News/Events

News/Events

  • QUIET POOL – WILL BE CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS – Starting Monday, 6/21/2021. As soon as we have a re-opening date we will post it here and at the pool. Please visit this Page for updates.
  • Nominating Committee – Meeting 6/11/2021
    •  Brief outline of SB 323 related to elections
    •  Confirmation that staff has resources to conduct 2021 election
      ACTION:  Report to HOA Board on meeting findings
  • Pool(s) will open 5/29/2021
    • Spa and Sauna are closed due to Placer county ordinances. Placer County is still in a Red tier.
    • 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 area
    • Please be considerate of other pool users
    • Quiet Pool renovations may begin within 30 days (will update once we have a date).
  • SUMMER RECREATION PARKING (May 1- October 15) –
    • BOAT/TRAILER PARKING – We have room for Boats on trailers 25’ or less. However, parking is limited and there may not be room, please call ahead. Please contact the office for a BOAT/TRAILER REGISTRATION Form or if you have any questions.
    • RV’s – We do not have room for Motorized RV’s or tow behind RV’s, we do not own the open dirt area in the Meadows and cannot park anything out there. Please contact the office for available space before you bring any RV to Lake Forest Glen.
  • Request for Volunteers – LFG Homeowners, The Board wanted to let you all know that Alan Miescke, our general manager of 29 years has announced his intention to retire. The board has started to consider the options we have to move the HOA forward under new management.As a result, the Board is reaching out to all LFG homeowners to ask for volunteers to help in this process. This will include collecting needs, distributing the RFP, assessing responses, interviewing potential candidates, and generally helping the board make the best choice for the future of the HOA. The Board is looking for homeowners who have experience in the areas described above and with a track record of hiring managers who will be responsible for large projects as well as day-to-day maintenance activities.If you are interested in serving on this committee, please contact Joslynn in the office by May 7th (admin@lfghoa.com). From those interested, 4 homeowners and 3 board members will be selected to execute this important work.
  • Tennis and Pool Committee meeting – will be held on Saturday, May 1st at 10 am to discuss the following items:
    • Project Updates – Tennis Courts and Quiet Pool
    • Possible Family Pool Re-opening – Action: Recommendation to LFG HOA Board of Directors
    • Holiday weekends – Possible extra measures to be addressed for the pools
    • Please feel free to join the Zoom Meeting – all are welcome to attend!
  • 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 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.
  • LFGHOA Pool & Tennis Committee Meeting – With Chairperson Josette, to discuss options for re-opening the pool. The meeting will be held on Zoom (click HERE to join) on Feb 7, 2021 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada). Any homeowner is welcome to attend any committee meeting. If you want to join a committee, please contact the Committee Chairperson, or contact the HOA office and they can forward your information to the Chairperson. If you are unable to attend and would like to make a statement, you are welcome to email your comments to admin@lfghoa.com and they will be read during the committee meeting.  For time management purposes, please limit the number of emails to one email per owner.
  • Tahoe Truckee Area Regional Transit (TART) -Winter services update 12/10/2020, see detail here. 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/
  • Office Administrative Assistant– Alan would like to welcome Joslynn Williams to the office as the new Administrative Assistant as of 11/2/2020. She is very excited to be here. If you are walking by the office feel free to give a wave.
  • 2020 Annual Homeowners Meeting & Election Results – Thank you to all the Board Members and Homeowners who were able to join the Zoom meeting on 10/10/2020. The Agenda and PowerPoint presentation are now posted on the site and the draft minutes will hopefully be posted shortly.
    • Election Results: Please welcome Jessica Taff, Kathy Livermore & Alan Nelson for the next 3 Year term.
  • Update July 22, 2020 – Following our board meeting held July 18, 2020, the Lake Forest Glen pools, spa and sauna will remain closed until further notice. The tennis courts and pickleball courts are open for use with the Placer County social distancing protocols in place. The board will review re-opening the pool at the next board meeting. The Pool & Tennis Court Committee will hold another meeting prior to our next board meeting to discuss updates/changes. If you wish to attend/join the committee meeting please email your interest to the office and we will forward it to the chairman who can send you the invitation to join. If you have any questions please feel free to call or email the office. Thank you.
  • 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.
  • LFG Facilities & COVID-19
    Please excuse the delay in posting any new information as our web-sight crashed a couple weeks back and we have been working diligently to restore it and get it back up to date!!
    ∼ On your last 2 billing statement we included some information regarding the status of things here in the Glen, and included a link to the Placer County web-sight for more information surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on our local area. Please click here to be taken to Placer County’s web-sight to review their most up to date information.
    ∼ We have opened up the tennis and pickle ball courts. The courts may only be used by “same household/family members” at one time, please following the CDC, state and county orders regarding social distancing etc.
    ∼ Both pools and spa remain closed at this time. We continue to monitor both State and County regulations and suggestions, and will continue to reevaluate the status of closures as things progress.
    ∼ The office will remain “closed” or in a locked-down state until further notice, however we are still here working normal hours, Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., so if you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 530-583-2307, or you can email us at admin@lfghoa.com.
    ∼ We are focused on the health and safety of all our members, our staff and the community and thank you for your patience and understanding in these crazy times. Thank you and stay safe!!!
  • Annual Meeting 2020:  Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, we are unsure how the Annual Homeowners Meeting which is scheduled for Saturday, October 10, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. will be conducted this year. We are reviewing our options and the laws regarding this matter. We will update you when we know more.
  • 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 will not be able to provide a “loaner” card while you wait, so please be aware that there will be a wait time to receive a replacement (this can take up to a few weeks).