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Recreational Fire Permits Are Required
Permits from Red, White and Blue Fire Department are required for fires in residential fire pits and wood burning cooking devices.
Click on this link to apply for a permit. This is the platform to create your individual profile and then apply for a permit. Once you have applied RWB Fire will perform an inspection prior to approval. The process usually takes several days and will occur Mondays thru Fridays. Once approved, the permit is valid for two years. Currently, there is no cost associated with these permits.Click here for more information about the permits and requirements.
Click here for the current local fire restrictions.
Please Clean Up After Your Pets
Please keep our mountain environment clean and always pick up after your dogs.
Most of our residents are very good about doing this anyway, but there are a few that never pick up after their dogs.
Also, please don’t leave your poop bag on the side of the road. Dispose of it properly.
Do not let your pets run off leash to poop on your neighbor’s property. Not only is that being an inconsiderate pet owner, but it may be a violation of Summit County’s leash laws. The County requires all off-leash pets to be under control and within 10 feet of a person competent to control and restrain the pet. Click here for more information.
Thank you for you cooperation.
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Summit County Short Term Rental Regulations
Posted on Dec 21st, 2018
Summit County has adopted regulations for short-term rentals on unincorporated land, which include Silver Shekel. Click here to see the current status of the process.
Posted on Apr 14th, 2018
Our neighborhood was designed and subdivided during the 1960s in then-rural Summit County. Two access locations to State Highway 9 were included in the original design and remain in use today. These include the recently reconfigured Fairview Boulevard Roundabout (main entrance) located at the northwest corner of the subdivision and the Fairview Boulevard spur road (secondary entrance) located at the southwestern corner. The secondary entrance, or “Summer Road”, is designated as “seasonal use” due to minimal winter maintenance, though some winters it remains open throughout the season.Read More >>
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