Important HOA Documents:
Reservations and protective covenants for Pine Meadow and Forest Meadow Ranch
Rules and Regulations
2019 - Rules and Fine Schedule
Uniform rules & regulations for the governance of road services, parking lots, and common areas of Pine Meadow and Forest Meadow Ranch
Bylaws of the Pine Meadow Ranch Owners Association
All construction on the Ranch must be pre-approved by the PMROA Environmental Control Committee per our protective covenants. Additional construction information is available further down this page.
Annual and special assessments.
Pine Meadow Ranch Owners Association collection policies
The guiding policies for the collection of monies owed.
Regulating all Fires on the Ranch (Protective Covenant #15):
If you are doing fuel-reduction/ brush clearing projects on your property, download this form and fill it out.
Time spent reducing the overall fire hazard on the Ranch qualifies us for matching funds from the Federal Government. These funds help us create fire breaks and reduce fuels along the roadways. For more information, contact the volunteer fire coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information: Summit County's Living with Fire Brochure.
Interesting Data on the Ranch:
Links of Interest:
The following are Web Sites that may be of interest to the Owners in Pine Meadow Ranch and Forest Meadow Ranch:
This is the Web Site for the Pine Meadow Mutual Water Company, serving the owners in Pine Meadow Ranch and Forest Meadow Ranch.
Summit County Recorder’s Office
The County Recorders Office maintains all land records for Summit County.
Property ownership, description, acreage and other related information is available through this office and also plat maps which will assist in locating property boundaries.
The Eastern Summit County Development Code
This is the County document which details the development plan for all of Eastern Summit County, of which we are a part.
Summit County Weed Directory
Photos of the noxious weeds requiring control in the county and on the ranch. In particular, we have problems with Dyers Woad, Canada Thistle, and Hoary Cress.