MARCH BOARD MEETING: Friday, March 27, 2015
TIME: 6 pm WHERE: Ross Aragon Community Center
MARCH ACC MEETING: Thursday, March 12, 2015
TIME: 2pm WHERE: 401 Eight Mile Loop
The ACC normally meets on the first Thursday of the month to review plans, etc. We encourage people to submit plans at least one week in advance of the meeting. If you have any questions, you may call David Parker 946-9215.
Letter & Authorization Form for LLHOA Green address signs
CURRENT Minutes, Reports and Bulletins: Please see the Agendas, Meetings and Minutes Tab to view links to archived documents.
02-20-2015 Board Minutes (D)
01-16-2015 Board Minutes (A)
12-07-2014 Board Minutes (A)
NOTE: To view archived minutes, reports and agendas, click on the “Agendas, Meetings and Minutes” tab below the picture at the top of this page. Or click here: Agendas, Meetings and Minutes
02-2015 Firewise Bulletin (Printable Report)
Have you had a Home Ignition Zone assessment done on your home? It’s quick, easy,
and free! It could make a big difference in the event of a wildfire, whether the fire
approaches your house or just sends burning embers your way. You should also consider
having your driveway assessed to determine its accessibility by emergency vehicles.
This includes the width and height clearances as well as the turn-around space at your
house. Both of these assessments together take about an hour. Keep in mind that, in a
wildfire situation in our community, fire fighters will not approach a dwelling if they
cannot safely get their equipment in and out of a driveway. Contact Peggy Beach at
264-0463 or email@example.com to make an appointment or for more information.
Another source of funding has opened up. The National Fire Protection Agency
(NFPA) and State Farm Insurance are sponsoring sixty-five $500 project awards to
implement neighborhood projects as part of Wildfire Community Preparedness Day on
May 2, 2015. The projects can be individual or group activities that contribute to
making our homes and development more fire resistant. Applications must be in by
midnight on March 5. For more information and to get the application form, visit the
NFPA website at http://www.WildfirePrepDay.org. Suggested project ideas from this website
* Rake and remove pine needles and dry leaves within a minimum of 5 feet of a home’s
foundation. As time permits – continue up to a 30 foot distance around the home.
Dispose of collected debris in appropriate trash receptacles.
* Get out your measuring tape and see how close wood piles are located to the home. If
closer than 30 feet, they need to be relocated and moved at least 30’ away from
* Sweep porches and decks clearing them of leaves and pine needles. Rake under decks,
porches, sheds and play structures and dispose of debris.
* Mow grasses to a height of four inches or less.
* Collect downed tree limbs and broken branches and take them to a disposal site.
* Remove items stored under decks and porches and relocate it to a storage shed, garage,
* Join forces with neighbors and pool your resources to pay for a chipper service to remove slash.
* Visit the Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association site at rmiia.org and
download free home inventory software. Work together as a family to videotape and
take photos of your possessions – that ensures you’ll have the documentation needed to replace belongings.
Peggy Beach, FireWise Ambassador
937 San Juan Dr.