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Next Pinebrook Event
St. Patrick’s Day Adult Party
TBD (March 11th)
Memorial Day Weekend Band Social
Saturday, May 29, 2023 – 6:00 pm Picnic Area
Bring your own Picnic Dinner & Drinks
Family Outdoor Movie Night
Saturday, Jun 17, 2023 – 6:00 pm Picnic Area
Hotdogs, Chips, Popcorn, Water, Soft Drinks &
Margarita Mix Provided
Bring Lawn Chairs & Favorite Beverage
Independence Day Weekend Celebration
Saturday, July 1, 2023
Arnold Parade 8:30 am Pinebrook Beach
Barbecue 5:00 pm
Fireworks 9:00 pm
Burgers, Brats, Dogs, Chips & Drinks Provided
Potluck for Sides and Desserts
Sunday, July 2, 2022
10:00 am – Basketball, Pickleball & Disc Golf Competition
1:00 pm Games at the Beach
Family Outdoor Movie Night
Saturday, July 15, 2023, in Picnic Area
8:00 pm Social 9:00 pm Movie
Hot dogs, Chips, Popcorn, Water, Soft Drinks & Margarita
Bring Lawn Chairs & Your Own Favorite Beverage
Fire Safety Inspections This Year
Our hope for a rainy season did not happen again this year, so it looks like High Fire Danger in the Sierra. Please get your property in compliance and be ready for inspections which will start around June 1st. Fire compliance requirements are on the website – Key Information/Fire Safety. Please download Pinebrook P&P 12 – Fire Safety and print it out for reference.
- EPFD does bare lot inspections and their plan is to start inspecting when the new leaves are out and there is no forecast of snow, so when the Dogwood blooms.
- CalFire through volunteers does improved properties. No details yet but expect inspections to start around June 1st.
- Now is the time to get your properties in compliance with a lot to do with the tree damage from the December storm.
A list of lot cleaners is on the website – navigate to
Greater Arnold Area Services & Entertainment
and then “select”
Snow, Tree, Green Debris Removal
Then you can print out the list.
Reporting Emergencies –
When available, always use a Land Line for 911 phone
calls. In many instances, cell phones result in slow
response time. Land line 911 calls go direct to Calaveras
County 911 Dispatch.
When Cell Phone must be used, it is suggested to call
Calaveras County Sheriff Dispatch at 209 754-6500
which is always available to report your emergency. They
will transfer you to the right organization if needed via
While not always “manned”, here are other phone
numbers to call: –
o EPFD 209 795-1646
o CalFire 209 795-1542
Email – email@example.com
Website – www.pinebrookhoa.com
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