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The Palomar Mountain Planning Organization
(PMPO) is a nonprofit, membership organization established in the early
1980's to help develop planning goals and proposals for the Palomar
Mountain Community. The organization provides guidelines for future
economic, social and physical development of the community
The next PMPO Board Meeting will be on Saturday September 3rd, 2016 at 10:00 AM followed by meetings on December 3rd, 2016 at 11am, and February 25th, 2017 at 10am. The next Annual General Meeting will be May 27th, 2017 at 10am (after the Annual Pancake breakfast)
P.O. Box 145
next PMPO Board Meeting will be held on September 3rd, 2016 at 10am at
the Fire Station
2015/2016 Annual General Meeting Update - 5/28/16
2016 / 2017 PMPO Board Officers
Glenn Borland - Chairperson
Michael Walsh - Vice Chairperson
George Evanglou - Treasurer
Michael Pique - Secretary
Board Member Election Results
Elected to terms expiring May 2019
Want to See the Palomar Mountain Planning Organization Community Calendar? Click Here
The Palomar Mountain Fire Safety Council is rebuilding...
The Palomar Mountain Fire Safety Council (PMFSC) is rebuilding and looking for people who are interested is serving on the board.
We are a 501(c) non-profit corporation and currently have two places to fill.
The purpose of the PMFSC is to:
→Identify areas of the mountain where lives, structures, and/or resources are at significant risk due to high fuel loads
→Write grants for funding to accomplish the work necessary to reduce the fuel load in those areas.
→Prioritize, manage and oversee fuel reduction/fire safety projects.
→Educate the mountain community about fire safe practices and opportunities
We work closely with fire agencies, the Resource Conservation District, BLM, California State Parks, and other Fire Safety Councils in the county.
If you are interested is serving on the PMFSC Board please contact Cecelia Borland
Gold Spotted Oak Borer Alert!
Please be on alert to protect the Mountain from the Gold Spotted Oak Borer.
Don't bring Oak Wood from other areas to the mountain
For more Information on the GSOB
GSOB Task Force Meeting, June 3 - 4, 2014 at Pala Resort and Casino has been cancelled
Palomar Mountain Network
See what is going on with the other "Groups" on Palomar Mountain
Community Center of Palomar Mountain (CCPM site is currently down)
Palomar Mountain Fire Department
Palomar Mountain Mutual Water Company
Palomar Mountain Observatory
Palomar Mountain State Park
San Diego County Fuel Reduction Program Hotline (866)986-9852
CHP Non-Emergency Dispatch (858)637-3800
Sheriff Non-Emergency Dispatch (760)749-1303