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Pools and Lodge Reopening

SSOA Pools are now open.

  • 9:00am to 11:00am Adults only
  • 11:00am to 8:00pm Everyone
Please follow the posted health safety guidelines. Have a great fun-filled summer!


We are looking for people to be our pool monitors and opening /closing ‘key’ people for the lodge. Monitors are paid $13/hr part time. Key people will be paid $10 for each opening or closing task. (This only takes a few minutes and is a great way to make a little extra cash)


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Defensible Space Self Evaluations for 2021


This is an El Dorado County requirement and applies to all Sierra Springs property owners. The evaluation is due by June 1, 2021.
Refer to this page for more information.


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TREE ROUNDS AVAILABLE
All SSOA Owners/Residents - We recently had several trees cut down around the Lodge - so we have an abundance of tree rounds available FREE - first come, first serve - limit 1 cord per family. You MUST first turn in signed:

Firewood Collection Permit AND Liability Release Form

Both sections of the form must be completed and approved prior to any wood removal!

Please fill out the forms and send to the office (email is best: info@sierraspringsowners.org)
Please be safe loading up - no splitting or chainsaws on SSOA property - please take it home!
Thank you in advance for your cooperation!
NOTE: Any persons removing wood without prior approval will be subject to penalties.


Stay Informed


Radio use in emergencies:

Refer to the Fire Safety page for important information about this topic.
Click here for access to other information about Radio Communications in Emergencies.


Road Maintenance:

Tree trimming and weed removal is provided along Association maintained roads throughout the year. During the winter months the immediate removal of snow is performed, as is the sanding of roads to prevent skidding during icy periods.

PG&E Trees

If you have had dead trees cut down by PG&E because of possible danger to power lines but are still waiting for them to be removed, please contact PG&E at 1-800-743-5000 OR you can submit your request for removal on their website. here’s the link to their website

More Information


Dues / Collections address
Sacramento Management Company
P.O. Box 214707 Sacramento, CA 95821-0707
Accounting Department contacts:
Dee Ann Freeman
Email: deeann@sacmgmt.net
Phone 916-974-0147
Fax 916-974-0174