Pine Mountain Club Property Owners Association

Pine Mountain Club was formed in the 1970s primarily as a vacation and retirement area. Over the years, the community has grown and evolved and is now home to full-time residents who commute into surrounding cities, are self-employed, or who have retired on the mountain. Many other property owners are “weekenders” who live and work in surrounding cities but come up to PMC periodically, or who use their homes as vacation or full-time rentals. Others own land here but do not have homes on their properties.

Needless to say, a system of governance is necessary to help keep Pine Mountain Club functioning smoothly and to maintain the peace and tranquility that its diverse members desire. Pine Mountain Club Property Owners Association, including its staff and Board of Directors, utilize a series of documents that define the rules and practices that must be followed in managing the community and it facilities. These documents include the Articles of Incorporation, the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs), the Bylaws, an Environmental Control Code, Association Rules and more.
These documents are adhered to by the Board of Directors, General Manager, staff and the numerous committees that assist in leading the community. The documents are updated when necessary, and great care is taken to ensure that all documents and rules comply with state and county laws and ordinances. When necessary, legal counsel is consulted to assist the Board in ensuring compliance or to offer guidance in the decision-making process.
For more information, please click here to view or print the pamphlet “Understanding the Governing Documents.”