Welcome to the Pine Meadow Ranch Owners Association Website.
Pine Meadow Ranch is in the beautiful Wasatch Mountains, located minutes away from Park City, Utah. The ranch consists of roughly 850 privately-owned lots, ranging in size from 1/2 to 10 acres. The Ranch is managed by the Pine Meadow Ranch Home Owners Association.
6/29/2019 - Fire Awareness Community Picnic
June 29th 11-3pm at the Temporary Fire Station (upper winter parking lot, 1567 W Arapahoe Dr)
North Summit Fire Corps will be cooking hot dogs and hamburgers and will provide water and Gatorade to drink.
Bring a chair and a side to share. Or come as you are, we don't care.
We plan on having information tables from North Summit Fire District, Summit County CERT, Summit County Fire Warden, and Local Lot Clearing Services.
We may even have a helicopter show up, so stop on by, meet your neighbors in person, and see what we are doing to protect our community. Who knows, you may even be impressed enough to volunteer yourself!
PMR CC&R Update
Owner input meetings for new CCRs were held May 18
A draft of updated Conditions Covenants and Restrictions (CCRs) was sent to PMROA owners for review prior to the input meetings on May 18. If you have not received a copy, we may not have your current email address.
To receive a copy of the new CCRs draft, please contact Carol at the ranch office by emailing you name and lot number (or ranch street address) to: email@example.com or by telephone at 801-461-0171.
Your voice is essential to this process. Please review the draft and tell us what you favor and don’t favor. The CCRs Committee will incorporate your input in a revised draft leading to a successful membership vote this summer.
Why update our CCRs?
CCRs are the rules on which all legal decisions are based on behalf of the ranch.
Our current CCRs were written in the early 1970's. Some of the rules are poorly defined and hinder the board’s ability to govern. Furthermore, there are multiple sets of CCRs that are contradictory and potentially expose the HOA to costly litigation.
The update is intended to close our legal vulnerabilities, clarify the rules and address new issues that have arisen on the ranch since the current CC&Rs were drafted nearly 50 years ago.
Why it is important for you to vote?
The ranch is experiencing a surge in development. Our community has grown from a part-time cabin retreat to an exurb with over 130 full time homes. Larger homes are being built. The rapid growth is challenging our infrastructure while redefining our community. Updating our CC&Rs will help preserve the unique character of Tollgate.
Updating our CC&Rs requires a 67% “yes” vote by all owners. That translates to 544 “yes” votes, a tall order for any HOA. If you do not vote, your vote will be counted as a “no” vote. That is why the entire community must get involved in updating the CC&Rs to help protect your investment in our ranch’s natural beauty and wildlife.
~The PMRHOA CCR'S Committe
Summer Road Maintenance
If you are aware of a road on the ranch that needs specific maintenance this summer, please contact your area rep with requests. The board will be prioritizing projects for the summer during the May and June regular monthly meetings. Area rep contact info can be found on the Contacts page.
When the recycle bin gets full, just call the number on the side: 800-373-0143 and let the folks know we need a pick up. They're happy to do it (happier than picking our trash up off the ground)
We thank you.
July 16th, 2019 6:30 pm-8:30 pm
Location: Ranch Managers Office
@ Winter lot
May through October:
The 3rd Tuesday of the month, 6:30 to 8:00 pm at:
Ranch Manager's Office
Winter Parking Lots
Pine Meadow Ranch
December through April:
These meetings are at the Kimball Junction Library, located at 1885 W. Ute Blvd, Park City, UT 84098
(Agendas and Minutes are posted on the HOA Meetings page.)
We're on facebook
In an attempt to create an easy access forum for owners, we've started a Facebook page. Go to www.facebook.com/pinemeadowranch to share thoughts about the ranch as well as find out about road conditions, or share a picture of that moose in your yard.
Fish from Bobcat Springs
If you have building questions or need help with forms, please contact our Architectural Committee here:
Tollgate Snow Cam