News/Events

News/Events

 

  • Quiet Pool Renovations: Start 4/26/2022, the renovations may take 6-8 weeks. The Family Pool will open around May 20th.
  • The Board of Director and HOA Office have mailed out a Spectrum Internet & TV Package proposal for members to vote on. All votes must be returned to the office no later than May 13, 2022 to be counted. There is only 1 vote per unit owner. If you have any questions after you receive the mailing, please reach out to the office 530-583-2307 or admin@lfghoa.com.
  • SPECIAL MEETING: Wednesday April 6, 2022 5:30 pm the Agenda will be a discussion and next steps regarding a Spectrum proposal for combined Internet & TV for LFG – Microsoft Teams meeting information

    • Proposal will go to members to vote on. Stay tuned for more detail.

  • LFG Newsletter: We are happy to announce our seasonal Summer newsletter. Please click HERE to view it. If you are set up for emails you will see an email on 3/11/2022 and for those that receive mail it will be coming with your dues statement.
  • LFG Pools and Tennis Courts Committee: Met on Saturday, February 26, 2022 – Discussion at Board meeting on 6/19/2022.
  • Homeowner Survey: A survey was email to homeowners on 2/1/2022 (that have email as a chosen contact method) and mailed to homeowners (that have regular mail as a chosen contact method). All responses need to be received by  2/28/2022. Discussion at Board meeting on 6/19/2022.
  • Snow Removal: Every HOA member should have received the Snow Removal Procedure by mail/email in the November packet and one was left at every door in October. Alan, the maintenance crew and our plow contractors will do there best to clear the snow as best they can.
    • Due to variable weather conditions and a wide geographic area of contracts, there is not an exact time of arrival for snow removal service.
      • You may have to perform your own snow removal if your schedule conflicts with the timing of snow removal for your property.  Keep snow shovels in your unit.+
  • 2021 Annual Homeowners Meeting & Election Results – Thank you to all the Board Members and Homeowners who were able to join the virtual meeting on 10/9/2021. The Agenda is posted, the Minutes   and PowerPoint presentation will be posted shortly.

Election Results: Please welcome Barbara Schoen, Doug O’Neal and Jim Cochrane for the next 3 Year term.

  • Annual Meeting 2021The Meeting will take place VIRTUALLY ONLY on Saturday October 9th. The Annual Picnic has been cancelled. The agenda has been mailed/emailed along with the election candidates information. Ballot will be counted virtually on October 8th at 5:00 pm, link will be posted within the week of the counting. ALL Ballots will be mailed by September 7th and must be received by the Election Inspector no later than October 7th.
  • Emergency Preparedness: With the prevalent fire season upon us we wanted to share some information with you, click HERE for information from the North Tahoe Fire Protection District. Click HERE for a PDF for Emergency Preparedness and Evacuation Guide. Also you can check the Emergency Info/Utilities/Local Info tab for the PDF for Emergency Preparedness and Evacuation Guide.
  • Pools – Hot tub – Sauna
    • Pools are closed for the season
    • Hot tub and Sauna are currently closed
    • There is no lifeguard on duty – use of the facilities is at your own risk
    • Strongly caution to continue Covid-19 protocols (Wearing Masks, Social Distancing, Hand Washing)
    • No glass containers in pool/hot tub/sauna area
    • Please be considerate of other pool/hot tub/sauna users
    • Quiet Pool renovations: There will still be some intermittent construction that will take a day or two, when we have those dates we will post them.
  • WINTER RECREATION PARKING (October 16 – April 30) – Snowmobiles on trailers ONLY
  • Water Bill/Meter Detail HERE – This link (click on headline link “HERE”) has been added to the website under “Emergency Info/Utilities/Local Info” tab and then under “Utility Providers” to explain the water bill and meter history and the reasons it is the way it is.
  • Placer County Short-Term Rental (STR) Compliant Hotline/Link – This link (click on headline) has been added to the website under “Emergency Info/Utilities/Local Info” tab and then under “Links to other information”. The following list has been pulled from HERE  and HERE to give you the general information:
    • Enforcement Procedure
    • Neighbors who experience problems with an STR should call the Host Compliance hotline number (530) 448-8003
    • Host Compliance won’t take anonymous calls (intent to avoid frivolous calls)]
    • Local contact gets first call; then Code Enforcement contacted
    • Local contact has one hour to resolve issues
    • Code Enforcement officer shows up one hour after initial call to investigate situation
    • If violation is resolved, no enforcement action needed
    • If violation is not resolved- possible NOV (Notice of Violation) to tenant and/or owner
    • If local contact works in good faith to resolve violation- no impact to owner
    • Administrative penalties of $500 per day for a first citation and $1000 per day for subsequent violations may be issued.
    • After three validated violations within a 12-month period at a given STR address, the permit may be revoked.
  • Tahoe Truckee Area Regional Transit (TART) – There’s a bus schedule outside the office window, we have flyers inside that we can hand out or you can find the schedule at https://tahoetruckeetransit.com/
  • CA. Dept. of Public Health’s Requirements to Re-Open Facilities:      The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) released “COVID-19 Industry Guidance” on June 5, 2020 (please click here to view the report). At the next board meeting on June 13, 2020 the Lake Forest Glen HOA Board of Directors will be reviewing the guidelines and requirements for re-opening facilities ie; pools, spas, saunas to determine when/if LFG can/will be opening the pools. The conclusion of their discussion will be posted here on the Website immediately following the meeting on June 13, 2020 or you can contact the office at 530-583-2307.
  • 24/7 Hotline for Short-Term Rental Nuisance ComplaintsPlacer County has begun implementing new legislation around short term rentals and homeowner requirements. It is each homeowners responsibility to make sure they are familiar with, and in compliance with the new ordinance regarding short term rentals. Placer County has also launched a 24/7 hotline for short-term rental nuisance complaints. To access the hotline information, please click here.
  • Homeowners Insurance: Homeowners at Lake Forest Glen are required to carry their own owner’s policy that covers Liability, Contents Coverage, and Building Coverage. Lately we have received a number of calls from homeowners stating that their insurance company will not be renewing their policies. We received some information from our insurance company who handles the HOA’s master policies that may help homeowners in their insurance endeavors. Please click here to review the “Top Ten Tips for Finding Residential Insurance” by Ricardo Lara, Insurance Commission, California Department of Insurance.
  • Fire Season RestrictionsAs you know, Lake Forest Glen prohibits the use of charcoal grills, you may only use gas grills. But did you know there are other items you are prohibited from using in the Lake Tahoe Basin? North Tahoe Fire/Meeks Bay Fire have provided a list of these other items that are prohibited. Please click here to review these items.
  • TCPUD (Tahoe City Public Utilities District) Rate Increase:  The TCPUD sent out a notice regarding their rate increase for 2019. To review the new rates please click here
  • Liberty Utilities Rate IncreaseLiberty Utilities sent out a notice regarding their rate increase for 2019. To review the new rates please click here 
  • Recreational Facility Cards:  The recreational facilities card for your unit will access the gate locks for the swimming pools/hot tub, and the tennis courts. There is not a code to punch in on the keypad, you must have your card to access the facilities. If you lose your card and need to get a replacement, contact the HOA office and let us know.  There will be a fee of $100 for replacing a lost card. We will issue a new card and deactivate the lost card. We have a limited number of “loaner” cards and may not have one available while you wait, so please be aware that there maybe a wait time to receive a replacement (this can take up to a few weeks).