Coming up this Saturday--

FAIRVIEW LAKES ANNUAL SUMMER PICNIC
SATURDAY, JULY 15, 2017 12:00 NOON

Members and their families are invited. Please bring a salad, fruit or a dessert. The main dish will be provided.

Please come early at 9:00 am and help us with various service projects to spruce up our property and to set up the canopies, tables and chairs.

The picnic is held at the host cabin right by the entrance gate at Fairview Lakes.


 Dates for the Chipper

Wednesday, July 26th Tuesday, September 5th (tentative)

The chipper crew will be onsite on these dates and possibly the day after. (Both of the chippers are being repaired, so the dates are pushed back a bit from previous years.)

This service is a huge benefit to our association and members. Cleaning up deadfall and bringing wood and branches to the edge of the roads for chipping reduces our fire danger significantly. Please note the following:

• Please have your lots cleared of combustible debris and stack your cut logs and brush close to the road.

• Log should be of a manageable size.

• Brush is OK.

• No building materials or tree stumps.

• Please leave a sign for the chipper crew if you want the chips in your driveway.

• Please contact Robyn Hall if you want to be on the chipper list.

Please do not take chips from other’s property, unless you have the member’s permission. Some members have had chips they wanted to use taken from their lot.

Thank you for another great year. Watch our 2016 video. 

 

Unauthorized Access Trails

Since the 24th of July, there have been two access trails cut from Lots 68 & 69 out to the main

road. This included cutting down some small trees. A Fairview Lakes director placed large rocks

on those trails, but these large rocks will not solve the problem.

Please note that there is only one entrance onto our association property and cutting access trails

is in violation of the covenants of the association. By opening up this entrance, all property

owners' security is in jeopardy, since the access trails are wide enough to allow anyone access to

association property without going through our security gate.

We ask for your help in protecting our association property

 

  Safety
Please take the time to review our safety rules on our website.  These rules have been adopted to keep us as safe as possible while enjoying our beautiful mountain property.  Remember that it is your responsibility as a member to inform your family members and guests of the Association’s rules.

 

Important Warning: On Friday, July 15th, a black bear was sighted on Logger's Lane and also on Canyon Crest. We have reported this information to the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR). We have asked DWR to provide signs that we will post at Fairview lakes. Please remember that Fairview Lakes is in bear country and we all need to be "bear aware." Of particular importance is making sure that food and garbage are not left out, especially at night. For more information, please go to the DWR website: http://wildlife.utah.gov/learn-more/bear-safety.html

 

 

 

~ SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT ~ 

PLEASE REMEMBER TO INFORM YOUR FAMILY AND GUESTS OF THE ESTABLISHED SAFETY RULES. 

YOU, THE MEMBER, ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR GUESTS.  PLEASE TAKE TIME TO REVIEW, SHARE, PRINT AND POST THE FOLLOWING SAFETY RULES, SO THAT EVERYONE IS INFORMED. 

 

As you know, the posted Speed Limit is 15 MPH or less (5 MPH near the gate) throughout the Association property for ALL Vehicles. 

Slo-Mo is the way to go!

FLAGS are required on OHVs.

UDOT approved HELMETS are required for all children 17 and under while driving or riding on an OHV.  The only exception to this rule is if the child is seat-belted inside a side-by-side OHV.  

See 'Rules' link above and at right for further information.

    
REMEMBER YOUR KEY CARD
and/or PIN! 

SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT IS IN PLACE AND CAMERAS ARE OPERATING.  IF YOU OBSERVE ANY SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY, PLEASE REPORT THE MATTER TO AN OFFICER OR BOARD MEMBER.  THANK YOU! 

 

      ~CELL PHONE INFORMATION~
If you are interested in trying to get cell phone reception within Fairview Lakes Association property, you may want to take a look at the flyer featured at our annual picnic.  We cannot guarantee that these components will work for you and they are forever being upgraded for better capabilities, so if you contact a provider, the booster you see in this photo may be a little out of date with what is available now.  The general consensus is that the correct antenna is the key to whether the system will work for you, or not.  Good luck!  Check the flyer link below:

PRIVATE PROPERTY 

SURROUNDS FAIRVIEW LAKES ASSOCIATION  

Members, please be respectful of the private property that surrounds us.  

Not only do we have the Water User's Association property to the south of us (which includes the two Fairview Lakes), the Mower property to the west, the Colwill property to the east and U.S. Forest Service lands as well as BLM property in various areas, we also have the Collard private land that surrounds a good chunk of Fairview Lakes Association property. Fairview Lakes is open to the public for seasonal fishing, boating and swimming.  

Cell Phone Components and Information.pdf Cell Phone Components and Information.pdf
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The US Department of the Interior has released the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Narrows Project.  Please click the link below to see the proposed new road from the summit to Benches Pond:

NarrowsProjectFEIS proposed road.pdf NarrowsProjectFEIS proposed road.pdf
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