Annual Chipping begins 6/17

The Board appreciates all your efforts to remove dead standing and down vegetation in the interest of reducing the accumulation of fuel and the potential for a spreading fire. As you accumulate brush by the roadside, we request that you:

1. Join piles with your neighbor if there are already established piles in your vicinity.

2. Pile brush so that the cut (butt) ends of the brush are all facing in the same direction. Residents on Four Wheel Drive are encouraged to have the butt ends facing down hill toward the exit to the community.

3. Make sure that any roots or branches are free of rocks and dirt that could damage the chipper.

4. Do not pile brush in the vicinity of fire hydrants.

Many thanks for helping to make Lion Mountain safe and beautiful!

Seeking Board Members

The board will be seeking 2 new members at the August 2024 general meeting. If you would like to nominate yourself, please reach out to Lauren King for more information.

Firewise Chat

Thanks to all the neighbors who joined us for the “Firewise Chat” at Solems.  For those of you who couldn’t make it, attached is a summary of what we learned from DNRC representative Holly McKenzie about what we can do to prevent fires in Lion Mountain.  Please take a moment to read thorough this important information and feel free to reach out with questions about the next steps you can take to protect your property and our neighborhood.