Header Pier Photo: Dave Hargus
Site was updated 1/12/2017 @ 1am (ds)
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Welcome to our Website!
Happy New Year!
More rain expected soon, be careful out there!
NOTICE Board of Directors Meeting, Sat. 2/18/17 at 9am Here is the AGENDA
Photo by Cindi Heller
Winter has arrived and its wet and wild!
Check out our Pier Webcam, LMP Wildlife Page and Previous Postings!
*And now...please join our new Facebook page for Members at:
For current information, maps, treatments, & projections regarding the sierra Tree Mortality Task Force go to http://egis.fire.ca.gov OR http://calforests.org. If you have dead trees please take them down.
Our 2017 Budget/Newsletter/Updated Rules packets have been mailed to all owners. Owners who have opted to receive their documents electronically were emailed this information and may also view this information on this website by following the log in instructions sent to you. The Annual Assessment is now due. $410 for improved properties and $290 for unimproved lots.
Here is our November Newsletter
And our updated: Guidelines For Conduct.
A fond farewell to our former recreation Director and Friend Carla Laucci. Her smile, tender ways and positive spirit will be missed. Rosa, we must say goodbye to your Mother and good friend. May you find peace in knowing that she was loved by everyone at LMP.
What a Nice Labor day weekend
Staff has gone for the summer season. Hope you all had a great time at the Beach! Hope to see you next summer.
Members, please inspect your improved and unimproved properties for dead and dying trees and have them removed! We are experiencing a tree mortality crisis due to the drought and beetles. Trees not removed by winter may fall in the high winds and snow load. Call PG&E first to see if they will remove your trees!
According to our Supervisor Michael Oliveira, PG&E has announced that along with felling dead/dying trees and dangerous trees next to their power lines, they will now be removing ALL the slash and logs from the property! This applies to trees that are already down on a property retroactive for one year. This is very helpful to properties experiencing dead trees due to the drought and beetles. Call PG&E at 1-800-743-5000.
Want to help your trees through the drought and fend off beetles? Here is tree watering info.
Here is a LIST of Lot cleaners and Tree Services Vendors from EPFD.
If your tree is brown, please, take it down!
CCWD has implimented a new on line payment program for their customers. Here is information on how to sign up for this new service. UPDATE: Main water line replacement in Arnold is nearing completion.
Call Cal Fire to check on current burn days and rules: 209-754-6600
Forest Debris dump sites: Red Hill: 209-736-2144 or
Rock Creek: 209-754-6403 or Miller's in Avery 209-795-4875.
Call first for hours of operation and details on what they will take.
Thank you to the 40 volunteers who joined us on Saturday, May 28th for our Annual Spring clean up day. We raked needles, planted flowers and the staff cleaned our facilites. We had a nice sloppy joe lunch (Thanks Lisa) and coleslaw (Thanks Jill) for all our volunteers. Thank you Justin Dollar for loading all the debris! Looking forward to another great summer!
Our 2016 Outdoor Movies nights are over. We had nice attendance and memories. See you next year!
We also had a great turnout for our Campfire. Great stories, jokes and music along with some great Smores!
Please, always display your LMP ID Tag & Parking Pass.
Here is our 2016 Updated ID Tag Policy
CCWD has announced that all water conservation restrictions have been lifted. Please continue to be water wise.
Our new swings are installed and ready for fun!
Tilly the Turtle
Photo by Laura Baughmman
Photo by Katherine Milar
Trees steaming in the morning sun.
Yea...the new swings are great!!!
*Want to help and contribute ideas for the upgrade of the trail around our Lake? Join our Lake Trail Committe. They provided a presentation at our annual meeting. The Board has approved funds to do some clean up along Lakewood Dr shoreline and make the trail safer.
*If you are interested in Calaveras County Information, Board of Supervisor's meetings/Agendas, property tax information, maps, hot issues and public information etc.....
Here is the Calaveras County website link
* Go to the Calaveras web site link above and Register with Code Red to receive reverse 911 alerts & information from the County via cell phone(s), text & email.
*Ebbetts Pass Fire District recently completed an Insurance Services Office(ISO) evaluation which has upgraded the District's Fire Protection Classification to a 2/2X effective February 1, 2016. For more info click here!
*The devastating Butte fire revealed numerous problems with our County emergency services. Would you like to participate and help. Calaveras Community Emergency Response (CERT) is looking for volunteers. If you would like to help, click here CERT for more information.
*Bear Valley is scheduled to open after Thanksgiving. Call 209-753-2301 for info on their winter programs. Here is their webcam link
*Time to blow off roofs, clean gutters/downspouts and rake and remove winter debris from your property. The deadline for cleanup is now. Second inspections are in process. Be Fire Safe and Fire Wise! Here is a list of lot cleaners and trees removal services. They are very busy. If your dead trees are next to power lines call PG&E to inspect, mark and remove trees.
*CCWD: The Reach 3A Transmission water Pipeline Replacement Project along HWY 4 is nearly complete in Arnold.
Don't forget to email your questions and comments...
We welcome your input!