Pine Mountain Lake

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Discover Pine Mountain Lake. Many of our facilities including our 18 hole Championship Golf Course, Restaurant & Lounge, Stables and Campground are open to the public. We are a unique private community close to Yosemite National Park, nestled into the natural landscape of the pines, oaks and mountains of Tuolumne County, Groveland, CA. Pine Mountain's lake consists of 202 surface acres with 6 miles of it being shoreline. Lakefront homeowners may have their own access to floating docks, beaches and sea walls. Other homeowners can enjoy the lake from one of three swimming beaches, picnicking and fishing areas. They are the Main Marina, Dunn Court Beach, the Lake Lodge and from Fisherman’s Cove (fishing only). A water taxi shuttle operates between the four locations during the summer. The Marina store is located conveniently at the Marina. Aside from taking care of boat registrations, launching, and docking, owners and guests can enjoy various types of boat rentals. The Marina Lakeside Café is open daily from May through September. Pine Mountain Lake also offers a premier championship Gold Country Golf Course. It is available for public play and tournaments. After a long day on the greens, everyone can enjoy The Grill Restaurant and 19th Hole Lounge since they are open to the public. Other activities include tennis courts, a heated swimming pool, a full service Equestrian Center that offers trail rides, special excursions, play days, and children’s horse camps, along with total care stalls, corrals, and paddock rentals for your horse. The Equestrian Center is open to the public. Campground sites are available for property owners, guests and the general public. There are also many hiking and walking trails. The airport at Pine Mountain Lake is owned and operated by Tuolumne County. On-site facilities include fuel and parking. While Pine Mountain Lake is home to many full-time and part-time residents, vacation rentals are available to the public through local property management offices.

Operating as usual

PML Member COVID Safety Update POSTED: November 16, 2020The Governor announced today that 41 counties in California, inc...
11/17/2020
Pine Mountain Lake

PML Member COVID Safety Update

POSTED: November 16, 2020

The Governor announced today that 41 counties in California, including Tuolumne County have been moved into the Purple Tier, under their COVID-19 "Blueprint". PMLA is making some adjustments to comply with the State and County restrictions.

The office lobby at the PML Administration Office, is temporarily closed until further notice. Members can continue to make assessment payments by mail, online at www.pinemountainlake.com, or at the Administration Office door mail slot or Main Gate, member lane drop box.

While the office doors will remain closed, limited essential staffing will remain at Administration, and will be available by telephone and email during normal business hours to continue to provide essential services to our members and guests. We are here to serve our members, just a little more remotely.

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From Tuolumne County Public Health
11/17/2020

From Tuolumne County Public Health

Tuolumne County has moved to the PURPLE TIER.

This graphic shares what changes you can expect to see in the Purple Tier, but if you have more questions check out the following resources.
For local COVID-19 Information: www.tuolumnecounty.ca.gov/250/Public-Health
For an overview of sectors in Purple enter "Tuolumne" into the search bar: covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy/#county-status
For the California Department of Public Health Dimmer Framework: www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/CDPH%20Document%20Library/COVID-19/Dimmer-Framework-September_2020.pdf

Regarding schools, those that were open before moving into the Purple Tier can remain open according to their school safety plans. If they close while in Purple, they must remain closed until we move back into Red.

Continue to wash your hands, wear your mask, and practice social distancing. Stay at home expect for essential needs to help stop the spread.

If you have questions, our team is here to help. We are experiencing a high level of calls and emails, but will get back to you as quickly as we can.
☎️209-533-7440
Email: [email protected]

PML MEMBER COVID-19 NOTICE - Tuolumne County moves to the Purple TierPOSTED: November 16, 2020 The Governor announced to...
11/16/2020
Pine Mountain Lake

PML MEMBER COVID-19 NOTICE - Tuolumne County moves to the Purple Tier

POSTED: November 16, 2020

The Governor announced today that 41 counties in California, including Tuolumne County have been moved into the Purple Tier, under their COVID-19 "Blueprint". PMLA will soon be making some adjustments to comply with the State and County restrictions.

It appears that most of our departments and amenities will not be forced to change their current operational restrictions. That said, some key operations like the Grill and Administration Office will need to make some adjustments that may impact member access and service. We will continue to work to mitigate the impact to member service as much as possible.

We will provide more information as to the status of our operations as soon as the County Public Health Department issues their daily COVID update.

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Tuolumne County Public Health
11/16/2020

Tuolumne County Public Health

*COVID-19 DAILY STATUS REPORT**
11-15-20
View the interactive data dashboard here:
➡️ https://bit.ly/3iI70iq
Note: Updates will be provided Mon-Fri unless emergent events indicate the need to provide an update on the weekend.
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Tuolumne County Data (as of 11-15-20)*:
▪️Total Tested: 14,688
▪️Total Positive: 562 (547 community, 15 SCC inmates )
▪️In Isolation: 216 ▪️Hospitalized: 6 ▪️Recovered: 323 ▪️Total Deaths: 8
*Tuolumne County testing numbers include data reported through the state infectious disease reporting system. All positive cases of Tuolumne County residents must be reported to Public Health.
➡️INFORMACIÓN EN ESPAÑOL:
covid19.ca.gov/es/
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🔷LATEST UPDATES
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▪️Cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in Tuolumne County at an explosive rate, with Public Health receiving reports of 95 cases so far over the weekend; 45 on Saturday and 50 on Sunday. It is evident that we are experiencing community transmission and advise the public to stay home except for essential needs. In addition, it is vital for individuals who are having symptoms to stay home and avoid going to work or school.

Most individuals are experiencing varying levels of symptoms and the weekend cases include at least 3 individuals who are hospitalized. A rise in cases is being seen throughout the state and the impact on the healthcare system is also becoming evident. Of concern is that hospitalizations lag about a week behind the episode date, and deaths about two weeks behind, so we can expect those impacts to increase in the coming weeks.

Cases over the weekend include:
▫️Under 20: 3 females, 2 males
▫️20s: 10 females, 6 males
▫️30s: 7 females, 12 males
▫️40s: 9 females, 9 males
▫️50s: 10 females, 4 males
▫️60s: 9 females, 6 males
▫️70s: 3 females, 3 males
▫️80s: 1 females, 0 males
▫️90s: 0 females, 0 males

21 individuals were released from isolation today.

Due to the current situation, Public Health is shifting to a mitigation response and adjusting its contact tracing process. If you are notified that you are a close contact, either by Public Health, school staff, or the individual with whom you had contact, quarantine at home for 14 days from the last date of exposure and schedule a test for 5 days after exposure. Quarantine and isolation instructions are attached and can be viewed here: https://www.tuolumnecounty.ca.gov/DocumentCenter/View/15376/What-To-Do-When-In-Quarantine-or-Isolation

▪️ As reported yesterday, the State has communicated with local health departments on a more accelerated mitigation plan, or ‘emergency brake’. This will include a more rapid movement into more restrictive tiers of the Blueprint framework. Based on the number of cases we have seen in the past 2 weeks, the public should expect Tuolumne County to move into the Red, or possibly into the Purple Tier as soon as this week (tier placements are being announced tomorrow, Monday). More specifics on that timeline and other potential mitigation measures will be shared as we get more information from the State. Blueprint Framework info can be found here: https://covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy/#county-status

▪️ Appointments for COVID-19 tests are available between 7 AM and 7 PM Tuesday through Saturday at the state testing site at the Motherlode Fairgrounds. Make your appointment at www.lhi.care/covidtesting or by calling (888) 634-1123. People are encouraged to take advantage of this resource and get tested right away if they have symptoms of COVID-19, five days after travel or having had close contact with others outside of their household, and test routinely if they work in high risk settings such as healthcare, corrections or congregate care facilities or if they have frequent interactions with the public through work or other community engagement.

▪️ If you are having COVID-like symptoms, self-isolate and contact your healthcare provider or the Adventist Health Triage Line at 209-536-5166 Mon-Fri, or 209-536-5000 after hours. If you need immediate medical attention, please call ahead and go to Rapid Care or the Emergency Department. You can also visit www.valleycovidhelp.com for more information.
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🔷SAFETY INFORMATION
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It is very important for the public to remain vigilant about following recommended safety measures and business/activity guidelines in order to keep themselves and those around them safe and healthy, as well as help Tuolumne County avoid moving backward in the State Blueprint tiered system. Those measures include:
😷Wearing a Face Covering appropriately; Cover your mouth and nose any time you are in public or around those who aren’t in your household bubble.
🧼Washing Your Hands; Wash for at least 20 seconds with soap and water or wash thoroughly with hand sanitizer if soap and water aren’t available.
↔️Physical Distancing; Maintain at least 6 feet between you and others who aren’t part of your household bubble.
🚫Avoid Gatherings; The more people you meet with, the higher your risk of getting infected or of you infecting someone else.
If each of us can wear a mask, and follow the other measures mentioned above, we can all help keep our community healthy, keep our businesses open and our economy moving forward.
🤒If you are having COVID-like symptoms, self-isolate and contact your healthcare provider or the Adventist Health Triage Line at 209-536-5166 Mon-Fri, or 209-536-5000 after hours. If you need immediate medical attention, please call ahead and go to Rapid Care or the Emergency Department. You can also visit www.valleycovidhelp.com for more information.
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🔷LINKS TO MORE INFO & RESOURCES
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➡️Community Resources Portal: https://bit.ly/TCcovidPortal
➡️Tuolumne County Public Health Website: www.tuolumnecounty.ca.gov/publichealth
➡️Public Health COVID-19 Call Center: (209) 533-7440
➡️California COVID-19 website: www.covid19.ca.gov
➡️State Testing Site info and Appointments: https://lhi.care/covidtesting
➡️Tuolumne County Business: www.tcdisasterassistance.com
➡️CDC COVID-19 website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Thank you all for your efforts to help protect the safety and health of our community!

Groveland, California
11/14/2020

Groveland, California

LATEST UPDATES FROM TUOLUMNE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH

There are a total of 24 new cases to report today. They include two males under 20 and one female under 20, two men and one woman in their 20’s, two women and three men in their 30’s, one woman and three men in their 40’s, three women in their 50’s, two women in their 60’s, one man and one woman in their 70’s and two men in their 80’s. Of those, two individuals are hospitalized. Fourteen individuals previously isolated at home and one hospitalized individual were released from isolation today.

As a reminder, anyone experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 should stay at home and avoid exposing others while awaiting testing and/or test results. Make an appointment to get tested as soon as possible and notify your physician’s office if experiencing anything other than mild symptoms. Visit www.valleycovidhelp.com for more information.
The California Department of Public Health has released a new travel advisory for travel in and out of California. Persons arriving from outside the state on non-essential travel should quarantine for 14 days after arrival and should limit their interactions to their immediate households. All Californians are encouraged to limit non-essential travel outside the state to reduce the risk of virus transmission and bringing the virus home. See the full advisory here: www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/CID/DCDC/pages/COVID-19/Travel-Advisory.aspx

Because much of the state is experiencing a surge in COID-19 cases, new guidelines have been released by CDPH for safe holiday gatherings. New CDPH guidelines can be found here: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Guidance-for-the-Prevention-of-COVID-19-Transmission-for-Gatherings-November-2020.aspx Please take these recommendations into account when making holiday plans.

The new state testing site is seeing large numbers of people seeking testing. Pre-registration is now required and walk-ins can no longer be accommodated. Turnaround times for results have reportedly been longer than expected, sometimes over a week. As previously reported, a delay was expected as the State sites transitioned to a new lab. Increased demand for testing is also a cause of delay as labs struggle to meet demand. We are working with the State testing task force and will provide updates on expected improvement in testing turnaround times as we learn more. Other testing options may be available to people through their physician offices. Some people have reported success using the drive-thru testing service in Oakdale.

Appointments for COVID-19 tests are available between 7 AM and 7 PM Tuesday through Saturday at the state testing site at the Motherlode Fairgrounds. The test site will be open on regular hours on Veteran’s Day, Wednesday, November 11. Make your appointment at www.lhi.care/covidtesting or by calling (888) 634-1123. People are encouraged to take advantage of this resource and get tested right away if they have symptoms of COVID-19, five days after travel or having had close contact with others outside of their household, and test routinely if they work in high risk settings such as healthcare, corrections or congregate care facilities or if they have frequent interactions with the public through work or other community engagement.
It is important that people continue to follow prevention guidelines to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, including:

Practice physical distancing at all times. Keep 6 feet space between yourself and others who are not part of your household. Stay in your household bubble!

Wear a face covering in public.

Wash your hands thoroughly and frequently.

Avoid gatherings of any size with people who are not part of your household.

Stay home if you are sick.

Avoid unnecessary travel, and limit your outings to essential tasks.

Groveland, California
11/13/2020

Groveland, California

LATEST UPDATES FROM TUOLUMNE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH

Public Health received report of a very large number of cases today. A total of 55 cases are being reported and currently being investigated by the Public Health team. The cases include one male and seven females under the age of 20, three males and ten females in their 20s, five males and six females in their 30s, three males and three females in their 40s, five males and three females in their 50s, three males and four females in their 60s, and zero males and two females in their 70s. As of this report, all new cases appear to be isolating and none are hospitalized.

Cases in the past two days include a combination of those who were previously identified contacts, individuals who are part of known clusters, including household clusters, and those for whom we cannot identify the source of infection and are unknown to current investigations. This suggests an uptick in community transmission. We would like to remind the public of the importance of following COVID safety precautions to help slow the spread of the virus. Wear a mask. Wash your hands. Avoid close contact. Stay home if you aren’t feeling well. We can each do our part to reduce illness, and help keep our schools and businesses open.

With Thanksgiving coming up in two weeks, many people may be wondering how they can plan for a safe holiday season. It’s important to remember that even small household gatherings are an important contributor to the rise in COVID-19 cases. If families have not done so already, they are encouraged to take steps to limit contact with those outside of their household bubble, limit travel to reduce exposure to the virus, and have a safe holiday. The CDC has released guidelines here https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/holidays/thanksgiving.html

The new State testing site is seeing a large turnout, so while some walk-ins may be accepted, pre-registration is strongly encouraged to ensure that you can get tested when you arrive. The turnaround time for results has reportedly been longer than expected, sometimes over a week. As we had indicated earlier, a delay was expected as the State sites transitioned to a new lab and there is also likely an impact to the labs due to increased demand for testing. We are working with the State testing task force and will provide updates on expected improvement in testing turnaround times as we learn more.

Appointments for COVID-19 tests are available between 7 AM and 7 PM Tuesday through Saturday at the state testing site at the Motherlode Fairgrounds. The test site will be open on regular hours on Veteran’s Day, Wednesday, November 11. Make your appointment at www.lhi.care/covidtesting or by calling (888) 634-1123. People are encouraged to take advantage of this resource and get tested right away if they have symptoms of COVID-19, five days after travel or having had close contact with others outside of their household, and test routinely if they work in high risk settings such as healthcare, corrections or congregate care facilities or if they have frequent interactions with the public through work or other community engagement.

The State released their Blueprint update yesterday based on activity from the week of October 25-October 31. As expected, the metrics from that week, based on Episode Date, exceeded the number of cases allowed to remain in the Orange Tier. The State of California specifies that a move to a more restrictive tier takes place when a county exceeds the number of new cases and/or test positivity rate for two consecutive weeks. If the number of cases reported during the week of November 1-November 7 also exceed 21 cases (which we expect), that will meet the two week criteria and we can expect our county to move to the Red Tier level next week on Tuesday, November 17.

Once a county moves into a more restrictive tier, businesses have three days to make the modifications to their business practices to remain in compliance. That implementation date would be Friday, November 20. Public Health is working with the Tuolumne County Innovation and Business Assistance Department to provide technical assistance to businesses which may be affected by the tier change. Each of us can do our part to slow the spread and keep our businesses and schools open by following the prevention guidelines listed below. Learn more about the Blueprint for a Safer Economy here: www.covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy/ In addition, attached is the Blueprint “Dimmer Framework” which provides an overview of what changes in the different tiers.

If you are having COVID-like symptoms, self-isolate and contact your healthcare provider or the Adventist Health Triage Line at 209-536-5166 Mon-Fri, or 209-536-5000 after hours. If you need immediate medical attention, please call ahead and go to Rapid Care or the Emergency Department. You can also visit www.valleycovidhelp.com for more information.
It is important that people continue to follow prevention guidelines to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, including:

Practice physical distancing at all times. Keep 6 feet space between yourself and others who are not part of your household. Stay in your household bubble!

Wear a face covering in public.

Wash your hands thoroughly and frequently.

Avoid gatherings of any size with people who are not part of your household.

Stay home if you are sick.

Avoid unnecessary travel, and limit your outings to essential tasks.

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Only one this morning...
Looking for a rental house in Groveland for a family of 4kids two adults and dog friendly 😊
Evening, could somebody tell me when the next board meeting is please?
We have about 6-8 10' logs that were cut on our property (without notification to us I might add). If anyone is interested in them and chopping them up for firewood, they are yours--free of charge)! Also an industrious soul might want to cut them up and sell them. Please return a post asap, as there is a timeline on disposing them.
Black dog on Breckenridge appears to be lost. Collar no tags
Now that the weather is cooling many of us are looking to our wood stoves and fireplaces. Before going there ask yourself; 1. When is the last time the flu was cleaned? Clean it EVERY year. 2. Just as important, when was the last time you had the fire bricks in your stove changed? A lot of the older stoves have asbestos bricks 🧱 that definitely don’t meet today’s standards. After years of use (asbestos or not) the bricks break, crumble and need to be replaced. Without good fresh bricks in your stove your wood stove can and will buckle and a fire is pending. I recently had the bricks changed out and was breath-taken at the poor condition of the bricks. Beware people! 3. We’re still in the midst of fire season. DO NOT light fires until after the rains. You people are mountain people, you know the consequences!
Another happy PML customer. Coast Junk has workers compensation and liability insurance for your protection. This customer lives out of town so we blew off their driveway before we left. We wanted to make sure they had a nice clean driveway when they came to town. Feel.free to call or message us at 209 770 7448. Have a great day
Which one ???😊
Looking for recommendations on Realestate agents in Groveland.
I’d like to hear what PML is doing about the reported gun shots at night. Seems to be in golf course area. Hunter poacher or other... Regardless, if someone is discharging a weapon in a residential neighborhood it is very much against the law, and needs to be taken very seriously. This should not be taken lightly, we have a lot of people who walk their pets after dark when daylight is short. Poacher or not, local good old boy or not, pursue, arrest, prosecute, send the message this is completely unacceptable. Someone will know who this is, let’s put out a public notice of a reward leading to arrest and conviction. People will talk for money, start a fund, our residents will donate and PML should match funds.
Is there anyone still in the PML area that handles bees?