|Meetings held on 3rd Thursday of month at 9:30|
FIRE FUEL REDUCTION EVENT
For the Month of April
Thanks to owner donations to the
Natural Resources Fund
and to a
obtained by the
Fire Safety Committee,
we have funding for the next
major debris pick-up event.
LADDER FUEL REDUCTION PERMIT:
This is a new Permit opportunity for you and your neighbors to trim for Ladder Fuel Reduction.
The Application Fee of $25 will be waived
for the first 20 people
who bring in their Ladder Fuel Applications
to the office for PRC processing
by the deadline of March 30th.
Applications are in the office and on the HPMA Website.
(Select on the link below for the application)
(This Ladder Fuel Reduction Permit debris pick-up
is a FREE opportunity, normally,
cost of pick-up would be the Property Owner's responsibility).
Bring the Fire Fuel Debris
to the roadside from
April 13 to April 28.
Beko's Tree Service will be picking up
Fire Fuel debris
2019 SUMMER FIRE SEASON PREPARATION - FACT SHEET # 1
Did you know that …on your Private Lot ….without a permit you can:
Decaying material (leaves, mulch, and nurse logs greater than 4” in diameter) should remain on the forest floor to provide nutrients and hold moisture.
(R&R Article IV, Section 19 A 2)
Did you know that in the Common Area adjacent to your lot
with a Non-permit Work Order you can:
(R&R Article IV, Section 19 B 3)
Non-permit Work Orders are available at the Office. There is No fee.
The purpose of an NPWO is to document that you are authorized to perform the above actions in the Common Area. Fines exist for unauthorized work.
Reports & Information
Fire Safety Day - May 5, 2018
Chair, Myron Ougendal
Board Rep: Nancy Scarola
Members: David Swart, Frank Rowland, Michelle Bell, Ann Dagle, Ann McDonald, Roberta Pickert
Myron Ougendal: email@example.com