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The Meadowmont Property Owners Association (MPOA) represents the owners of properties in the residential subdivision of Meadowmont.  Meadowmont’s 1,421 improved and unimproved lots are in Calaveras County at an elevation of 4,000 feet in the foothills of California’s Sierra Nevada mountains.”

Our purpose is to provide services to the Members as stated in our Governing Documents and also services, that the membership & the Board of Directors determine to be necessary for the successful operation of the Association.  These are necessary to protect the rights, interests, and privileges of all members and their respective properties.  The Association is a non-profit, mutual benefit corporation also Governed by CA State Law (Davis-Sterling).

Here is our 2108 MPOA Fall-Winter Newsletter Final .

Our next Board meeting will be Tuesday May 14, 2019 7:00 pm @ the Chappel in the Pines Meeting Cabin.

Here is the Agenda: MPOA Agenda 5.14.19


Located adjacent to Highway 4, and the Arnold Rim trail Arnold is renowned for its scenic sierra beauty and convenient access to skiing, boating, hiking, golf and numerous other recreational activities.  Property owners enjoy four seasons that include winter snows and wonderfully moderate summer temperatures typical of the Sierra Nevada.

On this MPOA website, you will find lots of helpful current information.  

Here is a 2018 list of Vendors who have attended the Cal Fire Class for Tree and Brush removal services in order for residents to comply with PRC 4291.

MPOA strongly supports the Fire Wise and VIP (Volunteers in Prevention) Program.  Our wonderful local group of volunteers inspect properties for compliance with Cal Fire PRC 4291.  Volunteers welcome.  2nd inspections have been completed. Violation notices to be sent by Cal Fire.

We are very fire and natural disaster conscious, and on this site have provided you with check lists and recommended ways of protecting yourself in case of an emergency.  Efforts are in process to circumnavigate Arnold with a Fire Break.  Our fire prevention check lists and emergency evacuation information serve as guides for you to use to maintain your personal safety and that of your family, friends and the safety of your property should a wildfire or other natural disaster occur in our area.  We are conscious of water conservation and have provided the latest information on this topic. Recent CCWD reports, do indicate a future water rate increase in 2018.

PG&E is still removing downed trees and continues to do their power line review, PG&E wants property owners approval to remove more vegitation under their power lines to remove fire fuel and make your property more fire safe. The County is actively clearing problem trees in their County Roadway easement 15Ft from road center.  We encourage owner complaints to the County to clear their culverts and curb drainage systems for drain water control.

REALTORSRealtor requests for Association Disclosure Forms HOA 1,2,3 should be emailed to:

TITLE COMPANIES:  Request for Demands for Member Assessment information and Account Balances should be emailed to: 

IMPORTANT: Click the link below for our MPOA Architectural Modification Application and Tree Removal Request form.  ARC APP  This must be submitted and approved by MPOA prior to doing any changes on your property.

You may email this form to our Manager at   for processing.

Here is our voice mail message phone # (209) 795-1973 .

Sincerely, MPOA Board of Directors & Management


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