Yosemite West Property &
|In the News|
| Community Chipping Day 6/1/2022 |
YWPHI sponsors annual free pile-chipping to every YW owner. See flyer. Signup required in advance by 5/20/2022 to firstname.lastname@example.org
| Grant funds for tree removal |
Owners can apply to a Forest Health Grant to remove dead and downed trees from Yosemite West properties. The goal is to improve fire resilience throughout our community. The Application and Entry_Permission forms must both be filled out and sent to MCRCD (address on forms) for property owners to participate.
| Annual members' meeting 9/5/2021 |
YWPHI held its annual members' meeting on Sunday 9/5/2021 in-person. Minutes posted.
| Annual membership dues 9/1/2021 |
YWPHI dues of $50 for the next membership year starting 9/1/2021 per house/condo/lot owner are now due, and all new payments received will credit toward this coming year. Dues may be paid either by PayPal or by mailing a Membership paper form and check. See the Welcome letter.
| Fire Update |
A Fire Update newletter lists progress on several items to improve safety and defensible space. YW has applied to become a FireWise certified community.
| YW District Advisory Committee Meeting on 12/10/2020 |
The Yosemite West District Advisory Committee met to review utility rate-increase proposals, including possibilities of raising standby or connection fees.
| Land and water news updates |
News from recent land changes since 2016 are summarized, along with potential impacts to the Yosemite West Maintenance District and water capacity.
| YW District Advisory Committee Meeting on 7/9/2020 |
The Yosemite West District Advisory Committee met to review a civil engineering report proposing selling water to Nature Bridge's campus. Notes posted.
| YW District Advisory Committee Meeting on 6/11/2020 |
The Yosemite West District Advisory Committee quarterly semi-government meeting discussed water district and sewer leach-field expansion proposals, along with other items, with Mariposa Supervisors and Public Works staff. Agenda and notes posted.
| Zone-of-Benefit invalidated |
Mariposa Superior Court has judged the process converting the Yosemite West Maintenance District to a Zone-of-Benefit was invalid because of problems in the counting of the protests in Feb 2018. So, the Water+Sewer rate increases that started 3/1/2018 are invalid, and will be rescinded starting 7/1/2020. It will take time for the refund plan to be finalized. See the analysis of cumulative funds collected under the ZoB.
| YNP vehicle stickers for 2020-2024 |
Yosemite National Park gate-pass vehicle stickers are available to Yosemite West property owners by application instructions.
| YW District Advisory Committee Meeting on 12/12/2019 |
The Yosemite West District Advisory Committee quarterly semi-government meeting discussed water proposals, fire-station development, and utility fee accounting. Agenda, YWPHI Notes, and minutes published.
| YW District Advisory Committee Meeting on 9/12/2019 |
The Yosemite West District Advisory Committee quarterly semi-government meeting discussed trash collection, water proposals, utility fee retention, and wastewater leach field land acquisition. Summary notes published.
|YWPHI help page has link to sign up for Nixle for notification of fire warnings and road closures.|
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Welcome to Yosemite West Property & Homeowners, Inc. (YWPHI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and protecting the best interests of property and homeowners in Yosemite West. Yosemite West, a subdivision created in 1967, consists of privately-owned property on Henness Ridge outside of and adjacent to Yosemite National Park's western boundary and other private land. YWPHI works to:
Governed by the YWPHI Bylaws, YWPHI's Board of Directors oversees various YWPHI Committees that engage in community projects and fire safety activities. The minutes from YWPHI Board of Director's meetings and YWPHI annual meetings are available to read once approved.
Please visit the Membership page to download a YWPHI Membership Form and read how membership dues support our community work.
YWPHI also reports on the activities of the Yosemite West Maintenance District Advisory Committee (YWMDAC). The committee acts as a liaison between Yosemite West property owners and the Mariposa Supervisors, Planning Commission and Public Works Department and makes recommendations to Mariposa County. YWPHI provides information about the committees as a service to the community.
Let us know if you want to volunteer your time, expertise, or ideas to improve your community - we can always use your help!
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