The Spirit of Pine Valley

A Unique Community Living with Nature

Contact Information for Cattle Problems and Fence Issues

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Cattle problems in our neighborhood, including any issue you notice on Jack’s Canyon:

  • Call Jay Ride at (208) 420-6466.

Fence issues:

  • Call Steve Fiedler at (928) 254-1347 – he will coordinate repairs.

If you have any difficulty contacting them, feel free to send an email to richardbusbea@gmail.com

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Yard Waste Dumpster for Pine Valley Property Owners Association Members

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Please note our spring and fall dumpsters are a benefit provided to PVPOA members only – as part of your dues.

In spring and fall, dumpsters are provided to help members with brush removal so our neighborhood remains defensible from wildfires. PVPOA members will receive updates about the dates the dumpster is placedvia email.

  • WHAT for tree trimmings, weeds, and other “organic” matter.
  • WHY  a benefit provided to PVPOA members as part of your dues.

General Rules:

  1. Please only place green waste in the dumpster (no plastic bags or other inorganic material).
  2. Please be neat to keep the area clean for our neighbors who live in the area of the dumpster.
  3. Please compress the material you place in the dumpster to best utilize the space.
  4. If you bring firewood to the dumpster, please stack it neatly beside the dumpster for others to take.
  5. Keep in mind these dumpsters are provided to help members with brush removal so our neighborhood remains defensible from wildfires.

If you have any questions/comments/concerns regarding the dumpster, please email Danny Kim, the PVPOA President, at dannykim@icloud.com.

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History of Pine Valley Subdivision

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by Judy Mandeville, Historian

Pine Valley is a unique subdivision surrounded by National Forest.  It is one mile from the nearest residential area.  The valley was homesteaded by Jack Speed.  There were several western movies filmed in the area.  Harold Friend purchased the valley in the late 60’s.  Jacks Canyon Road was an old forest road at the time and it was redone with many of the curves taken out of it.  You can still see some signs of the old road along the creek.  It was put in during a very wet year when they had 13 inches of rain in two months.  It was a gravel road and in some spots it became very deep due to trucks getting stuck and having to dump their loads to be pulled out. Read More >

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