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Welcome to Prescott Country Club A Residential Community in Dewey, AZ 1133 Old Chisholm Trail, Dewey, AZ 86327 928-772-6118
The Prescott Country Club website has been developed to serve as an informative resource for both our neighborhood and our surrounding community. Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.
Thank you everyone who has been contributing to the Yavapai County Food Bank. Please continue with your generosity by stopping by the office with your contribution. It will be greatly appreciated.
PCC Property Owners Association 1133 Old Chisholm Trail, Dewey, AZ
The Prescott Golf & Country Club has established an e-mail address to accept members comments, questions, concerns, etc. regarding the rezoning of a portion of the golf course. Inquiries can be sent to: email@example.com
The PG&CC has forwarded to the office all of the studies and renderings of what future condos will look like. If you would like to have a copy of this, please email me your request to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will forward you the studies.
MEMO FROM THE OFFICE
Bobcat Update: I spoke with Cowboy Critters on Monday, August 15. They were going to relocate the traps and keep them up for one more week until August 21. The office cannot send out any more mass emails. We were shut down by Cable One on Tuesday the 9th for exceeding the email quota and again shut down Thursday, the 11th by their system. The tech at Cable One told me they had over 100 email addresses mark the POA email as spam. That doesn’t mean each person marked our email address as spam, but can also mean their email provider didn’t recognize the POA and kicked the email into spam. The office cannot afford to be shut down by Cable One as this is the way we receive escrow disclosure requests and communication from Yavapai County and communication from the members.
Skateboarders: I was able to speak with the two young men who skateboard on Manzanita and Old Chisholm. I explained the members concern they may get hit by a car. They said they were not looking to cause any problems and they would skateboard elsewhere. Both young men were very polite and one mentioned he was in the service.
Streets: Please remember the streets belong to Yavapai County and are open to anyone. We cannot stop solicitors. Property owners can post “No Soliciting” signs on their property to try to keep unwanted people from knocking on their door. However, this doesn’t always work.
Leash Law: Dogs need to be on a leash at all times and please pick up after your dog. It is not neighborly to leave dog droppings in front of someone’s home.
Weeds, Trash, Debris, Miscellaneous Items: The monsoons are at an end. Please look out your front and back window. If you see weeds on your property 12 inches or taller, cut them down. The office sends out between 200 and 250 weed letters per season. Anyone needing a copy of the CC&R’s to give to prospective tenants, you can get them from the POA website which is pccpoa.com under the documents section. Do not accumulate “stuff” on your property. Please put all items in an area that is not seen by the public. Remove dead tree branches and other debris from the property. If you feel there is too much to do to clean up your property, call me and I can give you a few referrals to help you. Let’s think of September as a major cleanup time, and you never know what you may find that you will be able to sell at the October 1 garage sale.
PCC NEWSLETTER: The Property Owner’s Association, the PCC Newsletter, and the Prescott Golf & Country Club are three different entities. The POA office and Board of Directors do not have any control over what is published in the newsletter. If you have concerns about any article in the newsletter, please contact the owner, Jan Dowling, at 928-772-0849 with your concerns.
POA WEBSITE: Since I won’t be able to do any more mass emails, please visit the POA website for notices and updates: www.pccpoa.com
I would like to thank everyone for helping keep our community safe and attractive.
The information and/or advertisements published on this website by any individual business is the sole responsibility of the respective business. The PCC POA does not accept or assume any responsibility for the performance of the products or services presented by the individual businesses.
Board of Directors' Note
SCHEDULE OF 2016 BOARD MEETINGS AND GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS ARE
UNDER THE DROP DOWN MENU "MEETINGS"
2016 Board of Directors
President, Robert heise - Term Expires 12/31/16 Vice President, Gracelyn Palmer - Term Expires 12/31/16 Secretary, Brian Biggs - Term Expires 12/31/16 Treasurer, Don McGlamery - Term Expires 12/31/16
Dave Paulin - Term Expires 12/31/16 Stephen Gonzalez - Term Expires 12/31/16
Mary Kloeppel - Term Expires 12/31/17
Richard Hughes - Term Expires 12/31/16
Robert Gray - Term Expires 12/31/17
NO BOARD OF DIRECTORS
MEETING ON TUESDAY AUGUST 16, 2016
BY-LAWS SECTION 7.3.1
“THE MONTHLY MEETING SHALL
NOT BE HELD IF THERE IS NO NEW
OR UNFINISHED BUSINESS ON THE
The Fall Community Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, October 1. If you plan on participating, please call or stop at the office any time during September to sign up. Copies of maps and participating addresses will be given to all the potential bargain hunters beginning Thursday, September 29. The sale will be advertised in the Prescott Courier, Prescott Valley Tribune and Chino Valley Review. The sale will also be posted on Craigslist.
Please note correspondence received by the Board of Directors will be addressed at the next regular Board of Directors Meeting. The Board does not recognize anonymous letters.
Please check back in each month to see what new happenings and events are going on