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Unpaid 2015 Annual Dues are subject to a $10 Late Fee after May 1. An additional Past Due Administrative Processing Fee may also be charged.

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Our "Good Neighbor Community" since 1971. The Pinetop Community Association (PCA), where we live good neighbor to good neighbor, in a unique alpine environment. We're here to provide you with information about your Association that we hope will be useful to you — our members.
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~ News Releases About/ From PCA ~
Pinetop chief builds up leadership for fire season
Posted on May 4th, 2015 Comments (0)
The Pinetop Fire District Board recently approved a program called Meet and Confer that effectively organizes employees and management with the goal of being more transparent and holding decision makers and employees mutually accountable.
Firewise Reminder from AZ Interagency Wildfire Prevention & Information - March 4, 2015
Posted on Mar 28th, 2015 Comments (0)
MAKE YOUR HOME DEFENSIBLE FROM WILDFIRE ----The White Mountains may have received moisture recently, but we still need to be careful with fire. Warm daytime temperatures and high winds will dry out light fuels quickly, making it easy for fires to spread. Every spring homeowners should take a proactive approach to protecting their home and property from wildfire. By working with your neighbors, individual residents can make their own property – and their neighborhood – much safer from the flames and embers of a wildfire.
What exactly is the Home Ignition Zone?
Posted on Mar 5th, 2015 Comments (0)
How Property Owners Use the Zone Concept Protect From Wildfire
The primary goal for Firewise landscaping is fuel reduction — limiting the amount of flammable vegetation and materials surrounding the home and increasing the moisture content of remaining vegetation. The home itself and everything around it up to 100 – 200 feet is known as the ‘home ignition zone.’ 
Thinning of 33K acres - Upper Rocky Arroyo Restoration Project - WMI
Posted on Feb 24th, 2015 Comments (0)
APACHE-SITGREAVES NATIONAL FOREST — The Lakeside Ranger District held an open house on Feb. 11 on the Upper Rocky Arroyo Restoration Project at the Pinetop Game and Fish office. Employees were available to explain the project and answer questions. The project area is in the wildland urban interface bordering Pinetop-Lakeside and surrounding housing areas, private land and a total of 10 watersheds.
Firewise Communities FACT Sheet
Posted on Feb 22nd, 2015 Comments (0)
Where You Live. How You Live.

Over the past century, America’s population has nearly tripled, with much of the growth flowing into traditionally natural areas. This trend has created an extremely complex landscape that has come to be known as the wildland/urban interface. Encroaching development into forests, grasslands, and farms has put lives, property, and natural resources at risk from wildfire. Unfortunately, once a wildfire ignites, firefighters are limited in what they can do to protect the values in its path.
The National Firewise Communities Program is a national program that encourages partnerships among communities, homeowners, private industry, tribes, and public agencies and officials to develop and implement local solutions for wildfire preparedness – before a fire starts.
Pinetop Fire District Chief: Underwriters not insuring forest homes
Posted on Feb 14th, 2015 Comments (0)
The White Mountain Independent, Friday, February 6, 2015, Karen Warnick
PINETOP—LAKESIDE — The Pinetop Fire Department needs to work with the community to get ready for the next fire season and prevent the growing trend of underwriters not issuing insurance to properties that are either adjacent to forests or not “firewise". Fire Chief Jim Morgan told the board at the Jan. 26 meeting.
McCain-Flake: More Money to Fight Forest Fires
Posted on Feb 13th, 2015 Comments (0)

The White Mountain Independent, Friday, February 13, 2015, Karen Warnick
WHITE MOUNTAINS —U.S. Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake, along with several co-sponsors, have introduced two bills to Congress that would provide more money and resources for fighting catastrophic wildfires and make it easier for land managers and private businesses to partner on long-term, large-scale forest treatments.
Meet Joe Long our HOAMCO Community Association Manager
Posted on Jan 22nd, 2015 Comments (0)

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~ On the Calendar ~
PCA BoD Regular Meetings - 2015
Sunday, February 1st, 2015 to Sunday, September 27th, 2015
Pinetop Fire Department Station #12,
(5976 Buck Springs Road, Pinetop, AZ) Conference Room.
Starting time is AM. Members are Welcome at all regular BoD meetings scheduled for
     - July 18, 2015
     - August 8, 2015 BoD Election immediately after Annual Meeting adjourns.
     - September, 19, 2015
* * Late Annual Dues FEEs **
Monday, April 6th, 2015 to Thursday, December 31st, 2015
Annual Dues are subject to a $10 late fee when paid after May 1st and before June 2nd.
AFTER June 1st a "Late Dues Letter" mailing will be made which includes an ADDITIONAL $15 Processing Fee. Annual Dues plus Late Fee and additional mail processing cost brings the Late Dues amount payable after June 2nd to $65.
ANNUAL MEETING - August 8 - This is a CHANGE
Wednesday, June 17th, 2015 to Sunday, August 9th, 2015, August 8 - 8:15 Registration at Pinetop County Club
Annual Meeting Date Change - August 8, 2015

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