The Pinetop Community Association (PCA) has over 600 properties in five different units (platted subdivisions defined in the 1960's and developed in subsequent years). PCA was formed in 1971 as non-profit corporation registered with the Arizona Corporation Commission. PCA is NOT a planned community and therefore is exempt from Arizona laws regulating a "Planned Community" and the community governing body. More then 90% of properties have been developed, some owners have multiple adjacent lots which create a buffer space around the home. We are proudly a Firewise Community.
2021 MARKS THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF Pinetop Community Association
A committee is currently working on our timeline history since 1971. Watch for more details in future newsletters, on this PCA website, and at the 2021 PCA Annual Meeting.”
News & Events
An employee from Arizona Game and Fish will be addressing this issue briefly in person at our Annual meeting. This time of year bears are looking for the basics (like us!) of food, shelter and water! Until the monsoon rains arrive, they’ll be around.
To minimize your chances of an unwanted encounter, remove any birdfeeders, water dishes, dog food or garbage cans (except on your designated garbage day), so they aren’t drawn to your home.
For further information, call AZ Game and Fish @ 928/367-4281, Monday-Friday, during their 8-5 normal business hours, if you have a problem/nuisance bear to report.
The number for 24/7 service is: 623-236-7201Read More
The Proxy Form enables members in good standing with PCA (current dues paid and no liens or assessments outstanding) to vote at our Annual Meeting. If you cannot attend the annual meeting in person, you may submit the proxy in advance by mailing it to our address shown on the bottom of the proxy.
To get a printable copy of the proxy form please follow this link: Proxy FormRead More
For years, but more recently especially, our “tranquil place of pine trees, peace and solitude” has been impacted by noise from additional traffic (more owners living on the mountain full or part-time), ATV’s passing through on their way to the National/Apache Forest (via our Fire Escape route), loose dogs, construction noise of new houses and many more visitors than in the past. Because of these reasons and more, the 2020-2021 Board of Directors approved and voted in a new “Quiet Hour Rule” effective January 21, 2021.Read More
So we are in the process of working properties (inspections and mitigation work)up to number 369 on the list – last year at this time we were on approx. 90. There are currently 800 property owners signed up for mitigation thinning work. To date, we have completed approximately 345 properties. We are planning to do our…Read More
PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE FROM GLORIA MUNDY!
I hope you are enjoying our 50th Anniversary timeline! Our committee of Jane Craig, Bob Stratman and Marj Sherman has spent many hours researching the history of our PCA in order to put this timeline together. Please take time to review and give us your feedback by calling 928-369-2410. I would like to thank the committee for a job well done.