Pinetop Community Association

Our "Good Neighbor Community" since 1971, located in beautiful Pinetop, Arizona. The Pinetop Community Association (PCA), where we live good neighbor to good neighbor, in a unique alpine environment. We're here to provide you with information about your Association that we hope will be useful to you — our members.


Our Community

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.”


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News & Events

PCA Board Of Directors Meeting – Jan. 21st. 2021 at 9:00am

PINETOP COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING –  Jan. 21st. 2021 at 9:00am Meeting will be online with Zoom

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Chief Morgan’s 2020 Community Firewise/RSG/Wildfire Newsletter Updates

The COVID 19 crisis continues to have impacts far beyond the medical aspects. Due to the Governor’s executive “Stay Home Order”, we are feeling the necessary changes such as social distancing, conducting meetings through a variety of technologies, and economic impacts. As we approach our seasonal wildland concerns, COVID 19 has reared its ugly head…

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July 2020 Newsletter - VIEW


This is an unusual summer without our Firewise Block Party or our regular in‐person Annual Meeting. As the worst part of the 2020 fire season is already underway, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all homeowners for maintaining/cleaning their property. We hope that you’ll enjoy your summer and are safely observing the Covid‐19 guidelines. You may continue to find Covid‐19 updates on our webpage www.PCA‐ The SAV (Sheriff’s Auxiliary of Navajo County) will patrol the PCA area during the July 4th and Labor Day weekends. We  have asked them to maintain a stationary presence on East Lane at the entrance to our fire escape route. They have agreed to do this in addition to their regular patrols. The PCA Board voted to increase our annual donation to SAV for their additional patrols.


Due to safety concerns for all of us during the Covid‐19 pandemic, our annual meeting will be held via conference call. An Absentee Ballot is enclosed with a self‐addressed stamped envelope for easy return. You will be voting on the 2020‐2021 Board of Directors, 2019 Annual Meeting Minutes, and Treasurer’s Report.


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