.  If reporting an incident involving a vehicle, provide them with two pieces of information:  license plate number and vehicle color.
City of Sisters Tree Ordinance
The preservation of trees in Sisters is important to the community, but it is understood that sometimes a tree may die or get diseased which can create potential hazards if not responsibly removed. The City has several requirements regarding removal and major pruning of significant trees. These regulations vary if you have a private tree (located within the boundary of an owner’s property lines) or if they are public trees (located in City owned property or right-of-way).  This flyer provides additional
information on tree removal and pruning.
PMV owners should also contact the ARC when tree work is planned.
PMV CCR Compliance
The PMV Homeowners Association has established an online ticket system to provide owners with an opportunity to express a CCR compliance-related concern.  Before using this ticket system homeowners are encouraged to talk directly with their neighbor to resolve any issue or CCR compliance-related concern before seeking enforcement from the HOA General Manager and Board of Directors.
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.
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.

Comment By: Dianne Wargo
Posted on Nov 7, 2021

Thank you, Kim and board for the newsletter. Good to read the news.
Dianne W

Comment By: Matt Dehning
Posted on Dec 27, 2021

Hey Dan thanks for all your hard work during our recent snow event! We appreciate it! Happy holidays!

Comment By: Matt Dehning
Posted on Aug 3, 2022

Hi Dan! Can you please ensure residents are trimming their sidewalk trees. Many trees are becoming a hazard when you have to duck to get around them. Also residents need to replace the trees that have been removed. Thanks

Last Edited: 08/14/2022 at 09:15 AM